ryein.goddard at gmail.com
Tue Feb 23 02:38:59 UTC 2016
I recommend installing
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:numix/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install numix-icon-theme-shine numix-icon-theme-circle
Then just use Unity Tweak to change the appearance.
It would be nice if the look was more varied, but I think they went with
the OSX approach in that it has a light and darkish theme.
On 02/22/2016 03:50 PM, agents4jesus at gmail.com wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> One thing that I have noticed over the years is that Ubuntu's UI
> really hasn't changed all that much.
> The thing that bugs me the most is the grey "bump" at the top of any
> window. (for example: firefox).
> If the UI could change to a more "flat" look (even if the grey /color/
> stayed the same), it would give Ubuntu more of a visual appeal.
> Also, the top bar that says "Ubuntu Desktop": I've tweaked it using
> unity tweak tool to make it transparent (with blur). It makes the OS
> look a lot more polished...except the menus are grey.
> If the whole UI could be tweaked just a little bit ("flattened" in
> some places, transparent in others), that would be really awesome.
> I believe that the UI is due for a change anyway. It's been what?
> Three years?
> I'm not sure how hard this would be, I'm an Android developer, not a
> Linux developer, but I think if the default theme was tweaked, it
> wouldn't be all that hard...
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