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themes that I want to apply on my PC don't work as they should. I put the theme folder into the folder /home/firat/.themes/ that I created before. Then I use Tweak Tool software to apply it. But it looks like this: myPc instead of this: enter image description here

I tried with other themes but result is still same. Is this a bug or something or am I doing wrong?

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Maybe you need to put the theme folder in home/.local/share/themes. Or maybe that theme doesn't support Pantheon DE. And i recomend you to use elmentary tweaks for manage your desktop theme and some other things in elementary os. Sorry for my bad english. Hope this answer help you!

  • I tried it with elementary tweaks, by putting the theme folder /.local/share/themes. but still doesn't work. I just don't get it. It was happened to me when I use Ubuntu 16.04. – Firat Mar 16 '17 at 19:47
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Not all themes are going to display well in elementary, particularly in apps that have client side decorations like those native to elementary - files, maya, epiphany, etc.

You going through the right process to implement the theme, you just need to play around with different themes until you find one that works. Good luck!

  • Got it. But what I see is there are many people who have been able to do it. I'm wondering if my PC isn't compatible for setting themes. Is it possible? – Firat Mar 16 '17 at 19:42
  • I would suggest searching specifically for themes that are compatible with elementary. there are a few. just keep in mind, in general, elementary isn't as friendly to theming as some other distros. – Sean Patterson Mar 16 '17 at 19:46
  • Right. But look at this: link.This guy perfectly applies theme called Numix on Loki, Although I followed all the steps I couldn't. Anyway, as you sad I'm gonna look for a compatible theme. – Firat Mar 16 '17 at 19:53

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