Suppose I am trying some distro (with Gnome) and I like some theme. How can I copy for installation in another computer?
Usually GTK themes that installed by package manager stored is
You can just copy directory with the same name as theme you like into the same directory in another computer (to
Also you can check the index.theme and look for dependencies. For example this picture shows that the themes "elementary", "eHomosapien", "elementary-monochrome" and "Shere_Khan_X" are also needed for "PinguyOS" theme to work well.
Finally, to change the pointer the following is needed since Ubuntu 10.10:
Edit this file:
and add the theme you want (see this example:)
Than restart compiz:
Open terminal and
You will see some folders with the name of the themes installed.
copy the folder of the theme you were looking for and keep it somewhere else.