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Here there is a theme for your GNUstep Apps. Mainly this theme are for people that use desktops like Gnome, KDE, Xfce,... Just untar the package and copy it on ~/GNUstep/Library/Themes at your home directory. You can set the theme with [[SystemPreferences.app]]. Here there is a theme for your GNUstep Apps. Mainly this theme are for people that use desktops like Gnome, KDE, Xfce,... Just untar the package and copy it on ~/GNUstep/Library/Themes at your home directory. You can set the theme with [[SystemPreferences.app]].
- +* [[Silver.theme]] Theme with silvered controls and scrollbars at right side.
-[[Silver.theme]] Theme with silvered controls and scrollbars at right side..+
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-[[Image: Silver.jpg | 250px]]+
== GNUstep SVN Themes == == GNUstep SVN Themes ==
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== Etoile Themes == == Etoile Themes ==
-[[Camaelon]]+* [[Camaelon]]
-[http://etoileos.com/etoile/mockups/narcissus/ Narcissus]+* [http://etoileos.com/etoile/mockups/narcissus/ Narcissus]
[[Category:Themes]] [[Category:Themes]]

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Here there is a theme for your GNUstep Apps. Mainly this theme are for people that use desktops like Gnome, KDE, Xfce,... Just untar the package and copy it on ~/GNUstep/Library/Themes at your home directory. You can set the theme with SystemPreferences.app.

  • Silver.theme Theme with silvered controls and scrollbars at right side.

GNUstep SVN Themes

GnomeTheme is a plugin to make a GNUstep theme based on the active Gnome theme. Is under development.

The GnomeTheme has recently been renamed Gtk.theme since it really is a Gtk theme. It is available in GNUstep's SVN repository under the plugins directory. Check it out here:

http://svn.gna.org/svn/gnustep/plugins/themes/Gtk

WinUXTheme is the theme for Windows. You can active this on installation or with SystemPreferences.app.

Gap Themes

You find more at GAP.

Etoile Themes