There does seem to be a way to do this, but it involves mucking around inside the theme packages, so proceed at your own risk.
Create the theme you want in 1920x1080 and 1024x768 sizes. (Also at 1650x1050, if you'd like that as an option).
Save the themes with simple descriptors: theme_1920x1080, theme_1024x768, theme_1650x1050.
Navigate to ~/Library/...
Do you have a custom PS1 that is overriding the prompt from the theme you have selected?
Check you don't have any additional lines in ~/.zshrc beyond the default?
Backup your .zshrc
Delete all lines beyond export PATH=$PATH:/…
Reload your Terminal
Do you have any plugins that are messing with things?
Check ~/.oh-my-zsh/custom/plugins/ for any additional ...
Create an AppleScript like this one, and call it something like TerminalNightMode:
tell application "Terminal"
set current settings of tabs of windows to settings set "Pro"
You can replace the "Pro" setting with the setting name of your choice. When you run this AppleScript, it will change the settings for all the tabs in all windows. I ...
I think you can do this by installing a DEBUG trap in ~/.bash_profile.
See the answer to this superuser question.
I added the following:
tput setaf 4
[ -n "$COMP_LINE" ] && return
local this_command=`HISTTIMEFORMATE= history 1 | sed -e "s/^[ ]*[0-9]*[ ]*//"`;
The closest I've found is the Steeef theme for oh-my-zsh. It seems very close, except the font/background is different (however that is set externally in Terminal settings).
To install this:
Install Homebrew and zsh, then set zsh as default shell.
ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/mxcl/homebrew/go)"
brew install zsh
chsh -s /usr/local/bin/zsh
There is now an app called Flavours that allows theming. It has many nice themes, including some Shapeshifter themes, and runs starting on Lion (10.7.x) up to Mavericks (10.9.x). It costs a bit, however.
Amazing post I wished to write a blog post about this same topic. For yosemite you had Flavour 2 for customizing. The was large of people contributing there themes. But, the support for Flavour 2 had ended. They won't support EL Captain because of SIP
El Capitan Means The End Of Mac Themes & Deep System Tweaks
But, there is still a work around for EL ...
I found a thread that describes how to accomplish the question asked.
To fix this I installed this artfile hack:
This is just a simple artfile hack that removes rounded corners on windows, the fullscreen button, and replaces the standard traffic lights with the stiijo ones (that fade almost completely on background windows)
I made it because I found it ...
I ran into this same problem and spent two days searching for it.
My eventual answer: Install VirtualBox. In a virtual machine install windows XP, then install office and power point. This also gave me Access, an applicationf or which there is no good mac equivalent.
Using the 'save link as' option on the Github site for these themes didn't work, as noted in another answer. I dug in and noticed that the XML file formats were different when comparing the export of built-in themes and the ones I was trying to import.
When I did the Download .zip (the link is on the RHS of the main github window) and expanded the .zip file,...
You are correct, I've uploaded a copy of /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/CoreWLAN.framework here:
You can test that file (or use your backup) if you want. As always, you might rather reinstall the system than trust a file on the internet - even if I uploaded the correct file and had no ill intentions, the file ...
The themes are stored within the Application bundle itself, which is code signed, so even if you figure out how to modify them - the OS will not want to run the tampered application.
You might be better off with the Pro Version of the tool if you need to customize a theme and control or you might be able to create the title and end sequences in Motion and ...
The first prompt you show a picture of looks like a customized version of a powerline oh-my-zsh theme. It requires oh-my-zsh. There is also a version that supports bash, zsh, and fish.
To use those, you need a Powerline-patched font.
Your second screenshot comes from dracula-theme, a color scheme and prompt for lots of different editors plus oh-my-zsh.
This is a specific case of the general restore process:
How can I get back a system file after deleting it from my Mac?
Basically you have three places where you can get the original system files (except backups):
Combo update installer
the (Mac) OS X installer
The Recovery HD is a basic OS X system only and just contains a subset of the ...
It's part of the default theme package in current beta versions (running b64).
In Mojave, it switches to the dark theme automatically if you change the OS to dark. However, whereas the dark theme in Firefox is pretty much complete, the theme in Thunderbird is haphazardly applied. I'm not running dark mode Mojave specifically because Thunderbird theme is off....
Apple Watch Series 3 running watchOS 6 are limited (at this time) as to the colors used in the Numerals Duo face. S4 and above can have multiple colors.
S3 watches can also use the Numerals Mono face. That's just an outline of the numbers with no color fill.
The main issue here is that the prompt command and colouring options are sourced from the computer you are logged into. So when you ssh somewhere, you must change the colouring/prompts on that server as well.
There are a couple of options.
Depending on the OS of the server you are logging into you could reset the prompt colours in the login scripts there. ...
selection color as in the highlight text color or the selection box color?
If it's the appearance, you cannot help it, unless you're willing to pay some money to change it; (Flavours $19.90) Flavours looks really good and you can get the trial for free to give it a go.
If it is the Highlight color you are talking about, completely customizeable in colors!
If you're still looking for a method to darken your UI in Yosemite, download Flavours 2 and choose the "Smooth Criminal" flavour.
Flavours 2 is still in Beta, but most things look great with this skin.
oh-my-zsh is an open source, community-driven framework for managing your Zsh configuration.
It comes bundled with a ton of helpful functions, helpers, plugins, themes, and a few things that make you shout…
When I transferred my iTerm2 profiles over from Mavericks to Yosemite I ran into the same problem. I found that apple caches application preferences so after you make the changes try running sudo killall cfprefsd to clear to preference cache. This seemed to do the trick for me.
There's not really an official way to theme widgets, or at least not an Apple-endorsed method for theming.
Editing the widgets is fine though, although be prepared that the system widgets in /Library/Widgets may get replaced on OS X updates, so keep backups and be prepared that things may change (they may rename the resource files, etc). Alternatively, copy ...