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If you want to change the color of the text in the "unsaved" tab which seems to be "startup.sh", you don't need to know the current text color. Geany is still a gtk2 app. Your home folder should have a hidden file called .gtkrc-2.0. Open it and check if it has a line like this: include "/home/your_login_name/.gtkrc-2.0.mine" If it does, just close ...


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Open the presentation which runs the nice theme Select the slide which runs the nice theme Press: File --> Templates --> Save as Template. Give some name to it and save it ( I used the predefined folder "My Templates") On the presentation you want to use this template, right click on a slide slide --> slide design --> Load and select the ...


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~ refers to your home directory. if your username is algonquin, then /home/algonquin is equivalent to ~


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What you could do is to install and use a complete theme for Firefox that includes its own scrollbars etc. This won't look like the old default, but I bet you can find something similar or even nicer. In the Tools menu, select Add-ons, there go to the Get add-ons tab and scroll down the page. In the lower left corner is a link See all complete themes. This ...


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If only want to know which themes are available on your system you can look into these two directory: /usr/share/themes ~.themes The above directories contains the themes folder. If you also want to know which is the current active theme you can follow these two way: Open System Settings and then choose Appereance. Now in the Look tab watch at the ...


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You can use gsettings to show currently enabled gtk theme: gsettings get org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-theme and set eg. Radiance gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-theme Radiance


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Finally found the answer. The problem was that by default full color support in ~/.bashrc and ~/.vimrc is disabled. I did not face this problem on Ubuntu 15. I found a fix here: How do I enable full-color support in Vim?. So all I had to do is to insert if $COLORTERM == 'gnome-terminal' set t_Co=256 endif in my ~/.vimrc UPDATE As @muru said it's ...


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Hello follow the guide manual guide in https://github.com/horst3180/arc-theme I was having the same problem but its solved now.


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There's a project called RAVEfinity that makes clean, modern themes. This one is my favourite, and it's what I've been using for months. Their website layout is a bit confusing, so here's a screencap. p.s. The main reason I made this comment is that RAVEfinity doesn't show up in Google searches for "Ubuntu themes" or "Ubuntu skins", and I think they deserve ...


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You can set a theme using Terminal : sudo chmod -R 755 /usr/share/themes/Zukitwo gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-theme "Zukitwo" gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences theme "Zukitwo" gsettings set org.gnome.shell.extensions.user-theme name "Zukitwo" use a known working default theme like above and it should get you back but this ...


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You can install Ubuntu Tweak and change login theme and icon theme. Download Ubuntu Tweak and run this command to install it: sudo dpkg -i <download_path>/ubuntu-tweak_0.8.7-1-trusty2_all.deb Once you have installed it, go to Tweak tab and select Login settings. To edit this area you have to Unlock setting (click relative button and insert ...



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