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pl3x-DivergenceIV by BillyGalbreath pl3x-DivergenceIV by BillyGalbreath
Gnome-Shell Theme by BillyGalbreath based on jurialmunkey's original theme.

!!! IMPROTANT !!! Please remove any previous versions before installing !!! IMPORTANT !!!

This is mostly a default stock theme, which I am slowly theming part by part.

Hopefully one day someone will port the GTK2 theme to GTK3. For now I'm using Hope/Hope-DT and it looks really good with the panel. I'm using Faenza-Dark icons seen in the screen-shot. I've also included the source file (gimp XCF file) for the upper left activities button, just in case you want to modify it. Just remember that the image needs to be in SVG format for Gnome-Shell to render it correctly. I did this by modifying the image in Gimp and then copy/pasting it into Inkscape. Tedious, but simple.

Comments, criticism, feedback, suggestions, and error reports are always welcome. I can be reached easiest on Google+ at [link] or you can simply comment at DeviantArt.com or Gnome-Look.org

The original GTK2/AWN/Eclipse DivergenceIV theme [link]
Wallpaper from screen-shot [link]

Thanks for trying my theme, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I am using and building it.

Changelog

v0.2
Fixed padding on the panel
Fixed the highlight on the Activities button
Removed unused code left over by default theme
Renamed Activities button image files
Made .panel-corner bigger to match the rest of the panel
Themed scroll-bars in the dash
Themed tool-tips
Themed pop-ups (calendar, accessibility, volume, network, user-status, etc)

v0.1
Themed the panel
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:iconyouris:
youris Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2012
Are you still coding this?
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Rasa13 Featured By Owner May 25, 2012
wow niice!
i miss jurialmunkey and his themes!
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dmiranda2 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
Creative one!
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FallenUnia Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
Cool! Is the panel all pure CSS or are there any images you used? Anyway, hands down best panel of Gnome-Shell yet!
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BillyGalbreath Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
Thanks for the compliment :D

Its a small image, but it stretches in the right places when a longer panel is needed.
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FallenUnia Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
Cool :) Whenever 3.4 hits the Arch repo's and whenever Catalyst functions with the Shell, I'll try it again and I'll be sure to use your theme ;)
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sunznk Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
Beautiful !
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imVad Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
I want it for windows, NOW! :)
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cbowman57 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2012
Not sure which way you want to go with the gtk but any of the 3 in the OMG suite are a good place to start.

That panel looks good, reminds me of an AWN style I used to use, lucida?

Also, added you to my linux circle on G+, maybe we should start a theme circle?
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BillyGalbreath Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
Yeah, the original theme's panel was AWN in Lucida mode. Very attractive, imo. Getting this "behavior" in Gnome-Shell was easy, but took a lot of guess work as the CSS property syntax isnt the exact same I've been using for the last 10 years.

I eventually want to port the original GTK theme to 3, but right now I'm focused in on the Gnome-Shell. Maybe someone else might port it by then? Who knows.

Here's the original GTK2 (and AWN and Emerald) theme [link]
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cbowman57 Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
For a good example of what can be done with images you might want to find the Old Steampunk shell theme, Sam Riggs did an excellent job, though I don't think it was updated to 3.2 it might be a handy reference for you.

The one comment I was going to make is that Sam discovered that some people use a lot of the center panel so he created some longer images & included them in the archive.

Looks like we connected on G+ too, I'll keep my eyes open for you.
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BillyGalbreath Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
I used border-image for the images so they will stretch when needed ;)

I'll definitely give the themes you've mentioned a look, though. Never know what tricks I may find in them.
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cbowman57 Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
Good deal, I've yet to find a simple tutorial so I've had to stand on the shoulders of those that went before us. :)
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BillyGalbreath Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
So far I'm attempting things that I havent seen done before. And they're working.

Hopefully I can finish up what I'm currently working on and push out an update by tonight. If not, tomorrow for sure. :D
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cbowman57 Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
Cool! Here's a link to Sam's Old Steampunk theme [link] I think you might find it informative based on what you're doing.

Keep it up. :)
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