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    Default look and feel option

    i am using opensuse 12.1 in gnome desktop
    the look and andfeel option is not shown in system setting
    please help me

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    Default Re: look and feel option

    Quote Originally Posted by vikasgaur16 View Post
    i am using opensuse 12.1 in gnome desktop
    the look and andfeel option is not shown in system setting
    please help me
    Have a look at this link on the subject: Setting Look-and-Feel Preferences

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    Default Re: look and feel option

    Use Gnome Tweak Tool. It is probably installed by default.

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    Default Re: look and feel option

    Quote Originally Posted by nightwishfan
    Use Gnome Tweak Tool. It is probably installed by default.

    Hi
    Also visit
    http://gnome-look.org/index.php?xcon...74d6f61236f75e
    for shell themes.

    You might also want to checkout https://extensions.gnome.org and
    https://live.gnome.org/GnomeShell/CheatSheet

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    Default Re: look and feel option

    thanks
    but i want make this option visible in system setting.
    is it bcoz of 64 bit?

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    Default Re: look and feel option

    It is not intended to be visible there. It is probably an unofficial patch if you have. 64-bit is no different.

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