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The theme issue is a problem with Windows 7 and not related to your particular modifications. Not that it's any help, but the problem appears to be fixed in Windows 8.1 (I didn't use 8 so I can't speak to it). The best I have been able find to deal with the problem is to save your theme with some name like MyTheme and then open up Personalize and reselect ...


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Customizing terminal colors via Tweaks/Dconf globally changes the colors of all terminal application. For example mc is completely unusable with the preinstalled terminal themes (at least for me). It's extremely difficult for me to differentiate between a command prompt and other text. In this case, you should take a look your ~/.bashrc file and try ...


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Just lock your computer (Windows+L), click ease of access icon on the bottom left corner. Check mark the High Contrast mode and again Uncheck it... Worked For me... Also you can go to windows color tab > advance appearance settings and change it back to default values...


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This is GREAT - I'm on Grey 8 and 'yellow green 2' for fonts. Is there a way to make the application theme darker? Also if you like having a darker background -- how about the following: Imagine a dark (bluish black due to monitor backlighting) background, with bright 255 red text. You can do this to your entire screen, with a program called f.lux. It's ...


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As far as Microsoft themes go: Microsoft quietly ends support for Windows 7 dynamic themes. While dynamic themes are no longer available from Microsoft, Windows 7 and 8 users can still get a new desktop background delivered to them every day by downloading and installing the company's Bing Desktop program. The application automatically updates the ...


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There is an article here on the Microsoft website that explains how to create Themes, Save them and share them with friends and family, it says you need to save it as a .themepack file to allow sharing. You can then save it on your network in a shared location for other people to use, but if you are meaning to put them on the web to be viewed globally then ...


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Quick analysis The settings for the classic and high contrast themes are stored in the following registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Appearance\New Schemes Each subkey is associated with a theme: 0 - High Contrast #1 1 - High Contrast #2 2 - High Contrast Black 3 - High Contrast White 4 - Windows Classic When any of these subkeys is ...


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I've exported the Windows Classic theme (via Export for Sharing)*. You can download it here. I hope it fixed your problem. * I had to change at least one of the properties of the theme so I could export it (you cannot export preset themes, go ahead and try it). So I changed the screensaver to "Ribbons". If you like, you can change it back to "No ...


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"Disable desktop composition" flag disables Aero (transparent glass border) effect for the duration of the application's run, which seems like all there is to "visual themes" Correct; it tells Windows to not use the Aero glass or the Desktop Window Manager (or by extension, hardware acceleration) when that program is run. Therefore, when a program that ...


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Not all applications are effected by this setting. For example, Notepad is not, but my other text editor (SciTE) is. I don't know what the criteria for this is. Below you will see there's lots of little differences. With visual themes disabled, the menu selections are solid blue with inverted text, the menu bar background looses its shading, the menus ...



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