Prof-XFCE-theme

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes xfce

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://github.com/paullinuxthemer/Prof-XFCE-theme

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Description:

Prof-XFCE-theme

Made by paulxfce


Call me old-fashioned, but I do not like all the dark themes out there. My focus is this:

A pleasing, clear and easy-on-the-eyes theme that is meant for those who use the Gnome/XFCE-desktop professionally on a daily basis.

The focus in this theme is usability and compatibility: GTK-2 applications and GTK-3 applications look virtually the same.

This is a XFCE-Edition of Prof-Gnome-theme.



IMPORTANT:

This theme is developed for the XFCE DE. It works on XFCE 3.14 combined with GTK3.22 to GTK3.29, and GTK3.32/34.

How to install:

Download the theme,

Just copy the extracted file to a '.themes'-folder you make in your home directory.

Then use Window-Managerl and select the theme.
Use Appearance and select the theme.

LOG OUT AND BACK IN for changes to take full effect !


Comments

Please comment if you see things broken, or want differently. I will post fixes as soon as possible.

Updates:
Last changelog:

Upload new version 22 days ago

Smaller radio-and checkbuttons, switch. And a solution for Gedit-search problem

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bealsc

21 days ago

10 Looks good and performance is speedy. No problems yet (Debian 10 stable with XFCE 4.14). Nice work.

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paulxfce

21 days ago

Thanks, performance should be good. Because gtk3 uses minimal graphics.

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dobriii

22 days ago

10 10 the best

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paulxfce

22 days ago

thanks

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armageddon51

1 month ago

Yes you kept your word. Port to xfce, excellent. Thanks

I was looking at your others themes and a lot are for gnome only. They look very professional. It will be awesome if some of those could be port to XFCE, like Arongin, Telinkrin and my preferred one, Orangini. I notice that you have a preference for grey but it will be fun to explore others colours. It is really an art to pick a pleasing matching colours set. Btw, I don't like either all those dark themes which are moving to full black. Who use that ?

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paulxfce

1 month ago

The thing is: you can not achieve the same level of theming with XFCE. Nautilus is allot easier to change than Thunar. XFCE-applications are more difficult to modify in CSS than Gnome-applications.
Things are changing however, as XFCE moved to GTK3. But most distributions stick to old fashioned applications. Still using GTK2 or QT, it is horrendously difficult to unify the look.
Themingwise my focus (lately) is to mimimize the graphics: this theme's GTK3- buttons, for example, are almost entirely written in CSS. Buttons, titlebuttons, sliders switches,... are pure CSS. This is meant to increase the snappiness of the theme. Next, this theme also uses REM (instead of pixels) at key-places , so it is better at changing, when you choose to increase the scaling.

Colourful themes ? Perhaps. I do prefer an easy-to-eyes-colorpallet.

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armageddon51

1 month ago

Ok Paul, your call. I understand that it is not an easy task.
I think the most popular distros which have an Xfce DE have move to GTK3. (Manjaro, Mint, Ubuntu ?). I use Manjaro Xfce with Nemo (Thunar is pretty doll). I note the colourful themes that you create on pling. I am pretty bored with all those grey MAC alike themes. That's why I was asking for different colours. Not to critic the others developers by so far, there is a lot of uninspiring themes.

Thanks !

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redix

1 month ago

10 10 the best

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paulxfce

1 month ago

thank you

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fblais

1 month ago

10 10 the best

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paulxfce

1 month ago

Appriciate it , thanks

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Upload new version 22 days ago

Smaller radio-and checkbuttons, switch. And a solution for Gedit-search problem

Update to correct error not showing the focused button in dialogs 1 month ago

Update to correct error not showing the focused button in dialogs

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product-maker bealsc Nov 16 2019 10 the best
Looks good and performance is speedy. No problems yet (Debian 10 stable with XFCE 4.14). Nice work.
product-maker dobriii Nov 16 2019 10 the best
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