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Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://github.com/solsticeman/Aquatix-Theme

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Description:

Aquatix is a flat GTK 3.2 theme with turquoise highlights.

Gnome shell is included.

Tested in Ubuntu 18.04, Mint 19.1.

Linux Mint Menu icon included with theme.

Matching flat Gnome icons with aqua-green folders available.
Last changelog:

Index File Typo v1.1 3 months ago

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WiseSalmon

2 months ago

Damn, it's awesome! Is there any chance that you can make this theme for GDM?

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solsticeman

1 month ago

What O.S. are you using, WiseSalmon?

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WiseSalmon

1 month ago

It's Ubuntu 18.10 with GNOME

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solsticeman

1 month ago

As you know, Ubuntu 18.10 uses Yaru as the default theme which is also used for GDM. The Login theme is just a global gnome-shell theme. I installed "Loginized" , a Gnome GDM Login Theme Manager, and tried to load the required gresource file which surprisingly, my Aquatix theme has. (most of my themes don't). The program didn't like my gresource file for some reason. Somehow, after hacking into the Yaru files, I was able to make it work one time...until I rebooted. The login screen looked great and I even took a screenshot. The login button didn't look so great, the text was the same glowing color as the button. I need to edit the gnome-shell file. However, you shouldn't have to do this. I restored my system back to it's original configuration and installed and tried tried the other login manager, LightDM since Ubuntu 18.10 uses both. To switch between GDM and LightDM enter this in your terminal:

sudo dpkg-reconfigure lightdm

The LighDM manager is highly customisable. If your theme has a gnome-shell theme, it can use of it. You can choose your BG images, placement of your login entry, and many other things. You can even import a profile pic. I couldn't take screenshots, however.

Another login manager you might want to try is SLiM. The project was abandoned six years ago, but it still seems to work fine.

I haven't created any login themes since Linux Mint 18 came out almost 2 years ago. They switched from the GDM to the LightDM manager and it just works, automatically using your theme colors.

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solsticeman

1 month ago

Sorry, it's not exactly what you requested, but grateful that you liked this theme, WiseSalmon .

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solsticeman

1 month ago

Sure. I'm willing to take a crack at it. Maybe...just maybe, I can have something done by Friday.

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david690

3 months ago

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solsticeman

3 months ago

Much appreciated!

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elbullazul

3 months ago

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solsticeman

3 months ago

Thanks!

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