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I wanna theme Ubuntu Unity on Natty Narwhal but I don't know where they are or if I can even do this. Like the transparent background, icons, all of it.

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You can find some of the images Unity uses in /usr/share/unity/themes. You can try editing these. For other things like the top panel, windows and general icons (stuff you can theme under normal GNOME), check out a site like GNOME-Look.org for a wide variety of pre-made themes, some of which were designed with Unity in mind.

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Which images?

Assuming you mean icons since that's the most common change related to images for theming, they're located in /usr/share/icons

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Like the transparent background, icons, all of it. – Earl Larson May 2 '11 at 1:30
    
@AvatarKava, I think he wants to theme things like the panel, launcher background, etc. Those things are located elsewhere. – Christopher Kyle Horton Jul 7 '11 at 20:25

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