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Well, I removed Indicator plugin from the panel and after xfce4-panel -r most indicators went to Notification area. Unfortunately, sound indicator disappeared, but I solved the problem by installing xfce4-mixer which does the same job, but looks slightly different. Now the panel looks smooth.


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This is working in gnome-terminal + vim on Ubuntu 14.04: Firstly, set the bash setting as the end of ~/.bashrc file like this: if [ -n "$DISPLAY" -a "$TERM" == "xterm" ]; then export TERM=xterm-256color fi Next, set the vim setting at the end of ~/.vimrc file like this: if $COLORTERM == 'gnome-terminal' set t_Co=256 endif You will need to load a ...


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Install GNOME Color Chooser. This provides a variety of options. sudo apt-get install gnome-color-chooser This however just alters the title bar and menu texts, not the main fields of the windows. This tool allows you to change the color of the text boxes and panels and such. Hope this is what you are looking for.


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First, make sure the needed GTK engines are installed. sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine If that works after restarting the shell (Alt+F2 & r & Enter), great! Otherwise, disable the theme for now and continue. You can then install it from source if needed to get the latest version: By using the package from here or the repoistory here. ...


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I had the same issue being new to Ubuntu server and the default colorscheme wasn't working for my eyes. The colorschemes for vim are at /usr/share/vim/vim74/colors. Doing a basic search for VIM ColorSchemes will show you examples of the schemes and ones you can download and place in the above directory. Then I edited the vimrc file sudo vi /etc/vim/vimrc ...


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There are different Terminal emulators (the windows) and different shells (the thing that does the work) and they can be configured or changed. Maybe you'll like the Zsh-shell more than the Bash which is default. Terminal are made for Text In- and output. i don't think there is a need of a GUI. There are GUI-applications, which can be used as alternative to ...


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Gtk-theme : gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-theme "YourGTKTheme" Icon-theme : gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface icon-theme 'YourIconTheme' Window-theme : gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences theme "YourWindowTheme"


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1. Download X-Aero theme Open your terminal and run following command : wget http://xfce-look.org/CONTENT/content-files/170901-x-aero.zip 2. Extract the theme cd Downloads/ && unzip 170901-x-aero.zip 3. Copy all theme folder to /usr/share/themes First, open Thunar as root : gksudo thunar Select all X-Aero theme folder in Downloads/ ...


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I finally managed to get it done, although it feels a bit clunky. In the following: $MENDELEY_FOLDER is the Mendeley folder, $CURRENT_GTK_THEME is the name of the GTK theme you are currently using $MENDELEY_GTK_THEME is the name of the theme you'd like to use with Mendeley Create a new themes directory We will essentially trick Mendeley into thinking ...


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You can get a nice Windows 10 theme by using a few individual packages. GTK3 metacity theme: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Windows+8+theme+By+Kunal?content=165937 Orion GTK3 theme: http://satya164.deviantart.com/art/Orion-GTK3-Theme-281431756 Windows 8 icons: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Windows+8+Icons+Theme?content=167957 And the ...


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This is a known issue. This theme doesn't support Ubuntu 14.04, because its GTK version (3.10) is too old. I'm working on GTK 3.14 support, which will make the theme compatible with Ubuntu 15.04. I'm sorry about this, but I don't have enough resources to backport the theme to older GTK versions. Source: https://github.com/horst3180/Arc-theme/issues/7 ...


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You can develop using HTML + Javascript for the interface by using an embedded WebKit frame in a Gtk window (this is easiest to do in Python). The hardest part is communicating with the system from your HTML/Javascript application. You can do this by passing messages between Javascript and Python. You will, however, have to write the system logic as Python ...


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Here are a couple of themes I found,unfortunately I could not find a windows 10 theme but This one looks like win 8 desktop,flat windows, blue colour etc... Based on OP comments this theme is not quite the same as a windows 10 one This one is more windows seven than eight, but the description on the page implies that it install a whole pack of windows ...


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I would say, Numix is a good choice sudo add-apt-repository ppa:numix/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install numix-gtk-theme


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You can go to /usr/share/themes/YOUR-THEME to tweak the CSS. The main file for this is gtkrc often located in the gtk-2.0 directory. Be sure to read the comments in the document. Here is an example of an edit I made when the background color, bg_color, in the theme Greybird was a little too gray for me (/usr/share/themes/Greybird/gtk-2.0/gtkrc). # ...


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There is a native Chrome solution as well: GoTo settings and activate "Use GTK+ Design".


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Maybe I didn't purge(remove) the right package at the first place. As a result some gnome packages(from gnome-shell) were installed in my system and conflict with unity(theme). So I took the following steps. Remove all gnome packages sudo apt-get purge gnome-* It will also remove some applications and breaks unity. So to fix the side affect I reinstall ...


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Purge the gnome-shell. ubuntu-gnome-desktop is only a meta package and removes nothing. After that, you should install Unity again, it could be broken. Sample output % sudo apt-get remove --purge ubuntu-gnome-desktop Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done The following package was automatically ...


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The GNOME Headerbars are themed using the GTK+ Theme and Icon Set that you have applied on the desktop environment your using, so to change the theme and icons on GTK+ Headerbars, you'll need to use a Tweak Tool e.g: unity-tweak-tool to be able to change the theme. Once there, select a GTK Theme of your choice and the headerbars' look will change in rhythm ...


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since some time, GTK-3 theme CSS files are precompiled into a binary format (*.gresource) and installed as a bundle. There is a helper program called gresource to deal with these files usually, it is installed alongside with the library GLib thus it should be in the package libglib2.0-bin and since this package is usually already installed, you'll find it ...


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Try restarting if this doesn't help try updating your computer or try sudo apt-get update this should update the repository that it is feeding from.


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Removing ~/.gconf didn't fix it for me. I found that my particular case was probably due to a crash of upowerd. What I did to fix it: sudo apt-get install libimobiledevice-utils Unplug all USB devices (for me it was a headset, Windows Phone, and iPod) Reboot



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