You can already have that in Natty. It is unlikely that it will be an official 'backport' since that's not Ubuntu's way.
- All credits go to James Schriver/
Dashua from launchpad.
- Only for Natty.
- From OMG Ubuntu:
Global dark toolbars
Put together by Dashua, the following Natty-only PPA contains a modified version of the Ubuntu light themes that applies this ‘dark toolbar’ style to all of your installed GTK+ applications.
As this ‘style’ is very much in-progress it doesn’t work correctly with all applications. Bear this in mind before installing, and make a back-up of the original Ambiance theme in case you wish to revert.
Also provided via Dashua’s PPA is a patched version of
Getting the changes
You can upgrade your version of Ambiance and Nautilus with these unsupported changes by adding
ppa:dashua/ppa to your software sources (see the
Technical details about this PPA on how to add a PPA).
Once added, run the
Update Manager to apply the relevant updates. Select
Ambiance in the
Appearance Properties window for the theme to take effect. You may need to log out and back in in-order for changes to Nautilus to appear.
Also note that this version of Ambiance has
Faenza set as the default icon set. If you don’t wish to use the Faenza icon pack you can change. Click the
customize button in
Appearance Preferences, go to the
icon tab and choose an icon set of your choosing. The default
Ubuntu icon set is
Ubuntu Mono Dark.
And it will look like this: