In Leap gnome-shell.css is not in /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme
In fact, there is not even a directory theme by default.
I tried installing gnome-classic and copying gnome-classic.css to gnome-shell.css
but editing that has no effect on appearance.
Also running find on almost all directories did not retrieve gnome-shell.css.
Apparently gnome 3 on leap is not using this for configuration anymore
or hiding it very well.
I need to resize icons (they default sizes are annoyingly large)
Thanks for the reply – that was what I meant with adjusting the Nautilus settings
in the previous post. I am still hoping there is some way to access the css
settings (or some other settings file) and make them yet smaller.
Any hints appreciated and thanks for the help, Thomas
In the end this seems to have been mainly a Nautilus problem -
the fact that they thing 64 should be the smallest available icon
size, which clearly gets a lot of people with small screens upset.
(And besides, it is a sad state if a linux application is less
customizable than the respective windows counterpart)
This is also not the only reductions in features that Nautilus has