Editing formats on texstudio on Ubuntu

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In summary, the conversation is about trying to change the theme for texstudio on Ubuntu 18.04. There are two suggestions for editing the settings file, but the user is unable to find either file. They downloaded texStudio using specific commands and are seeking help. The conversation ends with the user stating that the problem is not yet resolved.
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Hi PF!

I am trying to change the theme for texstudio on Ubuntu 18.04. Here they suggest editing the formats in the TeXstudio settings file (.txsprofile). However, here they suggest editing the texstudio.ini. file. I can't find either.

I downloaded texStudio via the commands:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:blahota/texstudio
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install texstudio

Your help is greatly appreciated!
 
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jedishrfu said:
Thanks for the tip.
I edited the post...sadly the problem isn't resolved yet.

EDIT: I'm unsure how the problem was resolved, but when I selected >options>load profile the problem was fixed (which is weird because I didn't do load anything, only looked at it.
 
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