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sudo gedit /usr/share/themes/Arc-Dark/gtk-3.0/gtk.css on line 26 comment it to be like this /*outline-style: dashed;*/ save and enjoy


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For elementary users: Go to /usr/share/themes/elementary/gtk-3.0, edit the file gtk-widgets.css with sudo nano, type Ctrl + W to find Tooltips, and then at the background-color: alpha(#color, #opacity) change the color to something like #f5f5b5 and set opacity to 1.


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I had same problem. Try this http://software.opensuse.org/download.html?project=home%3AHorst3180&package=arc-theme to install ARC theme it worked for me.


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same problem here with Firefox 46 on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS although the appearance is not exactly the same: scrollbar is a very light gray, I can't see anymore which part of the page is in the main window. It is a light gray button on a light gray background!!! I tried to see if the the Classic Theme Restorer extension could help but for the moment, I did ...


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Not sure if it will work because I don't have this issue but my firefox is synced with my windows system and that may be why. If you click on the button in the right top corner (where you would click to get to preferences) then click on Customize in there you should see themes .. maybe try selecting a different theme might set it right.


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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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I managed to get my icon themes working by: Formatting my disk and installing 16.04 anew Downloading my icon themes / themes and installing them manually, not with the PPA method (don't know if that matters) Installing Unity-Tweak-Tool from the SOFTWARE CENTER (!) it doesn't work for me if i install it per terminal. Resetting my config with $ dconf ...


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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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The Transmission issue got fixed in this commit


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As you can see in screen captures Paper gtk theme is intented to be used with Gnome Shell and it's "tittlebars". Other desktops like Unity won't provide an ideal experience.


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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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You can manually edit the yakuake configuration file - open ~/.kde/share/config/yakuakerc and look for the [Appearance] section and just comment out the Skin option by adding a # character at the front of the line. Then kill yakuake by running killall yakuake and when you start it again it should revert to the default theme. I personally like the "Breeze ...


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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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when you have the desired template open you should go to File --> Templates --> Save As Template... Click on save, enter template name and validate... When you wish to use this template any other time just do this; File --> Templates --> Manage Select the Presentation tab and choose the template you saved. Hope this helps you!


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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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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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The name of the widget is "GtkScale".


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First of all a security note: Executing the following steps is at your own risk. I tested these steps only once at my BQ Aquaris E4.5 phone with an installed OTA10 update. I don't assume liability for this. Some native apps (like Browser or Dekko) don't support the new theme completely. You can see this in still white backgrounds or inappropriate font ...


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


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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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To solve this just type: ALT + F2 then type unity --reload Alternatively you can do this through the terminal, but be sure to leave the window open for a while, as otherwise it will fail to load all UI elements.



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