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Ubuntu 13.10 Update Finally Fixes Ugly Nautilus, GNOME 3 Apps

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The appearance of Nautilus, System Settings and several other GNOME 3 applications in Ubuntu 13.10 has been improved in a recent update.

A regression in Ubuntu’s default themes, present since Ubuntu 13.04, that has seen GTK+ 3 applications lack correctly coloured toolbars has finally been corrected.

Following the update toolbars are once again themed appropriately when using either of Ubuntu’s default themes.

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My first introduction to Linux was Unbuntu which lasted about 48 hours. I could not figure out how to do anything. What a waste of time that was! That was before they decided to spy on you, or tell you that they were. Anything having to do with Unbuntu should be Illegal. It is a crime to snoop on people.

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