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Howto Enable Gnome-Shell Themes in Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric/Linux Mint 12

Many people complains about Gnome-Shell theme, they can't select theme in Gnome-Tweak-Tool. So I decided to make a small tutorial on this problem. It is not so difficult to enable themes for gnome-shell.

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Install Gnome Tweak Tool with following command:

To enable themes on Gnome-Shell open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T or Press Alt+F2 and type: gnome-terminal) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:

or you can directly download from following links:
Now enter following commands (During installation it will give errors, Don't worry about them)
logout and login back, Change your themes.
That's it
Install Gnome 3.4 on Ubuntu 12.04 Precise/Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric/11.04 Natty/Linux Mint 12 (New Release)

GNOME 3.4 introduces a range of new features. A new document search facility allows quick access to content stored both on your device and online. Smooth scrolling means that moving through content is slick and graceful. New application menus, which are located on the top bar, provide a useful way to access application options and actions.
The new release includes big enhancements to GNOME’s applications. The GNOME web browser, now known as Web, has been given a beautiful new interface for 3.4, as well as significant performance improvements. Documents and Contacts also sport updated interfaces and new features. These application enhancements are the result of a major development drive which is in the process of creating a new suite of modern and stylish GNOME 3 applications.

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Gnome 3.4 is the second GNOME release since 3.0 back in April 2011. It brings a large number of improvements to the user experience, including many bug fixes and small enhancements. The result is a shinier, more polished, more reliable GNOME 3.

This release also contains some important new developments. Our applications have been a major focus for recent design and development effort, and a host of applications have had significant updates for this release.

Here is complete Release Announcement of Gnome 3.4.

To install Gnome Shell 3.4 on Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:
Here is site of Gnome. Enjoy