OpenSUSE :: Getting KDE Window Color Schemes

May 4, 2010

how to make the windows look like this:


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General :: Color Schemes Do Not Look Right In CLI Vim

Jun 16, 2010

I was having a bit of trouble reading the dark red strings of Vim's default color scheme, so I decided to switch to a different one. [URL]. However, when I set my color schemes to these, not only do they not come out correctly (for example, comments are bright blue), but these 2 somehow come out looking exactly the same! Am I doing something wrong, or are these colors restricted in the terminal so default colors are being chosen?

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General :: Color Schemes Don't Look Right In CLI Vim

Jun 15, 2010

I was having a bit of trouble reading the dark red strings of Vim's default color scheme, so I decided to switch to a different one.


However, when I set my color schemes to these, not only do they not come out correctly (for example, comments are bright blue), but these 2 somehow come out looking exactly the same! Am I doing something wrong, or are these colors restricted in the terminal so default colors are being chosen?

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Fedora :: Different Color Schemes For Each Activity In KDE4?

Jan 2, 2010

I would like to have normal colors for my "main" activity and very dark, lower-contrast colors for my "programming" activity (darker colors, ect. are easier on the eyes).

I thought this would be possible with (and was part of the point of) KDE4's activities. Is it?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Gnomesu Nautilus With Other Window Color?

May 4, 2010

Can I change the colour of the window that appears if I use nautilus with gomesu? I want it to differ from the color of a normal nautilus window of (the in GNOME logged in) normal user "tux"? I use the GNOME file browser nautilus sometimes with superuser rights. But I want also to remind me that I am now root and has his power.Can I just ad an argument/option to the command (like "--no-desktop") or do I have to change some settings for root?I doubt the second would work (alone). But if the second has to be and would help: where can I find his window color settings of root?

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Ubuntu :: Changing The Window Border Color?

Mar 21, 2010

I have been struggling to change the border color of the windows on Ubuntu without actually changing the theme (e.g., Keeping the "Human" theme, but having the frame borders be a different color than orange.) I have searched Google for some help, but found nothing that works. I have gone to System > Preferences > Appearance and set the 'Selected Items' color [URL] but to no avail. Only the controls changed color, not the window borders.

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Debian :: Change The Color Of Smplayer Window In Lxde?

Jun 18, 2010

It's debian testing with lxde.image is attached.In gnome the menu color of smplayer is white but here in lxde it's off-white/yellowish.Is it for theme/icon?It seems it's the color for x-window.

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Ubuntu :: Change Inactive Window Border Color?

Nov 29, 2010

I've been searching and have been unable to find a solution. My current theme is rather dark, for reading at night, etc. And with inactive windows on the screen, the border changes to white from black and makes it difficult on the eyes.

Is there a way to change this inactive color to another, such as black or dark gray?

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Ubuntu :: Change Color Of Window Slide Bar From White To Something Else

Oct 29, 2010

I am running SuperOS 10.10, which is based on Ubuntu 10.10. I am fairly new to gnome Ubuntu and never have dealt much with changing themes.I am using the Ambiance theme and like everything about it but the slide bar is white and hard to see. I like the fact that the close, minimize, maximize buttons are on the left side of the window. If I change the theme to clearlooks then the slide bar is blue and easy to see but the close, minimize, maximize buttons are on the right. I went into Ubunty Tweak, window manager settings when in the clearlooks theme and the close, minimize, maximize buttons are set to custom.

If I uncheck the custom button and click left then nothing happens. I would either like to change the color of the slide bar in ambiance theme or change the close, minimize, maximize buttons location in clearlooks theme. It is probably simple to do but I have been going in circles with no change. Can someone point me in the right direction? Nevermind, I will just switch to another distro. This question didn't generate a lot of traffic.

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Ubuntu :: Change The Color Of The Background In Window Without Changing Themes?

May 19, 2010

I want to change the color of the background in this window (see screenshot)without changing themes. Whats the best way to do this?

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Ubuntu :: Change Login Window Background From Image To Hex Color

Jan 10, 2011

I have Ubuntu Tweak installed but it only lets me change the login background to an image. Is it possible to use a color in hex?I am using Ubuntu 10.10.

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Debian Multimedia :: Sound Schemes For GNOME / MATE?

Jul 26, 2015

Are there any sound schemes for GNOME and MATE? Like different system sounds and a logon-logoff sound and a system sound for when I empty the trash bin? Like the way Ubuntu does, just with different sounds. I'm not that crazy about Ubuntu's system sounds.

I know I don't need it, I think it would just make a nice addition to my laptop and later my desktop.

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Slackware :: Partitioning Schemes - Primary Boot And Distro Hopping

Nov 22, 2010

I managed to do something that takes real talent to do: I broke my Slackware. I was chowning something for a user and, as I was really sleepy, accidentally entered "chown -R user /". It really didn't break, but it started to get glitchy because I couldn't fix it well enough. Then I rage-quit the game and wiped my whole drive except for my personal files. So now I'm here to learn how to properly install Slackware64 current out of the box and hear suggestions regarding partitioning schemes. First of all, I'm aware Alien Bob has a script to help automate the upgrading of the system. Is it the Then what should I do? Install Slack and run the script or can I download things from another distro (I have Arch installed - love LXDE!) and use the Slack DVD to boot and choose it as the source?

If the suggested method is to install Slack first and go from there, I should upgrade slackpkg first, right? My other question is regarding partitioning schemes. I have an 160GB hdd and I used to follow this format: a small (200MB) primary /boot, a primary 20-30GB /, a primary 100GB (give or take) /home and the rest as an extended distro-hopping partition (at the moment I'm building LFS) plus swap. The thing is that I've been noticing a big inconvenience in this method. I have around 40GB left and sometimes I get curious about distro x or y and want to install it so I have to change the logical partitions and my swap gets renamed, which makes me have to edit my fstab. I already changed this setting sda1 to be swap. I'll be installing in a desktop personal computer. Some college work, but nothing too hardcore.

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General :: Desktop Environment Color Settings / Do They Affect Web Browser Color?

Jun 14, 2011

Kernel, Slackware 12.0
KDE 3.5.7
(Mozilla) Firefox

Do color settings in the desktop environment affect color in the web browser? Thanks.

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Ubuntu :: Can GNOME Color Be Used To Alter Ambiance Theme Color?

Jan 12, 2011

Can GNOME Color be used to alter this change directory color in Ambiance theme? I'd rather have white.

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Software :: Screen App / Retain BG / Color Background Color Gets Lost

Jul 6, 2009

I am using the screen app, and have set bce to on, and issued the following commands to set my background and foreground color: tput setab 4; clear; tput setaf 7; clear;

This temporarily sets everything properly on my screen. However, when I issue any commands that change or set their own background color (for example, when I issue an "ls" command with colorized output), the background color gets lost for any new output and I have to reissue the commands listed above in order to retrieve my background color.Ideally I'd like to keep my background color when issuing these commands, as it serves as a good way to remind me of what environment I am currently issuing commands in.

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Programming :: Favorite 256-color Vim Color Scheme

Feb 25, 2011

What is your favorite 256-color color scheme for vim?

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OpenSUSE :: KDE3:make GTK Apps To Have The Same Color?

Feb 1, 2010

have tried all means but GTK apps always appear grey. Even with QtCurve style installed

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OpenSUSE :: Use The Color Theme Plugin With GNU Emacs?

Feb 23, 2010

Does anybody here use the color theme plugin with GNU emacs? I put the files (color-theme.el and the themes folder) in my load path and everything appears to work, but many of the themes don't display correctly.

On those that fail, only the portions of the buffer which actually contain text are themed, the rest is just plain white. This is particularly noticeable when using a dark background, as I tend to do. If this isn't a good enough description, I can attach a picture.

Just as an example: charcoal-black works perfectly while dark-laptop fails as described.

This problem seems to be unique to openSUSE as the plugin works okay on the Red Hat machines I use at school.

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OpenSUSE :: Eye Dropper Color Chooser Plasmoid?

Oct 1, 2010

I'm just curious as to where I can find an Eye Dropper plasmoid for my KDE 4.4 Desktop. I'm pretty sure I had one installed and working a few weeks ago before I reinstalled, but I can't seem to find one anywhere.

So, do any of you have a link or anything to where I can find an Eye Dropper / Color Chooser plasmoid? It doesn't actually have to be a plasmoid, I just need one that isn't tied to a specific application.

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OpenSUSE :: Kate Color Scheme Won't Change?

Oct 3, 2010

I'am trying to change the color scheme of kate, using ./ or append the content to that archive explained here:

zenburn - eye-gentle Kate color scheme

but doesn't seem change nothing, and doesn't appear "zenbur" in "Default Scheme", or even directly in kateschemarc but it is empty!

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Changing Color Depth In 11.4 KDE?

Apr 5, 2011

1. Identify what my current color depth setting are? (default opensuse 11.4 KDE install)

2. How do I change it? Am assuming it is set to 32bit now, would like to set it to 24.

The reason is my little netbook really burns up when i play a video.. acer aspire one and one of the reason why I installed linux over windows 7 was that I wanted my laptop to run faster ... apart from the fact that I would have installed suse anyways!!

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OpenSUSE Install :: Color Cyling When Booting?

Jul 21, 2010

I'm having an issue with opensuse not properly booting into the desktop. I'll try to give as many details as I can. First my system:Macbook Pro 5.5 (Summer 2009). This is an intel core 2 duo, 4 GB of ram and a geforce 9400M.I prepared the computer by using bootcamp to resize my hard disk (640GB WDC) and add a partition. I booted into the installer without any issues, apart from having no mouse support. I deleted the partition boot camp had created and added 3 partitions, 1 root parition, 1 home partition and swap. The rest of the installation process went well and I was soon greeted by the opensuse gnome desktop.

I proceeded to install the wireless drivers for my broadcom BCM4322. I tried both from source and from the Packman repository, and it seemed like it didn't work. This was because I could not remove the ssb module for the kernel due to it being used by ohci_hcd (I believe). I wrote a simple script that would unload those modules, load the "wl" module, and then load the other modules. This worked, and I had wireless.I proceeded to install the Nvidia proprietary drivers, making sure to set the proper options for the bootloader and kernel. This also worked.

After installing a bunch of other software (eagle, notify-osd, grooveshark, vmware workstation), I was able to use my system without any problems until last night. At that point I updated my system after a prompt for updates by opensuse, and now I can't boot into the desktop anymore.At the point when gdm/Xorg is started, where I would regularly see the nvidia logo. Now all I get is a series of colored screens. These cycle from black, to white, to red, green, blue. I also get a bunch of grayscale gradients. However, no desktop.I have attempted several things to rectify this problem, some of them with limited success:

- obviously nomodeset was set, and the nouveau driver blacklist, unless this was changed by the update
- failsafe mode -> this worked, but I don't want to run in failsafe.


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OpenSUSE :: Switched MPlayer For VLC To Play WMV But Color Blue

Jun 18, 2009

I couldn't get .wmv "windows media player" files to run under linux originally, when firefox defaulted to opening them with mplayer. I changed the default to vlc player. Now they can play perfectly, but the color is all blue. Different shades of blue the other colors don't appear.

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OpenSUSE :: Changed Firefox's And Opera's Color Scheme?

Jan 27, 2010

i changed my kde color scheme and it changed firefox's and opera's color scheme. sometimes it can be difficult to read links or articles on web pages. i don't want to change their default color schemes. how can i do that ?

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OpenSUSE :: Change Color / Style Of Task Manager Bar?

Mar 3, 2011

I just installed SUSE 11.3 on my PC and used KDE desktop. But the default color and style of the task manager bar looks not so good to me. It's a back and gray bar. How to change its color and style? Should I install something else or just do some settings? I look through the system setting but can not find a way. Could you kindly please tell me how to do that?

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OpenSUSE :: Color With KDE4 - Konsole And Midnight Commander

Mar 16, 2011

This problem has been bugging me since KDE4 starting shipping. In konsole, if you use the default black on white profile, and you start Midnight Commander, the color of the MC screen is the default blue color it has always been. However, if you change to the green on black profile, which is the one that I prefer, and you start MC, the blue changes to some unreadable light robin egg blue which is horrid.

I'm making a huge assumption here, but it looks like something is off with the green on black profile in Konsole. Try it yourself and you will see what I mean. This only started with KDE4, but it still persists through every version to current.

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OpenSUSE :: No Color Option And Non Double Sided Printing

Apr 6, 2011

I have a Lexmark 736DN printer (color, 2-sided printing). With openSUSE 11.3, there was non specific driver to pick during printer installation: I picked up "Lexmark C772dn Foomatic/Postscript" and everything was fine (at least I didn't notice problems). With openSUSE 11.4, there's no such a driver! Even more, the list of drivers for lexmark is a lot, lot shorter than the list present in 11.3. C772dn is not present so i picked up "Lexmark 4076 - CUPS + Gutenprint v5.2.6": but there is no color option and non double sided printing! what's up? Maybe I miss a rpm with printer's drivers (not installed by default)?

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OpenSUSE :: Failed To Retrieve Property `GtkTreeView::odd-row-color'?

Aug 22, 2011

I've updated to OpenSuse 11.3 (zypper dup) and now I cannot use seamonkey or firefox application. It freeze, even with -safe-mode.
I get a gtk message error when launching this application in a terminal with GTK_DEBUG set :

Gtk-Message: /usr/share/themes/Sonar/gtk-2.0/gtkrc:48: failed to retrieve property `GtkTreeView:dd-row-color' of type `GdkColor' from rc file value "((GString*) 0x2aaf778da760)" of type `GString'

OpenSUse 11.3 X86_64/ Gnome / MozillaFirefox-6.0-2.1.x86_64 or seamonkey-2.3-4.1.x86_64

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Canon Pixma IP1880 - No Color

Oct 15, 2010

It's weird because it did not even print different shades of gray (for the colors), as though I set it to print to black-and-white, when clearly I did not.

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