On Mon, 2006-05-01 at 19:35 +0300, Ali Helmy wrote:
> On 01/05/06, Bob Chiodini <rchiodin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-05-01 at 12:48 +0300, Ali Helmy wrote:
> > Hey lads,
> > My background image is mostly black, and I have the
> gnome-panel color
> > set to transparent most of the time, or when its a solid
> color, its
> > black, so I have a problem, which is that all gnome applets
> > weather, etc] use a black font to print their text, which
> > doesn't show on the black panel...
> > So is there some way I can edit the font the panel-applets
> use to
> > display text [say turn it into white for example] so that I
> can easily
> > read them on my black panel?
> > --
> > Cheers,
> > A. Helmy
> Good morning, sorry to hear that the auto hide failed to
> stick, not sure
> what that's all about.
> I had the same problem concerning the applet font colors. I
> did some
> googling and came up with this:
> create a file called .gtkrc-2.0 in your home directory that
> style "panel_color"
> fg[NORMAL] = "#b4ff7b"
> widget "*PanelWidget*" style "panel_color"
> widget "*PanelApplet*clock*" style "panel_color"
> I could not find the specific resources, thus the wild
> cards. The color
> definition is slightly green of yellow. I used one of the
> apps to get the value.
> You'll need to log off and back on to see the changes.
> Thanks for the help mate, but... what should I insert instead of the
> wild cards?
> A. Helmy
I could not find the specific resources, but *PanelWidget* and
*PanelApplet*clock* get the clock applet and the items next to the the
See attached. Is this what you're trying to do?
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Yes that's exactly what I'm trying to do... But I still don't know what to replace the wild cards with
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