bubba_bubba_bow Do you mean where to install themes and icons from places like this?
Unpack the tarballs and move the folder into the correct location.
On Linux, that would be
/usr/share/icons, while on NetBSD, these are
I don't use OpenBSD but, a guess would be
Now, this just installs the theme, you need to tell your system to use them too.
You could install a theme manager like
lxappearance (there are others) and use that. Once you are done you can safely remove this tool, all it does is create the needed config files. You can edit those manually if you want to change them later.
Or, you could do it manually from start just creating
~/.config/gtk-3.0/settings.ini for Gtk3 and
~/.gtkrc-2.0 for Gtk2 yourself.
I haven't used Gtk4 yet. Check the docs
Here's a minimal example
.gtkrc-2.0, you may want to add more variables but, it gives you an idea:
gtk-theme-name = "Equilux"
gtk-icon-theme-name = "Green-Aurora"
gtk-font-name = "Liberation Sans 10"
This translates into the following
settings.ini for Gtk3:
gtk-theme-name = Equilux
gtk-icon-theme-name = Green-Aurora
gtk-font-name = Liberation Sans 10
Check what other variables you may want to set in the docs linked above.
For system-wide settings, i.e. all users, not just you. You need to have the
gtkrc files (note, not
.gtkrc-2.0 as for the user) defined in the corresponding system-wide directory, e.g. on Linux, that would be
/etc/gtk-2.0/gtkrc. As above, this depends on which OS you are using.
Hope it is clear and welcome to our corner.