Mediterranean Dark themes are handy and best GTK2 & 4 Compatible themes designed for Ubuntu. Unfortunately, there are no recent updates of the Mediterranean theme. But still, we can use it in Ubuntu 16.10 or Ubuntu 16.04. The last version was 2.03 which was released in 2013 but still, we can use it with no doubts. The Combination of Oranchelo icons with theme looks unique and amazing. The round hot corner of the theme and the bluish night effects in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS looks great.
Ubuntu 16.04 is fully compatible with Mediterranean Dark themes. The Mediterranean theme can be used for Linux Mint as well, as it is a Debian based Distro. All the Debian Based Distros using GTK2 and GTK3 are fully compatible with the Mediterranean theme. The only requirement is to grab the Murrine theme engine first with the following command. 12 themes pack for Gnome 3.6.x and 3.8.x.
Install Murrine theme Engine First:
apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine
Mediterranean Family pack theme flavors
How to Manually Install themes in Ubuntu Linux Mint:
Hundreds of theme are available on the Web to install the theme manually. This for newbies that how to install download theme packages in Ubuntu manually.
- Press Ctrl+Alt+T to open Terminal.
- Copy this command mkdir ~/.themes and paste it into the Terminal hit Enter.
- The above command will generate a .theme folder in the home directory.
- Now go to home directory and press Ctrl+H unhides the .theme folder.
- Now just copy and paste the theme package file in .themes folder.
- Now make sure that you have installed Unity tweak tool or Gnome tweak tool, then open it.
- Click on themes, then select whatever theme you need to apply. That’s it.
How to Install Mediterranean Family pack theme in Ubuntu:
- Click here Download Mediterranean package.
- Create the .themes folder at home directory if not, as shown in the above procedure.
- Copy the themes in the Mediterranean folder and paste into the .themes folder in the home directory. If you are not seeing the .themes folder then press Ctrl+H to unhide it.
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