I have made some subtle (but I think very effective) tweaks to my stock Ubuntu MATE install. Nothing clever, just installed an icon set, tweaked it by swapping out some status and actions icons from another stock set, set the wallpaper, tweaked a few colours and changed the default fonts, removed the orange colour from the window close button, those kinds of things.
The reason was that I just don't get along with the green theming, and wanted to change it to a dark blue, and I have, except in some places.
It seems like MATE doesn't use the theme colours in certain places. I may not have found them all, but so far I still get green selections in:-
The lock screen. The power drop down highliughts in green. Lightdm config screen. All options highlight in green.
There are probably more places and so to my question:
Is there a global green colour set somewhere? Perhaps in the gtk css? If so, where?
I am scared of the gtk theming files, I never touch them, but if I can change a specific hex code from green to blue then happy days.