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There's only a single line in that particular .css file because the default theme (Adwaita) comes as a binary: Adwaita is a complex theme, so to keep it maintainable it's written and processed in SASS, the generated CSS is then transformed into a gresource file during gtk build and used at runtime in a non-legible or editable form. Since the code has been ...
Go to KDE System Settings > Application Appearence > Colours, on the Scheme tab select openSUSE and click in Save Scheme and give a new name, such as "openSUSE-Green". Now select "openSUSE-Green" on the list and click on the tab Colours, there you need to change the colour of the following items, put the according colour in the HTML code area, so just ...
Unfortunately I don't have the answers to all of your questions. I did some testing on CentOS 7 with Mate 1.8.1, so here goes: A. Yes, you can edit ~/.themes. I noticed that changes to (e.g.) buttons take effect when opening new windows. For instance, suppose you make changes by changing pictures in the gtk-2.0 and you open another filemanager window, that ...
I beleive this is what you were looking for? http://www.webupd8.org/2011/04/make-kde-applications-look-native-in.html If not ill see what else I can come up with.
You can run this command, and then click on the window you want to have a dark window title: xprop -f _GTK_THEME_VARIANT 8u -set _GTK_THEME_VARIANT dark If you have some mechanism to find the X window id, you can pass that into xprop -id.
That will (has) changed drastically with Cinnamon version 2.4. The answer is that the Cinnamon themes are not limited to the panel, but Mint with Cinnamon <2.4 was hiding a lot of features of those themes. A new way of handling the themes comes with v. 2.4. especially with the 'Controls' option. Now the normal Linux flexibility is there: More ...
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