Changing the font color of xfce-weather-applet
h.judt at gmx.at
Fri Jan 4 10:39:10 CET 2013
Am 04.01.2013 08:28, schrieb abhinav:
> I was tweaking Ambiance theme for xfce. I wanted to know if there is a
> way to change the font color of just the weather applet.
> I tried chaning the color of text in gtkrc but that seems to make the
> text white in every other place as well.
There is no way to handle it specially via gtkrc, and to be honest I
wouldn't expect users to do it that way. What's more, the scrollbox
appears to be some custom widget, and for some reason I couldn't even
make it behave the same way as other widgets, so there could be problems
with some themes. It may be possible, but I gave up after several
As a workaround, the next version of the weather plugin will allow you
to apply font and text color settings _manually_ via the configuration
dialog. This will be especially useful when one wants to use multiple
lines in the scrollbox. These changes are already in git, though I have
a bunch of other necessary fixes that I need to commit to the
repository. I hope to get around to doing that soon and make a release,
but at the moment I'm a bit busy with several other things.
`Experience is the best teacher.'
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