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 how to install themes

 
 by ton2krm on: Aug 18 2009
 
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im new here and on using ubuntu and i dont know how to install the themes ive downloaded recently any help step by step instructions.

im using

Ubuntu 9.04 - the Jaunty Jackalope

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GNOME v2.26.1


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 Re: how to install themes

 
 by CoolMeEddy on: Aug 19 2009
 
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Dude I have the same question!!!
I just switched from windows to Linux 9.04. It is great, fast and all that, but I can't do sh!t in it. For the past three days all I'm trying to do is install at least one theme (despite the one's already installed in the OS), and nothing works. tar.gz files don't work, well pretty much nothing works.
I installed a bunch of crap that I don't even know what it is, just on forums people talk about having one thing, then another, then the third, in the end I don't even know where it is or remember what it's for.
I downloaded Addison Wesley's book on moving from windows to linux, it helped a little, but GOD I can't still intall one darn theme.
I have no idea what GTK, Metacafe, or Compiz theme or what they do, since none of them work!!
Can some one tell me where do I start from the VERY beginning. I'm starting to think I'm fully retarded... lol I'm desperate!! For some reason it's quite a challenge switching from Windows to Linux.
Thnx for tolerating me.


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 Re: Re: how to install themes

 
 by dah on: Aug 19 2009
 
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http://ubuntuforums.org/
most helpful ubuntu ppl you're gonna find on the internet.
great place to start.


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 Re: how to install themes

 
 by dah on: Aug 19 2009
 
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depends what kind of theme.
most you can install by
system->preferences->appearance
and drag and drop into that window.


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 Re: Re: how to install themes

 
 by CoolMeEddy on: Aug 19 2009
 
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Here's the thing, when I drag theme's into the theme window it always says that it's in an invalid format. And that is the problem I can't seam to resolve.


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 Re: Re: Re: how to install themes

 
 by MrDelish on: Oct 7 2009
 
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Give us an example of a theme you're having problems with. I've downloaded several themes from, say, DeviantArt that are in a ZIP format. The Linux standard format is tar.gz which can be dragged and dropped into the theme box, but other formats can be tricky. If it's in another format other than tar.gz, you may have to extract it until it's just a folder and then drag and drop it.


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 creating a brick wall written

 
 by thepaperboy on: Sep 7 2009
 
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hi everybody,
I and one friend are working to create a site we'd like to be a newspaper on linux and open-source news, to help people like this world to follow the news the are interested in (eg. digital photo, office programm, new distro and so on). we're creating the header for our site, but we're not so good in draw: we would like to write "W Linux" on a white brick wall (in italian, w linux means life to linux forever). if anyone would help us (he/she could also join our project following graphics argument), we'd glade to receive your jpg at silviogulizia@fastwebnet.it. remember to put your tag on the wall and send us your site name to publish it on our site.


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 Leet porting skill plz!

 
 by Cygoku on: Sep 10 2009
 
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Please ô please, would someone with leet gtj2 theming skill porting this old but very good looking theme Murinna-Neon ??

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Murrina-Neon?content=75235

The theme is very nice, but it lacks a lot of the new features from newest gtk2 engine such as the one bundled with Jaunty.

If you accept the challenge, please contact me by pm or email !!

Tia,

Cygoku


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 Re: Leet porting skill plz!

 
 by Padster on: Sep 17 2009
 
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i was going to try, but i looked and there are no pictures in the file. how do u do that?


Dont panic.
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 new here!

 
 by majorstar on: Oct 2 2009
 
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i wanna install cursor theme aero.
i just downloaded it and extract to desktop. but nothing happened. what did i do wrong?

plz help. thänks!


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 Re: new here!

 
 by Padster on: Oct 3 2009
 
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u just extracted it. u usually don't even need to do that. u right click on the desktop and hit "change background" then go to the tab "themes" and hit "install" browse to the tar.gz file of the cursor and hit "open" and it should be installed, and all u have to do is go to "customize" and change the cursor to the one u installed. (at least that's how u do it in ubuntu)

hope i helped!

(btw, why on earth do u want a windows theme? it linux for pete's sake!)


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 Neutronium theme!! help

 
 by MikeDK on: Oct 3 2009
 
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is it possible to migrate the old Neutronium theme to the new gnomeUI so its integrates rightfully?
heres an old screen of it on ubuntu 7.04 desktop. http://img141.imageshack.us/img141/3818/skrmbillede4ba2.png

Kind Regards MikeDK


microsoft gives u windows, Linux gives u da whole House :-P
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 gnomenu

 
 by naitsir on: Oct 7 2009
 
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hi,
does anybody know, how to create submenus for gnomenu as shown here:

http://gtk-apps.org/content/show.php?content=93056&forumpage=6

in screenshot 3 ?

thanks
Christian


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