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To answer your main question - the only way you can do this is if you take the theme from Luna and port it over manually. :/ However, to disable autochanging on Freya, go to dconf editor, then open org>pantheon>desktop>wingpaneland you should see auto-adjust-alpha ticked. Untick that and change background-alpha to be 0.


This is a window manager theme (Xfce window manager), as you can tell by the presence of only the xfwm4 folder inside the theme zip. You can access it in Settings Manager -> Window Manager -> Style As an alternative install location, if you are the only user in your system, create a .themes (mind the dot) folder inside your home directory and unzip your ...


The Faba-mono theme is missing some action icons, you can find them in [your theme-drecory]/actions. In your case the theme is missing edit-flag.svg, mail-move.svg, tag-new.svg and mail-archive.svg. The correct icon-size should be 24px. If you want to add the elementary-icons into Faba, you could let Faba inherit the elementary-theme instead of copying ...


First of all please mention the Desktop Environment of your Distribution. By the way try this sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install gnome-shell gnome-shell-extensions gnome-tweak-tool This generally works with gnome desktop Environment. If still there is any error Then maintain your sources list.


First you need to make sure your source list is correct so it knows where to find the package, it seems this is your issue. In a terminal issue the following commands nano /etc/apt/sources.list In this window copy and paste the below to the bottom of the existing list deb http://security.kali.org/kali-security kali/updates main contrib non-free deb ...


To change theme for your session, just edit the XFwm configuration file named xfwm4.xml and change Greybird with Daloa. Using sed you could simply do: sed -i 's/Greybird/Daloa/' ~/.config/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/xfwm4.xml This will be effective the next time you logon to GUI. To change it for default new users starting GUI, the file is at /etc: ...

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