Even after the introduction of Unity, many users still prefer using Gnome. Perhaps one of the best features of the Gnome desktop is the ability to add new themes with the help of the Gnome Tweak Tool. However, the complexity of GTK3 themes in Gnome 3 can make it a bit confusing to install a theme. In this post we will show you how to install Gnome themes in Ubuntu.
In a previous post I showed you How To Make Ubuntu Look Like Mac OS X Lion, this time I have another transformation guide, to make your Ubuntu desktop look like Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0. Ice Cream Shell theme is a Gnome Shell, which is based on the default theme of Android 4.0. This theme can be easily applied in Gnome 3, by using the Gnome Tweak Tool. Below Continue Reading →
Ubuntu 11.10 users who are using the Gnome 3 shell require installing some essential applications to enhance Oneiric functionality. These include CompizConfig Settings Manager, Gnome Tweak Tool and XScreenSaver. Recently, a third-party developer has created an all in one script, known as The Theme Script. This script provides installation of CCSM, the Faenza icons, London Smoke gnome-shell, Gnome Tweak Tool, XScreenSaver, Plastiq RC2 GTK3 theme, as well as a script Continue Reading →
Gnome Tweak Tool is a handy application, which enables tweaking Gnome 3 settings. Gnome Tweak Tool provides options to switch and install the gnome-shell, GTK, window, icon/cursor themes and to change the title bar fonts and icons within menu buttons. Furthermore, you can change the default font size of the Gnome shell, file manager’s desktop icons, title bar click action, shell clock settings and antialiasing.