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How to save/transfer gnome themes

Hi everyone this has been driving me nuts, i have made my own custom theme in gnome, and saved it, is it possible to save it on say a disc etc and then install it on another machine, probably asking the impossible here but thanks in advance for any help
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Look at your home folder, there should be a directory called " .themes" note the dot, it holds all the info about themes.
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Thankyou i did look at that, i just didnt realise, that you could just tar it up and then it would be installable on another machine, but it is thanks once again, just got one thing left to work out now, and that is how to join rpms to make one large rpm though im geussing i have to include the source for every rpm and build that way but it would be nice to make a spec to join various rpms to one big installable rpm.
I probably need to start another thread for that thank you once again.
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