hi,I've modified the gnome-shell.css and restart the gnome-shell,but it dosn't work,I just want a smaller icon....my path is /home/username/gnome-shell/source/gnome-shell/data/theme/gnome-shell.css is that ok?
I'm a big ubuntu fan and been using it for years but haven't given nearly as much back as I want to have helped so hopefully this tip may save some of you designers a little time.
I've been redesigning templates for gnomeshell and rather than totally restart your full shell try this;
Press Alt+F2 and type 'rt' as this reloads only the Gnome Shell Theme. Not the full gnome-shell.
Hope this helps in the productivity.
Last edited by ferreter007; May 1st, 2011 at 12:27 PM. Reason: spelling error
Here are 2 changes done from my side.
1. Changed the top panel color to transparent
2. Made the days of other months appear distinctively.
I'm looking for the css selector path that lets me style the hyperlinks in the chat message popup.
If you're not sure what I'm referring to then have a look at this image that I found on the gnome website.
I didn't want to upload a screenshot of my own chat sessions for privacy reasons.
I'm currently using the Nord theme from deviant art and the hyperlinks are white text on a white background... so fairly difficult to read before clicking.
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The little death that obliterates...
Hey guys, thanks for all of the useful tips. I was wondering if anyone knew how to change the color of the text in the shell's calendar so that each event matches the color of their respective calendar. Thanks!
One extra tip to add to this thread: you can use LookingGlass to get some "inspect element" functionality like that found in Firebug.