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What application is recommended to accomplish these:

  1. How can I change my selection highlight color?
  2. How can I change my cursors?
  3. How can I include more libraries?
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To change the "cursor theme" in Ubuntu, install Ubuntu Tweak:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tualatrix/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-tweak

Then, select "Tweaks" and then "Themes". In there you can change your "cursor theme" among other theme tweaks.

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To change cursor and colours in a terminal:

Open a terminal window, click Edit, then Profile Preferences then edit the Cursor shape setting.

To 'include more libraries', click the Ubuntu icon in the top left of the screen - this opens the dash. Then type Software - the first thing that pops up is the Ubuntu Software Center - you use this to search for and install new programs (games, office suites, IDEs for programming, etc.)

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