AJ1000 wrote:Install ubuntu tweak. In ubuntu tweak, go to tweaks, themes and you will be able to change it.
Thanks a trillion!
You know, the Mint guys do an AMAZING job that'll always make me homage their sweat and talent -- and why I converted my home school to Mint from Macs, but I just don't understand why one (especially clueless non-techies like me) have to treasure hunt out techie-type programs like tweak to fix a problem that ought to have been remedied in main control panels before. I mean, you attract more newbies to Mint/Linux by being more user-friendly, but this..Not trying to sound ungrateful at all, just -- quizzical.
Jim in NYC