The new themes are now sharing most of their code, but the color
schemes, which makes them very maintainable and it makes me confident to
have many variants of the colors if neded. I would not even mind having
all 5 of them, especially since it looks like every variant may have
someone's preference? All tastes are in nature, that's the saying,
For reminder, here are side by side screenshots of all 5 variants
currently being WIP by Ben (alias Draekko):
I'm thinking, maybe the lightest theme should be even lighter?
Personally I feel like I would likely use "Sea of Grey" or the "Dark"
Should we push all 5 of them? Should we discard some?
Also there are still a lot of bugs here and there. It would be awesome
if people could test them and report bugs.
On 2015-12-29 12:30, draekko.software wrote:
There was a recent call sent out for new and updated assets for the
next version of GIMP (icons, themes mainly) and some of those have
started rolling in, i've submitted several themes myself and so far
one has made it in. I was asked to get the ball rolling on the
subject, so here it goes :) Maybe for starters offer input on the
current Dark Theme and if there might be interest in a new light &
grey theme as well or any other suggestions for that matter. You can
find the themes here:
Alternate Light Theme (Lighter, more color contrast on some
The links have screenshots, and 7z files with the theme asset (and
the dark theme has patches for the gimp crew).
So far i've tested the Dark Theme on KDE(Ubuntu/Plasma), Unity
(Ubuntu), Windows 8.1 (and wine on Linux), OSX (Maverick) to make sure
it had a consistent feel across platforms. The only caveats so far
were under KDE where i had to toggle off the option " Apply colors to
non-Qt applications" because without that KDE overrides some GTK
widget theme colors and icons. As a side note i am currently awaiting
feedback on the Dark Theme under KDE before applying the KDE tweaks i
made there to the other themes.
So guess have at it, let me and the GIMP crew know what you think.
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