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23 Sep 2021
@_discord_836911568054124564:t2bot.ionext no u 03:28:20
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch local share themes? 03:30:29
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch ok fine. i will try and say, thanks btw 03:30:37
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch what abt extensions 03:30:58
@_discord_138434663986233344:t2bot.ioReasonably Selenium Gnome Themes are in /usr/share/themes 03:33:15
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch yea just got a guide for it 03:33:49
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch but what abt extensions 03:33:52
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch and it seems i can change the defaults with user-themes extensions which is available by installing with apt 03:34:11
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch and that is fine 03:34:13
@_discord_345458339674587146:t2bot.iomonke $XDG_DATA_HOME 03:34:22
@_discord_345458339674587146:t2bot.iomonke idk 03:34:24
@_discord_718149776574775387:t2bot.ioXenon6502#5188 gNoMe
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07:16:28
@_discord_804331029199323167:t2bot.ioAmy hmmhmmm 08:41:57
@_discord_804331029199323167:t2bot.ioAmy 08:42:10
@_discord_804331029199323167:t2bot.ioAmy e g g 08:42:14
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch hi ppl 09:50:37
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch i wanna know one more thing 09:50:44
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch is cel os based on ubuntu? if so it dosen't look like ubuntu at all 09:50:55
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch what was modified to give it plain gnome look? 09:51:02
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch i wanna get it to. can u guide 09:51:08
@_discord_345458339674587146:t2bot.iomonke themes are not distro specific 10:14:32
@_discord_804331029199323167:t2bot.ioAmy arch themes are not distro specific and the CELOS theem (i think) is just modifed default theme 11:21:43
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch I meant abt the session. 12:00:15
@_discord_771356114557992961:t2bot.ioarch I got it i gotta replace ubuntu session with gnome session. 12:00:27
@_discord_682553208488722444:t2bot.ioDiscord c'est pas ouf en vrai#1532 Sorry for late reply! gnome apps and components use gsettings from glib to manage their configuration. gsettings uses dconf as a backend to store settings, which stores them in its database. To set system-wide gnome configuration you have two possibilities : create a system dconf database/profile (see https://help.gnome.org/admin/system-admin-guide/stable/desktop-background.html.en), this is meant for system admins, or create a "vendor override" file (see http://www.burtonini.com/blog/2011/07/04/system-defaults-in-gsettings/), in /usr/share/glib-2.0 as you mentioned this is meant for vendors i.e. distributions, and is the way ubuntu applies its customization. These files can set particular settings depenidng on the desktop session used; this means you can make a custom desktop session with custom settings like ubuntu does, but you can just use regular gnome-session and not bother with that.
To find out what settings to use in these files, you should play around with dconf-editor (mentioned in 2nd link).
That's pretty confusing.
14:48:06
@_discord_682553208488722444:t2bot.ioDiscord c'est pas ouf en vrai#1532 Sorry for late reply! gnome apps and components use gsettings from glib to manage their configuration. gsettings uses dconf as a backend to store settings, which stores them in its database. To set system-wide gnome configuration you have two possibilities : create a system dconf database/profile (see https://help.gnome.org/admin/system-admin-guide/stable/desktop-background.html.en), this is meant for system admins, or create a "vendor override" file (see http://www.burtonini.com/blog/2011/07/04/system-defaults-in-gsettings/), in /usr/share/glib-2.0, as you mentioned this is meant for vendors i.e. distributions, and is the way ubuntu applies its customization. These files can set particular settings depenidng on the desktop session used; this means you can make a custom desktop session with custom settings like ubuntu does, but you can just use regular gnome-session and not bother with that.
To find out what settings to use in these files, you should play around with dconf-editor (mentioned in 2nd link).
That's pretty confusing.
14:49:16
@_discord_682553208488722444:t2bot.ioDiscord c'est pas ouf en vrai#1532 * Sorry for late reply! gnome apps and components use gsettings from glib to manage their configuration. gsettings uses dconf as a backend to store settings, which stores them in its database. To set system-wide gnome configuration you have two possibilities : create a system dconf database/profile (see https://help.gnome.org/admin/system-admin-guide/stable/desktop-background.html.en), this is meant for system admins, or create a "vendor override" file (see http://www.burtonini.com/blog/2011/07/04/system-defaults-in-gsettings/), in /usr/share/glib-2.0, as you mentioned this is meant for vendors i.e. distributions, and is the way ubuntu applies its customization. These files can set particular settings depenidng on the desktop session used; this means you can make a custom desktop session with custom settings like ubuntu does, but you can just use regular gnome-session and not bother with that.
To find out what settings to use in these files, you should play around with dconf-editor (mentioned in 2nd link).
That's pretty confusing.
14:49:28
@_discord_467627785016311829:t2bot.iotatele wdym 14:56:32
@_discord_467627785016311829:t2bot.iotatele to me, it looks lie Ubuntu with a different name 14:56:47
@_discord_467627785016311829:t2bot.iotatele * to me, it looks lie Ubuntu with a different name 14:56:48

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