Ubuntu Light Themes Updated With New Style For Nautilus, More [Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal]

The Ubuntu Light Themes branch has been updated a few minutes ago (the changes aren’t in the official Quantal repositories for now), bringing some interesting changes to the Ambiance and Radiance themes for Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal:new tabs style including a rounded active tab and more subtle inactive tabsthe buttons are a bit bigger and more roundedchanges for the latest Nautilus 3.5.x which looks great, though oddly, the toolbar doesn’t uses a dark style anymore. The toolbar theming used for Nautilus is used by other GNOME applications too, like GNOME Documents, GNOME Contacts or Epiphany (these applications aren’t installed by default)GNOME panel fixes (classic GNOME session)other changesScreenshots:Updated theming for Nautilus 3.5.xNew buttons / tabs styleGNOME apps Epiphany and GNOME Documents (not installed by default) follow the same style as NautilusRadiance themeThe updated Ambiance and Radiance themes (along with an updated Unico GTK3 engine, required for the latest Ambiance and Radiance) aren’t yet available in the official Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal repositories, but will probably land soon. Until the final Ubuntu 12.10 release, Ambiance and Radiance are likely to get many other updates so this is not the final design!What do you think?
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