Manjaro 19.0.2 Kyria Xfce to Arch Linux Xfce

Hi, I want to how can I make Arch Linux Xfce look like Manjaro Xfce (kyria)?

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Manually download the theme packages from a Manjaro mirror, then install them.

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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.

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I did try but the package manjaro-xfce-settings
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.

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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.

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Here you go. This is the list that is used to build manjaro xfce edition

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