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I don't believe it's possible with a gtkrc modification. Even if you add this code to the end of your gtkrc: style "fontchangetest" { font_name = "Sans 20" } class "GtkWidget" style "fontchangetest" Restart Geany (or any GTK2 application for that matter) and a lot of the UI widgets will take this property, however the actual code editor and ...


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See the link: http://lwn.net/Articles/509467/ The relevant command is: mateconftool-2 -s /desktop/mate/interface/gtk_key_theme -t string Emacs


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The solution is in /usr/share/themes/Ambiance/gtk-2.0/gtkrc – for example, for Ambiance theme. You can edit this file through Terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T): sudo gedit /usr/share/themes/Ambiance/gtk-2.0/gtkrc It contains anything about everything, so be careful. If you don’t mind about the procedure, you can download my file and replace the gtkrc with it, by the ...


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There’s a line in gtkrc which includes a workaround for a problem of ComboBox menus. The workaround replaces the colors of ComboBox entries with text color which is dark: widget "*.gtk-combobox-popup-menu.*" style "menuitem_text_is_fg_color_workaround" To fix the problem, a # mark should be inserted at the beginning of the line in order to be ignored and ...


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gtk 3.0 / Gnome 3 settings can be overwritten using ~/.config/gtk-3.0/, with files gtk.css and settings.ini. They do not exist initially so you have to create the directory and files manually. If you create settings.ini add at least a line containing [Settings] in it, otherwise apps will complain about it missing. See ...


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Here is a solution without changing your theme : gksu gedit /usr/share/themes/Ambiance/gtk-2.0/gtkrc Find this line : GtkScrollbar::sider-width Change it to the number you want , i change it to 25 . Here my sheet font size :


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Me gusta la idea OP, y estoy interesada en la repuesta, pero por la mayoria de usos puedes utilizar 'natural scrolling' plugins y daemons. Debes buscar para 'natural scrolling' cosas en la red, o si quieres puedes probar Android-X86. Es muy divertido. I like the idea OP, and I'm interested in the answer, but for most uses you can utilize 'natural scrolling' ...


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Check content of gtk-3.0/gtk.css in selected theme directory. As aking1012 said already, GTK3 used instead of GTK2.


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Add this to your gtkrc (either ~/.gtkrc-2.0 or your custom eclipse one): style "gnome-color-chooser-tooltips" { bg[NORMAL] = "#FFFFAF" fg[NORMAL] = "#000000" } widget "gtk-tooltip*" style "gnome-color-chooser-tooltips" This is what gnome-color-chooser does, it works.


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What I do is open a terminal and use this command: sudo update-alternatives --config x-cursor-theme You should get a list of numbered cursor themes, simply choose the number of the theme you want to use, hit enter, then log off and log back on.



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