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This is solution that should work on any GUI. And not require specific theme in OS. Just set dark theme for ex. in tweek-tool. downloadoad google dark theme for ex. from http://killhellokitty.deviantart.com/art/DeLorean-Dark-Chromium-Theme-337912877 go to chrome://settings/ and click "Use GTK+ theme". Chrome do not take gui from GTK until we press "Use ...


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This is a duplicate and the answer that you're looking for can be found at How do I theme the Nautilus background image? Just follow that link and the instructions are all there.


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I posted this a while ago on a (now) deleted Q/A. Maybe it is useful to you. A patch to allow (very) long messages The "patch" below will allow you to have notifications as long as it takes on your desktop: In case of (very) long notifications, instead of this: you will see this: The duration of the message is automatically set to the length of ...


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As I've noted in the comments , notify-osd is not very suitable for extensive messages and one should prefer zenity instead. Simple example of usage would be spawning zenity dialog via subprocess.call([COMMAND,OPTIONS]) import subprocess text="Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore ...


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You access path /usr/lib/prey/current/bin and sudo ./prey config gui to log in prey account.


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Here's the bug related to the issue: gtk2-engines-murrine desktop text shadow problem Until that's fixed, I downgraded to the previous version of the package sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine=0.98.2-0ubuntu2 Then to prevent the package manager from automatically updating the package in the future sudo echo "gtk2-engines-murrine hold" | sudo dpkg ...


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You can stop seeing this behavior simply by launching gedit from the launcher rather than the command line as was intended. If you indeed require an editor that you can launch from the command line without seeing these errors, you might try nano (a simple to use editor) launched from the command line or vi (a more advanced editor) also launched from the ...


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A workaround would be to create a small code inside theme folder exactly at: sudo vim /usr/share/themes/Ambiance/gtk-3.0/apps/nemo.css note: change vim with your favourite text editor .nautilus-desktop.nautilus-canvas-item:selected { color: @theme_selected_fg_color; background-image: none; background:#778196; } Now we should give gtk-main a path to ...



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