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Re: Default lubuntu theme


You can also change the theme to clearlooks. With the workarounds
available, why still keep the default theme?

On Wed, May 13, 2015 at 6:54 PM, Brendan Perrine <walterorlin@xxxxxxxxx>

> On Wednesday, May 13, 2015 11:42:41 AM PDT, Istimsak Abdulbasir wrote:
>> If the developer/s of the default lubuntu desktop theme are not going to
>> improve it, then can there be a different default theme? The overlapping
>> lines in the notification prompt is annoying.
> There is a workaround in the bug report. Actually in 15.04 there is now
> yuyo-gtk theme which is the theme from ubuntu mate that is also supports
> both gtk2 and gtk3 so you won't end up with things missing from apps like
> some changing themes does. Although this will bring in the mate icon theme.
> Although I find this goes best with one of the nightmare titlebars but the
> green one and the yuyo dark theme from that package.
> Thing is using lxqt I don't think this happens as that uses their own
> notification dialog. There is a workaround in that bug report.
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