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I am trying to change the menu icon in the title bar.
I would like it to display the program icon instead.
Any idea what would I replace the highlighted text with to do this?
Ubuntu 10.04 RC
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I had a quick look at some files from other themes, and they where using icon instead of image. Have a look and see what happens.

I am using Emerald instead of the default window decorator.

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	<draw_ops name="menu_focused_normal">
   		<icon x="2" y="2" width="mini_icon_width" height="mini_icon_height"/>
	</draw_ops>
	<draw_ops name="menu_focused_prelight">
  	 	<icon x="2" y="2" width="mini_icon_width" height="mini_icon_height"/>
	</draw_ops>
	<draw_ops name="menu_unfocused_normal">
  	 	<icon x="2" y="2" width="mini_icon_width" height="mini_icon_height"/>
	</draw_ops>
	<draw_ops name="menu_unfocused_prelight">
   		<icon x="2" y="2" width="mini_icon_width" height="mini_icon_height"/>
	</draw_ops>

also edited the ambiance index.theme
[Desktop Entry]
Type=X-GNOME-Metatheme
Name=Ambiance
Comment=Ubuntu Ambiance theme
Encoding=UTF-8

[X-GNOME-Metatheme]
GtkTheme=Ambiance
MetacityTheme=Ambiance
IconTheme=ubuntu-mono-dark
CursorTheme=DMZ-Black
ButtonLayout=menu:minimize,maximize,close

Any idea how to put borders between the toolbars (the horizontal borders)?
Change the file, edit, view, etc. background to match the other toolbar's color
not sure what file to edit on this one
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Change the file, edit, view, etc. background to match the other toolbar's color
not sure what file to edit on this one

I would look for something to do with a 'menubar'

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Any idea how to put borders between the toolbars (the horizontal borders)?

Only done some really minor hacking with themes, so I don't know. Best idea is always to find a theme that does what you want then work out how.

I see you changed the ButtonLayout. Did you know there is a setting in the "configuration editor" that can override that? I forget it's name, as I use Emerald themes for the window border which are different from the GTK ones your playing with here.

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i have used the config editor if i changed the theme and change it back the setting is changed
i got tired of changing it over and over
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