Dark theme with good coverage

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  • arc-theme

    A flat theme with transparent elements (actively maintained fork) (by jnsh)

    arc-theme with kvantum look petty good imo.

  • Kvantum

    A Linux SVG-based theme engine for Qt and KDE

    arc-theme with kvantum look petty good imo.

  • InfluxDB

    Access the most powerful time series database as a service. Ingest, store, & analyze all types of time series data in a fully-managed, purpose-built database. Keep data forever with low-cost storage and superior data compression.

  • qt6ct

    Qt6 Configuration Tool

    kvantum can use arc theme and apply it for qt's app with qt5ct and qt6ct

  • dots

    I think Ive got everything in my dots if there is anything missing I can add it in

  • base16

    Not a theme, but a framework

    Stuff with base16 support is a good place to look. I've had good luck with Gruvbox (dark, hard).

  • themix-gui

    Graphical application for generating different color variations of Oomox (Numix-based) and Materia (ex-Flat-Plat) themes (GTK2, GTK3, Cinnamon, GNOME, Openbox, Xfwm), Archdroid, Gnome-Color, Numix, Papirus and Suru++ icon themes. Have a hack for HiDPI in gtk2. Its Base16 plugin also allowing a lot of app themes support like Alacritty, Emacs, GTK4, KDE, VIM and many more.

    1- Install Themix. Generate the theme, for both gtk and qt, and select the theme through qt5ct.

  • Gruvbox-Kvantum

    kvantum theme based on Gruvbox color pallete https://github.com/morhetz/gruvbox

    2- Install Kvantum. Search for kvantum gruvbox on google, for example this, or look into KDE store. Install the theme with Kvantum, and in qt5ct, change the theme style to kvantum.

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  • Gradience

    Change the look of Adwaita, with ease

    Or you could use Themix, like you said, but this only covers gtk2, gtk3 and qt. I think for gtk4 you could use Gradience, but I have never used myself.

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