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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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I like the idea OP, and I'm interested in the answer, but for most uses you can utilize 'natural scrolling' plugins and daemons. You should search for 'natural scrolling' stuff on the web, or if you want you can try Android-X86. It's very fun.



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