Themes that make your desktop look like a Mac have always been popular among the users of any desktop environment. Although Gnome Shell looks and is very cool, many users still prefer to transform it into something more Mac-like.
Gnome Cupertino is a GTK 3.6 theme that has received a lot of work with attention to details and functionality. A new version was made available yesterday bringing fixes, corrections and small aesthetic changes.
I can’t say much about this theme other than the fact that it is very carefully designed through a long time, it will make your desktop look like a Mac and if you don’t know what that means cause you never saw a Mac desktop in your like, it means that your desktop will look more polished and more “metalic” and that all window buttons will become rounded and colored. Take a look below:
Version 2.1.1 changelog
This maintenance release includes the following changes:
- Improved rhythmbox sidebar color
- Nautilus 3.6: pathbar better spacing, improved icons sidebar color
- Fixed checkbox and radiobutton symbols in menus
- Fixed Level-bar widget
- Fixed synaptic toolbar (GTK3)
- Other minor fixes
So, do you like the idea of having a Mac-looking Gnome Shell? Gnome Cupertino will certainly deliver :)