Up until yesterday I was on Xfce, but I’m trying out Razor-qt just out of curiosity. I’m retaining Xfwm4 though 'cause I haven’t found a replacement Openbox theme yet (what difference does it make anyway). And yes, I’m not mad about openSUSE branding or fanboyism, I approach operating systems just as they are. I’m still on 12.3, don’t see a reason to upgrade just yet. My second monitor was disabled for this shot.
It’s done with the oxygen-colors theme, which was on kde-look.org, but it seems withdrawn by it’s creator. But … some dutch Arch user still provides a link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4514366/oxygencolors/v6.3/.tar.bz2
Download it, use the “Install theme” button, browse to the download and install it. Don’t apply it yet.
Now comes the good part:
Open a terminal window and do:
chmod 755 *sh
To get the green icons I use, type “folder”, and pick #30.
Thanks Knurpht and tannington for the pointer to the themes.
However I have one question:
The themes you have pointed to are for KDE and I am using Xfce-GTK. Won’t there be any issues if apply the themes you guys point to?
Also I don’t know how to use KDE ‘oxygen’ themes with GTK, I have never done this before… In fact I have never used KDE. I am not really sure if KDE specific themes can be applied to GTK system.
The GTK/KDE icon themes are “reasonably” interchangeable – however, there are slight icon naming differences. Depending upon how the icon set was created, there may or may not be, sym-links to cater for the differences.
The set that Knurpht gave the link for, I believe from memory, includes sym-links. The one from OBS I gave, doesn’t.
Try it and see, you can always revert back to the icon set you’re currently using.