Ubuntu Software Center Text color fixHi folks, as you probably realize by now, I am not an Ubuntu user, but I still have roots to it. This is probably an aspect I have overlooked in every one of my themes, but this is a fix via CraazyT & nowerries.More Like This
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~nowerries Mar 12, 2012
Hey just read the thread and thought you might like my fix for USC on dark colored themes.
"Only bug I have noticed so far is fonts unreadable in Ubunut Software Center the fix for this is to in terminal type...
sudo gedit /usr/share/software-center/ui/gtk3/css/softwarecenter.css
.... and change the color value of @define-color super-light-aubergine to what ever color you want to define background."
Serenity - New Fluxbox Style! Title: Serenity - Elder V. LaCoste/BuddhaDogMore Like This
! original title: fb_green by Giulio F.
! This style has been so heavily modified by me (E.V.L.) that it bears little
! or no resemblence to the original author's work. Any mistakes are now mine.
! toolbar !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
toolbar: flat bevel gradient vertical
toolbar.label: flat gradient vertical
toolbar.windowLabel: flat gradient vertical
How to run two different Wbars at the Same TimeThis is a little tip on how to run two different instances of wbar simultaneously.* In this case one is horizontal on the bottom center of the screen and the other one is vertical on the left side of the screen.More Like This
1. Set up your two configuration files and save them in your ~/ directory.
2. If not already there, create a folder in your home directory called "scripts".
3. Create a document to hold an executable script in the "scripts" directory named "StartWbars.sh" (or something similar).
4. Copy and paste the following code into the document (StartWbars.sh) and save it.
wbar -config ./Horizontal.wbar -bpress -above-desk -balfa 50 nanim 5.0 -pos bottom -idist 8 -isize 32.0 -zoomf 1.1 &
wbar -config ./Vertical.wbar2 -vbar -bpress -above-desk -balfa 60 nanim 5.0 -pos left -idist 8 -isize 32.0 -zoomf 1.1 &
5. Make it executable (chmod +x file, or in most modern Linux distros you can "right click" on the file and choose the option to make it executable).