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
Default content in elementary OS 5.1 HERA
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# See http://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes for how to upgrade to
# newer versions of the distribution.
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There are two ways you can change the language setting:
change Keyboard Which you can change by Alt+Shift
change input method Which you can change by Alt+Space(By default disabled)
Option one is easy even you can change at login-screen, But if you changed input-method this you can't change at login-screen using Alt+Space because ibus is not running by ...
What it cames to my mind is to navigate with pantheon-files to a pdf file you want to open, right click on it, choose Open With and select Choose another application in the bottom of the list no matter that your favorite application is above.
This way you will launch a popup window with a list of the recommended for this file type applications. Choose the ...
Right Click to a picture that you desire to associate, Open With. Then select "Other Application" (even if you see the default photo viewer there!).
Now select "Photo Viewer" and check the "Set as default" box below as you can see on this image:
To appear in Music Player dropdown in 'Default Applications' list, your app's .desktop file (the one in /usr/share/applications) should contain Categories=Audio;Music;Player; line. If it doesn't contain this line, try adding it manually and see if the app will appear in the Music Player dropdown.
I found the same issue when setting Firefox Developer Edition as my default browser. Then when opening the default browser using a shortcut, it opens a separate dock icon.
I looked in ~/.local/share/applications and found the added shortcut. It looks like it was using firefox-bin as the executable.
If you change the executable in your custom shortcut to ...
if you save the torrent file on your pc, then by going to the downloads folder and right-clicking it you can choose which application to open it with. There you should also(however I don't remember how) be able to set it as the default app for that filetype
"Using a special user account for setting the guest preferences is the most convenient way to customize the guest session feature. Please follow these steps:
Add a new user account with the username guest-prefs.
Log in to guest-prefs and change things to what you want your guests encounter at startup.
Open a terminal window and create a symbolic link to ...