MediterraneanNight: excellent GTK theme

This tremendous GTK theme has GNOME 3.6 and 3.8 versions and comes with 12 color variations in light and dark modes.


Installation

En Ubuntu and derivatives:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa: webupd8team / themes
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install mediterraneannight-gtk-theme

En Arch and derivatives:

yaourt -S mediterraneannight-theme

El rest:

It is always possible to download the theme for any distribution from the page of Gnome-Look. Included in the compressed file is a document with installation instructions and details on how to configure the different styles for Nautilus, metacity buttons, and tab styles. 


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  1.   César Iglesias said

    Yes! I just installed them in Manjaro, I am using them in Xfce 😀

  2.   J Valentin Guitian said

    Thank you!

  3.   Benji sandoval said

    Very nice, although I would like them to also be purple or orange, to continue in ubuntu mode.

  4.   Mario Alberto Hedz Hedz said

    Well it looks very good although gnome is not the same as before

  5.   Javier Fernandez said

    I really like dark themes especially. Although they all look very good. 🙂

  6.   fran jsj said

    I am using the gray theme, I really like it, in my gnome shelll 3.8, and archlinux, it is a fable, also that it is the one that best suits me also with qt applications

  7.   fer said

    Can they be installed in manjaro?

  8.   MJ said

    The gtk3 themes seem so similar to me, in gnome 2 they seemed more different

  9.   LEFT-OSX said

    Perhaps it is because the vast majority of themes use gray tones and few themes change widgets such as buttons. For example, in gnome 3 you cannot emulate the appearance of mac osx as well as you could with gtk2 themes

  10.   Victor alarcon said

    thanks, it's my default theme on both of my computers.

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