Ok, so Fedora is shipped with a different plasma colors in KDE, but I can't figure out how to change them back. I mean the panel is blue and I want it to be silver as it should be as default. Please help!
on 07/25/2009 – Made popular on 07/25/2009
How do I change the default bash colors when logging in (as root) to a remote box via putty?Currently, I see a black background with dark-blue colors for directories that are very hard ... [by BubbaG1]
For years, KDE has delivered excellence in its Plasma desktop environment. The Plasma project is so big in itself, it has three parts- Plasma Desktop, Plasma Netbook and the new Plasma Active. Plasma Active turned some heads in October this year, when its first version appeared for tablets.Plasma Active 2 claims that it adapts to the way you use your device.
I upgraded last night, including the latest kernel but there may also have been a couple of kde-specific updates. I can check if anybody is interested.Booting today, plasma-desktop was only partially usable. Reboot did not help. Removing old plasma config files and recreating them did not help. Eventually, I tracked it down to the Dictionary widget.
I'm new to Ubuntu and was messing around with trying to get Plasma widgets on my gnome desktop. Somehow installing the plasma gtk (terminology?) changed my login screen to a KDE looking one and I can't figure out how to change it back.
I have defined .bashrc custom colors. Escape secuences for bold colors is "\e[1;" and the same for dark colors.
So, on a real console (tty) I'll see darker colors, but on xterm/rxvt on X I'll see bold colors.
Then, how can I set it to see 16 colors (8 normal/8 darker or lighter) on a X server terminal app?
I'm not sure how Meld's syntax highlight colors and/or themes are changed. I have pygtksourceview2 installed, by the way.For example, comments look hideous with my current GTK theme (the blue trext):I already tried modifying the colors inside /usr/lib/meld/meld/preferences.py similar what was mentioned in this post but that had no effect...