Which files in
~/ store settings for Compiz, GTK and icons?
Every new user uses files from
etc\skel. I want, when I create a new user, for that user to use my GTK theme, Compiz settings, icons and fonts by default.
OK, solved by reading manuals. .gconf, .config and .locale needed to copy to /etc/skel/
Themes and Icons stored in ~/.themes or ~/.icons cannot be shared with other users on the same computer.
To achieve theme and icon sharing you need to store them in usr/share/themes and usr/share/icons respectively.
Edited Answer (Based on Comment clarity)
To copy themes and icons here you need type gksu nautilus in Terminal
1: Right click on your Theme folder and select Properties (in your case Orta)
2: Select the Permissions Tab
3: Go to "Others" and Make sure Folder access is set to "Access Files"
4: Change File Access to Read or Read and Write
Your theme will be available to others
Your ~/.compiz folder is hidden in your Home Folder. Select ctrl-h to reveal.
Themes are stored in
The compiz settings are from 11.04 on stored in this folders:
Taken from: http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Compiz_CCSM?redirect=no#CCSM-Datenablage