I'm trying to find a good GTK theme that I like for certain applications. Trouble is, I don't use Gnome-- I have OpenSUSE 12.2 x64 with KDE 4.9 only. So if I've downloaded a theme tarball, what can I do to make KDE aware of it? Is it a matter of putting it in a certain location?
Kind of a noob question. How do you install themes from kde look. In some other distro when you wanted to change a theme you would have a "get new theme" button that would open up kde look in a window and let you choose what theme you want to install.
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
Together with the new Ubuntu Lucid Lynx release, Canonical is actually introduce the new theme on the new Ubuntu 10.04. The new Ubuntu Logo already launched and it has thinner font and smaller icon. In my own opinion, the new Ubuntu logo is quite better than all previoust logos.
Hello all I have tried many Linux distros (Mandriva, Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, Arch etc...) but I have to say that the one I liked best was openSUSE. I just love YaST and how all the settings are in one GUI. I am still very new to openSUSE but so far my experience with it has been really good. Thank you openSUSE! :)