Make Your Linux Desktop Look Like a Mac

Discussion in 'HOWTO-Related Questions' started by dhabell, Oct 31, 2007.

  1. dhabell

    dhabell New Member

    I have a question regarding step 2 (Applying a GTK Icon Theme). It says to go to System > Preferences > Themes > Cusomize > icons. When I look under Preferences there is no option for themes. The closet thing I see to themes in the Emerald Theme Manager.
     
  2. kifuat

    kifuat New Member

    dhabell,

    The themes is in System>Prefernce>Appearance then Customize.
    Unfortunately, for you (and me) using GNOME 2.20 (?), you can not customize much, except delete.

    60 views, and this is the first answer?
     
  3. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

  4. beachreader

    beachreader New Member

    hey there using ubuntu 7.04

    hey there my os is feisty fawn 7.04 by ubuntu and under : system> preferences > there is no appearance option....tried desktop background and effects and no luck...so I have not be able to get pass step 2...any suggestions. grazie!
     
  5. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Did you try the instructions for GNOME 2.18 or GNOME 2.20? Feisty uses 2.18.
     
  6. kifuat

    kifuat New Member

    More adapted for newbie

    Additional update is also expected, to make it easier to follow. I am referring to affinity mentioned in awn, could not find the package! The use of apt-get does not give any result, and research on the web, show that it is only available in tarball.
    Font installation does not work for me, either.
    But so far I have already a look of Mac on my laptop.
    Cheer
     

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