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GNOME Shell: Sud by 0rAX0 GNOME Shell: Sud by 0rAX0
'Sud' is the dark version of 'Nord'.


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Lato: [link]


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:iconvincentgreen54:
Can you upgrade this wonderful theme to be compatible with gnome shell 3.8,plz ? Everything is almost perfect now, just fix some old error :-)
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0rAX0 Aug 11, 2013  Professional General Artist
I'm resuming the work on it. It's almost done.
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:iconneophyte-vii:
Any word on 3.8 compatibility?
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0rAX0 Jun 13, 2013  Professional General Artist
Soon.. :-)
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:iconneophyte-vii:
Fantastic :)

The Nord redesign is really well done - kudos.
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:iconneophyte-vii:
In .events-day-dayname I had to replace padding-bottom: .2em; with padding: 3px 0px;

I think it's awesome you've got everything in ems, but I couldn't get the dayname (letter, i.e. MTWTFSS) to align correctly on the y-axis with ems. For example, I tried padding-bottom: .6em; and it gave me the right font size, but the whole column is off on the y-axis by 1-2px.

This is really noticeable if you are scheduling the entire day. Since I don't like Evolution, I followed this guide to sync the calendar with my google account: [link]
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The solution was simply to tone down the .app-well-app.running > .overview-icon background-color.

The default of rgba(255,255,255,0.7); was murder on the poor eyes and gave me a weak initial impression of the theme. I didn't think I was going to like it. Fortunately I was able to see past that and I am -very- glad I am sticking with Sud. Thank you for making this!

I have it set as follows and it solved the only perceivable issue:

app-well-app.running > .overview-icon {
background-color: rgba(255,255,255.0.25);
...
}

Top notch, A+
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0rAX0 Jan 25, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thanks. Yeah, you're right. I'll fix that in the next update. :)
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:iconneophyte-vii:
For an example of a slick looking dock compare Sud to Faience.
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0rAX0 Jan 5, 2013  Professional General Artist
But the Faience approach wouldn't work at all with the 'Dash to Dock' extension. :\
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