I just installed Ubuntu 11.10 (I've been using 10.10 before). First thing I changed in Nautilus was to use list view instead of icon view. So it looks like this:
Please note the dark background of the name column, caused by the column being sorted. This, for me, is too dark. The most important information I want to browse through are the names of files and folders, and when it has such a low contrast it means it takes me longer to find the item I am looking for.
So my question is: How can I make the background color of the name (sorted) column brighter, like how it was in Ubuntu 10.10?
Also, where can I go to tell the Ubuntu GUI guys "hey this is too dark"?
I've already quickly looked through /usr/share/themes/Ambiance/gtk-3.0 but could not find the appropriate setting there.