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Failed to load module “unity-gtk-module” - GTK error in VMware

am using ubuntu 14.4. now when i try to install VMware-Player-6.0.1-1379776.x86_64.bundle i got error, Extracting VMware Installer...done. Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "overlay-scrollbar": ...
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How to choose gtk version for Eclipse RCP application in linux?

I have an Eclipse RCP application which I want to run in Linux environment that has multiple gtks installed. Is there a way to choose the gtk version against which I can run the application? Linux ...
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How to create a Stardict-3 skin

I want to change the default theme/skin in Stardict-3 because it looks like it's running in Basic mode with the square brackets and all. I'm not particularly a fan of the default gtk look. The ...
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Chrome HTML5 notifications displaying white font on white background

When filling an input with the wrong type or pattern and hitting "submit", Chrome displays notifications as shown below: The thing is, I'm using a theme with a dark background on my system, so the ...
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Force Firefox to Ignore GTK Theme?

Latest Firefox, 26, on Mint 16 MATE. Firefox is using the system GTK theme, and it looks bad. How can I tell Firefox to ignore the system theme and do it's own thing? ui.use_native_colors is false ...
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Emacs showing grey background where there are no characters

Since a couple of days, my Emacs is showing a light grey background on the parts of the window that are not covered by characters (see screenshot). Text appears normally black on white (as per ...
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yakuake - mark to copy

(gui: KDE) Terminator has a "mark to copy" option in preferences - i.e. it's enough to select text on the terminal to have it copied to clipboard. Now, I do not want to enable such an option ...
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Change color of active TAB for roxterm on XFCE / LXDE

I've recently moved away from Gnome because my virtual machine simply could not handle the load. The VM is running Debian and XFCE 4.10.1 (I've tried out LXDE before, too). The one thing that bites me ...
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GTK Linux application prior to gdm login remains on screen at login after program ends

I have a GTK Linux application which I want to use as an "Accept Terms of Usage" screen prior to the user logging in. The application is simple, a big Box with a Label and an Acknowledge button on ...
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Murrine engine on GTK3?

I'm trying to use a GTK theme which requires the Murrine engine, so I installed gtk2-engines-murrine from apt-get. It works fine in most apps, but some such as nm-applet segfault as soon as I try to ...
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ubuntu theme with same scrollbars in both gtk 2 and 3

Running Ubuntu 13.04 with overlay scrollbars disabled, the default theme of Ambiance renders scrollbars differently depending on whether they are used in a GTK 2 or GTK 3 application. I am just ...
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Fonts look thinner in gtk application when not using gnome

The fonts in gtk applications such as emacs or gedit look thinner than in other applications when I use awesome as windows manager. Switching back to unity solve the problem. For instance DejaVu Sans ...
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Is there a way to configure system-wide word delimiters for text in GNOME/GTK+?

I'm looking for a way to define or view and modify which characters are considered word boundaries by GNOME, similar to the "select-by-word" characters used in GNOME Terminal (related question) or ...
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AbiWord not using GTK2 theme

I have a linux desktop that uses Openbox and GTK2. I installed abiword, because honestly, I don't use Libreoffice Impress, etc. at all. I just use a word processor. Anyway, I installed Abiword and ...
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Browsing the web with a dark theme [duplicate]

I like dark themes a lot, but I cannot use them with satisfaction: it often happens that I need to fill in a form on a web page (gmail login, for instance, or even here in stackexchange: the question ...
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Meld 1.7 How to change background from white to black?

I've installed Meld 1.7.4 and changed gtkrc to the one given at https://wiki.gnome.org/Meld/DarkThemes While this does change some colors, it doesn't make the background dark (when no difference is ...
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Install GTK Murrine to home directory?

Bit of irony here, in that I'm not a superuser on this machine, but our development server is FreeBSD with X11 and GTK 2 installed on it. I found I'm able to use my own themes on the server by ...
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Opera 12.16 & Fedora/Ubuntu

I need to install opera 12.16 on ubuntu 12.10 (gtk 3.6.0) & fedora 19 (gtk 3.8.2). When I start Opera at both systems as "strace opera" , I have the same error: http://codetidy.com/6507/ If I ...
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How to install PyGTK for Python 2.7 on CentOS 6?

I am having a big problem installing PyGTK for Python 2.7 on CentOS 6. The YUM on CentOS does not have Python 2.7 or any modules for it, so I had to build Python 2.7 from source. But PyGTK has a ...
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Different GTK engines for Mac OSX homebrewed software

I am trying to "brew" the Geany editor with Homebrew using different GTK engines on Mac OSX (Mountain Lion) in order to give it a Mac'ish look. To accomplish this, I have successfully brewed the ...
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how to run gtk app on linux without an x server

backstory - i need to run an adobe air app, which does some things and takes a screenshot of itself and saves out a JPG, then kills itself. (on linux environment) I have it successfully running on ...
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XFCE: How to set different x/ythickness for each separate panel in .gtkrc-2.0?

The question is in the subject. Can it be done? Is there any way to do it other than editing the .gtkrc-2.0 file? Full story: I use two panels in my desktop. Both horizontal, one in the top and the ...
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GTK apps from remote server look bad

I ssh into my headless remote server with X11 forwarding. All my remote GTK apps from remote server look rather ugly. My default GTK theme is not applied. I think this has something to do with GTK ...
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GTK+ 3 Menu configuration for Emacs

I don't like the GTK based emacs (Screenshot #1) and still prefer the tradition emacs (Screenshot #2), which I get from Ubuntu PPA. The fundamental difference is that the tradition emacs looks ...
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Remove Eclipse's extra margins in Linux (Ubuntu XFCE)

I can't get rid of an ugly and wasting-space margin below the menubar in Eclipse: I have followed a number of tutorials for improving the rendering of Eclipse on Ubuntu, including using a custom ...
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Linux Mint: invisible white-on-white menu items

Linux Mint 14 Nadia (and possibly older versions as well) displays the text of some menu items in the same colour as the menu background, rendering the menu item impossible to read, unless hovered ...
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How to build or install WebKitGTK on CentOS 5.8?

I'm trying to build an embedded simple web browser for an embedded device and I've decided to use WebKit / WebKitGTK+. However, our device uses a Linux environment somewhat based on CentOS 5.8. I ...
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gImageReader Clipboard doesn't work on Windows

I'm using gImageReader to do some OCR on Windows 7, and though I can copy from within the application itself, I can't copy to the external Windows 7 clipboard. I believe the program is gtk based, and ...
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How to compile GTK2 on Linux machine without administrator privileges?

I'm working on a "SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (x86_64)" machine, which has GVim version 6.4.6, which is quite old, and not supported by some plugins. This is a corporate machine, and no one will ...
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How to make fillers in GTK applications smaller?

I start an GTK-based IDE on my netbook, and it looks not so nice: too much screen space space wasted on dull gray areas. I want it to be more like this: How to make GTK programs to economize ...
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GTK3 applications are ugly in XFCE

I am running Arch Linux with XFCE. GTK2 apps, like Thunar, look nice: On the other hand, GTK3 apps, like Rhythmbox, look pretty messed up. I get the same results with both the XFCE theme and the ...
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Syntax Highlight and Autocomplete in Geany for GTK+ (C)

I have just started GTK+ coding in C. I was curious whether i can get syntax highlight and auto-completion working for my GTK code... because as a beginner it would be helpful. I was completely ...
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Enable Alt-tab in Windows running through Linux terminal

Tearing my hair out over this. On my desk at work is a HP HSTNC-001L-TC terminal, and through this I connect to our server which has Windows Server 2008. The problem is alt-tab doesn't work. I've ...
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How can I change the color of fillable squares in GNOME Sudoku 3.4.1 on Ubuntu 12.04 to anything less “white”?

I play Sudoku on my laptop but I find that the white color of the blank squares that we have to fill is hurtful to my eyes. I would like to change the color to something less white, say #777777. I ...
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Looking for a gtk equivalent of ark

Does there exist a GTK equivalent (or improvement) of the Linux archiving tool known as Ark? If so, where might it be found; and if not, how well-received might be a new project which acts as a ...
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GNOME 3, reset GNOME 2 look and feel

I just installed and started GNOME 3, and after starting it I notice that all applications using GTK2 are still maintaining the old look-and-feel. I would like to make this consistent. I'm thinking ...
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How do I unmaximize a window with xdotool or similar by command line?

With xdotool or wmctrl I can move or modify window attributes but if it is maximized none of the commands work. How do I "unmaximize" the window?
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Gtk-WARNING with display when using sudo in nx

I am using nxclient on my Windows machine to connect to a Linux server which is running RHE. I am able to run all programs with GUI correctly. However, when I run the same programs with sudo, I get ...
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GTK Fonts are too big

My GTK fonts are very big. When I want them to look good I have to set the size to 7. But I think this is very low and not the solution. I think it should be around 12. 7 sounds like a workaround to ...
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What are some well-known Qt apps in Ubuntu? [closed]

I'm trying to decide between using Qt and GTK in ubuntu, but that's not the topic of this question. I'm looking for some examples of well-known/popular apps in Ubuntu that use Qt/QML. I think that ...
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Gtk3 theme development tips

I've started adopting the default Ubuntu Ambiance theme for my needs, but I find it a very cumbersome process. As soon as I change my theme and load it, it also gets cached so any further changes ...
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What is a a good project and to-do manager for GTK Linux?

Can someone tell me the name of a good task managing program? I tried Tasque, "tasks", "planner", all of these are not sufficient. I need to at least be able to have recurring tasks, which none of ...
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Installing ettercap-gtk on mac osx lion.

I'm trying to get ettercap-gtk installed on osx but am having little luck. Getting ettercap without the GUI installed was no problem. When I try with macports I get the following: Package ...
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How to install mono dev libs on Arch?

I'm trying to compile an old tomboy addin of mine on Arch, but it seems there are no mono-dev-libs. MonoDevelop failed to compile because it's missing Unix,Gdk and Gtk. I also can't find the libs in ...
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Global GTK+ hotkey

Ideally, I'd like to bind a hotkey across all apps using gtk. I have Ctrl+Shift+p bound to paste from the selection buffer in urxvt, which generally means I can do everything without moving my hands ...
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$DISPLAY dependent gtk themes

I have a computer at home that I log into remotely. The "monitor" for it is a TV, so I want gtk applications to use a large font and icon theme, which I managed to do by editing the ~/.gtkrc-2.0 file ...
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Is there any way to install multiple version of gtk on Ubuntu?

I recently upgraded to Ubuntu 11.10. Ubuntu 11.10 comes with gtk(2, 24, 6). I want to test one of my program with gtk (2,16,1), so how can I install gtk(2,16,1) and compile my pygtk program? I try ...
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How to install a new version of Gtk without overwriting the current version?

There is a similar question without answer : How do I install a newer version of GTK in Ubuntu without replacing the current one? I'm running a Fedora 10 - Gnome - Gtk 2.0. Wireshark needs Gtk+ > ...
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What difference will GTK3 support make for Emacs?

Emacs 24 is said to come with GTK3 support. What difference will this make (for the users)?
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How do I change my gnome Ubuntu key-binding work as emacs?

, Hello, everyone How can I change editing key-binding in Gnome on Ubuntu, and make it work like Emacs? Eg. When I'm chat with my friend, and I want to use Ctrl-a Ctrl-k to move my cursor go to the ...