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Change Thunar Colours

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Stevo
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Re: Change Thunar Colours

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Post by Stevo » Wed Dec 06, 2017 4:18 pm

Tyro65 wrote:After making the changes and doing an upgrade, look at what I ended up with. I love it!
asqwerth wrote:But but.... that's just unvarnished, pure vanilla-look XFCE!
MIND BLOWN

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Re: Change Thunar Colours

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Post by Richard » Thu Dec 07, 2017 11:06 am

IMHO, it's Xfce4's manner of recovering from some sort of config misconfiguration.

Mind blowing. :)
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