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I recently installed Manjaro Linux, and today I started trying out new themes. I read that the default theme for Manjaro XFCE is called "Adwaita-Manjaro-Dark".

But for some weird reason this theme does not show up in the list in the "Appearance" dialog. And now I can't get back to the original look.

Any ideas?

(I can provide more info if I know what to look for)

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You should try installing adwaita-manjaro-themes in octopi, or alternatively run

sudo pacman -S adwaita-manjaro-themes

in a terminal.
Either of these should install the adwaita themes for XFCE.

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  • Welcome to U&L. I reformatted your answer to make the command easier to read, and rephrased it to be more a (potential) answer than looking like a comment asking for more information (which could get the answer closed). Even if you are not 100% sure this solves the OPs issue, you should present it as an answer, the voting and acceptance mechanism of the site will finally determine its appropriateness.
    – Anthon
    Commented Sep 8, 2015 at 6:42
  • Well.. I switched back to Mint about a week ago, and no longer have a Manjaro system to test this. So I can't really "accept" the answer. But still a +1 for the effort.
    – donquixote
    Commented Sep 8, 2015 at 12:05

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