The original solution was verified on Ubuntu 17.10. However it’s also verified on Ubuntu 18.04 after the 18.04 version is released.
Hope the following things work on the next LTS version “18.04”(Confirmed on 2018-05-14: all the instructions work on Ubuntu 18.04).
# 1. Install packges. From:
The finally used theme components(GNOME Tweak Tool -> Appearance -> Themes) are:
1. Applications: Gnome OSX-IV-1.1
The following content describes how to install them.
The “Gnome OSX-IV-1.1” GTK theme can be found from here. Download the “tar“ file and extract it to the “~/.themes” directory as “Gnome OSX-IV-1.1”, then select the “Gnome OSX-IV-1.1” item in “GNOME-Tweak-Tool -> Appearance -> Themes -> Application”.
# Run the following commands to install the "Capitaine Cursors".
The “La-capitaine-icon-theme” cursor theme can be found from here. Run the following commands to get the latest icons, which will checkout the latest icons under the “~/.icons” directory as directory “La-capitaine-icon-theme”, then you can select the “La-capitaine-icon-theme” item in “GNOME-Tweak-Tool -> Appearance -> Themes -> Icons”.
Download the “Maxim“ shell theme package from here. Then install the downloaded package file in “GNOME-Tweak-Tool -> Appearance -> Themes -> Shell”. After installation succeeds, select the “Maxim” item in “GNOME-Tweak-Tool -> Appearance -> Themes -> Shell”.
Change the GNOME used fonts in “GNOME Tweak Tool -> Fonts” as following:
# 1. Window Title: Cantarell Bold -> Ubuntu Bold
Beside the above installed components, I also update the following options in “GNOME Tweak Tool”:
# 1. GNOME Tweak Tool -> Extensions -> User themes:
Here is the installation instructions of some unused GNOME theme components I tried.
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. From here.
# After run the following commands, select "Papirus" in