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MacOS-X Aqua Theme


GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 66%
New Image Co., LTD.
MacOS-X Aqua Theme

MacOS-X Aqua Theme

Link:  http://
Downloads:  2003908
Submitted:  Jun 18 2004
Updated:  Jul 30 2004



Installation guide :

[Part 1] GTK2 Theme

Step 1 : If you have got the old version before, then delete the old version.

rm -Rf ~/.themes/MacOS-X

if not, skip this step.

Step 2 : Unpack the downloaded file.

tar zxf 13548-Gnome_MacOS-X_Aqua_Theme_20040730.tar.gz

Step 3 : Move the entire folder named "MacOS-X" into ~/.themes

mv MacOS-X ~/.themes

[Part 2] Icon Theme

Step 1 : If you have got the old version before, then delete the old version.

rm -Rf ~/.icons/MacOS-X

if not, skip this step.

Step 2 : Unpack the downloaded file.

tar zxf Gnome_MacOS-X_Icon_Theme_20040730.tar.gz

Step 3 : Move the entire folder named "MacOS-X" into ~/.icons

mv MacOS-X ~/.icons


Finally, switch to this theme and enjoy it. ^_^


[ FAQ ]

question: the buttons for the window border being on the left,
is that a theme thing or can that be configured somewhere?

Answer: ( original tutorial by -fissy. )

using the "run program" action or a terminal, start gconf by typing:


and hitting enter.

This program is a bit like the registry editor for windows.

In the tree on the left you need to go to /apps/metacity/general/

There is then a key in the right pane called "button_layout"

edit this key so that it reads:






Version 1.2.1 :

1. Fixed bugs found in gtk theme.

2. 72x72 and 96x96 icons added to Icon theme.

Version 1.2 :

1. Fixed some bugs of GTK2 theme.

2. Port the icon theme(only 48x48 and 64x64 icons) go along with the GTK2 theme.


Version 1.1 :

1. Parts of stock icons added.

2. do more works on "shaded" of the metacity.


It tested on RedHat 9.0, Fedora core 1 and Mandrake 10.0.

(GTK2 Theme with metacity)
(Icon Theme 2,480,218 bytes)
(Wallpapers 69,194 bytes)
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 Ein weiterer Mirror

 by Lollicruncher on: Nov 12 2010
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Unter http://www.massive-networks.de/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=2&func=select&id=4 finden sich ebenfalls die drei nötigen Dateien, um das MacOS-X Aqua Theme zu installieren. Habe sie mal eingestellt, weil ich immer wieder Schwierigkeiten hatte, die Dateien herunterzuladen.


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 by tim7967 on: Mar 9 2011
Score 50%

This theme is ok looking, a very close mockup to what OSX looked like back in the Tiger days.

I don't like it though. It's a personal preference really and I prefer something a little more modern. Great job with the design and implementation, but its just not my thing. :-)

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 1.7 Million?

 by beast2k on: May 29 2011
Score 50%

WOW, with that many downloads one would expect at least 10 fans. LOL This theme is great for a retro kind of look but could it be time for a Mac OSX #2. I think 1.7 million is a unbeatable record nice job.
PS: Could that number be a typo?

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 Reviewed the Theme with my own ideas

 by wmlcloud on: Aug 4 2011
Score 50%
WML Cloud

Nice theme, reviewed it on my blog with some extra ideas to make it look even better, you can check out my post here: http://www.wmlcloud.com/linux/how-to-make-ubuntu-look-like-mac-os-x-lion-guide/

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 Where are the icons?

 by Cocca on: Apr 22 2012
Score 63%

Hello, it's impossible download the icons. Could you re-upload them, please?

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 How to install this theme or how to switch???

 by sachinblinux on: Nov 1 2015
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I cant understand how to install this theme

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 Re: How to install this theme or how to switch???

 by osirisgothra on: May 22 2016
Score 50%
paradisim enterprises, LLC

as of 2016, you can unpack them (preserve the directory structure!!!) into one of two places on most linux systems:
this location is system-wide or domain wide if the workstation uses a remote partition

this location will install the theme for ONLY you and will work wherever this home directory is used (ie, if you use a remote home directory that can be accessed from a different workstation, it will work on that one too).

NOTE: I dont recommend using /usr/local/themes because its not standard really and even if it is it only supposed to support the machine you are currently on but thats not really the case. More likely you will end up with a /usr/local dir even on a remote fs. The /usr/local is geared toward localally compiled and installed application components and executables, not resources that should be shared like graphics, themes, etc.

NOTE 2: This information is correct to the best of my knowledge. To be sure how your system places files, refer to your OS's heir(7) manpage, usually pointing to the file-heirarcy(7) manpage. You can type 'man heir' to see it from any terminal!

NOTE 3: To switch themes, use the 'Window Manager Settings' in the 'Settings Manager' under 'System' in the "whisker" menu (the xfce4 equivalent of the start menu at the lower left corner, usually). If you dont have a whisker menu or are still confused then you need to RTFM.

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