There is two gtk themes included with metacity and xfwm4 theme.Also, there is two firefox theme.Emerald theme is impossible to make to look nice,so I won't make it. Please read the README file. Google Chrome theme [link]
Just want you to know that I really appreciate your work and attention to detail. Hopefully you'll accept my observation regarding Moonlight2 in comparison to both Silent Night II and Dark Star as a humble means of attempting to assist you to make Moonlight2 better.
When accessing submenus from within either your Dark Star or Silent Night II Suites, the menu, submenus are clearly marked in a consistent and meaningful manner.
The menu sequence, by which I mean the manner of how menu items are highlighted are not consistent or sensible.
Within Silent Night II for instance if I select an item within a menu the selection I've made via my cursor is clearly marked as are any submenus and options within the submenus which are available for use. Those items unavailable for use are greyed out or clearly indicated as unavailable options. This is not so within Moonlight2.
Withing Moonlight2 options within the main menu are indicated as available however other options which should also be available are darkened providing the hint that those options are not available when in fact they are very much active and available to be selected by the cursor. Likewise for submenus and submenus of submenus which becomes very confusing to retain in human memory all the options which should be available as the whole point of a GUI is to act as a sort of a passive reminder or passible helpful tool. Moonlight2 fails as a helpful tool in that regard.
If you can resolve these problems within Moonlight2 successfully I'll be happy to return to your site and download the update.
One more thing, I really like the Turquoise color; would it be possible to have the dark grey buttons, scroll bars, etc. appear in that color?
Thanks again for your consideration of my observations.
mahngiel may have the same issue I was about to raise. I use the GTK and also the Firefox theme and the issue is in Firefox. The google search box fine but any standard text entry box the box is dark and the text is similarly dark (not an issue here on DeviantArt but the standard text input boxes provided by unstyled HTML forms.
It could be fixed either by altering the text colour or the box. I'd probably vote to make the box a lighter shade that fits the GTK windows but you may feel the box should be dark to suit the theme and in that case the text needs to be lighter.