Hi, I want to how can I make Arch Linux Xfce look like Manjaro Xfce (kyria)?
Manually download the theme packages from a Manjaro mirror, then install them.
You specify the names as I'm not on Manjaro anymore
I'll try thanks
I use KDE, so I don't know the names of the XFCE theme packages.
The easiest way would be to use the settings in xfce to configure it to look the same.
I think that would be fairly hard to do given all the dependencies on Manjaro specific packages.
I did try but the package
It makes it very different. I can' t find that package in Pacman or aur
It is a manjaro specific package. It is only in Manjaro.
It, in turn, depends on a bunch of other Manjaro specific packages.
You will need to do the configuration by hand yourself.
That is the deal with Arch. You get to do everything yourself.
Is there anyway I can get my hand on the list of these packages?
Here is a start:
manjaro-xfce-settings illyria-wallpaper kvantum-theme-matchama manjaro-base-skel manjaro-icons matcha-gtk-theme noto-fonts papirus-maia-icon-theme qt5-styleplugins qt5ct xcape xcursor-breeze
Keep in mind, it is possible that those packages also have dependencies that are Manjaro specific.
Also, I don't really recommend installing some of those on a non-Manjaro system.
Locating, downloading and trying to install all those packages is much more complicated than just creating a similar config by hand would be.
Here you go. This is the list that is used to build manjaro xfce edition
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