A semi-transparent Cinnamon theme, with Firefox extra and Conky. Inspired by the CBlack theme (author: cloweling).
If you want a panel that is not transparent, modify the line
300 of the file
For example: background-color: rgba(53, 57, 69,
0.50); . A value of
0 is equivalent to total transparency and
1 is totally opaque. Restart Cinnamon (Ctrl+Alt+Esc) for immediate modification.
This is a css file that changes the color of the address bar according to the security of a site:
Just copy the file
~/.themes/CGreen/cinnamon/userChrome.css and paste it into
~/.mozilla/firefox/YOUR_PROFILE/chrome/. If the
chrome directory is not present in your profile, you will need to create it.
From Firefox 69 and after:
You must type
about:config in the address bar and then modify the value
toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets by double-clicking on it to switch it to
/!\ IMPORTANT: From Firefox 75 and after /!\
You must also change the following key to
Without this modifications, the extra doesn't work.
conky-allpackage, depending on the GNU/Linux distribution.
curlmust already be present, if it isn't, you should install it as well.
Download the Brizel font here, then unzip into
fc-cache -f -vcommand may be needed to update the fonts.
- Copy the file located in
~/.themes/CGreen/cinnamon/TimeFulland paste it into
~/.conky(these are hidden folders: Ctrl+h to show them). You must also allow the file to run with the command
chmod 750 ~/.conky/TimeFull. More informations can be found at the beginning of the file.
- 1.8: Correction of the menu display (official and alternatives) + modification of the IP URL in Conky.
- 1.7: add conky.
- 1.6: fixes the workspace-switcher offset.
- 1.5: fixed a bug in the panel-launchers applet for vertical panels, magnification of some panel elements.
- 1.4: workspace-graph editing.
- 1.3: slight panel touch-ups.
- 1.2: instruction for the extra from Firefox 69.
- 1.1: modification of the workspace applet (visual representation).
- 1.0: first version (Cinnamon 4).
This theme is distributed under the terms of the GPLv3.0 license.