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    Best mac theme 4 buntus...

    Hi!

    lookin4 the BEST mac OS theme 4 BUNTUS!

    tia!

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    Re: Best mac theme 4 buntus...

    I learn something ubuntu everyday.
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    Re: Best mac theme 4 buntus...

    Thx a lot dude!

    is 4 Buntu trusty tahr...

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    Re: Best mac theme 4 buntus...

    Need to mark [SOLVED] this post! so is the same 4 Buntus 14.04 or not?

    http://www.noobslab.com/2012/06/mac-...or-ubuntu.html

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    Re: Best mac theme 4 buntus...

    The Gnome version of 14.04 is different than 13.10 . Until the theme is listed as updated GTK 3.10 themes might be a better idea. If the PPA works it might be computable. If there is no trusty repository available when adding the PPA you will have an answer.
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    This post might help you getting Mac theme on UBUNTU.

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    Re: Best mac theme 4 buntus...

    http://gnome-look.org/content/show.p...content=149412

    Zukitwo Cupertino 0.5.2, a theme built to resemble the look and feel of Mac OS X, has been released and it’s available for download.

    According to the developer, Manuel Laggner, Zukitwo Cupertino is inspired by the famous Zukitwo theme and aims to integrate into the GNOME Shell in a very unobtrusive way.

    Unfortunately, there is no easy way to install this theme, which means that you will have to employ it the old-fashion way.

    You will have to download Zukitwo Cupertino 0.5.2 from Softpedia, extract the contents, and move the folder into ~/.themes directory, which is normally hidden (press Ctrl+H if you're in an Ubuntu or GNOME-based system).

    You can also use a tool such as GNOME Tweak to install or to activate the new theme. Check the announcement for more details about the installation on various other systems.
    Last edited by bapoumba; April 13th, 2014 at 06:33 PM. Reason: Fonts..

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