Aptitude GUI is a graphical version of Aptitude we talked about in our previous post. As Aptitude has already been removed from official repository of Ubuntu, one cant expect to see this GUI based Aptitude by default in Ubuntu Precise Pangolin.
So I have my computer set up just the way I want, with gnome 3 in my favorite color scheme, and the terminal in a matching background/text color scheme. Even the login screen has my Desktop background.
However it is a little jarring when I shut down/use grubby and its in the default maroon and white scheme.
I know how to change my color scheme in Vista. What I despair about is that after I change it, if I switch to another scheme (such as back to Aero), my customized scheme is gone. If I want, I can take another 30 minutes to customize it so it doesn't burn out my eyes. Is there any way to save this scheme?
I've been wanting to make my own syntax-highlighting scheme for GTK source view, mainly to use in Anjuta/GEdit, but I have no experience with xml. I've tried making one with the Scribe Theme Generator, but the highlighting options are just too limited for me. I'm already trying to get the hang of xml and making a color scheme from scratch, but I still feel unsure.
Just upgraded from F17 to 18 last week. Works great except the Cinnamon desktop settings all got weird.
When I use Eclipse, the pop-ups that provide information on methods, variables, etc, went from the same color and font as the rest of Eclipse to a black background with white text and a very difficult to read blue for links.
This is the same for Firefox and several other apps.
Gedit gives specific colors to the variables and another color for the commands. Many parts of the programming syntax has a special color. This programmer can immediately identify parts of the code by seeing the color. However, what if the programmer is color-blind or does not like the way some of the colors look?
Using a dark theme, I have a problem reading the text of the 'quick fix' links in the java editor. I don't know how to change the text color, but I found how to change the bg color, which is currently the tooltip color from my theme. Unfortunately, it's not working. I was hoping someone could see if they experience the same behaviour.In the Preferences window
Has anyone figured out, where QtCurve-GTK2 takes its colors from? When I set QtCurve for both GTK2 and Qt4 (I'm using Openbox with a number of GTK apps and some Qt ones as well, but actually my desktop has nothing to do with the whole KDE stuff), the color scheme in GTK2 version is a bit strange, significantly different from the one set in qtconfig.