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    Default How to change the gnome-panel text color ?

    By default on my opensuse 10.3 gnome system is the black textcolor of the gnome-panel text.

    Is there a way to change that color to white or any other color ?
    I found a way via google by changing the .gtkrc file in the homefolder, but there is no such file, only a similar file that has two include lines from which one is to load a file .gtkrc.mine from the home folder. I created that file and added the lines I found here : Change Gnome Panel Text Color BrentRoos.com

    But this didn't do anything, text is still black.

    The issue is that I want to change the background of my panel to black and this makes the text unreadable.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: How to change the gnome-panel text color ?

    I was wondering the same thing. Any help out there?

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    Default Re: How to change the gnome-panel text color ?

    Quote Originally Posted by billmik View Post
    I was wondering the same thing. Any help out there?
    I found a answer that worked for open SUSE11 Gnome here
    HOWTO Change Gnome Panel Text & Handle Colour - Ubuntu Forums

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