Indeed, it removed nothing else! But Gnome was in a hysterical identity crisis after that…
I have checked everything, and I know my Linux systems as much as my pockets!
Everything was stable before, no issues at all, but I think this provoked Gnome to act like a child who didn’t have that one corner of a cake with the most icing, therefore crying out loud that the cake is a total horror…
Nothing hurts to try again, but I thought that two different people on two different systems would confirm the legitimacy of this issue, but I guess it just has been refuted!
I might install Manjaro Gnome in a VM, and test it out once again. Maybe the bug , if it is one, has been fixed!
Therefore, I may still thank you for your suggestions and critiques!
Gnome went trough a lot of changes lately and as we speak things still get discussed on our end, and more stuff to be better polished.
I use an unstable install with no issues. The VM install are so abused by now, but still performing well, so maybe was a partial update on your end rather than this modification by removing manjaro-gdm-theme
I mean, this would make sense… But again, before doing any changes to my systems, I make sure the dust is settled. With experience, you never know when there’s effectively a broken package somewhere…
I know I have been able to modify/recompile the gnome-shell-theme file on one of my Gentoo installations, without any itch. But as I said, there is no way one can avoid all issue, so the possibility of a mistake on my end is a valid argument.
Given all that, for sure I will try this procedure once again, to be in definite certitude.
You know what?
I may just add this step in addition, to give two methods.
Nothing hurts to have two way of executing a task!
Sorry to resurrect such an old topic, but I’ve followed the steps above (removing manjaro-gdm-theme) and text highlighting is still green, as well as radio buttons in things like Gnome Tweaks and elsewhere. I’ve selected different shell and application themes but the green still hangs around like a bad habit. Any tips on completely removing the green highlights from all UI elements?