Use mainstream theme solution for gnome-terminal, drop patch

Bug #1726555 reported by Egmont Koblinger on 2017-10-23
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Ubuntu theme
gnome-terminal (Ubuntu)
ubuntu-themes (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

Ubuntu adds a patch called "0001-Add-style-classes-and-CSS-names-to-some-of-our-widge.patch" to gnome-terminal, and in turn Ambiance and Radiance themes' apps/gnome-terminal.css relies on this to get the desired look for the notebook widget.

Beginning with gnome-terminal 3.20.3 / 3.22.1 this should no longer be necessary. It's just an additional burden to carry this patch, plus an unnecessary complication for those who wish to manually compile gnome-terminal for whatever reason.

gnome-terminal.css should ideally be modified to use the CSS names provided by mainstream gnome-terminal, and once done, the gnome-terminal patch can be dropped.

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affects: light-themes (Ubuntu) → ubuntu-themes (Ubuntu)
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