I would like to modify the Appearance Styles, etc., like I used to be able to do with MS Windows. The pre-defined ones in Appearance either have overly-thick window bars, garish colours, and/or make some window toolbars all black. I would like to customise all this, including fonts and sizes.
I have already tried to do this through Appearance.
So, I reinstalled a plain version of KDE two days ago. (Is there a plain KDE version without all the KDE applications available for Ubuntu? and now the "GTK+ Appearance" options are missing in the KDE settings. (System Settings -> Application Appearance -> GTK+ Appearance).
How can I get this setting back? The GTK+ Apps look horrible without it.
Gtk Appearance - Utility for adjusting Gtk appearance Similar type of program to lxapperance and gtk-theme-switch, but is written in Vala and uses Gtk3If someone wants to compile and give it a try, source is here.
Just installed Ubuntu 13.10 I am new to ubuntu OS.
I did number 31, Google Services Launcher, of this page:
What Custom Launchers and Unity Quicklists are available?
I'm just trying to do some things to learn.
I am wondering, how can I change the appearance of an icon?
I am using Django 1.6.2 in virtualenv, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. As I wanted to shift my project to https, I installed django-sslserver. The project needs self signing, and works fine for Home Page. However, apps in my django project encounter problems. Not all pages are redirected to https, and hence causes 404 error (works only if explicitly prefixed as https).