Vivacious Colors Theme is one of the best modern and clean themes designed by the RAVEfinity open design team. This theme supports all the desktop environment, which is based on GTK 3.16 and GTK 3.18. That means you can install it on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora, Arch, OpenSUSE, Debian Testing/Sid, and so on.
The vivacious icon theme is very clean, vibrant, and highly customizable that comes in 4 variations and 14 vivid color choices. All those features make your Linux desktop really beautiful and fabulous.
This theme has been made from scratch to make a quality and effective integration of various desktop environments. And believe me, the developer team has done a great job. The vivacious theme offers a quality integration with the Gnome-shell, Cinnamon, Unity, Xfce, Ldxe, Mate, and many other desktop flavors.
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Now it is fully compliant with the CSD and ready for Gnome Shell. Moreover, it has a new Cinnamon theme at long last. It comes with four different flavors, which is Dark, Light, Fusion, and Blackout. This theme provides lots of customization for folder icons, applications, desktop panels, system icons, and changes the overall desktop environment as per users’ need.
Install Vivacious icon theme on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and other Ubuntu-based derivatives :
Terminal Command Installation
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ravefinity-project/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install vivacious-colors-gtk-dark sudo apt-get install vivacious-colors-gtk-light
For the Ubuntu Unity Desktop Environment :
sudo apt-get install vivacious-unity-gtk-dark sudo apt-get install vivacious-unity-gtk-light
For installing different folder colors :
sudo apt-get install vivacious-folder-colors-addon
Manual Download and Installation
Step – 1
Download as per your system :
Ubuntu, Mint, Debian & Deb Based
10 More Folder Colors Download
OpenSUSE, Fedora, CentOS, RedHat
Any Distro (Tar)
Step – 2
- Extract to “/usr/share/themes” or “~/.themes” (make this folder without quote, if necessary)
- For Icon, extract here “/use/share/icons”
Step – 3
- Use Distribution specific tools to make the change.
- For Ubuntu, you can use Unity Tweak Tool to make the change.
For More information, follow How To Use Themes and Icons on Various Linux Desktop
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