Default Gnome Shell's Adwaita theme since Gnome 3.2 has 2 variants: light and dark, and Totem and Eog use dark variant. Can I add some apps like Gimp or Blender to use dark variant?
I have set the dark variation of Adwaita to be used for all apps via gnome tweak tool and it looks great.
Unfortunately, there is one app that doesn't follow the theme and stands out like a sore thumb: Google Chrome.
Any way to get Chrome to use the theme or anyone know of any Chrome themes to match it?
I just checked Gnome-look today and found Moonrise, a new dark theme that just got uploaded in June. Moonrise has a dark blueish color theme that empathizes contrast and visibility. It supports both gtk3, gtk 2 and gnome shell.
If you are boring with your current Gnome Theme, you should try this nice dark theme for Gnome. Its called Dark-Linux 0.6 theme. This theme is applied to any Linux distro as long as Gnome is used as default desktop manager. Want to try this Dark-Linux 0.6 on your Linux?
I had the same issue, but I solved it in the following way:I have backed up the file gtk.css in /usr/share/themes/Adwaita/gtk-3.0 into gtk.css.back (in case something goes wrong);I copied the file gtk-dark.css to gtk.css;I backed up the file gtkrc in /usr/share/themes/Adwaita/gtk-2.0 into gtkrc.back (just in case);I opened the file gtkrc and pasted a code similar to the one I include below.
Let me say that "live CD" was fantastic. On to the gripes:
gpk-application doesn't work at all.
alacarte doesn't work.
Setting use dark mode of adwaita theme doesn't theme GTK2 apps correclty. Simply copying gtk-dark.css over top of gtk.css in gtk3.0 subdirectly does theme GTK2 apps! GNOME ppl say its a gtk2 app problem.
I am sure a lot of people is missing the old #! Shiki-Statler-Dark Theme I have uploaded the obt (Openbox Theme) of the original Shiki-Statler-Dark Theme. There is also a folder which contain the gtk2.0, openbox3, and xfwm4 files.1. Download the #! Shiki-Statler-Dark Theme which I have upload.2. Extract the tar.gz 3.
I have checked many many many dark themes but nothing comes even close to Gnome's global Dark theme (the one you activate through gnome-tweak-tool). It's simple and elegant. Especially nautilus looks great.
Is there a way i can i have it in Ubuntu (with Unity)?