Messed with the theme

I was testing some themes, but I didn't like any of them. I uninstalled them and returned to the default settings, but now there are weird colors and other issues. How can I get back to the original Zorin OS look? (I've already applied the default settings in GNOME Tweaks and Zorin Appearance).
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Hello,
Do you have any 3rd party gnome extensions installed? I'm thinking the one that coloring the Gnome Shell?

Hi! Actually I have some:

But I don't think any of these are coloring the shell

I guess you tried rebooting to see if the theme goes back to default?
Try disable all the 3rd party extensions and see if it makes a change. It's a long shot, but you'll never know :wink:

Can you provide of a screenshot how your appearance settings are set?

Disabled all extensions and nothing. Reboot didn't fix as well.

Appearence:

Are you using core or pro?

Core.

Actually I'm using this one, in the other screenshot the other one appeared selected :laughing:

Hmmm.... strange behavior. Lets try reinstall the themes

sudo apt install --reinstall  zorin-desktop-themes

Do I need to reboot after executing it?

Be a good idea or logout should suffice.

Same thing.

The buttons are taller as well, that I remember the default one is shorter
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Do you have any custom made .css script in your home directory? Like changing the theme manually and alike? something like gnome-shell.css for messing around with stuff?

I tested this theme: GitHub - vinceliuice/WhiteSur-gtk-theme: MacOS Big Sur like theme for Gnome desktops, it has a install.sh file, it probably uses some css to style stuff. Where do I look for these scripts?

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For some reason, some things were only restored when I returned to the Zorin theme out there.

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Already did it

${HOME}/.config/gtk-4.0

From what I can see from the scrip from the site.

Seems clean enough.

be right back, I need to read these scripts through.