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A version of a Numix light mod - newer versions here: https://github.com/baurigae/moskva

This theme works only with Ubuntu 14.04 with Unity (Gnome 3.10)

That is the whole reason I tweaked it - to make it work with Unity.

If you run a different DE/WM, you will be okay using the original theme and won't need my mod anyway :)

wellingtonubuntu

4 years ago

what you think about to create a black version?

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dotNet

4 years ago

Well not really, the original theme is kinda dark enough ;)
Though pretty much broken under Unity..
Anyway I have a dark mod of another theme in my github right now, haven't posted it here. It's called Polar Night.

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mitep

4 years ago

Thanks for making it work with unity, and for that workaround related to overlay scrollbar. That was annoying and i didn't want to disable that, just because... :) Also, it goes really great with Faba icons.

I have two questions. For the love of god :) i can't figure out which font you used? I bet it's something obvious, reminds me on Droid or Liberation Sans but i think i'm wrong. I want to keep tabs on top in Firefox, can you point me which part of arcturus.css to edit. Thanks for your effort, it looks great and presentation on your github page is really cool.

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dotNet

4 years ago

Thanks :) yep, yep I'm afraid it's Liberation Sans.

As for the FF style, in line 130, change 2 to 1 in "-moz-box-ordinal-group: 2"
However then you may wish to also tweak tab borders, padding, colors, etc..

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mitep

4 years ago

You're welcome :) Oh, no, that's great, Liberations Sans are among my favorites.
They have a bit sentimental value for me haha, back from my Crunchbang days.
I just couldn't figure it out, i tried it, but at size 10. Hm, no, that's not it.
I thought that you maybe did some changes in font rendering or something.

Yes, you're right, demands tweaking. I'm gonna stick with the default. Style is ok,
but then those indicators on panel are close to firefox buttons, and my OCD is like
'o! hell no' haha. http://i.imgur.com/2xg4pQz.png

Anyway, theme really does give Ubuntu/Unity a bit of a refreshment. Thanks.

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dotNet

4 years ago

I also don't like all those icons grouped together, but I found for me it was more a lack of visual separation between them that bothered me. So what I do to alleviate my OCD troubles is I set panel transparency to 80-85, then there's a slight color contrast between it and maximized windows.

Also, you could increase the navbar top margin (in line 192) try 2 instead of -2 for instance, and just have more space. But my intention was to reduce the size of the whole addressbar/tabbar system and have more room for browser content, especially on these miserable 16:9 displays.

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mitep

4 years ago

Mhm, interesting ideas. I might try them sometimes soon, just for the sake of it :) I don't have need for reducing space, but i totally get what you were trying to accomplish.

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tad1073

4 years ago

Icon theme?

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dotNet

4 years ago

It's Numix uTouch app icons
https://github.com/numixproject/numix-icon-theme-utouch

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