Blue-on-Black Theme. Original

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Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work):

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Blue-on-Black is a dark theme with blue highlights that comes with Cinnamon, GTK3.2, Plank, XFWM4, and Gnome Shell components.
Blue-on-Black, code named "Bob", was requested by nitesh1612, who enjoyed my "Red-on-Black" theme a few months ago. A few minor improvements have been added to this theme.

Tested with Linux Mint 19.3-Cinnamon and Ubuntu 20.04.

Blue colored Gnome and white monochromatic Suru++ Asprómauros icons are available.
The Suru icons are dark, flat, minimalist, monochromatic and are based on Suru++ 25 Dark icons.

To install:

Go to your Home directory and press Ctrl+H to show hidden files and folders. If you see .themes and .icons folders, you are good.
If not, create new folders named .themes and .icons.
Use the commands below if you want:

mkdir ~/.themes

mkdir ~/.icons

Decompress the theme into your .theme folder and icons in your .icon folder.
NOTE: The theme and icons are nested in an extra folder when decompressed.
Remove from this outer folder or they won't be recognized by your system.

Wallpaper credit to product-maker naveenharsha!

As usual...Enjoy!
Last changelog:

Gnome shell updated 10 months ago

Gnome shell updated for Ubuntu 20.04



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Gnome shell updated 10 months ago

Gnome shell updated for Ubuntu 20.04

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