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Zukitwo by lassekongo83 Zukitwo by lassekongo83
Important note: This theme is designed for Gnome 3.12. May or may not work with other versions of Gnome-shell and GTK.

Get the absolute latest version from github: github.com/lassekongo83/zuki-t…

Old versions can be found here: launchpad.net/zukitwo/+series
Click: Browse code > View revision > download tarball.

THEME INFO

The included INSTALL file have all the installation instructions.

GTK2 ENGINES REQUIREMENT
- GTK2 engine Murrine 0.98.1.1 or later.
- GTK2 pixbuf engine or the gtk(2)-engines package.

Fedora/RedHat distros:
yum install gtk-murrine-engine gtk2-engines

Ubuntu/Mint/Debian distros:
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine gtk2-engines-pixbuf

ArchLinux:
pacman -S gtk-engine-murrine gtk-engines

Other:
Search for the engines in your distribution's repository or install the engines from source.

OTHER INFO

Wallpaper: fiftyfootshadows.net/2011/09/1…
Font: Droid Sans
Icons: Faenza-Dark

License: GPL

Known bugs:

- The IDE software Eclipse/Aptana may have some strange color bugs. If you know of any fixes, please let me know.

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Changelog

2014.05.23
- GTK3: Fixed CSD fallback menu button.
- GTK3: Fixed some other bugs and made some minor improvements.

2014.05.14
- GTK3: Fixed progressbar through.
- Assets: Better focused button border.

2014.04.26
- GTK3: Some minor bugfixes.

2014.04.13
- GTK3: Added support for unity client side decoration. (This package is still only for GTK 3.12 though. Ubuntu 14.04 uses GTK 3.10.)
- GTK3: Improved progressbars a bit.
- GTK3: Added the metacity buttons to the client side decorations.

2014.03.29
- Updated to work with Gnome 3.12.
Note: Don't upgrade if you're still using an earlier version of Gnome.
You can grab earlier versions here: launchpad.net/zukitwo/+series


2013.12.10
- Added an index.theme file.
- GTK3: Sidebar hover effect added in Nautilus/Nemo.
- GTK3/2: Various tweaks.
- Shell: Removed the arrow on the app-menu (and other stuff) to make it look like it did before 3.10.


2013.11.07
- GTK2: Thunar style added.
- GTK3: Fixed border below active tabs.


2013.10.27
- GTK3: Better column headers. Nemo fixes. Fixed fine-tune scrollbar.
- GTK2: Removed unused assets for outdated apps.


2013.10.17
- GTK3/Shell: A couple of fixes.

2013.10.12
- GTK3: Updated to work with Gnome 3.10. The theme will break in earlier versions of Gnome-shell. Grab earlier versions here: launchpad.net/zukitwo/+series
- Shell theme: Revamped (Again!). :-P

2013.04.24
- GTK3: Client Side Decoration CSS added. (For wayland.)
- GTK3: Support .rubberband in .content-view plus some more fixes.
- Mutter/Metacity: Fixed left aligned buttons and removed unused assets.

2013.04.18
- Mutter theme: Fixed a lot of stuff.
- Legacy metacity theme: New everything.
- GTK3: Improved scale troughs.

2013.03.29
- Mutter/Metacity: Previous release used the Zukiwi borders, this has now been fixed.
- Shell theme: New scrollbars and checkbuttons.

2013.03.28
- ALL: Updated to work with Gnome 3.8. If you use Ubuntu GNOME 13.04 (or 12.10) I would not recommend an upgrade. It should work, but there may be some issues with the gnome-shell theme because 13.04 will use Gnome 3.6 components.
- ALL: New borders, switches, sliders, progressbars etc. New look for menus and stuff in the gnome-shell theme.

2013.02.07
- GTK3/Mutter: Some minor bug fixes.

2013.02.06
- GTK3: Some bug fixes and some changes to the treeview list.
- GTK3: Nemo style added.
- GTK2: Fixes for xfce-panel. (May behave a bit inconsistent with some applets.)
- XFWM4: Left and right border now 2px in size because of a xorg or driver bug that made them invisible.

2012.12.16
- GTK3: New switch buttons. Active focus border added. Better tabs and column headers. Some other minor fixes.

2012.12.11
- Shell theme: Some fixes and default font changed from Liberation to Droid. (Make sure to include ttf-droid to the depends if you're maintaining a package of this.)
- GTK3/GTK2: Separators added to menus.
- GTK3: Improved button borders.
- GTK3: Some other minor fixes and tweaks.

2012.12.07
- Unity: Changed the panel color to match the rest of the theme, plus added the new buttons.
- GTK3: Osd support added.
- GTK3: Several fixes and some minor changes.

2012.12.04
- GTK3: Some minor improvements and bug fixes.
- Shell theme: Switch buttons now visible again.
- XFWM4: Updated the theme to the new look. (If you don't have any left or right borders see: bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.… )

2012.12.02
- GTK3/GTK2/Metacity: Some bug fixes.
- GTK3: Some minor improvements to linked buttons and entrys.

2012.12.01
- GTK3/Shell: Updated to work with Gnome (GTK+) 3.6. Will break in any earlier or later versions of Gnome.
- Shell theme: Changed the previous look on buttons and borders etc. Made the panel a bit darker.
- Mutter: New buttons taken from my previous Zukiwi theme.

Note: Because Gnome 3.6 is the worst release of Gnome so far - this theme no longer contains Zukitwo-Dark. I had no motivation to maintain it any longer. There are also plenty of old and new bugs plus regressions.

This theme also no longer requires the Unico GTK3 engine.

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Previous changelog became too long. It's now purged.
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2011.04.05
- First release.
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Given 2011-06-14
Zukitwo by ~lassekongo83 As suggester said - "This design is the most advanced for GNOME right now." Indeed, very professionally made theme suite which includes GTK2, GTK3 and GNOME Shell themes. ( Suggested by Anarchtic and Featured by Alexander-GG )
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behmn Featured By Owner Edited Jul 14, 2014
Really awesome theme. Thank you. I am glad that XFCE becomes available for users who are aware of art.
I found a little bug in the theme though. The systray is has a light background while the whole panel is dark.
Could you fix that, please?

I tried it myself, but I can't find a way...

Check it out here: s24.postimg.org/opz6mqrdh/pane…
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eonghk Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014  New member
I'm using Gnome 3.12 and I tried your theme. Is there a window theme working with the GTK theme? I want the beautiful icons at the right top corner.  :)
here is a screenshot. 
www.directupload.net/file/d/36…
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ThaFitoS Featured By Owner May 3, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Those new tabs look AWESOME.
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sinecarne Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014
as you can see here: s1.directupload.net/images/140…
gnome-mplayer is focused, geany and file manager aren't - those unfocused windows have a darker background. it doesn't seem intended.
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sinecarne Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014
is the metacity theme different for focused and unfocused windows? titlebars seem to be darker on unfocused windows, which doesn't fit
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hamishpaulwilson Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2014
I would appreciate it if the menu bars (File, Edit, etc) would be made the same pixel size in both the GTK2 and GTK3 versions. I had this with my last theme until I was forced to switch thanks to GTK 3.12, and since I am using Xfce I switch between applications using both versions a lot.
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nekron29 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2014
I agree :) ! Mattias any thoughts on that?
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ScionicSpectre Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
Amazing- thanks for keeping up the hard work. Now that the major widgets featured in GNOME 3's concepts are here in 3.12, I'm hoping there won't be a great deal of discrepancy with future GTK releases.
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RainbowDash2k14 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014
I suggest lassekongo83 to make a short one-page website for Zukitwo to make the theme more visible and provide the donation possibilities there!
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iamajd Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2014
This is an excellent question.  I look forward to the answer.
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