The script will also install the Gnome Shell theme (if available). Xfwm4, Openbox or Cinnamon themes have also been installed as most themes supporting them. However, if the theme provides separate Chrome or Firefox themes or some other tweaks, you must install these themes separately. However, this script is missing one thing-you can specify the theme to install. Currently, the script installs all the themes it supports without allowing users to choose the theme to install.
“Install GNOME Theme”-Download and run the script
I recommend checking out Code Used in this script (not only in this script, but also in any other script you write), run it unless you have at least a basic understanding of its functionality! To get the latest “Install GNOME Theme” code from Git, make sure Git is installed:
Debian / Ubuntu:
sudo apt install git
sudo dnf install git
Now you can clone the “Install GNOME Theme” Git repository:
Finally, run the “Install GNOME Theme” script to install more than 40 Gnome themes:
It’s worth noting that in my case the script showed “install-gnome-themes failed!”. After the theme installation is complete, this message appears even if the installation was successful. This happened on both Ubuntu 18.10 and Fedora 29. After the script finishes installing the GNOME theme, use GNOME Tweaks to change the Gtk theme. More information on the “Install GNOME Theme” repository Readme page.