XFCE theme doesn't work

Hello! I’m new to this forum and I’d like to ask you a little question about XFCE graphic environment in OpenSUSE 42.1 Leap.

I’ve installed OpenSUSE 42.1 on VirtualBox as virtual machine. I’ve set XFCE as a default graphic environment and tried to apply new theme. Theme was copied to the /home/user/.local/share/themes directory. When I enter to the appearance tab in settings manager, I can see theme name. When I choose it, only few things like font size and font type change.

How can I set all theme’s features?

Best regards,

What theme are you trying to instal?
Window decoration theme, cursor theme or user interface theme(gtk themes)?


I’ve chosen Greybird theme. You can find how it look here http://www.deviantart.com/art/Greybird-graphite-354919279http://s17.postimg.org/4ankjzcpr/greybird_graphite_by_breek_d5vb5gv.jpg](http://postimage.org/)
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Here I pasted how my deskop looks after applying this theme. As can you see something goes wrong with XFCE.


Before applying


After applying

I see, it doesn’t look good.
Why not just install the greybird theme from the openSUSE Leap 42.1 xfce repository.

Thanks! It looks much better, but some elements are still missing or displaying poorly.

This is how it looks. Note that elements like Firefox tabs and File manager do not look in the same way like in the theme.