Gnome Shell Theme inspired by the wonderful wall paper by Ton - K300. I used the bluish brushed combination with yellow and i liked the effects so much that i felt like to share it !
Gnome 3.2 / Gnome Shell
MGSE Extension (optional for mint menu styles)
Cinnamon desktop 1.1.3 / 1.2 (for those who use cinnamon)
For those who are yet to experience cinnamon, here is the link on its usage and installation => [link]
Extract the zip file to ~/.themes and choose via gnome-tweak-tool (for gnome-shell)
for cinnamon desktop, you can go to overview and choose Trans-Blue theme from the app-grid menu.
CREDITS & SUGGESTIONS:
GTK3: Adwaita Cupertino by trastes => [link]
ICONS: FaenzaMac by irbinix => [link]
WALLPAPER "yo-yo" by Ton-K300 => [link]
a) Brushed Transparency
b) Framed top panel (in gnome-shell)
c) Fully Transparent bottom panel (in gnome-shell)
d) Cinnamon Compatible; glassy bottom panel
Added compatibility for cinnamon1.2
There are 3 folders in the zip file, one gnome-shell, 2 for cinnamon. default install will be suitable for cinnamon 1.2. for those using cinnamon 1.1.3, kindly open the theme folder in nautilus, rename folder cinnamon to cinnamon-1.2, rename cinnamon-1.1.3 to cinnamon, restart cinnamon.
Edited the selector background in Mint Menu (MGSE) to be in tune with the pop-up menu selector (in gnome-shell)
Edited the work-space switcher on MGSE bottom panel in tue with the theme.
Minor text-shadow issue that i was unable to solve (the last letter in the popup text was not showing the text-shadow - though it was not noticeable), i modified it a bit to make it look better.
a) Added Cinnamon desktop compatibility.
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