I seem to live my life in the terminal – many terminals in-fact.
I also love the Ambiance theme – but the new borderless windows does not provide the visual differentiation I'm used to (the same black windows appear to blend into each other).
Thus to my question – how do I add back the single pixel border for windows that is found in earlier Ubuntu versions?
I want to keep the Ambiance overall theme since this looks good and I dont want to swap to another theme.
Now I know that I can modify the Ubuntu Ambiance theme as follows:
mkdir ~/.themes cp -r /usr/share/themes/Ambiance .themes
Then flipping between the theme options in the Settings – Appearance picks up changes in the theme in now in the .themes folder.
I presume I need to alter one of the .css files but I dont know which one.