I'm just starting with Android development so bear with me. I've downloaded Android Studio, and when i start a new project it a theme called Theme.AppCompat.Light (even tough I've selected Holo Light when creating a new project). So my question is, why does android use this and what is it useful for?
I was editing my /usr/share/icons/default file because I was trying to change the mouse theme on another xserver with nothing running on it. I changed it to to read
After a restart I saw that my desktops mouse theme had changed too! :c
I tried to change my mouse theme back with gnome tweak tool but even after restarting a few times it doesn't seem to do anything.
I have encountered a strange theme problem since I updated to 12.04 some days ago: Nautilus needs some extra treatment after every login in order to obey the theme. It concerns every user. After every login the theme in nautilus (and only in nautilus, no other program is concerned) is set to orange-grey standard theme.
In XMind, theme is the attributes collection for text font, text color, shape and color of topics , lines, boundaries, and relationships, map’s background color and wallpaper. XMind has 6 well-designed themes in the theme view, which you can open from menu View — Theme.
Apply a theme
In Theme view, double-clicking any a theme will apply it to the current opened map immediately.