The huge title bar look much better when you use that fonts size. In the communittheme the fonts should be smaller, imho.
Yeah I am liking it now that I have used for a couple of days. I wonder if Ambiance will get the same treatment?
I am not seeing that. Have you done any modifications?
Disable the application menu by Gnome-tweak in the top bar option.
Not having that problem might have been fixed with an update? But it seems like Radiance is back to the same title
@mohan-ram, It look like you use a different font size.
I have not changed anything it is all defaults. I can reset my conif and see if that changes anything.
I’m still using 17.10 so I can’t test it…
I did not realize that I had to restart the session after the change in gnome-tweak, after the reboot the terminal menu icon was right
The Terminal icon-over-buttons bug has been reopened today:
If you have other theme issues then the best place to start is by searching here:
This bug disappeared after I installed a gnome-vanilla session, after that I removed a gnome-vanilla session for the test and the bug did not appear anymore, I think in the session ubuntu had some anomaly of a gnome-vanilla dependency.
Will Qt application use light themes (Ambiance and Radiance)? Or will they look out of place?
Chrome / Chrome Browser Title Bar Button Bug
With the update to 18.10 the Ambiance GNOME SHELL theme (not GTK) is lost from the packages. Is there a way to get it back?
The package light-themes provides only the GTK themes.
Not really, apart from copying it back the old css, updating to new GNOME Shell requirements (some changes in the css require).
If someone steps up to maintain this in ubuntu, it would be awesome for people who liked the previous theme.
I may try to hack up something.
You actually found it
There was no sass files for the Shell theme, and it was directly shipped in gnome-shell-common.
You can find the bionic version in https://git.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu/+source/gnome-shell/tree/debian/ubuntu-session-mods/ubuntu.css?id=5cee2840c88209a5b375d06d5456469e13b4c4ac#n1905.
I think you should ship that as a new, separated debian package and hack up the Shell to match it (or ship some new session files + a separate mod)
Somewhat late reply, but I made this Ambiance gnome shell theme few months ago to work with Ubuntu 18.10 (Gnome 3.30). It is here https://github.com/dimztimz/Ambiance-theme-gnome-shell/
Is there any chance to be merged in the light-themes package, https://launchpad.net/ubuntu-themes ?