ivanv wrote:Hi adonis,
there is an explanation in the first post from twodogs. Location of nautilus.css should be
To edit this file, run in terminal:
gksu gedit /usr/share/themes/<REAL_NAME_OF_YOUR_THEME>/gtk-3.0/apps/nautilus.css
(Use real name of your theme, and you will need admin rights to edit this file.)
Nemo needs to be restarted when you save updated nautilus.css file.
You don't have to restart nemo from terminal (using "nemo -q"), but it is faster way to test changes you've made on your theme and to see their impact on a desktop. When you type "nemo" in terminal or just click Cinnamon's Menu and then Files, nemo will be on again. To restart nemo, you can also restart your computer, or just do logout-login.
sorry for bothering you again. I try all the steps you told me to do . The theme is the Win-XP-theme from Nooblab. I am formating a friend's pc from Windows to Linux and he told me that he wants his laptop to look like Windows. So the only way was to apply the Win xp theme . I noticed that in the gtk-3 apps there wasn't a nautilus file but I did all the steps
gksu gedit /usr/share/themes/Win-XP-theme/gtk-3.0/apps/nautilus.css
saved that file as nautilus.css and replaced the nautilus words with nemo as you said in your example :
.nautilus-canvas-item" should be ".nemo-canvas-item"
".nautilus-desktop.nautilus-canvas-item" should be ".nemo-desktop.nemo-canvas-item"
Restart the pc and NOTHING change, the desktop icon fonts are still with black color and not with white color.
I don't know what is the problem. Maybe is because there wasn't a nautilus.css file in gtk-3 and I had to create it? Maybe I should try and instead of gtk-3 use gtk-2 or gtk?
Sorry again for bothering you but I have to find a solution to this headache:)