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fenyx

Flat Remix Blue [GTK/Elementary/Budgie]

GTK3 Themes 235 comments

Score 89.0%
Sep 01 2019
I know flatpak and snap theming issues. But there's noo flatpak nor snap package available for this app. Installed from the official Ubuntu repository then updated through the developper PPA. It's working fine with a symlink but it's easy to forget it when exporting my user's settings to a new system. That's what happened, I've forgotten to create the symlink again. So I've stopped to use this method and I prefer to store the themes directly in ~/.themes, it's more clear. - Sep 18 2019
10 the best - Sep 13 2019
Just for reference if another user has the same issue one day:
I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to install custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :)

"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
Albert Einstein - Sep 13 2019
After having removed and reinstalled the theme, here's how it looks :
- Flat Remix Blue Darkest NoBorder
https://i.imgur.com/oJLC2Go.png
- StarLabs Dark (to compare)
https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

I admit that the vast majority of dark themes don't render well on Double Commander, but some themes works fine with it. And I don't understand the cause of this issue (or I would try my best to fix it). - Sep 09 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I had to remove it from my computer because of its incompatibility with my favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk).
I don't understand what makes a theme work with it or not but I know that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are working fine with this app. How? no idea, sorry to be of no help.
I will be glad to use it again if it becomes compatible with that particular app. - Sep 08 2019
Nordic

GTK3 Themes 158 comments

Score 87.5%
Oct 08 2019
Thanks for sharing your great work with us - Sep 16 2019
Thank you :) - Sep 12 2019
+1 - Sep 08 2019
Bubble

GTK3 Themes 61 comments

Score 83.2%
1 day ago
10 the best - Sep 13 2019
Just for reference if another user has the same issue one day:
I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to install custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :) - Sep 13 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I had to remove it from my computer because of its incompatibility with my favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk).
I don't understand what makes a theme work with it or not but I know that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are working fine with this app. How? no idea, sorry to be of no help.
I will be glad to use it again if it becomes compatible with that particular app. - Sep 08 2019
Cloudy

GTK3 Themes 29 comments

Score 79.2%
Oct 13 2019
Comments are crossed. but as I've explained bellow it has been resolved finally. By the way, I don't like to install themes in /usr, I prefer keeping them in my /home. But that's ok ;)
Thanks for your advices and your time. - Sep 13 2019
Just for reference if another user has the same issue one day:
I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to install custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :)

"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
Albert Einstein - Sep 13 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

Here's a concrete example:
Cloudy-Dark-Blue > https://i.imgur.com/VHAB4gj.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 - Sep 12 2019
Vertex-Dark

GTK3 Themes 23 comments

Score 73.3%
Jun 03 2019
Just for reference if another user has the same issue one day:
I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to install custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :) - Sep 13 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

And it may be my fault but unfortunately I can't at least get the same result as intro18, who shared this picture of Double Commander theming with Vertex-Dark on his system > https://i.imgur.com/J0fdgCX.png.

Here's a concrete example on my computer:
Vertex Dark > https://i.imgur.com/wtR3N0J.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

Packages installed (all from the official Ubuntu repositories):
gtk2-engines
gtk2-engines-pixbuf
gtk2-engines-murrine
murrine-themes
doublecmd-common
doublecmd-gtk
doublecmd-help-en
doublecmd-plugins

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 - Sep 12 2019
Obscure

GTK3 Themes 57 comments

Score 87.0%
22 hours ago
Just for reference if another user has the same issue one day:
I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to install custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :) - Sep 13 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

Here's a concrete example:
Obscure Orange > https://i.imgur.com/MOXW5im.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 - Sep 12 2019
Juno

GTK3 Themes 76 comments

Score 85.8%
1 day ago
+1 - Sep 13 2019
Just for reference if another user has the same issue one day:
I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to install custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :)

"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
Albert Einstein - Sep 13 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

Here's a concrete example:
Juno > https://i.imgur.com/qXOAMWY.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 - Sep 12 2019
Vimix-Gtk-Theme

GTK3 Themes 239 comments

Score 82.7%
Oct 11 2019
Just for reference if another user has the same issue one day:
I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to install custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :)

"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
Albert Einstein - Sep 13 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

Here's a concrete example:
Vimix Color Dark Doder > https://i.imgur.com/brLhy9w.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

Packages installed (all from the official Ubuntu repositories):
gtk2-engines
gtk2-engines-pixbuf
gtk2-engines-murrine
murrine-themes
doublecmd-common
doublecmd-gtk
doublecmd-help-en
doublecmd-plugins

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769

(sorry Vinceliuice for posting this on several of your GTK3 theme pages, it just mean that I love several of your themes, not that I want to harass you ;) ) - Sep 12 2019
stylish-gtk-theme

GTK3 Themes 78 comments

Score 77.7%
Nov 22 2018
I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to install custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :)

"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
Albert Einstein - Sep 13 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

Here's a concrete example:
Stylish Dark Azul > https://i.imgur.com/tkD5O9m.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 - Sep 12 2019
Obsidian 2

GTK3 Themes 81 comments

Score 81.5%
Aug 24 2019
I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to install custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :)

"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
Albert Einstein - Sep 13 2019
Here's a concrete example:

Obsidian-2
https://i.imgur.com/H8QsOtq.png

StarLabs Dark (to compare)
https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

Do you think it would be possible to fix it? - Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I had to remove it from my computer because of its incompatibility with my favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk).
I don't understand what makes a theme work with it or not but I know that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are working fine with this app. How? no idea, sorry to be of no help.
I will be glad to use it again if it becomes compatible with that particular app. - Sep 08 2019
Arc-Darkest Complete Desktop

GTK3 Themes 27 comments

by rtl88
Score 87.1%
Oct 11 2019
At first, thank you for taking the time to search for a solution and for sharing useful links.

Installed with apt from official distro repositories, I think it's not more "standalone" than Firefox or any app installed with the OS. And the Gnome theme integration to this app was working fine in my previous Ubuntu versions.

Anyway, I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to install custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :)

"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
Albert Einstein - Sep 13 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

Here's a concrete example:
Ark-Darkest > https://i.imgur.com/aR5ibCC.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 - Sep 12 2019
material-black COLORS Complete Desktop

GTK3 Themes 38 comments

by rtl88
Score 88.0%
2 days ago
Installed from apt I think it's not more "standalone" than Firefox or any app installed with the OS. And the Gnome theme integration to this app was working fine in my previous Ubuntu versions.

Anyway, I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to install custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :)

"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
Albert Einstein - Sep 13 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

Here's a concrete example:
Material Black Blueberry > https://i.imgur.com/r58oxjV.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 - Sep 12 2019
Qogir theme

GTK3 Themes 317 comments

Score 88.9%
Oct 15 2019
From what I know there's no separation of this kind on Linux. We always have to install an app from repository with sudo. But it doesn't mean we have to execute it as root with sudo. If I run it from normal user it uses the normal user's profile.

Anyway, I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to install custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :)

"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
Albert Einstein - Sep 13 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

Here's a concrete example:
Qogir Dark > https://i.imgur.com/tkW4mMe.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 - Sep 12 2019
Yaru-Colors

GTK3 Themes 28 comments

Score 84.4%
Sep 21 2019
I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to copy custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :)

"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
Albert Einstein - Sep 13 2019
Ok. I will let you know if I find the cause of this issue... - Sep 13 2019
The Marwaita GTK3 theme dev and me are actually discussing it and he helped me to point out in terminal output the lack of lines about theme's loading by Double Commander. So the issue seems to come from something else than the theme itself. The investigation is on the way :) - Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

Here's a concrete example:
Yaru Blue Dark > https://i.imgur.com/xzdvKDt.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png
Yaru Dark (the one included by default with the latest Ubuntu release) > https://i.imgur.com/TYmRY9r.png

Packages installed (all from the official Ubuntu repositories):
gtk2-engines
gtk2-engines-pixbuf
gtk2-engines-murrine
murrine-themes
doublecmd-common
doublecmd-gtk
doublecmd-help-en
doublecmd-plugins

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 - Sep 12 2019
Shades-of-gray-theme

GTK3 Themes 82 comments

Score 86.0%
Oct 10 2019
No it's my mistake, and there's not yet a "fenyx brain enhancement" project on GitHub. Maybe I should create one xP - Sep 13 2019
I don't remember exactly why but I kept the habit to copy custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I have a backup of my old system and while browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes. Im'not sure but even then, I may have done this trick to fix the DC theme.

So now I've tried to copy your theme's directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your work on this theme ! :)

"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
Albert Einstein - Sep 13 2019
Yes, I've installed the following packages before trying to install any theme from Pling:
gtk2-engines
gtk2-engines-pixbuf
gtk2-engines-murrine - Sep 13 2019
Do you see those missing lines in your terminal output? - Sep 12 2019
You're right, I've tried to update double-cmd from the developer's repository to see if it resolves the issue. But it changed nothing, same problem between 0.9.2 and 0.9.6. Anyway the Marwaita GTK3 theme dev and me are actually discussing it on his Pling theme's page and he helped me to point out in terminal output the lack of lines about theme's loading by Double Commander. So the issue seems to come from something else than the theme itself. The investigation is on the way :)

Output:
$ doublecmd
XInitThreads: 1
[lines about theme loading should be here but there's nothing]
Starting GuiMessageQueue - Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

Here's a concrete example:
Shades of Gray Arch > https://i.imgur.com/7kHGd7V.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 - Sep 12 2019
Marwaita

GTK3 Themes 172 comments

Score 86.7%
Oct 13 2019
"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer."
Albert Einstein ;) - Sep 13 2019
I don't remember why but I kept the habit to copy custom themes to ~/.local/share/themes in my old Ubuntu 16.04. But I kept a backup of this old system and browsing it today I see that I had created a ~/.themes symlink pointing to ~/.local/share/themes.
So I've tried to copy the Marwaita-Dark directory to ~/.themes on my current system, and... the magic happened ! I've now moved all my installed themes to this directory instead of my unclear symlink trick, so the apps already impacted by these themes before the change are still properly styled, and the only app to ignore the system theme is now as beautiful as the rest.

XInitThreads: 1
/home/fenyx/.themes/Marwaita-Dark/gtk-2.0/gtkrc:92: Murrine configuration option "gradients" is no longer supported and will be ignored.
/home/fenyx/.themes/Marwaita-Dark/gtk-2.0/gtkrc:92: Murrine configuration option "highlight_ratio" will be deprecated in future releases. Please use "highlight_shade" instead.
/home/fenyx/.themes/Marwaita-Dark/gtk-2.0/gtkrc:93: Murrine configuration option "lightborder_ratio" will be deprecated in future releases. Please use "lightborder_shade" instead.
Starting GuiMessageQueue

The solution was so simple. And the cause was just... my own mistake. Apologies. Happy end. And thanks again for your help and your great work on this theme ! :) - Sep 13 2019
(but I've updated the corresponding Double Commander forum's topic with this new relevant informations) - Sep 12 2019
Yes, yours looks fine. I'm jealous :)
Thanks a lot for your reactivity. Here is the terminal output (with nothing between "XInitThreads: 1" and "Starting GuiMessageQueue", weird):

$ doublecmd
XInitThreads: 1
Starting GuiMessageQueue
Starting Double Commander
Double Commander 0.9.6 beta
Revision: 9018
Build: 2019/09/01
Lazarus: 1.8.4.0
Free Pascal: 3.0.4
Platform: x86_64-Linux-gtk2
System: Ubuntu 19.04
Desktop Environment: GNOME
Widgetset library: GTK 2.24.32
This program is free software released under terms of GNU GPL 2
(C)opyright 2006-2019 Alexander Koblov (alexx2000@mail.ru)
and contributors (see about dialog)
Executable directory: /usr/lib/doublecmd/
Loading configuration from /home/fenyx/.config/doublecmd/
Loading lng file: /usr/lib/doublecmd/language/doublecmd.en.po
Error loading configuration file /home/fenyx/.config/doublecmd/favoritetabs.xml
PollThread: Start polling
PollThread: AddPoll 17
Creating PixmapManager
Loading icon theme DCTheme
Loading icon theme DCTheme
Error: pixmap [/usr/lib/doublecmd/doublecmd] not loaded!
TColumnsFileView.Create components
Creating TFileSystemFileSource
TColumnsFileView.Create components
TColumnsFileView.Create components
TColumnsFileView.Create components
TColumnsFileView.Create components
TColumnsFileView.Create components
TColumnsFileView.Create components
TColumnsFileView.Create components
FileSystemWatcher thread starting
TColumnsFileView.Create components
TColumnsFileView.Create components
TColumnsFileView.Create components
TColumnsFileView.Create components
TColumnsFileView.Create components
TColumnsFileView.Create components
PollThread: AddPoll 27
UDev: Begin monitoring
Detecting mounts through /proc/self/mounts
PollThread: AddPoll 28
frmMain.frmMainShow

My knowledge is too limited to diagnose this absence of theme loading :( - Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

Here's a concrete example:
Marwaita Dark > https://i.imgur.com/iPPeI5P.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 - Sep 12 2019
Materia Manjaro Dark GTK

GTK3 Themes 43 comments

Score 79.2%
Oct 07 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us.

Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage).
I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help.
Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it.

Here's a concrete example:
Materia Manjaro Dark > https://i.imgur.com/lQ9cUG3.png
StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png

I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 - Sep 12 2019
Bubble

GTK3 Themes
by g-nome

Score 83.2%
Sep 13 2019
Score 79.0%
Sep 13 2019
Marwaita

GTK3 Themes
by darkomarko42

Score 86.7%
Sep 12 2019
Yaru-Colors

GTK3 Themes
by jannomag

Score 84.4%
Sep 12 2019
Score 82.7%
Sep 12 2019
Vertex-Dark

GTK3 Themes
by etles-team

Score 73.3%
Sep 12 2019
Score 77.7%
Sep 12 2019
Score 86.0%
Sep 12 2019
Qogir theme

GTK3 Themes
by vinceliuice

Score 88.9%
Sep 12 2019
Obscure

GTK3 Themes
by bolimage

Score 87.0%
Sep 12 2019
Score 79.2%
Sep 12 2019
Score 88.0%
Sep 12 2019
Juno

GTK3 Themes
by eliverlara

Score 85.8%
Sep 12 2019
Score 87.1%
Sep 12 2019
Score 89.0%
Sep 09 2019
Nordic

GTK3 Themes
by eliverlara

Score 87.5%
10   Sep 16 2019
Thanks for sharing your great work with us
Bubble

GTK3 Themes
by g-nome

Score 83.2%
10   Sep 13 2019
10 the best
Score 89.0%
10   Sep 13 2019
10 the best
Yaru-Colors

GTK3 Themes
by jannomag

Score 84.4%
10   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. Here's a concrete example: Yaru Blue Dark > https://i.imgur.com/xzdvKDt.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png Yaru Dark (the one included by default with the latest Ubuntu release) > https://i.imgur.com/TYmRY9r.png Packages installed (all from the official Ubuntu repositories): gtk2-engines gtk2-engines-pixbuf gtk2-engines-murrine murrine-themes doublecmd-common doublecmd-gtk doublecmd-help-en doublecmd-plugins I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769
Score 82.7%
9   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. Here's a concrete example: Vimix Color Dark Doder > https://i.imgur.com/brLhy9w.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png Packages installed (all from the official Ubuntu repositories): gtk2-engines gtk2-engines-pixbuf gtk2-engines-murrine murrine-themes doublecmd-common doublecmd-gtk doublecmd-help-en doublecmd-plugins I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769 (sorry Vinceliuice for posting this on several of your GTK3 theme pages, it just mean that I love several of your themes, not that I want to harass you ;) )
Vertex-Dark

GTK3 Themes
by etles-team

Score 73.3%
10   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. And it may be my fault but unfortunately I can't at least get the same result as intro18, who shared this picture of Double Commander theming with Vertex-Dark on his system > https://i.imgur.com/J0fdgCX.png. Here's a concrete example on my computer: Vertex Dark > https://i.imgur.com/wtR3N0J.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png Packages installed (all from the official Ubuntu repositories): gtk2-engines gtk2-engines-pixbuf gtk2-engines-murrine murrine-themes doublecmd-common doublecmd-gtk doublecmd-help-en doublecmd-plugins I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769
Score 77.7%
9   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. Here's a concrete example: Stylish Dark Azul > https://i.imgur.com/tkD5O9m.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769
Score 86.0%
9   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. Here's a concrete example: Shades of Gray Arch > https://i.imgur.com/7kHGd7V.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769
Qogir theme

GTK3 Themes
by vinceliuice

Score 88.9%
9   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. Here's a concrete example: Qogir Dark > https://i.imgur.com/tkW4mMe.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769
Obscure

GTK3 Themes
by bolimage

Score 87.0%
9   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. Here's a concrete example: Obscure Orange > https://i.imgur.com/MOXW5im.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769
Score 79.2%
9   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. Here's a concrete example: Materia Manjaro Dark > https://i.imgur.com/lQ9cUG3.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769
Score 88.0%
9   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. Here's a concrete example: Material Black Blueberry > https://i.imgur.com/r58oxjV.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769
Marwaita

GTK3 Themes
by darkomarko42

Score 86.7%
9   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. Here's a concrete example: Marwaita Dark > https://i.imgur.com/iPPeI5P.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769
Juno

GTK3 Themes
by eliverlara

Score 85.8%
9   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. Here's a concrete example: Juno > https://i.imgur.com/qXOAMWY.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769
Score 87.1%
9   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. Here's a concrete example: Ark-Darkest > https://i.imgur.com/aR5ibCC.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769
Cloudy

GTK3 Themes
by g-nome

Score 79.2%
9   Sep 12 2019
Great work, thanks a lot for sharing it with us. Anyway I don't use it yet on my Ubuntu 19.04 because of incompatibility with my very favorite file manager (Double Commander aka. doublecmd-gtk, installed through apt, not by snap or appimage). I don't understand what makes a dark theme work with this application or not but I see that Starlabs and Adwaita-dark are theming it perfectly. I don't know the difference with a theme like yours nor which files should be included or modified, sorry to be of no help. Do you think that this issue with Double Commander could be fixed? I would be glad to use this theme as I really like it. Here's a concrete example: Cloudy-Dark-Blue > https://i.imgur.com/VHAB4gj.png StarLabs Dark > https://i.imgur.com/FGDgJHI.png I've posted a message on application's forum to get more informations about the files to customize but nobody answered for now > https://doublecmd.sourceforge.io/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5769