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I ran into the same issue using Ubuntu Mate 16.04. The solution was really simple. Go to Ubuntu Software Center and do a search for DisplayCal. Their direct url is http://displaycal.net/. It works amazingly well and quite simply utilizing my Spyder 3 Elite spectrometer. You will have to have a spectrometer to do this. In a dual boot system with Windows, you ...


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I found a solution. This is most certainly a case of upgrades did not make it... Anyway, what I ended up doing (after 2 years, yes!) is to go to the System Preferences, clicked on Printer and finally, clicked on Add Printer (I used the little drop down to make sure to Add Printer and not something else.) That new printer has the usual option, which is ...


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Apparently, that is not possible to do with a single tweak. I have been looking at the source code and nowhere I see an option of font color (see here for a list of all possible options). This could be easily added, and you can ask for this feature to the LightDM team joining the mailing list here. I strongly recommend that, as it would also help other users ...


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I don’t have enough information to know for sure but I think that your problem is in the color profile of the image itself. If that’s the case then I’m fairly sure that I have a solution. If you have a recent distribution of Ubuntu, then you have ImageMagick. You can check for it by typing just the word “convert” into your terminal. If you get several ...


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It may be easier to add something like the code below to your .vimrc file, rather than changing profile settings in the GUI. syntax enable "(syntax on also works) Note that quotes are a comment in .vimrc highlight Folded ctermbg=White ctermfg=Red If you already have a highlight line for other purposes add this as a new line below it, e.g. have two ...



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