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    Question Border color in xfce4-panel

    Hello.

    How can I change border color of xfce4-panel? I guess that I need to modify my .gtkrc-2.0/.gtkrc-2.0.mine, but how?

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    Re: Border color in xfce4-panel

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    Re: Border color in xfce4-panel

    look in /usr/share/themes/*

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    Re: Border color in xfce4-panel

    look in /usr/share/themes/*
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    This is location of GTK and various window manager's themes.
    I'm interested in theme-independent settings. I know that I can change xfce4-panel colors in .gtkrc-2.0, but how can I override panel border settings?

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    Re: Border color in xfce4-panel

    if you look at the gtkrc perhaps you can see the setting you want to change.
    for example i use xfce4-basic, so the setting is /usr/share/themes/Xfce-basic/gtk-2.0/gtkrc
    so i copy the part i want to change to my ~/.gtkrc-2.0 and make my changes.

    just a thought.

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