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 How to...

 
 by yehudah on: Jan 22 2008
 
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I use Linux Mint Darnya 4.0.

All I have to do is extract the download to my home directory's .themes folder... .and when I open the appearance applet, it is there.

mmmm minty!!


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 Re: How to...

 
 by code933k on: Feb 24 2008
 
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Indeed that should happen in whatever distribution you are used to.

The themes are gnome related not distribution related.

Cheers.


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 changing Themes

 
 by pipone on: Jan 24 2008
 
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Hy to all,

I got some problems with changin the Theme of my ubuntu 7.10.
When I open the downloaded folder i cant see any Start Icone that permitt me to install this Theme.
Probably I m Wrong.

Could somebody help me with it?

Cheers
Pipone


PIPONE
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 Re: changing Themes

 
 by code933k on: Jan 31 2008
 
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This is not an Ubuntu problem as Gnome (often named GTK2 because of its graphic libraries) is the environment you are using.

So if you want a manual install, download and decompress the icon packages to .icons

If you want "themes" then .themes is the forder you are searching for.

It is easy too dropping the downloaded file to the gnome-theme-manager window.

Regards


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 Re: Re: changing The

 
 by code933k on: Jan 31 2008
 
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The specific folders I named where, for example: /home/youralias/.icons


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 emerald not work

 
 by FeIn on: Feb 5 2008
 
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i already installed emerald themer..
but when i selected on theme..
nothing happen..
why?
plz help me..


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 Re: emerald not work

 
 by penguinw on: Feb 6 2008
 
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Have you tried running emerald, type "emerald" in terminal.


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 How

 
 by taurusx on: Feb 11 2008
 
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Guys!!! I'm a newbie and got Ubuntu 7.10. I want to know how to install themes. For example, I want to install 'neutronium unity' and I see a file to download. But where do I install it to? Also, what is GTK 2.x? Do I need to install this to? Hope you guys can help me..

I wish there was a guide for installing themes somewhere.


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 Re: How

 
 by kingofscusa on: Feb 14 2008
 
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simple download the file and then open up the appearance window (system > preferences > appearance) Then just drag the theme into the list of themes if something goes wrong contact the author


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 help question

 
 by marcykid on: Feb 17 2008
 
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When I download wallpapers they all have the same name: download.php. Ubuntu asks me to rename them to jpeg files. I've done this and put the DL'd images in a folder on my desktop where I can drag them into the appearance preferences window... which works, but isn't there an easier way than this? Right now I have to download one at a time, rename it, move it to a folder, then drag it in to appearances. I gotta be doing it wrong.


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 Re: help question

 
 by code933k on: Feb 24 2008
 
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Yeah, I had the same problem some time ago. Ubuntu keeps it's "bleeding edge" a little outdated, just wait a little for updates and there shouldn't be any problem.

By the way if you do use Firefox try with Epiphany -which is better indeed.


Writing for money and preservation of copyright are, at bottom, the ruin of literature.
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 Re: help question

 
 by TheRob on: Feb 28 2008
 
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I just have to say that I absolutely agree with
code933k!

Epiphany is the browser to use!!

I absolutely hate firefox.

//Robert


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 HOW???

 
 by AkumaShiro on: Feb 20 2008
 
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How do you install screenlets? The one I downloaded says to install it into

/usr/local/share/screenlets

but I don't have the screenlets folder, and I am unable to make one in the share folder. When I try to create folder in the extracting screen, it says access denied.

So, how do you install screenlets?


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 Re: HOW???

 
 by marcaemus on: Feb 21 2008
 
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You need root priviledges to install. Depending on your distro you could try
$> su
{enter root password}
mkdir /usr/local/share/screenlets

or use sudo:
$> sudo mkdir /usr/local/share/screenlets
{enter root password}

I notice however, that the newer versions of screenlets install themselves properly with 'make install'. What about installing from a Deb or Rpm package?


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