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I use arc-theme since a long time ago and I am pretty happy with it. Dark version : Darker version : Here how you can install it: sudo sh -c "echo 'deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/Horst3180/xUbuntu_15.10/ /' >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/arc-theme.list" sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install arc-theme
I haven't found a documentation, but I have found the source code ;) apt-get source unity-greeter tar xf unity-greeter_*.tar.xz cd unity-greeter As the name of the file gtk.css says, it's an CSS file with definitions for classes. Let's start a grep % grep -r 'add_class' * Binary file deb/usr/sbin/unity-greeter matches Binary file ...
To install a new theme it would suffice to copy it to ~/.local/share/themes, and activate it using Unity Tweak Tool. Running update-alternatives won't be necessary. Some themes are available via PPAs. Numix for example. PPAs usually install them in /usr/share/themes and /usr/share/icons/, so it seems to me that your ~/icons folder is one created by ...
Use the GObject introspection based Python3 bindings for Gtk and friends: from gi.repository import Gtk, GObject That needs the package python3-gi which is installed by default. Some names have changed since PyGTK. The Python GObject Introspection API Reference should help you to find the new names (and other changes).
try: from gi.repository import Gtk and replace gtk by Gtk in your code or from gi.repository import Gtk as gtk see also : Python GTK+ 3 Tutorial : Getting Started
Well, without your code, I can't be sure, but this is most likely caused by an incorrect import statement. It's possible and highly likely that the import statement for Gdk changed between Python 2 and Python 3. Try changing the from gi.repository.Gtk import gdk line to from gi.repository import Gdk. That's what I have in some of my code and it works fine. ...
You are missing a Python dependency. Install it with sudo apt-get install python3-xdg. I just checked, it is included in Ubuntu Wily. If it is not included in your version of Linux Mint, you can install it by downloading it from the mentioned site and installing it with sudo dpkg -i … manually. In case there is some Python egg on PyPI, you can install it ...
I had the same problem! If you run the following: env | grep -i gtk And see the module in your path like mine: GTK_MODULES=pantheon-filechooser-module:overlay-scrollbar Then it means it's being set somewhere to use the pantheon which needs to be removed. I did a quick grep and found the following: /etc/profile.d/pantheon-filechooser-module.sh:export ...
Most of these are not errors, they are warnings or messages. The issues are, more often than not, minor programming mistakes or dependence on deprecated APIs etc. You should not care about these, as long as the applications are working as expected. Unless if you are a developer of course. In your Nautilus example, however, this is not even a real issue, ...
It install a theme here is what you need to do: > tar xf package.tar.gz > sudo mv package /usr/share/themes to activate, open Unity Tweak Tool (UTT), and go to Appearance and then Theme. And select your desired theme (package)!
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