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The scrollbar in Ubuntu is called overlay scrollbar. If you find the need to disable it, you can refer to a previous question at How do I disable overlay scrollbars?.


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I haven't used Unity lately, but it should have some settings, like in XFCE and old gnome2, MATE, I know there are options to edit the settings. Should be something like Window Manager Style/Themes or Appearance Style that could change the scrollbars (and the window borders, shapes, "thickness" of the edges, icons...) May need to add a package for more ...


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for themes: you can start with these: Noobslab Numix Orchis or better use google search this question is too broad to answer in one answer


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change by using the theme configuration application (gtk-theme-config) under the Settings Manager; simply turn Custom Highlight Colors "Off" and click "Apply". Of course, if you wish, you can change the highlight color to something you like better than the default. Source: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UtopicUnicorn/ReleaseNotes/Xubuntu You can also use a custom ...


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Its really easy to do that ! Just right click on the desktop and select change background image from the menu. Then a window will open up.There you will see a simple option to change themes. The name of your current theme is Radiance, Change it to Ambience to get a whitish bright new theme for your title bars. If you want to customize it more than this, Then ...


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The first thing you must do to get access to Root as admin is to open your terminal and type this code : gksudo nautilus (If you are using Nemo as the default file browser then this might be the code : gksudo nemo Type suitable code and press enter. Then the filebrowser will be opened as the superuser. Then go to Filesystem/lib/plymouth .... In there ...


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Just using a simple custom toolbar produces a more modern/minimalist feel (without any loss of functionality, since the less-common features are still in the menu): To create a custom toolbar: Disable all of the default toolbars from View > Toolbars Go to Tools > Customize > Toolbars and create a new toolbar with only the commands that you personally ...


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Hmmm .. I try install dconf-editor to change that background. Open Terminal and type this script .. sudo apt-get install dconf-editor Run dconf-editor: sudo dconf-editor And show the Window ... Open com > canonical > unity-greeter Then change: draw-user-backgrounds: 'true' background: 'path-to-image'



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