I think this has been asked/answered but cannot find it using search. I have a wallpaper that is quite light and the fonts under the icons are white with shadows. They are not all that easy to see and read--fine if the background image was black or dark. How do you change the color of the icon fonts???
I just downloaded cinnamon 1.6. It works fine so far, but the text color on the desktop for the icons is too light and i can hardly see it. I'm pretty sure it changed when switching over to nemo file manager. Is there anyway i can change the color for the label text? Google hasn't yielded anything so far.
When I write a post here and select text then click the font-color button, a blank grey dialog comes up. No colors are shown. Mousing over the dialog changes each grey square to a white one, but still no colors are shown.
I'm trying to change the properties of the panels in Gnome Classic in Ubuntu 12.04 (specifically, the font color of the menu), but edit menu doesn't let me edit the color.
I've also found Super+Alt+Right Click gives me properties, but only the background color.
I have a menu, which contain an item with an icon that comes with sdk (from skd/platform/...). In ICS it's displayed fine (dark action bar, light color icon), but in android 2.2, you can't see the icon because the default theme is white and so is the icon.
Is there a way to access android default icons, like when using the search bar, the icon is displayed correctly on all android versions?
The color here and basically anywhere else when you highlight the text such as when you right click and go through the menu options. I would like to make it green since it matches the icon theme. Do I have to edit a css file and if so which one/which line is it?
Does any one have and clue how to change the default text color in Openbox? Libreoffice decides to pick it up as like 40% grey or some BS like that so whenever it prints graphs or formulas it prints in this completely illegible grey color.