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Themes for GNOME and XFCE4.


Zukitre Wallpapers | Icons | Fonts: Roboto / SF Mono | GNOME shell extension: Dash to Panel


Zukitwo Wallpapers | Icons | Fonts: Roboto / SF Mono | GNOME shell extension: Dash to Panel


  • GTK 3.24.13+ and/or GTK 4.2+
  • Debian/Ubuntu/Mint/PopOS - apt install gtk2-engines-murrine gtk2-engines-pixbuf ninja-build git meson sassc
  • Arch/Manjaro - pacman -S gtk-engines gtk-engine-murrine ninja git meson sassc
  • Opensuse - zypper in gtk2-engine-murrine gtk2-engines ninja git meson sassc
  • Fedora - dnf install gtk-murrine-engine gtk2-engines ninja-build git meson sassc

If you don't use any GTK-2 applications you can skip the gtk engines.

Other distros may have named the above packages differently.


When the above requirements are installed, simply run these commands:

git clone
cd zuki-themes
meson build
sudo ninja -C build install

The themes will be installed in: /usr/share/themes/

Local installation

Install the theme(s) locally if you for some reason can't run as a sudo user.

git clone
cd zuki-themes
meson -Dprefix="${HOME}/.local" build
ninja -C build install

Updating the theme

Navigate to the zuki-themes folder that was originally cloned. (If you removed it, do the steps above instead). Then run:

For a global install:

git pull
sudo ninja -C build install

For a local install:

git pull
ninja -C build install


Use stylepak.

How to change themes

Use gnome-tweaks to change themes.

You can also change your GTK themes using a terminal.

# Change the theme to Zukitre-dark
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-theme Zukitre-dark

# Reverting the change to the default GNOME theme
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-theme Adwaita

Xfce users can change themes in Settings > Appearance and Settings > Window manager

How to remove the theme(s)

To be safe from any crashes or weirdness, change the theme to another one before running the command below.

For a global install: sudo rm -r /usr/share/themes/Zuki*

For a local install: rm -r ~/.local/share/themes/Zuki*

Copying or Reusing

The GTK theme(s) and included scripts are free software licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 3.