A GTK+ theme for Pop!_OS
Pop supports Gtk+ 3.22.x
* Gtk+-3.0 >= 3.22 * Gtk+-2.0 >= 2.24.30 * gtk2-engines-pixbuf >= 2.24.30 * gtk2-engines-murrine >= 0.98.1
- For GTK, use icons alongside Pop Icon Theme
- For fonts, use:
Window Titles: Fira Sans SemiBold 10
Interface: Fira Sans Book 10
Documents: Roboto Slab Regular 11
Monospace: Fira Mono Regular 11
Pop is intended to be installed through the package manager. Packages for Pop are available in PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:system76/pop sudo apt update sudo apt install pop-theme
It's recommended to use the
pop-theme metapackage, as this will pull in all components of the look. However, individual components can be installed separately, e.g:
sudo apt install pop-gtk-theme
It's also recommended to restart the GNOME Shell after applying the theme of your choice.
Enter the Shell's command launcher
Alt + F2
This will restart the Shell after you hit Enter
Installation from Git Source
This is the recommended method for users who aren't on Pop.
Note: You must have sassc installed in order to build Pop. Users of 17.04 or later can all build-dependencies using:
sudo apt install sassc meson libglib2.0-dev
For making modifications to assets, you will additionally need these two:
sudo apt install inkscape optipng
- If previous versions were installed/existed, remove them first.
sudo apt remove pop-gtk-theme sudo rm -rf /usr/share/themes/Pop* rm -rf ~/.local/share/themes/Pop* rm -rf ~/.themes/Pop*
- Clone the repository.
git clone https://github.com/pop-os/gtk-theme.git cd gtk-theme
- Generate the theme files.
meson build && cd build ninja
- Install the theme.
Rebuilding after modifications:
You shouldn't need to rebuild the entire theme after modifications. If you make
changes to any GTK3 or GTK2 assets, delete the old rendered copies and use the
render-assets.sh script to regenerate those with new ones with your
- Prepare for Steam theming (priority: Low)
Most files: GPL-3.0+ Upstream Adwaita: LGPLv2.1 Sound theme: CC-BY-SA-4.0
SVG files are licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0
Special Thanks to
Nana-4, the developer of Materia. tista500 and the Adapta Theme Project: https://github.com/adapta-project/