Chameleon Hydroxygen Theme is a re-visitation of the previous theme "Jaunty Final" by the same author.
Chameleon will depend on Hydroxygen Light Plus.
The main feature, as you can easily imagine by the name is that this theme changes color, following the Hydroxygen folder's one.
- Changes color to metacity
- Changes color to panel
- Changes color to start icon
- Sets correct icons to Video/Documents/etc. folders
- Changes menu color
- Changes toolbar color
- Changes scrollbar color
- Changes text color for dark/light themes
- Changes button colors
- Changes input color
- Changes window colors
Become root and copy the content of the tar in /usr/share/themes :
- From a terminal: sudo nautilus /usr/share/themes
- Extract the content in /usr/share/themes
- If all is correct in /usr/share/themes/Chameleon you will see 2 folders and an index file
- Close all but the terminal
- Enter: sudo chmod 777 -R /usr/share/themes/Chameleon
You are done with Chameleon theme part, for now you need to install Hydroxygen LP too, install instructions are on that project's page.
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