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Boxfriend 2012年11月30日下午9:09
For those of you who want your Steam client to look like it belongs on your computer...
This skin gives steam the appearance of being a native Ubuntu application as opposed to it looking like it belongs on Windows.
Download the skin from here[ubuntuone.com]
Credit goes to Martin Kozub for making the theme and giving instructions on how to apply it
Also, here is a screenshot[i.imgur.com]

Here is how you get it to work:
1) Extract the folder named "Ubuntu" to ~/Steam/skins/
2) Open ~/.steam/registry.vdf with a text editor
3) add the line "SkinV4" "Ubuntu" under HKCU > Software > Valve > Steam

it should look like this:

"Registry"
{
"HKLM"
{
"Software"
{
"Valve"
{
"Steam"
{
//You will have other crap in here that steam probably needs, so don't ♥♥♥♥ with it
}
}
}
}
"HKCU"
{
"Software"
{
"Valve"
{
"Steam"
{
"SkinV4" "Ubuntu"
//more crap goes here
}
}
}
}
}

Obviously the skin isn't perfect, but it makes steam fit in with the rest of the programs/applications
最后由 Boxfriend 编辑于; 2012年12月1日上午4:16
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Chris 2012年11月30日下午11:19 
A screenshot would be nice.
Boxfriend 2012年12月1日上午4:14 
引用自 :wq
A screenshot would be nice.

Here you go[i.imgur.com]
xPron 2012年12月2日下午10:30 
When I open the steam folder there is no file named registry.vdf (I tried showing hidden files as well)
Boxfriend 2012年12月3日上午8:33 
引用自 Extremer
When I open the steam folder there is no file named registry.vdf (I tried showing hidden files as well)

did you go into the .steam folder as opposed to the Steam folder?
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