# What file I need to edit to change the text color in a theme?

After updating to Ubuntu 11.04 (from 10.10) with Unity, and also after I've been tampering the (gtk, I presume?) motif a little, I've run into a little trouble.

In my panel (the one with the systray) all message are grey, the very same takes place for all my appropriate click food selections and more. After googleing I've figured out that I require to transform the message [regular ] (or something like) variable in my GTK motif. Please remedy me if I'm incorrect.

I've additionally figured out that I require to modify a documents in my motif /usr/share/themes/<theme-name>

But which documents, and also where in the documents? Demands to be transformed to black. (Can I make use of hex codes, ex.: # 000000?)

In fact I see that the message in my appropriate click food selection is black when an alternative is impaired. I in fact require to switch over those 2 shades - so as to get every little thing right. Correct?

Many thanks alot!

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2022-06-07 15:17:44
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If the motif is a system motif (mounted by default), you can locate it in the /usr/share/themes/ directory site. So as an example if it is Ambiance, you will certainly locate it in /usr/share/themes/Ambiance/gtk-2.0/gtkrc documents.

If you have actually mounted it on customer setting you can possibly locate the motif in ~/.themes/ directory site. After that most likely to the pertinent themes gtk-2/0 and also open the gtkrc documents.

On top you could locate a line as gtk-color-scheme =. There you can locate the message shades.

Yet one can additionally transform the shade from appropriate - click desktop computer, them transform history. After that under Theme tab select Customize and afterwards after picking the pertinent motif, most likely to shades tab. Below you can transform the message shades.

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2022-06-07 15:42:21
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