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I would say, Numix is a good choice sudo add-apt-repository ppa:numix/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install numix-gtk-theme
Here are a couple of themes I found, but I have not used them This one looks like win 8 desktop (same as 10), flat windows, blue colour etc... This one is more windows seven than eight, but the description on the page implies that it install a whole pack of windows based themes and icons, so you might find something there. You can also look at Gnome ...
Purge the gnome-shell. ubuntu-gnome-desktop is only a meta package and removes nothing. After that, you should install Unity again, it could be broken. Sample output % sudo apt-get remove --purge ubuntu-gnome-desktop Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done The following package was automatically ...
If the .themes directory doesn't exist in your user's /home directory, you can just create it, then put any downloaded themes in there. This alone will not install the theme, that's where the unity-tweak-tool comes in. This guide is nice and clear, they only add the Numix ppa as an example, but the rest of the instructions should be applicable.
Clementine and VLC are Qt applications, and Numix is a GTK theme, so you need to tell Qt applications to use GTK themes. This can be done by installing 'qt4-qtconfig'. sudo apt-get install qt4-qtconfig Then find the application in your menu called "Qt 4 Settings" and run it. In "Qt 4 Settings" where it says "GUI Style - Select GUI Style:", choose "GTK+" ...
Looking at Open Desktop, I found these two themes Windows 2000 Theme. Theme/Style for KDE 2.1 Windows 2000 0.1, KDE Color Scheme KDE4 You can look at the above site for more themes, that might be available. Hope that helps.
Removing ~/.gconf didn't fix it for me. I found that my particular case was probably due to a crash of upowerd. What I did to fix it: sudo apt-get install libimobiledevice-utils Unplug all USB devices (for me it was a headset, Windows Phone, and iPod) Reboot
You need to add -moz-appearance: none; to all your CSS rules. If that alone doesn't make it, you'll have to add a fix to your gtk-2.0 theme. Check the answer for: How to fix firefox's look with a dark theme?
Yes! Thank you that worked. What I had to do, was open up Unity.mo, and change the "Ubuntu Desktop^Ubuntu Desktop" at the end; to "Ubuntu Desktop^Titan OS". For the help of other looking to do the same. Here is the commands that finally did it. cd / cd /usr/share/locale/en/LC_MESSAGES sudo nano unity.mo Scroll to the end, and change "Ubuntu ...
I use Azenis. It's a animated one that's not too animated. You can find more at gnome-look.org and clicking on x11 cursor themes.
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