September, 2010

  • September 6, 2010

    Linux's Gnome defines themes that set the color scheme and style for window frames, buttons, scrollbars, and other components drawn by Gnome's GTK user interface toolkit. For Java applications, changing the theme should set colors in Java's java.awt.SystemColor objects, which applications may use to customize their user interfaces to match the current theme. Unfortunately, there are some problems here.

    This article discusses SystemColor problems with Gnome, and provides color swatches, RGB/HSV values, and downloadable color lists for the default SystemColors on Linux.

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