Hi Didier,

I had the same issue with an earlier version.

The solution for the colors is to use:

  base[NORMAL]   = "black"
  base[SELECTED] = "#6699cc"   # npp deep black
  text[NORMAL]   = "#c0c0c0"   # windows cmd default color


I had asked the question on stackexchange.
http://superuser.com/questions/795709/trying-to-style-a-widget-using-gtkrc-is-not-working-zim-wiki-on-windows-7/810640?noredirect=1#comment1063579_810640


hth
warm regards,
Aalhad

On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 4:00 AM, Didier BRETIN <did...@bretin.net> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I'm trying to customize colors of Zim and I create a gtkrc file in:
> - c:\Users\dbretin\.gtkrc-2.0
>
> In this file I have:
>
> style "mycolors"
> {
>     base: "#002b36"
>     text: "#EEE8D5"
> }
> widget "*.zim-pageview" style "mycolors"
>
> style "zim-pageindex-style"
> {
>     font_name = "Ubuntu Mono 9"
> }
> widget "*.zim-pageindex" style "zim-pageindex-style"
>
> But when I launche the 0.62 version, there is no change in color nor in
> the font use in the index.
>
> Can you help me ?
>
> --
> Didier Bretin
>
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