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I use arc-theme since a long time ago and I am pretty happy with it. Dark version : Darker version : Here how you can install it: sudo sh -c "echo 'deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/Horst3180/xUbuntu_15.10/ /' >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/arc-theme.list" sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install arc-theme
I haven't found a documentation, but I have found the source code ;) apt-get source unity-greeter tar xf unity-greeter_*.tar.xz cd unity-greeter As the name of the file gtk.css says, it's an CSS file with definitions for classes. Let's start a grep % grep -r 'add_class' * Binary file deb/usr/sbin/unity-greeter matches Binary file ...
To install a new theme it would suffice to copy it to ~/.local/share/themes, and activate it using Unity Tweak Tool. Running update-alternatives won't be necessary. Some themes are available via PPAs. Numix for example. PPAs usually install them in /usr/share/themes and /usr/share/icons/, so it seems to me that your ~/icons folder is one created by ...
Sure, I'm running it right now, and it's working pretty well mostly. There are two major problems that I'm experiencing that are deal breakers for me. Both problems affect only applications that are not eOS applications, such as firefox. When you start one of these applications, and right click on the icon in the dock, and click "keep in dock", it doesn't ...
First you will need to find a theme with the buttons you want and install that theme. You can find many OSX themes at gnome-look, search gtk3 theme in the type and osx in the description, though I will recommend you, based on your question, this nice flat Yosemite theme (Developers screenshot). This should look really nice with the Arc theme, in my ...
You could try noobslab's Windows 7/8 theme. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/themes sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/icons sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install win-themes sudo apt-get install win-icons Source
You can scale back menus in Settings -> Display. There is a slider that is set to 1.00 by default. This slider controls the relative size of menus and UI elements. This may greatly help your problem. Also, you might want to consider replacing the LCD with a higher-res screen. I'm pretty sure that is an upgradable option.
This is kind of an old question, Anyway there is a new GTK GUI inspection tool added with GTK v3.14. GtkInspector is the built-in interactive debugging support in GTK+. It was added in GTK+ 3.14, based on a copy of the well-estabished gtkparasite. To enable the debugger, either start your app with GTK_DEBUG=interactive in your environment, or run ...
It install a theme here is what you need to do: > tar xf package.tar.gz > sudo mv package /usr/share/themes to activate, open Unity Tweak Tool (UTT), and go to Appearance and then Theme. And select your desired theme (package)!
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