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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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I think changing only lock screen, not the login manage(i.e diplay manager) would be littl hard. But as you told in the question, you can change the lock screen background. Simplest way to do that would be overwrite the /usr/share/wallpaper/Elarun/content/images/1366×768.png image with your custom one with same name. But there is another and safer way to ...


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Copy your favorite theme from /usr/share/theme to ~/.theme. Name the theme folder something different from what it was named in the /usr/share/theme. This way when you select your chosen them you'll find it by the name you called the folder. Example: cp -R /usr/share/themes/Radiance/ ~/.themes/MyRadiance Edit the gtk-3 folder of that new directory to ...


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You can come close to the effect you're looking for if you use compizconfig-settings-manager. Navigate to the 'Unity' plugin and select 'Decorations'. Check the box 'Override Theme Settings' and you can give windows a 'window shadow radius' and a color and opacity. But, you can also set X and Y shadow offsets. Set those offsets to 0, set the shadows to ...


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GTK Theme Preferences works with any GTK2 and GTK3 theme and lets you customize the following: selected background color Xfce panel, Gnome panel and Unity panel: background and text color menu background and font color So install that by the following command: $ sudo apt-get install gtk-theme-config Once installed, launch GTK Theme Preferences from ...


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The theme is not compatible with Unity. The window borders won't work properly. Better to use a forked theme of Elementary (none as good as the original, though).


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I found this in a file called ~/.themes/Zen-bicolor/gtk-2.0/apps/libreoffice.rc and I copied it to ~/.themes/Zen-bicolor/gtk-2.0/gtk-widgets.rc style "large_scrollbar" { GtkScrollbar::slider-width = 15 GtkScrollbar::trough-border = 3 } widget_class "*" style "large_scrollbar" Seems ...


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Change the theme from "Ambiance" to "Adwaita" solved the problem for me. But you have to like this new theme.



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