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You can install a "dark" GTK theme. Many popular ones are Numix, Delorean Dark, Ambience Dark, etc. My personal favorite is delorean dark and here are instructions for installing that theme: mkdir ~/.themes cd ~/.themes wget http://fc04.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2012/344/0/4/delorean_dark_theme_3_6_g__vs_2_56_by_killhellokitty-d5nnoxt.zip unzip ...


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Go to the /usr/share/nano directory and check out the *.nanorc files there. For example, to change the comment color in PHP, edit /usr/share/nano/php.nanorc and change: ## comments color brightblue "//.*" color brightblue start="/\*" end="\*/" to ## comments color brightgreen "//.*" color brightgreen start="/\*" end="\*/" ...which is much less ...


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dmesg on 16.04 supports colouring output, and on 14.04, it doesn't. Just look at the manpages. 16.04: -L, --color[=when] Colorize the output. The optional argument when can be auto, never or always. If the when argument is omitted, it defaults to auto. The colors can be disabled, for the current built-in default see --...


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Hopefully setting force_color_prompt=yes directive in your .bashrc file will make it work. The force_color_prompt=yes directive is commented by default. Uncomment it, save it and source your .bashrc file to see the changes. Command for sourcing your .bashrc file is cd ~ source .bashrc


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So I figured out how to use Redshift with my system. Basically, I was using the wrong display driver. When I went to the Additional Drivers tab in the Software & Updates app, I noticed I was using default Nouveau driver instead of the latest NVIDIA driver, and had the other tab set to "Do not use the device". when I switched it to the NVIDIA driver ...


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Redshift is time-based. It will change the color of your screen provided the following two conditions are met: It can determine where you are (either via the default network-based location service or if you started it with the -l switch giving it coordinates) It is evening in your place (you can change the interval with the -t switch, see man redshift) ...


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The best solution to tell Firefox that it should use the light theme instead of the dark is by specifying the GTK_THEME variable prior to launching. So, 3 ways you get for doing this.. 1- from terminal you can do: GTK_THEME=Adwaita:light firefox 2- if you hate the terminal and wanna close it once firefox works: GTK_THEME=Adwaita:light firefox & 3-...



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