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.
Do you know Bisigi Project? This project was built to improve the visual appearance of the Ubuntu. They have nice collections of theme for your Linux distro, not limited to Ubuntu. For more information regarding this project, please visit the Bisigi Project home page. Bisigi has many nice, eye catching Gnome themes.
Just upgraded to 12.04, yearned for GNOME and set it up. But the Appearance menu item in system, which is very useful for switching to the pleasant Equinox light theme, is missing. How do I get it back?
okay, how can i change the appearance of all the folders in ubuntu; like i changed the qppearance or logo icon of any one and now i expect it to happen to all the folders throughout the system. also, how can i change the styles of the fonts of folder names?
Hey guys, I made a trivial/stupid error and I can't solve it, even google didn't help.
Accidentally, while playing with themes, windows etc. I removed the "Appearance" menu somehow. How to put it back/reinstall it? I can't find which app this was...
Now I can't even change my background settings :P
I go to system settings and appearance is gone. I tried searching it in the dash and it is not there. When I right click the desktop and select "Change background" the system settings window opens. I tried going to the ubuntu software center and installing it from there it installed and popped up on my launcher.