GNOME-SESSION-FALLBACK MACOSX THEME

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How to GNOME-SHELL MACOSX style

Fedora is a great operating system but look like noone care about the desktop theme so here how to give gnome a mac os style.

SETTING GNOMESESSION-FALLBACK:

Install dconf-editor: yum install dconf-editor
navigate to org.gnome.desktop.session
modify session-name key from gnome to gnome-fallback
log out and log in to apply the new settings.

Install gnome-tweak-tool: yum install gnome-tweek-tool

Extract the maclion icon theme in ~/.icons
Extract the Adwaita Cupertino L theme in ~/.themes

Adwaita Cupertino L you can find it on gnome-look but in the one inside the archive i done some tweaks to it, color to the top pannel and new scrollbars.

Now apply the icons theme and the desktop theme from gnome-tweak-tool

SETTING CAIRO:

yum install cairo-dock
now copy the folder cairodock-mactheme in ~/.config/cairo-dock/themes
apply the theme from cairodock config window.

To customize top panel to add/remove applets you can right click on it while pressing ALT key.

Here we go beautiful desktop ^^

Laurexp

4 years ago

Only work on fedora or work on Ubuntu and another linux distro

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