ive been attempting to edit the status bar pngs as a custom background instead of a solid color,but it stays the color it was. any way to get around this? ive got a nice wood grain bg i want to use.
I've been trying to customize my Ubuntu 12.04 Unity desktop.
I like to have my desktop as clean and simple as possible, where the colors of the background image are shared by every other item.
To accomplish this I edited the Radiance theme.
I used My Unity for launcher color and transparency and also for top panel transparency.
Hyperlinks in OpenOffice Calc are displayed with a solid background which covers the background color of the cell. I don't want a solid background; I want the background color of the cell to show through.
Hello, I have been recently developing lots of small scripts for my new Waldorf install to make it more convenient to use. Right now I'm facing a problem. How to make nitrogen display a solid color background?
After a recent update to KDE 4.3 (not sure exactly which one), the color of the status bars in YaST software manager changed from the default steel blue to dark navy blue. Also, the highlights in other YaST modules use the same dark blue color.
Does anyone know what gets updated that changes this color scheme or how I can change it back to the default?