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The answers are in the error messages gtk+-2.0 Perhaps you should add the directory containing `gtk+-2.0.pc' to the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable No package 'gtk+-2.0' found therefore sudo apt-get install libgtk2.0-dev Why? % apt-file search gtk+-2.0.pc libgtk2.0-dev: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/pkgconfig/gtk+-2.0.pc % apt-cache search ...
If you want to use GTK, first change your display manager. Perform following operations. sudo apt-get install gdm sudo dpkg-reconfigure lightdm You will get a screen like this... choose "gdm" using your cursor and then press enter. Then you can restart the machine (optional), or just log out and login to "gnome-shell" Therafter you can use ...
Try: dpkg-query -W libgtk-3-bin # Gives version as 3.10.8, separated on the left by a tab, and on the right by a ~ $ dpkg-query -W libgtk-3-bin libgtk-3-bin 3.10.8~8+qiana # An associated package also gives the package architecture [for me] $ dpkg-query -W libgtk-3-0 libgtk-3-0:amd64 3.10.8~8+qiana
Install GNOME Color Chooser. This provides a variety of options. sudo apt-get install gnome-color-chooser This however just alters the title bar and menu texts, not the main fields of the windows. This tool allows you to change the color of the text boxes and panels and such. Hope this is what you are looking for.
First, make sure the needed GTK engines are installed. sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine If that works after restarting the shell (Alt+F2 & r & Enter), great! Otherwise, disable the theme for now and continue. You can then install it from source if needed to get the latest version: By using the package from here or the repoistory here. ...
You could, from a TTY, try reinstalling the ubuntu-desktop packages. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop sudo apt-get install --reinstall unity This will try to do a fresh install of the Unity environment over whatever is already there, which should fix any issues you are having.
get the package for your distribution here: https://community.kde.org/Plasma/Packages systemsettings > appearance > application style (or smth like that> gnome gtk menu entry
Everything is correct what you did actually...the file name "fb.ico" is the problem! give the full link there for your image. It will show your image in your glade window when you run a code. you know that :-)
I finally managed to get it done, although it feels a bit clunky. In the following: $MENDELEY_FOLDER is the Mendeley folder, $CURRENT_GTK_THEME is the name of the GTK theme you are currently using $MENDELEY_GTK_THEME is the name of the theme you'd like to use with Mendeley Create a new themes directory We will essentially trick Mendeley into thinking ...
You'll probably need install a version of a Ubuntu that supports 3.14 then (i.e. 15.04). Alternately, you could work your way through redoing versions of the relevant packages from source so they don't break 14.04 (probably very difficult), or redo the theme to work better with older versions Also, installing Gnome/gtk 3.14 in 14.10 (and probably 3.12 in ...
I had this same problem, and mkasberg had the solution- to uninstall 32bit and reinstall 64bit. I had gone to google.com/chrome and downloaded the 64bit .deb as normal. I ran the .deb and google-chrome-stable was opened in the Software Center. Installed it, which went fine, but it turns out google-chrome-stable:i386 was installed instead. $ sudo apt-get ...
This is a known issue. This theme doesn't support Ubuntu 14.04, because its GTK version (3.10) is too old. I'm working on GTK 3.14 support, which will make the theme compatible with Ubuntu 15.04. I'm sorry about this, but I don't have enough resources to backport the theme to older GTK versions. Source: https://github.com/horst3180/Arc-theme/issues/7 ...
Install Synaptic Package Manager. sudo apt-get install synaptic Start the program. Search for Nautilus. You will see one of them isn't work correctly. Select for reinstall. Apply it.I had that problem too.
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