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Yaru-Colors is a theme project to bringt different colors to Ubuntu's awesome Yaru theme.
**Yaru-Colors is a theme project to bringt different colors to Ubuntu's awesome Yaru theme.**
Yaru-Colors themes conataing following:
- GTK 2 / 3 theme
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The installer will do a backup if something needs to be overwritten (only Ubuntu 18.10+).
It will guide you through everything and you can choose what you want to install.
So, a short tutorial:
- Download and extract or clone
- Run the installer with './install.sh'
Installation with script:
- Run the installer with `./install.sh`
-- for replacing /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme/Yaru for better compatiblity, run this script as root
- Follow the installer
- Done
To remove the theme:
- via Terminal go to the desired theme directory with 'cd /PATH/TO/THEME/yaru-COLOR'
- Run the installer with './uninstall.sh'
- Follow the uninstaller
Removal with script:
- Rund the uninstaller with `./uninstall.sh`
-- if you installed the shell theme to /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme/Yaru, run this script as root
- Follow the script
- Done
Manual install:
- Copy your desired theme into your desired theme directory (example `/usr/share/themes` or `~/.local/share/themes`)
- Copy you desired icon pack into your desired theme directory (example `/usr/share/icons` or `~/.icons`)
- For better compatiblity you can optionally copy the files from a theme's gnome-shell directory to /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme/Yaru and overwrite everything AFTER you backed up the files
- Enable your themes with gsettings commands or with gnome-tweak-tool
- To change the dock indicator color (Ubuntu's Dash-To-Dock only), find the hex code for your desired color in the list below and enter following two commands (replace HEXCODE with your color code including #):
`gsettings set org.gnome.shell.extensions.dash-to-dock custom-theme-running-dots-color 'HEXCODE' 2> /dev/null`
`gsettings set org.gnome.shell.extensions.dash-to-dock custom-theme-running-dots-border-color 'HEXCODE' 2> /dev/null`
(or do it with the script, it'll do it for you...)
Have fun with it!
For any suggestions send me a message here or on Reddit /u/jannomag
Hex-Color codes of all base colors
- First color is the Ubuntu-Orange, second the Ubuntu-Purple
`
Yaru-ORIGINAL: #E95420 - #762572
Yaru-Aqua: #41c6c8 - #326868
Yaru-Blue: #208fe9 - #255074
Yaru-Brown: #995640 - #462e1b
Yaru-Deepblue: #25469d - #1a318b
Yaru-Green: #3eb34f - #123d18
Yaru-Grey: #9c9c9c - #4d4d4d
Yaru-MATE: #78ab50 - #4f6326
Yaru-Pink: #e920a3 - #742558
Yaru-Purple: #a064d8 - #4c1f7a
Yaru-Red: #e92020 - #742525
Yaru-Yellow: #e9ba20 - #746225
`
All other colors in the themes are generated while compiling the css from Yaru's source.
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