|Yaru Light as of September 9, 2019|
The Yaru theme may get a full light theme (and a full dark theme that already exists, but needs further refinement) instead of the hybrid theme currently used by default in Ubuntu.[Update] This article was originally about Pull requirements Not yet merged. A few hours after launch, the pull request has been merged and the full Yaru light theme is now available in the theme Git Master. This also means that the full Yaru light theme will use Ubuntu by default, but it is unclear whether this will be on Ubuntu 19.10Eoan Ermine (late development cycle, expected to be released on October 17) or the next Ubuntu version 20.04. Light and dark mixed theme May still provide Use Ubuntu 20.04.[Another update] These changes have been implemented in Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine, which will be released on October 17. There are currently no mixed theme options, so it looks like users must now settle between light or dark Yaru themes (or use Adwaita, install another theme, etc.) at least until Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.
Although users have been expressing their opinions on the need to use the all-light theme on Ubuntu by default, this is not why the Yaru light theme is discussed. Instead, it looks like there is Lack of contrast in title bar buttons Compared to the background, this is the source of Yaru Light’s creativity.
Yaru theme contributor Feichtmeier, total Problems encountered when using mixed themes (light theme with dark title bar), including Gtk is Not ready For an inverted title bar, and “in darkly-lit rooms, darker title bars are less usable than lighter ones,” and added that basically all platforms or toolkits are day / night Use a full light or dark theme.
|Original “hybrid” Yaru from git (light but with dark title bar)|
It’s important to note that this is in progress! Those who want to provide feedback on Yaru should have a full shaded version, more can be achieved by visiting the following URL: