How to get current text hiliteColor in Linux?
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Tue Feb 1 18:18:21 CST 2011
Warren Samples wrote:
> Try this in your terminal:
> 'gconftool-2 -g /desktop/gnome/interface/gtk_color_scheme'
> Here's what it gives me:
> warren at mint-i7 ~ $ gconftool-2
> -g /desktop/gnome/interface/gtk_color_scheme
Here I get a "no value set for '/desktop/gnome/interface/gtk_color_scheme'
As much as I appreciate your help (and will no doubt find the other
gconf elements valuable later on), after I posted I realized that the
Lambert Method will work: enough LC objects take on the appropriate
hilite color automatically (like default buttons, checkboxes that are
set, and others) that I should be able to use those to get what I need.
The extra advantage of the Lambert Method is that it'll (hopefully) work
under KDE as well as Gnome.
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