Mac Os Theme For Kde

  

If you’re looking for a Mac theme for Linux, look no further.

GNOME-OSX II is (as you might have already guessed) a Mac GTK theme for Linux desktops — and it’s a pretty pretty adaptation.

‘This theme is a ‘gnome-desktop-interpretation of Mac OS X”

Blur ready MAC OS X style dark theme for KDE. Macosx blur dark black apple linux unix theme kde plasma. XONE II ICON PACK Full Icon Themes by unc926. XONE II ICON THEME An icon theme for GNOME Desktop. Currently supports only Gnome desktop.

Yup, this is not an out-and-out copy of the standard UI in macOS. The theme describes itself as “a gnome-desktop-interpretation of Mac OS X”, with the theme designer saying they’ve “tried to implement the feel of OS X on the gnome-applications.”

This means the theme it’s not trying to be a pixel-perfect clone of the macOS theme — and there are plenty of GTK themes that try to do that out there — but instead adapts the core design of Cupertino’s desktop OS in a way that makes sense (and looks best) on the GNOME desktop.

The GNOME-OSX II theme works with most modern GNOME-based desktops, including GNOME Shell, GNOME Flashback, and Budgie. But the theme does not work with the Unity desktop.

  • KDE software consists of a large number of individual applications, Plasma, a desktop workspace to run these applications, and KDE Frameworks, a set of libraries they are build upon. You can run KDE applications just fine on any desktop environment. KDE applications are built to integrate well with your system's components.
  • Erase the directory /.kde/share/icons/ cause it can confuse you when choosing the set from kcontrol (you would get two entries for the OS-L Theme). Now open kcontrol and go to section LookNFeel Icons: the OS-L Theme appears in the list.

Aside from evoking the form and function of macOS there are some novel touches too, such as the use of a blurred sidebar in the Nautilus file manager, and consistent theming across GTK2 and GTK3 apps.

Theme

Mac Os Theme For Linux Mint 19.3

Kde neon os

A compataible GNOME Shell theme is also available to download for those wanting even more mac-inspired bling for their desktops.

Why do this?

Debate about the merits (or otherwise) of theming a Linux desktop to look like another operating system arises every time a theme like this is presented.

The terse answer is, if you can’t understand the appeal, sense or logic in doing it: don’t.

Whether you have Apple envy or simply admire and appreciate the design aesthetic of a macOS, there’s no shame if you decide to make Ubuntu look like Mac. The whole point of using Linux is (after all) that you can do things like this — you certainly can’t make Mac OS X look like Ubuntu!

Mac Os Theme For Kde

Kde Plasma Macos Theme

Download GNOME-OSX Mac theme for Linux

Theme

The GNOME OS X II theme requires GNOME 3.20 or later. To use it on Ubuntu you need to be running Ubuntu 16.10 or above.

Once the download is complete you need to extract the tarball to your ~/.themes directory.

Mac Os Theme For Linux Mint

Finally, to switch theme on you need to use the GNOME Tweak Tool, which is available to install from Ubuntu Software.

Macos Theme For Kde

For a more faithful mac-ification try the La Capitaine Mac icon theme for Linux, also available as a free download from GNOME-Look.