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Old 07-24-2012, 01:50 PM   #1
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LXer: Making GTK3 themes – Part 2: The gtk.css and gtk-widgets.css file


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This is the second post from the “Making GTK3 themes”series. The first post can be found here.We will name our theme as “Dream”. So create a directory named “Dream” under “~/.themes” and then create another directory named “gtk-3.0? under “~/.themes/Dream/gtk-3.0?. All the files we create will be inside this directory.

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