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Thread: HOWTO: Change Font Color in Gnome Panels

  1. #71
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    Re: HOWTO: Change Font Color in Gnome Panels

    Can confirm it works on JJ/64 bit

  2. #72

    Re: HOWTO: Change Font Color in Gnome Panels

    Confirming this works in Debian lenny. One question though, while the panel itself is black (with white text for apps, places, system), how do i change the menu color (ie when you click apps and it shows the list with "Accessories", etc.) to black on white? which lines need be edited?

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    Re: HOWTO: Change Font Color in Gnome Panels

    I only read a few pages of this thread because I'm looking for a fix related to this, but cant you do most of these changes these days in Gnome Color Chooser?

  4. #74
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    Re: HOWTO: Change Font Color in Gnome Panels

    Hi. I was screwing around with themes and one of the ones that I installed seemed to change some of my backgrounds black and left my text black. I don't mind black backgrounds but I need to change the color of the text so that I can read it without having to highlight it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Most of the text is in nautilus, pidgin, gedit, etc... if that makes a difference.

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    Re: HOWTO: Change Font Color in Gnome Panels

    Great post !!!!
    It has worked fine for my computer.
    Thank you very much !

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    Re: HOWTO: Change Font Color in Gnome Panels

    Your script works in Edgy as well. Here's the one I use personally, and it is also confirmed working in Edgy:
    Good-oh, worked for me from here in the future with Maverick!
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