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pygmentize will output a colorized source code file. It has support for many languages. It determines how to color it based on the file extension or the value you provide with the -l option. To get pygmentize install the python-pygments package.
Some pretty nice ones can be found here: http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Gnome_Shell/Themes#Shell-Designs
You can use gnome-color-manager to do the same in Ubuntu. For Xubuntu have a look here
As weird as it may sound: NO. While the excellent Arch Linux's pacman has built-in colorizing capabilities (and a few more available via 3rd-party wrappers) there's nothing similar for the aging apt/dpkg combo nor the relatively newer aptitude tool. This is how pacman looks like using an external wrapper (mostly Yaourt or Packer, can't remember which one I ...
You have manipulate with theme css files. Search for the "bullet" thing in css files and change them and see the result. Try to change @theme_selected_fg_color to white or any other color and see the difference. Files that has to be changed are: Flatstudio/gtk-3.0/menu.css Flatstudio/gtk-3.0/menu_frame.css Inside menu.css : Change This: ...
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