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Steam For Linux: Download The First Ubuntu-Like Skin

WebUpd8 reader Martin Kozub has created an Ubuntu-like skin for the new Linux Steam client which includes the Ubuntu font, default Ubuntu colors and Ubuntu (Humanity) back and forward icons.Martin says his skin is incomplete, but, as you can see below, it looks great already:Here’s how Steam for Linux looks like by default:How to install the Ubuntu-like skin for SteamTo use this Ubuntu-ish Steam for Linux skin, download it from HERE and extract it into the Steam “skins” folder (you should have a Steam folder in your home directory).To apply the theme, open the registy.vdf file, which you’ll find in the same Steam installation folder, with a text editor and add the following line under HKCU > Software > Valve > Steam:”SkinV4″               “Ubuntu”This is how the “registy.vdf” file should look after you’ve added this line (notice the line is under “HKCU”, not “HKLM”):Now start Steam for Linux and enjoy the new skin!Oh, and by the way, in the How To Use Steam For Linux Right Now, Without A Beta Account article, I was saying that Steam doesn’t work for me and all I get is a ghost window. Well, after using Martin’s

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