Ubuntu: How to edit the right click menu in Gnome



Question:

enter image description hereIs there a simple way to edit the right click menu in Gnome?

I am running 14.04 Ubuntu Gnome, and for some reason the right click menu "whites out" my selection instead of highlighting it.

I was unable to take a screenshot of the menu up.

EDIT: Screenshot up


Solution:1

It looks like the colour scheme of your desktop environment is “off”.

(Re-)setting the GTK colour scheme

  • One possible cause is that gnome-settings-manager misbehaves or crashed. That can often be fixed by logging out of your account and logging in again.

  • Another possibility is that the colour settings themselves are somehow corrupted and you need to reset them through the system settings manager display options. Maybe try other colour schemes for comparison. You may need to log out and back in for it to take effect.

  • Similar to the previous solution, you can try select other colour schemes with gnome-tweak-tool, if that's still around in 14.04.

Fixing a broken GTK theme

The default theme for the Gnome Shell in Ubuntu 14.04 is Adwaita. You can reinstall ist with:

sudo apt-get install --reinstall gnome-themes-standard\*  

Reload the current theme with Alt+F2, enter r and press ENTER.


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