AmbianceDF updated for Ubuntu 17.10

If you like classic things, but you’re a bit tired of the graphics of the Ubuntu desktop default theme, then maybe it’s time to take a look at AmbianceDF.   Same classic Ambiance theme, but different The Ubuntu colors palette has been created to reflect the spirit of the community and the brand. Orange for a community feel. White for[…]

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How to use AmbianceDF theme on Ubuntu Unity

Standard Unity theme, but with different Ubuntu colors AmbianceDF is a classic theme for Ubuntu Unity desktop environment. I found the standard Ambiance theme really clean and usable, but little old. The colors of the standard Ubuntu theme have little tired me, so I decided to refresh the look of Ambiance standard theme. For this, AmbianceDF was born. AmbianceDF provides[…]

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Flat buttons for Tear theme

Slowly, but another buttons I have added some new flat buttons to Tear Theme. All the work about the buttons was made using Inkscape. I thought that GIMP did it in the same way, but Unity DE use SVG vector graphics for the buttons… so, Inkscape is the right choice. Tear Theme is still under development and still in beta(maybe[…]

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New icons for Tear theme

Slowly, but another icons I have added some new icons to Tear Theme. It’s a theme to customize the aspect of Linux distributions which use Unity (so it’s Ubuntu!) or Gnome (many others) desktop environment. All the work is made using Inkscape, an incredible free and opensource program to design. Inkscape is a professional vector graphics editor for Windows, Mac[…]

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Tear theme improvement

Slowly, but growing In my free time, I design and develop Tear Theme. It’s a theme to customize the aspect of Linux distributions which use Unity (so it’s Ubuntu!) or Gnome (many others) desktop environment. Tear Theme is a small experimental theme (still and ever in beta!) for the Linux desktop platform. However, when I started to create Tear Theme[…]

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