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You can reset terminal palette to default with dconf or via the command line: gsettings reset org.pantheon.terminal.settings palette To set background transparency you can change the background key at the same path. Its last value is between 1 (no transparency) and 0 (full transparency) See Where are dircolors defined for pantheon terminal? as well


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Use: sudo apt --purge remove fluxgui After, delete the files in the folder ~/.local/share/fluxgui Reboot, and reinstall fluxgui


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Just as the post you linked says you can open the file by entering sudo scratch-text-editor /usr/share/themes/elementary/gtk-3.0/apps.css in the terminal. Once it's open look for the section that starts with this /******* * Gala * *******/ The default CSS code looks like this: .gala-notification { border: none; border-radius: 4px; ...


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While i'm also very concerned about color switchboard plugin being gone (i'm a photographer so i make a substantial use of color profiles) i did some digging and found this: https://github.com/elementary/switchboard-plug-display/issues/5 Seems like Elementary wants to move setting color profiles from "Color" settings to "Display" settings. As a result ...


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Update: Ended up fixing the issue. Apparently the switchboard color plugin had been removed. Once I reinstalled that, the color setting appears under the settings window. You can reinstall the switchboard color plugin by running the following: sudo apt-get install switchboard-plug-gcc-color then sudo apt-get install switchboard-plug-gcc-color-dbg ...


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You can, but you need to use a different file viewer - Nautilus works great. sudo apt-get install nautilus sudo apt-get install folder-color You should be able to right click folders using Nautilus and select "folder color" to adjust them. Here's a screenshot of mine running Juno 5.0:


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If you mean the Terminal's background, then you need to install the Elementary Tweaks and go to Terminal menu —> Background Color and change the background color, you can also change the background transparency. Also, I don't recommend changing the background color from gray to any other color or setting the transparency too high. In my opinion it doesn't ...


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Short answer: edit /usr/share/gtksourceview-3.0/styles/solarized-dark.xml and customize it the way you want. For example, line 29, changing the value of 'base3' from #002B36 to #2B2B2B will get you the desired background color. Long answer: take a look at Dark theme on Elemntary Code instead of “Solar Dark”


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If you have elementary tweaks installed, it's pretty straightforward to swap out icon packs, but that's kind of a global change to all icons and I don't think this is quite what you're looking for. Unfortunately I'm not aware of this functionality built into elementary OS, but maybe someone more knowledgeable about this stuff will come along.


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There is a change that's caused by the German translation. I would recommend testing this again in the English language, I now understand that the settings still freezed in english, so it's not a translation issue. I would recommend starting the System Settings from the terminal with debug enabled: $ switchboard --debug Hopefully that shows useful errors. ...


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