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LXQt themes are qss stylesheets. They are either located in
~/.local/share/lxqt/themes. User themes are currently not supported. So far the following themes are available:
Some discussions about themes can be followed here.
If anybody is interested in how the environment would look without a custom theme, create the following files (if <prefix> is /usr):
mkdir /usr/share/lxqt/themes/notheme touch /usr/share/lxqt/themes/notheme/lxqt-panel.qss
Then choose the Notheme in
For theming Qt you need to create Qt widget themes. So far the following are available:
You can install Qt widget themes using your package manager.
Theming the environment
For some infos about how to create a nice looking environment take a look at this Manjaro Wiki entry.
Icons and Artwork
You can find the LXQt Logo done by Caig in his repo.
Official themes can be found in the lxde/lxqt-themes repository.
Community created themes
If you create a theme and put it on GitHub it is recommended to tag it so GitHub creates a release for it once you are finished. Like this users can see what changes you did in a later version and the chances of your theme being added to a distribution are higher.
- lush by @Val67
- LXQt-themes by @stefonarch
- openSUSE-default by @jubalh
- openSUSE-leaper by @jubalh
- openSUSE-light by @jubalh
- QTStep by abgr
- QTStep Gradient by abgr
- Debian/Ubuntu themes by @agaida and @tsimonq
Some of them can be found in the opendesktop.org category LXQt Themes.
pcsuggest has an article about LXQt themes which also mentions a view other ones.