Developers and Ubuntu enthusiasts are being encouraged to help test the improved version of the Ubuntu Ambiance theme. As revealed in our interview with the Ubuntu Desktop team, Ubuntu 17.10 won’t ship with a new desktop theme — well, not […]
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WINE and/or Windows XP users wanting to add some Ubuntu style to their desktops have long been able to do so by using a custom-made 'Ubuntu Theme for Windows'. That theme has been updated to resemble Ambiance (and Radiance) as found in Ubuntu 12.10, having previously been modelled on Ubuntu 10.10.
Dark Toolbars and a new panel gradient are amongst the 'work in progress' changes to Ubuntu's default theme for Ubuntu 11.10.
Update: Shocker! Mark Shuttleworth has just added a comment to the bug report stating that once the issues with Unity 2D are fixed, the theme will be going back to 0px border goodness. As if to prove our own wisened words of Alpha Caution true, one of our favourite tweaks to Natty has been reversed in less than 24 hours.
We've expressed our own love of borderless GTK+ themes before so we're delighted to find Ubuntu 11.04's Light themes have followed suit, adopting zero-pixel window borders on windows.
Quite often we'll post screenshots in articles and no doubt we will always get a comment asking what theme we're using, our font settings, or what dock that is. Today I'm going to share with you my setup - everything from my compiz settings to the icon theme!