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I fixed that by editing gtk-widgets.css .menu section. It looks like this now: .menu { padding: 0; border-radius: 0; border-bottom: 2px solid #f07746; background-color: @menu_bg_color; color: @menu_fg_color;


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Here are the permission settings of /usr/share/themes/: drwxr-xr-x 151 root root 4096 Nov 7 06:50 themes As you can see it is owned by the user root and group root. Moreover it has no write permissions for even the group members let alone others. So the solution is to run sudo <command_to_extract_theme> or become root by sudo su and then ...


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If you are using lightdm: Edit /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf by adding: xserver-command=X -bs -core -nocursor if you are using nodm: Edit /etc/default/nodm by replacing: NODM_X_OPTIONS='-nolisten tcp' with NODM_X_OPTIONS='-nolisten tcp -nocursor' This is building from Gibbs very helpful answer


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you can install Unity Tweak Tools and then change the theme from there.


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You can change the theme property values by editing the nautilus.css file. This file may be located here: /usr/share/themes/$YOUR_THEME/gtk-3.0/apps/nautilus.css Replace $YOUR_THEME with the name of your theme. The file requires root privileges to be edited. You can edit the file by copying and pasting the following command in a Terminal and then entering ...


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According to the GTK+ specs, only the following values are supported: [stretch|repeat|round|space] The default (stretch) is to resize the slice to fill in the whole allocated area. If the value of this property is “repeat”, the image slice will be tiled to fill the area. If the value of this property is “round”, the image slice will be tiled to fill the ...



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