Oomox – Customize And Create Your Own GTK2, GTK3 Themes

7 Responses

  1. Emma says:

    Hello editor,

    I’ve been using Linux Mint for a couple of years now and I feel as snug as a bug in a rug with it. However, there are only 2 themes I really like and use. There’s a 3rd one, however, that I could like if only I could get rid of its not even strong transparency.

    And now here’s your article on Oomox telling me about a possibility to get there. Great! 🙂 Thank you very much!

  2. Kevin (matthekc) says:

    It seems like gnome 2 aka Mate used to be a lot more configurable. It is nice to see some of the appearance options we had not only coming back though apps like this but also improving.

  3. Anon says:

    Is there a similar app for QT Themes?

  4. Andi says:

    it does not work on xbutuntu 19.10
    feel very disappointed bc it seems like a great tool.

  5. Don says:

    Ok, It installed fine. Now how do I run it? Can’t find oomix in the search. Tried tyipng oomix in the terminal, Doesn’t work

    • sk says:

      That’s strange. It should be available in Dash or Menu. As mentioned in the GitHUb page, type this to open from Terminal:

      $ oomox-gui

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