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Is there a way to make gnome-shell themes work with Unity? Thanks!

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I must say that it doesn't, the Gnome-shell themes are not entirely compatible.

The themes that are supported by Unity are GTK+ & GTK2 & GTK3.

You can download this themes from this place, or find more in Google. After download the theme, you have to install it.
e.g.:

orion_theme

There are other themes that you can install more easily (from the terminal).

And don't forget that you can make your own theme for Unity!

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GNOME 3 themes? Install gnome-tweak-tool (via USC or via apt-get), and change Theme->GTK+ Theme.

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