Gnome-Pro, a new GTK+ theme made by paulxfce, is a great theme for Gnome 3 Desktop with GTK > = 3.20.
A clear and easy-on-the-eyes theme that is meant for those who use the Gnome-desktop professionally on a daily basis. The focus in this theme is compatibility: GTK-2 applications and GTK-3 applications look virtually the same. Libre-office, Scribus, Evolution, Geary, Planner, GnuCash, LaTeXila, Geany, the Gimp, Inkscape,…
Chrome, firefox, Web and Opera have no issues with this theme.
About the looks, you will notice some Elementary-theme, Arc-theme and Gnome-OSX.
How to Install Gnome-Pro theme in Ubuntu 17.04:
The theme so far works on Ubuntu 17.04, Ubuntu 17.10, and it requires a few theme engines to work properly.
1. Open terminal via Ctrl+Alt+T or from app launcher, when it opens, run command to install theme engines:
sudo apt install gnome-themes-standard gtk2-engines-murrine
2. Window buttons should be moved to right corner via command:
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences button-layout ":minimize,maximize,close"
3. Download the theme file from the link below:
[ac-button size=”large” url=”https://www.gnome-look.org/p/1184643/#files-panel” target=”_blank”]Download Gnome-Pro (Files pane)[/ac-button]
4. Extract the tarball, and move the theme folder into .themes in the root of your user directory.
Press ctrl+h to view hidden file folders, and create .themes folder if it’s not exist.
5. Finally select the theme via Gnome Tweak Tool. Log out and back in to apply changes.
Hi. What file manager is that?
It’s the default nautilus file manager.
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