I have had the Mac OSX Lion theme theme installed for a month or two now, and am ready to either try a new theme, or go back to the default Unity theme.
How can I completely remove this theme?
So I was thinking about installing a Mac OSX Lion theme onto my ubuntu 12.04 computer (just for fun). I have never installed a theme before but I have watched videos and know in general how it is done but one question still remains.
After installing Mac OSX Lion theme (for example) can I easily and quickly switch back to my previous 12.04 settings?
Hi, I installed a bunch of gnome 3 themes in Fedora 17 via yum, but they aren't showing anywhere when I start gnome-tweak-tool.
Why is this broken?
these are the themes:
yum install zukitwo-gtk3-theme adwaita-gtk3-theme albatross-gtk3-theme bluebird-gtk3-theme egtk-gtk3-theme greybird-gtk3-theme light-gtk3-theme zukini-gtk3-theme zukiwi-gtk3-theme
So, I have read that some people have experienced this issue in 11.04 / 11.10. I've also read that it could be compatibility with GTK 2 / 3? SO...I'll just get to my little issue and see what comes about.
When I use a 3rd Party theme (Orta currently), from time to time when I work away, I'll notice that the theme half changes back to the default theme.