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Ubuntu is similar to Windows in many ways, but the developers behind it introduced improvements and tweaks that many claim make the software easier to use. For example, Ubuntu offers multiple virtual desktops long considered a very useful user-interface feature that seems to have passed Microsoft by. It also moves the programs menu to the top of the screen, leaving the whole width of the screen at the bottom to display taskbar buttons. This is very sensible, because the buttons don t look cramped when more than a handful of applications are open. However, if you re not satisfied with Ubuntu s out-of-the-box look and feel, you can change it. You might be used to changing the desktop colors or wallpaper under Windows, but Ubuntu goes to extremes and lets you alter the look and feel of the entire desktop. Everything from the styling of the program windows to the desktop icons can be altered quickly and easily.
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Ubuntu refers to the look of the desktop as a theme. Because it s built on the GNOME desktop, Ubuntu allows you to radically personalize your desktop theme. Several different themes come with the distribution, and you can download many more themes. Each lets you change the way the windows look, including the buttons and the icon set (although some themes come without additional icons).
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However, unlike Windows themes, most GNOME themes don t change the fonts used on the desktop, and the wallpaper and color scheme will probably remain broadly the same. You can change these manually, as described in the Setting Font Preferences and Changing the Wallpaper sections a bit later in this chapter. To alter the theme, select System Preferences Theme. Then it s simply a matter of choosing a theme from the list in the Theme Preferences dialog box, as shown in Figure 10-1. A useful hint is to open a Nautilus file browser window in the background (Places Desktop), so you can see how the changes will affect a typical window.
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Note The default Ubuntu theme is called Human and is designed to represent the skin tones of the world s
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population. This is intended to reflect Ubuntu s mission of being accessible to everyone, no matter where or who they are.
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Figure 10-1. Ubuntu comes with several theme choices. My favorite themes are Clearlooks and Mist, largely because they re simple and uncomplicated. Remember that you ll be working with the theme on a daily basis, so it should be practical and not too distracting. Those miniature close, minimize, and maximize buttons might look stylish, but they re useless if they re so small that you can t reliably click them with your mouse. As well as changing the overall theme, you can also modify individual theme components, and even download more theme components.
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Changing Individual Theme Components
You can alter the three aspects that constitute a GNOME theme: the controls (sometimes known as widgets), the window borders, and the icons. Controls are simply the elements you click within dialog boxes and windows: buttons, scroll bars, and so on. The window borders are, as seems obvious, the borders of program windows and dialog boxes, with particular attention paid to the top of the window, where the program name appears along with the minimize, maximize, and close buttons.
Note To make matters a little confusing, some window borders have their own selection of close, minimize,
and maximize controls, which can t be overridden with individual selections for controls.
To make changes to a theme, click the Theme Details button in the Theme Preferences dialog box (Figure 10-1), and then click each tab to see your choices, as shown in Figure 10-2. Unfortunately, there are no thumbnail previews of each style, but as soon as you click each option, it will be automatically applied to the currently open windows. To preview the effects fully, the best policy is to keep a Nautilus window open (Places Desktop).
Figure 10-2. You can create a theme by choosing you own controls, window borders, and icons. When you ve made your choices, you can save the theme for further use. Simply click the Save Theme button in the Theme Preferences dialog box. You ll need to give the theme a name
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