I have gedit 3.6.2 (Lubuntu 13.04) and I've installed a plugin from gedit-markdown: support for Markdown language in gedit that allows me to preview markdown text in a bottom or side panel within gedit.
I want to know if it's possible to change the background color of the lower panel from white to something else like #999.
I'm using Greybird (from "shimmer-themes" in the Software Center) in which I've already modified
gtk.css to have the following colors:
/* default color scheme */ @define-color bg_color #9e9e9e; @define-color fg_color #000043; @define-color base_color #8e8e8e; @define-color text_color #000; @define-color selected_bg_color #091825; @define-color selected_fg_color #a2e5fb; @define-color tooltip_bg_color #333333; @define-color tooltip_fg_color #aaaaaa;
Despite these changes to
gtk.css (which are effective for other gtk3 apps), the background color in the bottom panel stays white:
For the upper (main) panel, I use a slightly modified Cobalt color scheme (