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Old 01-07-2004, 02:10 AM   #1
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Question Changing the color scheme for MOTIF

Dear All,

I am using Red Hat Advanced Server 2.1. I frequently use Oracle Developement tools, which use motif for user interface. The default colors that appear for a motif application are realy ugly.

How can I change motif's color scheme to something more conventional? Moreover, can I just download some sort of a color theme for motif and just plug it in rather then comming up with a scheme myself?

Thanks, Regards,



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