Ambiance and Radiance for Xfce and LXDE

We have already seen in FromLinux some alternatives to use the themes Light of Ubuntu: ambience y Radiance en Xfce.

Well, since this link we can download a variant of these themes adapted to the Window Managers from both Desktop Environments, xfwm y open box, with support even for Gtk3.

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  1.   Alba said

    It looks good! just that I'm more of compiz-emerald and I use the emerald form of the theme 😀 I'm a fan of eye-candy somewhat minimalist 🙂

    1.    KZKG ^ Gaara <"Linux said

      Minimalist? ... then this may interest you:


      1.    Ozzar said

        What a good page, Gaara. It has very good material, and with very good style.

        Thank you for recommending it.

        1.    KZKG ^ Gaara <"Linux said

          It would be impossible not to recommend it, it is an excellent page really 😉
          I recommend them to everyone, there you will find hundreds of thousands of wallpapers in excellent quality, tutorials for KDE and Gnome (2 and 3), etc etc 😀

          1.    Courage said

            Of course, as it is yours, you have to advertise

            1.    KZKG ^ Gaara <"Linux said

              NO do not wait hehe pear pear, Artescritorio is NOT mine by any means, I only collaborate but nothing more

  2.   oleksis said

    And which one would you recommend for Xfce measuring performance and appearance Ambiance or Radiance? Cheers!

  3.   Courage said

    I will look for something original (I will not put anything ubunto) for my LXDE that I am getting tired of the default theme

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      Try Zukitwo or Elementary 😀

  4.   David DR said

    Hi, isn't there a way to put Applications, Places, and System buttons in Lubuntu?