I currently have Fedora 18 with Cinnamon as my desktop, and I'm looking to install GTK themes so I can change how my windows look. I did some searching and have not come up with results that have helped. I do have a .themes folder for Cinnamon themes, but can't find a way to get GTK themes so I can use them.
I have recently downloaded backside onto my phone and I am. Having one problem. When I am in a app and the screen times out I turn the phone back on and I can not do anything except press the power button. It won't even shut off until I take the battery out. Please help! Thanks
I have a rooted T989 running 4.1.2.I have searched the forum but could not find any themes for the stock ROM.All the themes seem to be for custom ROM's.Can anyone tell me some nice themes(flashable zips) for 4.1.2 that I can easily apply?
These themes are taken from Gnome look and you can see their screenshot and find the downland link next to it. If you come across any other cool themes, feel free to let us know and we will make theme available here so that everyone can benefit from them
I have successfully rooted my phone and flashed the Backside ROM per Whyzor's howto guide. I'm comfortable with backing up and restoring various builds of Backside, finally settling on the 01312012 build.
Now its playtime....
I want to try ICS/CM9 and am working through the various posts here.
nabeelimran wrote:Nice review and sum-up :-)One more thing I noticed that the gconf theme settings don't work if the themes are in ~/.themes. They have to be placed in /usr/share/themes.You are right about the ~bird theme series. These have been made fro XUbuntu specifically.
I've been downloading some XFCE4 themes and some in GTK+2.0 themes and whenever I select the GTK+2.0 theme the system goes really slow. I have the GTK+2.0 engine installed and have copied the themes to /usr/share/themes directory.
Found a lot of themes while surfing websites for the best Dark Gnome Themes, those themes will required GTK 2.x , Emeraled, compiz for extra visualization. you can make your own customization using Emeraled or basically customize theme from Appearance Preferences.