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    How do I make my Ubuntu 20.04 look like this? iRaspbian

    gnome-look.org has all kinds of GTK3 themes which make nautilus and my title bars look like macOS. But nothing comes as close or as smooth as this nicely themed Raspberry Pi release: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TgLGaRK_zY

    I've looked up and down Google for the specific DE/WM/gtk3/icons theme configurations that iRaspbian is using, but I can't find anything.

    Also: What dock is that? latte-dock doesn't look as sharp as what ever is in place on iRaspbian in that YouTube video that I have linked to above.

    My question for all of you: Just by looking at a still (from say 1 minute and 50 seconds) in that YouTube video, what DE/WM/dock/icon/gtk3 themes can all of you identify and pick out?
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    Re: How do I make my Ubuntu 20.04 look like this? iRaspbian

    Their website won't load for me. Does it only work in Safari?

    But that being said, without actually downloading it, I couldn't tell you. I would hazard a guess and say XFCE (though that all app menu makes me think it's GNOME), but all of the retro DEs all look the same these days.
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    Re: How do I make my Ubuntu 20.04 look like this? iRaspbian

    Quote Originally Posted by Hwęt View Post
    Their website won't load for me. Does it only work in Safari?
    Update, 20 May: The download site for iRaspbian has been taken down. A tweet sent to me from someone seemingly connected to the project said: “Site and download links are taken down. This was a fun project and there was no thought of legal ramifications considered. This was an attempt to make the pi4 more fun to use for those who don't just use it for hardware projects. Others only think of money and suing. Oh well.”

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    Re: How do I make my Ubuntu 20.04 look like this? iRaspbian

    You can get close to that look with elementary OS. Just use one of the many Mac icon set instead.

    Take a look;


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    Re: How do I make my Ubuntu 20.04 look like this? iRaspbian

    Mac themed Budgie. Took about 10 minutes to get the themes,icons, and set it up.
    mojave-light GTK
    la-capitaine-icon-them
    Plank Dock-Capeos Theme
    Apple Menu Icon
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    Re: How do I make my Ubuntu 20.04 look like this? iRaspbian

    Quote Originally Posted by Frogs Hair View Post
    Mac themed Budgie. Took about 10 minutes to get the themes,icons, and set it up.
    mojave-light GTK
    la-capitaine-icon-them
    Plank Dock-Capeos Theme
    Apple Menu Icon
    Mac Wallpaper
    Testing Budgie now.
    Stupid n00b budgie question... where do you put the icons and themes? It doesn't respond on .icons or .themes places.

    EDIT: Figured out. It uses ~/.local/share
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    Re: How do I make my Ubuntu 20.04 look like this? iRaspbian

    This comes close enough.
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    Re: How do I make my Ubuntu 20.04 look like this? iRaspbian

    Mojave Dark theme and Mojave circle icons.Chrome OS Dark Lite Plank.
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    Re: How do I make my Ubuntu 20.04 look like this? iRaspbian

    Quote Originally Posted by Frogs Hair View Post
    Mojave Dark theme and Mojave circle icons.Chrome OS Dark Lite Plank.
    Nice wallpaper. By the way how do you set icon size globally? It's tedious to set every folder directory manually size.
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    Re: How do I make my Ubuntu 20.04 look like this? iRaspbian

    By the way how do you set icon size globally?
    I don't know what you mean ? I don't have a need to resize any icons except the menu icon which is controlled by the panel size settings. The dock icons are adjusted in plank settings.
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