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'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.
decadentgray wrote:and then lookout for the color in the bar (gtkrc are easy to try and error)you're right..it was easy...I have just changedgtk-color-scheme = "selected_fg_color:#FFFFFF"togtk-color-scheme = "selected_fg_color:#242424"and voilá...cheersVDP76
I just upgraded from Karmic to Natty (on my way up). The new default color scheme for context highlighting used in vim just doesn't work for me against a black background. For example, comments are too dark to see. Does anyone know what the name of the default color scheme was under Karmic? And the line in the .vimrc to set it?
I would like to get rid of the darkening of the desktop that occurs when you hit the super key or move the mouse cursor to the corner of the screen in Gnome Shell. I would also like to change the black bar up top to match the Adwaita color scheme. Is there an easy way to modify this?