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After setting a new theme in elementary-tweaks I'm now looking for a .css or configuration file to change the style of the text in the top panel and app menu to fit the style of the theme. More precisely I would like it not to be bold, and even change the font, matching the title bar of the windows.

Thanks!

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I think you should install elementary tweaks. And you can visit the previous question similar like these in Here

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  • Unfortunately, elementary-tweaks doesn’t have a specific setting for the top panel. Also I have checked a lot of previous posts, but things are changed with gala, and I can't find the proper solution. Thanks anyway for your answer – Nicco Apr 28 at 6:40
  • @Nicco or you can install gnome tweaks. I used that tool. sudo apt install gnome-tweaks – Dodofold Apr 28 at 6:45
  • I tried, also I spent a lot of time with gnome-shell-extensions before realising that elementary uses pantheon haha – Nicco Apr 28 at 6:49
  • Themes are responsible for this in Elementary OS. So you must edit a theme in /usr/share/themes – Sysadmin May 28 at 9:43
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Themes are responsible for this in Elementary OS. So you must edit a theme in /usr/share/themes.

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