It's not actually possible to use either the Emerald or gtk theme under gnome-shell, since Emerald (the provider of the window border) requires Compiz which cannot be used with gnome-shell's Mutter. And the gtk2 theme can't be used unless it's ported. Sadly.
Hey, awesome theme, but I've got some problems installing this. I previously had some other theme installed (also with Emerald) that worked fine, so I hope that's not the problem. So when I apply the theme, it looks like this [link] Any ideas what the problem could be and how to fix it? Thanks in advance.
I'm using this theme and it's AMAZING! I only have one problem, with the scrollbar that only shows correctly in administrator windows (like nautilus opened as root or synaptic). I opened a thread with my problem here: [link] (attached a screenshot so you cans see what i am talking about ) if anyone knows a solution please help
Are you crazy? Do not submit this masterpiece in the project's official Gaia 10? This is by far one of the best themes we can find for Linux! For many years I have used your themes, from Windows XP to Linux and so far you are the best designer of skins I could find! Keep the great work and Thank you!
From a Windows/Linux user point of view and without the advertisement crap: Windows(and MacOS) is not Customizable, all you can do is change the wallpaper and the color scheme, but people patch certain files so you can do more , after that everything relies on patching and replacing system files which is dangerous, time consuming and very user unfriendly. Or by using 3rd party software.
On the other hand, Linux has everything open, it means, all you have to do to use the theme is install and use the theme, all you have to do to change an icon is to replace it(or modify it if it's in SVG format), and what you can do with the themes is unlimited(take this work as an example).
linux has very less users & not a user friendly to install a software ,i need to go for packages,etc windows has very easy install & uninstall feature OK u r right,linux works very fast !! & customizable
Depends with distro you use. If you take a look a Ubuntu's, it's very simple!
On the other hand, ArchLinux for exemple, has only a text-based package manager but it's the quickest I know! All you have to do is to type "sudo pacman -S <package>" and it works! After that, you can do aliases on commands so you can type "install <package>" instead of "sudo pacman -S <package>" in the terminal for exemple.
Don't forget that in Windows, the programs are installed everywhere and it becomes a mess after some weeks. In Linux, all the files are organized automatically (or almost...).
lol. You can not customize windows because its not open source, you may be able to change some things like visual styles or other program additions but that's it. Linux is open source, meaning you can change anything you want, absolutely anything and that is something no other OS will allow. The whole purpose of linux was to give power to the people to do what they want with it.