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Run the command below and re-apply the oxygen-gtk theme: sudo systemsettings


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According to this topic on ubuntuforums.org, appmenu can be enabled on GTK2 applications by installing the unofficially patched GTK2 libraries from PPA. sudo apt-add-repository ppa:joe-yasi/appmenu sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install appmenu-gtk Unfortunately, there is no working fix for GTK3.


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Basically, you can use any one of the same styles from 13.10 as long as there is a GTK-3.0 theme included in the style. The Standard "window themes" are not applied if they are metacity themes like they did in 13.10. To install a theme, download and unzip the file in your ~/.themes folder to make the theme available. You can even do this with the zoncolor ...


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This seems to be a bug in Ubuntu You can fix it by disabling the custom scrollbars: gsettings set com.canonical.desktop.interface scrollbar-mode normal More information: http://trac.filezilla-project.org/ticket/9708


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I had to delete ~/.config/dconf/user while logged out (in other words, from a virtual terminal) to get my settings back to working order. It's not a perfect fix, and it meant that some other things got reset of course, but it was the only way to get dconf to reset without restoring on log out. See here.


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I'v got the same issue too! It seems to me that started to happen after i did a new install of last firefox directly from mozilla.org (not from official canonical repos). I checked out the requirements and i installed among others the 'Pango' package. Shortly in my case the issue has been resolved by uninstalling those packages: pango-graphite ...


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Try this : 1- open your terminal. 2- Right click inside your terminal window from the menu hover over profiles then from the sub-menu click profile preference. 3- You should see a window with many tabs be sure that General tab is active. 4 Unchick the option "Use the system fixed width font". hope it helps


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Try to download & configure unity-tweak-tool. And try to change the font. I think after that your problem is solved. OR Recent updates in my system have been changing the font scaling factors, reset them with this command. gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface text-scaling-factor '1.0'


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I solved thanks to this answer http://stackoverflow.com/a/9170086/2326627 "Window - Preferences" on the left side: "General - Editors - Text Editors" on the right side bottom ("Appearance color options"): "Current line highlight"


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This import error occurs on Ubuntu 14.04, but not on Ubuntu 12.04. Basically due to the transition from Python 2.x -> Python 3. Many modules were renamed or merged. Python 3 is NOT backward compatible with Python 2.x. So add this to the list of the gotchas. ImportError: No module named 'gi._glib' debian.org bugreport #705387 from gi._glib import GError ...



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