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You need to remove the following files from /usr/share/themes/Numix/unity : launcher_icon_back_54.svg launcher_icon_back_150.svg launcher_icon_edge_54.svg launcher_icon_edge_150.svg launcher_icon_glow_62.svg launcher_icon_glow_200.svg launcher_icon_selected_back_54.svg launcher_icon_selected_back_150.svg launcher_icon_shadow_62.svg ...


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You need to edit metacity-1/metacity-theme-1.xml to change window decoration style.


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You have to use the /etc/skel Make a user then apply all configuration you want to do. Then easily copy this configuration from your home to the /etc/skel. So for now every new user will have the same settings of the firs main user.


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This is a known bug with the overlay-scrollbar package. I fixed it with sudo apt-get remove overlay-scrollbar.


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gsettings get org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-theme This command show the theme in use now. If you don't change your theme then it's the default. Anyway, the default is Ambiance


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OK, on a hunch I logged out and back in after reinstalling adwaita, and that fixed it, thank goodness! I hope this helps somebody else.


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The steps I have used: $ cd gnome-terminal-colors-solarized $ ./install.sh This script will ask you which color scheme you want, and which Gnome Terminal profile to overwrite. Please note that there is no uninstall option yet. If you do not wish to overwrite any of your profiles, you should create a new profile before you run this script. However, you can ...


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visit https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/GtkSourceView/StyleSchemes Find your desired theme, click download Open your gedit text editor Go to Edit ---> Preference ---> Font & Colors Click the + Arrow to install scheme, find scheme download location, add scheme and there you go.


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The answer would be divided into two parts: Changing the dialog shapes (border shape - size - re-sizable ....) changing the appearance (background color , some fonts, ... ) To change the dialog shape go to the directory: /usr/share/software-center/ui/gtk3 Open the *.ui apps with GLADE. Edit whatever you want to do in appearance then save. To ...


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There are two powerful tools you can use to change and fine tune the themes of your ubuntu desktop: 1.Unity tweak tool. To install: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool To run: unity-tweak-tool 2.Gnome Tweak Tool To install, run the following commands in an open terminal (ctrl alt t): sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ...


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The default theme for Ubuntu is Ambiance. You can set it by searching for Appearance in the Launcher, run it and change the theme as shown here:


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This was apparently a design decision ("we've decided against a glow and it is not coming back") and is discussed on github. You can ave a look at the purpose of the different icons on the unity theming guide


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I have LibreOffice version 4.4.2.2 in Xubuntu 14.04. I noticed that I can change the background color of the comments to my liking if I go to Tools > Options > LibreOffice > User Data. There I would add myself as an owner with a certain name (for example, my first and last name, only my first name, etc.). Then I would close and add a comment. Each time there ...


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In Appearance > Style, I am using Orion. I believe similar steps would apply for any theme. sudo gedit /etc/lightdm/lightdm-gtk-greeter.conf Then I changed this line to Orion: theme-name=Orion sudo gedit /usr/share/themes/Orion/gtk-3.0/gtk.css Then I changed this line to my custom green hexadecimal number: @define-color selected_bg_color #94C565; ...


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This is for Ubuntu 14.10/14.04 To install Zukitwo Dark Cinnamon theme: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/themes sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install zukitwo-dark-cinnamon To install Zukitwo Dark Gnome Shell theme: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/themes sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install zukitwo-dark-shell To install Zukitwo theme: ...


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Open the .zip file and move the folder Zukitwo to /usr/share/themes. Step by step: click the .zip file in the browser select the folder Zukitwo click "Unpack" and select e.g. your Desktop folder Open a terminal: CTRL + ALT + T Enter the following command: sudo mv ~/Desktop/Zukitwo /usr/share/themes/ Enter your password at the prompt. Where to move the ...


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Sometimes applications use their own paths for the icon. In this case, Emacs uses the following path: /usr/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps/emacs24.svg To change this behavior, the file emacs24.desktop can be changed. sudo nano /usr/share/applications/emacs24.desktop Replace this line: Icon=/usr/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps/emacs24.svg with ...


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I eventually figured this out. The secret is to find the .desktop file (for me, this was /usr/share/applications/emacs24.desktop), and open it via sudo in the text editor of your choice. Then, you can edit the "icon" line to point towards your desired icon.


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You're nearly there: open Unity Tweak Tool (get it if you don't already have it), click on 'Icons', and you should find Numix-circle.


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You need to be sure of the Wine settings you are changing: on PlayOnLinux you can have several versions of Wine running, and each version can have different settings.


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I'm sorry, but there is no way to fix that. That is a part of the panel plugin. You could try going with a darker panel color to make the shadow blend in, but that's about all you can do.


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I think you are looking for the light-dm-webkit greeter. You can find packages here. The current version as of this writing is 0.1.2-0ubuntu2 and it appears it's available in the universe repository as well so you can install it through the software center: You'll need it to develop a face browser theme to arrive at your desired solution but this should ...


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You can use a tool called Xfce Theme Manager You can change the themes from a single GUI. Xfce Theme Manager also includes thumbnails. Xfce Theme Manager allows settings the following: Complete Xfce theme. Icon theme Cursor theme Window borders only Controls only Change the wallpaper Customizable theme preview size. Save the current theme. Install ...


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Note that all the changes others have suggested that involve editing the system file /usr/share/themes/Ambiance/gtk-3.0/apps/unity.css can be done without such editing. Instead, just put the desired changes in your own file (that you create), ~/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css , which will take precedence over the system file. Also, note that if the terminal window ...


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After working around for hours with help of theme developer I finally came up with a solution for Nautilus, so to change background entry color when renaming a folder or a file you need to create a small code inside theme folder exactly at: sudo gedit /usr/share/themes/name-of-the-theme/gtk-3.0/nautilus-entry-section.css and paste this code: ...


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You can find free themes here: https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/GtkSourceView/StyleSchemes Find your theme and click download. An xml code will appear. Copy and it and open your text editor. Paste your xml code and save under xml format (name_of_your_theme.xml). In gedit select Edit->Preferences->Font & Colors then click on the "+" to add new themes. ...



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