reNIX: A Squared, Android Like GTK3 Theme Compatible With Unity And GNOME Shell

reNIX is an interesting Android like GTK theme that uses a squared Metacity theme and is compatible with both Unity and GNOME Shell.The theme works with GTK 3.4 (used in Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin, Fedora 17, etc.), it requires the Murrine and Pixbuf GTK2 engines as well as Unico and Adwaita GTK3 engines and is based on the GTKdroid Metacity theme and NIX GTK3 theme.reNIX comes with two Metacity themes, one for Unity (called “reNIX”) and one for GNOME Shell (called “reNIX GS”) which only work in Unity respectively GNOME Shell, so don’t use the GNOME Shell theme in Unity or the other way around!Here are a few more reNIX GTK theme screenshots:reNIX GTK3 theme and reNIX GS Metacity theme under GNOME Shell 3.4Install reNIX GTK3 theme in Ubuntu 12.04To make it easier to install and update, I’ve uploaded reNIX GTK3 theme to the WebUpd8 Themes PPA, so Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin users can install it using the following commands:sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/themessudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install renix-gtk-themeIf you’re using Chrome, there’s also a matching Chrome/Chromium  theme available @ Gnome-Look.In the screenshots above, you’ll also notice that I’m using the Faience Azur icon theme, which I’ve customized to use light icons

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