How to set the same theme on Ubuntu 20.04 like it was on Ubuntu 18.04?
I know I can change theme in Settings application in Appearance and then Light/Standard/Dark, I don’t like non of them. I also installed Tweaks application and in Appearance there are different themes but non of them I like.
I really loved the theme in Ubuntu 18.04, combination of purple and grey.
1. The first thing I don’t like now is boot splash menu is now black, but it was beautiful purple before.
2. I don’t like title bar black – I liked dark grey one.
3. I don’t like black in menus bar.
4. I don’t like terminal background color.
I have learned I can change colour settings in file: ~/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css but this is not simple to change, because I don’t know the settings names and values.
So in short, how to get the theme colours in Ubuntu 20.04 the same as they were in Ubuntu 18.04?
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