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I've found two solutions: disable GTK3 by exporting SWT_GTK3=0 change GTK3 theme (I had to install kde-gtk-config and remove settings.ini in ~/.config)


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So it seemed that Boot Repair is creating the 25_custom file. This file does not get created when installing 14.10, so in order to create the boot theme, a small change to the tutorial needs to be made. After some testing I found out how to fix it by grepping on the string "class windows" It showed that in etc/grub.d/30_os-prober are two entries with the ...


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Open a terminal with ctrl+alt+t, and then enter the following commands: mkdir -p ~/.mozilla/firefox/USERNAME/chrome/ This will create a the folder(s) that Firefox will look for your .css file in. Then, move to that folder (still in terminal) with cd ~/.mozilla/firefox/USERNAME/chrome and then create your .css file with gedit userContent.css which ...


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Go to 'Edit' > 'Profile Preferences'. Then under the colours tab, untick the 'use colours from the system theme', and select 'Green on black' from built-in schemes (or create a custom one):


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Actually, LibreOffice is quite customizable. You can go to Tools→Options→LibreOffice→Tools→Appearance to customize the colors of LibreOffice. There, you can basically change every color ever used in LO.


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you are using gnome-tweak tool....,following this step 1. Shell Extensions -> user theme Extension --> enable(on) 2. alt + f2 -> "r" -> enter Backing to gnome-tweak, you go to the Theme. You will see a workable function of shell-theme.


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Install the gnome-icon-theme-full package: sudo apt-get install gnome-icon-theme-full


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If you go to System Settings/Appearance/Look you can select one of the default themes. Of course, you can search for unity themes online. I have never done it until now. There are some examples on this site: http://kb.openstudioproject.com/content/ubuntu/best-ubuntu-1404-trusty-themes It seems that you should install unity-tweak-tool first: sudo apt-get ...


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You have to install burg themes sudo add-apt-repository ppa:n-muench/burg sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install burg-themes If you want to setup a custom theme, i followed this tutorial that worked for me: http://develop.alpdesigns.ch/pages/ubuntu/brug-and-theme-configuration.html


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Alternatively to the simple theme method which provides some options like color, wallpaper and font you can install complex theme packages to get an even better looking boot menu. There are several download sources like this thread at http://ubuntuforums.org (needs account) or search for 'grub' at http://gnome-look.org Just download such a package (which ...


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First of, about the cursor shape. There are quite a few themes in the Ubuntu Software Center, which you can download. Changing the cursor is easiest with Unity Tweak Tool, at least IMHO. Second, about the certain region. Oxygen cursor themes, which I installed just now, look just as show in screen shot in the Ubuntu Software Center, but when I hover the ...


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After force reinstalling libgtk-3-common and restarting my machine, the issue has been fixed. Seems as if I removed a file that belonged to this package, or otherwise modified it.


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Well, you should be having a theme.txt file for all your themes. Most likely, the theme file that you renamed is not the actual theme file and therefore wouldn't work regardless of renaming. This is the tutorial I followed and it worked for me : http://develop.alpdesigns.ch/pages/ubuntu/brug-and-theme-configuration.html I would revert back to grub, purge ...


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If you go into the Chromium settings you should be able to change the theme back in there, when I was messing around with a beta NVIDIA driver it changed Google Chrome back to the blue theme and all I had to do was go and change it back in the settings.


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1. Open a terminal and enter ~$ sudo emacs /usr/share/icons/default/index.theme Then, let's say your wanted cursor theme name is PolarCursorTheme-Blue, in that file change the Inherits property to: Inherits=PolarCursorTheme-Blue Save the file and exit emacs (or your favorite editor). 2. LogIn and LogOut Now ...


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You've hit the following bug that is not fixed yet: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=736323 . Workaround: Find your GTK2 theme config file. For Oxygen it is /usr/share/themes/oxygen-gtk/gtk-2.0/gtkrc. Edit the theme config file (as root): change GtkComboBox::appears-as-list from 1 to 0.


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It looks like you have dependency problems after installing mate. Try these commands and see if it helps: sudo apt-get -f install sudo apt-get --configure -a sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo update-grub


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This is happening because one package is trying to overwrite the file of other package. So first remove the conflicting package. To do this open terminal and type this command sudo apt-get purge grub-theme-ubuntu-mate* Once above command completed successfully execute this command sudo apt-get install -f


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You can get more themes from omgubuntu.com. you can download the gnome environment and change the working environment which looks more like a theme. Just extract the targ file and restart your computer and change the working environment by clicking on the uduntu sign on the login screen you should have options there to choose the environment you want. Hope ...


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If you want to install themes on your Ubuntu 14.04, here is a great collection of it. Select the theme, and follow the instruction to install it. Once installed, you can select it from the Appearance menu in System Settings. For wallpapers, simply right clicking on an image and selecting "set as wallpaper" would be sufficient. However you can also add you ...


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As confirmed in remarks by Xubuntu Project Leader Simon Steinbeiß in Launchpad Bug 1373280, the changes can be adjusted through the use of the gtk-theme-config utility included in Xubuntu. This was confirmed as not a bug but a deliberate design decision. A deliberate design decision was made to emphasize the "unicorn" aspect to the 14.10 release by ...


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To install Delorean Dark theme in Ubuntu open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal- sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/themes sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install delorean-dark Delorean dark offers theme for software center enter these commands in terminal to get it:- cd /usr/share/software-center/ui/gtk3/css/ ...


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Run ls --color=always | less and you'll see the raw colour codes. Eg: ESC[0mESC[01;34macESC[0m ESC[01;34mbinESC[0m ESC[01;34mBioWareESC[0m It's a bit of a mess but in these cases, they're all 01;34. Then all you need to do is look in $LS_COLORS for that colour. $ echo $LS_COLORS | grep -Eo '[^:]+=01;34' di=01;34 In my example, they're directories.



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