On 28.02.2019 21:51, Richard Owlett
02/28/2019 06:48 AM, Alexander V. Makartsev wrote:
If I wanted to know if there is a package available in Debian repos,
where it is and what version, I'd use, probably the fastest way, and
On 28.02.2019 17:25, Richard Owlett wrote:
On 02/27/2019 02:51 PM, Alexander V.
This setting is coming from your desktop environment theme. I
use custom-colored theme called "Adapta-Nokto-Eta" (package is
called "adapta-gtk-theme") and it makes color for search
highlights in evince look gray-blue-ish, which accomplishes the
goals for me to be non-distracting and serve its purpose as
On 27.02.2019 22:56, Richard Owlett
I've tried the Atril man page and F1
from inside Atril.
I like to use "evince".
I've tried a DuckDuckGo search with unsatisfactory
I have two problems using the "find" command.
1. When the keyword is found, it is highlighted(sic) in a
page green foreground color. Is there any way to chose a
more visible indicator?
2. The find searches from the _beginning_ of the document.
Is there any way to force it to begin searches at a
Is there any document that would have answered these
Is there a Debian package to read a PDF using a visible
means of highlighting the target text and capable of
starting the search on any page of the document?
It has the same pale green highlight.
I don't know how to approach my problem.
My desktop is MATE. I believe the display manager is lightdm.
I used Synaptic to look for "adapta-gtk-theme" without success
[my sources.list contains
"deb http://deb.debian.org/debian/ stretch main contrib"]
$ rmadison adapta-gtk-theme
If I wanted to know from what package that strange utility or file
comes from, I'd typed:
$ apt-file find rmadison
If you will use adapta-gtk-theme, I suggest you to create a simple
backport  of it with colors you like. This is what I did, long
before this package has arrived to official Debian repos, because I
dislike default colors and it's easy to change them.
You can find a sneak-peek of features and default colors on github.
With kindest regards, Alexander.
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