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Make Ubuntu Look More Like Mac

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From here.

The following instructions are tested on my Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial environment.

  1. Download macOS Sierra GTK Theme from Github. In my case, I download ”OS.X.El.Capitan.v0.9.tar.gz”. Extract the tar file and copy the extracted directory into your “~/.themes” directory. If “~/.themes” doesn’t exist, create it first.

  2. Download La Capitaine Icon Set on Github. In my case, I download ”la-capitaine-icon-theme-0.4.0.tar.gz”. Extract the tar file and copy the extracted directory into your “~/.icons” directory. If “~/.icons” doesn’t exist, create it first.

  3. Clone the “capitaine-cursors” project from here. Copy the cursors by running the “cp -pr bin/xcursor ~/.icons/capitaine-cursors” command.

  4. Open “Unity Tweak Tool”, change theme in “Appearance -> Theme”, icon in “Appearance -> Icons”, and cursor in “Appearance -> Cursors”.

  5. From here you can find some more themes, such as this ”papirus-icon-theme” one. Install it by running the following commands:

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sudo add-apt-repository ppa:papirus/papirus
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install papirus-icon-theme

  1. For dock, I use ”Docky” rather than ”Plank”.

Done.

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