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I was trying to do something similar based on a youtube video about customizing xfce to look more like mac os big sur and here is an example script that I think is more or less something what you were trying to do. It downloads and changes xfce theme, icons, cursors and wallpaper to make a fresh installation of xubuntu look more like mac os: #! /usr/bin/env ...


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Solution: GNOME automatically toggles between light and dark theme depending on the time of day (morning=light theme, night=dark theme). For anyone who encounters the issue, go to GNOME Extensions and search for "Night Shell Switcher" and "Night Theme Switcher". Turn both of these off.


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Maybe install lightdm-settings and change the theme:


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You would need to run an app with env GTK_THEME=Adwaita-dark /opt/google/chrome/google-chrome.


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