>> Some of you might have already noticed, that the Adwaita theme has
>> been updated recently. It now includes a full GTK2 port, replacing
>> the old Clearlooks fallback. That's great in general, but seems to
>> cause some issues with non-GNOME DEs.
> well, it's good news that default gnome3 theme finally have a gtk2
> counterpart, but that's far as the fun things go, IMHO. I've never been
> a great proponent of Adwaita, I actually consider it to be rather on the
> ugly side (inconsistent, looking half-done, plus the issues you talk
> about), IMHO clearlooks, while oldish, looks waaay better and it has
> **normal** scrollbars. On that note, I googled a little and it seems
> there is an unofficial port of Clearlooks for GTK3:
> Maybe we can try that? As for greybird and similar -- well, it looks
> great (and unlike with Adwaita, I can see the designer(s) had put a lot
> of effort in every single detail), but IMHO it's not very good for
> long-term usage by your average fedora user.
Clearlooks is quite outdated. I would really welcome a port of Nodoka ;)
It must be something that's packaged.
I can't say much as I use a downloaded theme too and have neither
Adwaita (which BTW is the older version still in F17) nor *looks.
But whichever is better done all around should be used, I suppose.