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Linux themes update – September 2020

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Hello there and welcome to LinuxH2O. I’m continuing on the themes update for the month. It’s September 2020 now so let’s see what the Linux community has to offer us.

This month we have a total of 6 themes for you.

  • Three GTK+ themes
  • Two icon theme packs
  • One cursor theme pack
  • One GRUB bootloader theme

So you can see it’s full of 360° customization for your favorite Linux distribution. Now lets into the updates.

New GTK+ themes for Linux

As you know, we have got three newly trending GTK+ themes for Linux this month. Here is the list of the themes.

1. Juno theme

Juno GTK+ theme for Linux

Juno is a clean looking dark theme for Linux. It is inspired by the epic VSCode theme. It comes with many dark color pallets like Juno ocean, Juno palenight, and Juno mirage.

Here are the things that are included in the theme:

  • GTK+ support
  • Gnome shell theme
  • XFCE support
  • Color pallets option
  • Different folder assets

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I've been using the Sweet Mars from the Sweet series and the Oreo cursor for a little while now and loving them. I asked the Oreo author to make dark versions of the cursor and he was very helpful and made 2 new dark versions; I was very appreciate because now I think the black version of Oreo fits perfectly with the my Sweet themes.

I'm actually planning a few Windows to Linux cursor conversions soon.

Thanks for sharing your article.

 

That's great. I'm also using the Sweet amber blue and Bibata for the cursor.

Let me know when you done your conversions!

 

Hi there, we encourage authors to share their entire posts here on DEV, rather than mostly pointing to an external link. Doing so helps ensure that readers don’t have to jump around to too many different pages, and it helps focus the conversation right here in the comments section.

If you choose to do so, you also have the option to add a canonical URL directly to your post.

 

I'll keep that in mind.