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Im looking for a way to install the User-Theme extension in Ubuntu Quantal with gnome 3.6 and from my understanding you need to install the gnome-shell-extensions package.

I'm unable to find any compatible version of this anywhere thats not going to give me dependency errors or broke my system.

If anyone knows how to help me out, could you please let me know.

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closed as too localized by jokerdino, Tom Brossman, Eliah Kagan, John S Gruber, Mitch Oct 4 '12 at 11:43

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I am closing this as too localized because the recent update to gnome-shell-extensions should help you install it at the moment. (Source: I am running Quantal). – jokerdino Oct 3 '12 at 9:39
shell extension or shell theme? – penreturns Oct 3 '12 at 10:13

Hi look at this page , its having gnome-extensions package for Ubuntu 12.10 .

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You can install all extensions you want from , just browse it with either firefox or chrome/chromium and flip the switch to "ON".

Since today, even the user theme extension is working for me in quantal.

The packages for quantal did not work for me, and the gnome advanced settings is now called gnome tweak tool.

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