Ambiance AppIcon 0.1
Ambiance theme for GNOME
*Window border controls moved from top left side to top right side.
*Big menu dot(which I found it ugly) replace with icons of applications.
Changes made by gconf-editor are temporary and menu dot can\\\'t be change with application icons.
How to install?
All you need to do is just type
sudo tar -zxvf 139865-Ambiance AppIcon.tar.gz -C /usr/share/themes
on the same directory.
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