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Later versions of Mint MATE use [[GTK3]] (according to one source) or possibly [[Metacity]], which no longer includes the color-picker tool that Mint used to present as a "Colors" tab in <code>Control Center -> Appearance Preferences > [Customize...]</code> because the style definition now uses a [[.xml]] file that is rather complicated (and possibly undocumented?).
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The .CSS files, and associated images, are located in <code>/usr/share/themes</code>; the user's current preference is stored in <code>~/.themes/{{arg|username}}/index.theme</code>. Note that the value of <code>MetacityTheme=</code> needs to be set to the name of the theme's ''folder'', not the content of the .xml file's <code><metacity_theme><info><name></code> tag. (It's not clear if that content is ever actually used anywhere.)
 
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Later versions of Mint MATE use GTK3 (according to one source) or possibly Metacity, which no longer includes the color-picker tool that Mint used to present as a "Colors" tab in Control Center -> Appearance Preferences > [Customize...] because the style definition now uses a .xml file that is rather complicated (and possibly undocumented?).

The .CSS files, and associated images, are located in /usr/share/themes; the user's current preference is stored in ~/.themes/<username>/index.theme. Note that the value of MetacityTheme= needs to be set to the name of the theme's folder, not the content of the .xml file's <metacity_theme><info><name> tag. (It's not clear if that content is ever actually used anywhere.)

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