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I am using elementray os luna daily build. And it works fine!

But if I switch the gtk theme to Zukitwo

The color of the wingpanel is not so pleasant.

enter image description here And I try to change color in /usr/share/wingpanel/style/default.css but no lucky

How can I make the wingpanel background color

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closed as off topic by Christopher Kyle Horton, Eliah Kagan, Jjed, jokerdino, Mitch Sep 30 '12 at 8:50

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I think editing the CSS of the GTK theme for the wingpanel/gnomepanel should work. It worked for mine, but I did a lot of messing around and only wanted to change the opacity by 15%. Also, I am using a regular Gnome shell theme, don't know if that makes any difference, as there may be multiple files telling the panel how to look.

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