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Equinox Evolution by tiheum Equinox Evolution by tiheum
This theme needs Equinox GTK engine 1.40: [link]

Metacity and Chrome themes are also included.

Wallpaper: The woods by Riian F [link]
Icon theme: Faenza-Dark
Licence: GPL3

Enjoy


CHANGELOG
=== 1.50 ===
* New engine option resizegripstyle
* Support of global menu (must be manually enabled, see README file)
* Better support of Ubuntu One Client
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krstc Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2011
you don't know how badly I want to see this theme in gtk3. equinox evolution dawn and faenza were the only thing that made gnome bearable for me. now i have to make do with zukitwo in gnome shell. please please port this to gtk3. there are lots of people who wish to see this in gnome shell.
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plopp37 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2011   Digital Artist
And there is one more issue: the disabled text in panel menus is too dark: some indicators use this text to provide information (ubuntuone, dropbox, brasero) and its color renders it unreadable and thus unusable...
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plopp37 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2011   Digital Artist
Hi,
as there were problems with toolbar color vs. icons color in non-gtk apps, I switched back to this "old" equinox evolution with faenza-dark icons, but found an icon-related problem as well.
You have changed the indicator-applets menu color to dark with light icons in sound indicator and me-menu, but this icon theme renders dark icons on dark background in other indicators (network, tomboy, alarm). Switching to faenza-darker solves this issue, but renders light icons in all other menus, which are light...
A solution would be to make all menus dark (which is what am I going to do myself, but would be cool to set in an upgrade).
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Zercius Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2011
No love for Xfce?
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