In the settings menu there should be a config file that is in charge for the colour schemewhat is that is that config filei want to know how i can chnage my color scheme
on 05/23/2012 – Made popular on 05/23/2012
I have modified my eclipse colour theme to my liking but just cant seem to develop in peace because I keep having to squint and stare at the screen for certain elements. The colour default scheme is simply pathetic!
I have no idea what these elements are called and hence instead of attempting to describe them I have attached screenshots.
I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but here goes. I have a few kde3 apps installed on my kde4 11.2 system. I was wondering if there is a way to get the colour scheme that I use in kde4 to work with the kde3 apps (in particular amarok 1.4.10).
My monitor is not the best in the world and I find reading black on white unpleasant. Where I could (gedit, terminal) I changed the colour to something more relaxing for me - like the Kobalt scheme in Gedit, or green on black for the terminal. This helps my eyes.
Now, I wonder what would be the most economical way to get most of my software to display text like this?
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'm on the Isle of Mull at the moment, you'll find it on the West coast of Scotland
The community here in Tobermory built a rowing skiff with the idea of competing with other towns and villages.
I was at the launching ceremony and was impressed with it's sleek lines and colour scheme.