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The theme.txt file is said to be somewhere in the the themes folder, which itself has to be in the Arduino folder in /lib or /usr/lib, but I cant find either of the files.

Where are the files located ?

Is there any other way to change the theme ?

*theme=color-scheme

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Try running sudo updatedb then locate arduino or locate theme.txt or a related search.

On my system, I see theme.txt in the installation directory:

./arduino-1.0.3/lib/theme/theme.txt

A related issue is discussed on this blog :

To make Arduino use the native Swing windowing instead of forcing the GTK look and feel [...] change the following line:

#comment out this line:
#java -Dswing.defaultlaf=com.sun.java.swing.plaf.gtk.GTKLookAndFeel processing.app.Base

#change it to this:
java processing.app.Base

If this is still relevant, you might be able to work with themes by changing GTK theming directly.

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