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LX-Colors-themes (GTK2/GTK3/Openbox themes)

This is a series of GTK2/GTK3/Openbox themes not only in each of the
official seven Shiki-Colors color schemes, but there are also five
different styles available as well:

* Light: Kinda like Elementary (just use Elementary or something similar
as your Metacity/Unity/Cinnamon/etc. theme)

* Mixed: Like the light version, except with dark menus.

* NeoShiki: A GTK2/3 Shiki-Colors remake. For this style as well as the
two after it, I have also posted a link to the original Shiki-Colors
themes so that you can download the Metacity themes, which I have
designed these themes to seamlessly integrate with.

* Obsidian: Dark, but with a white base and black text for compatibility
with some websites, plus its also the basis for some of the other color
variations I have in mind that Ill be creating later.

* PitchDark: A true dark variation.

In other words, there are 35 themes in all! Moreover, they are available
either sorted by color scheme or by style. The names will be reversed so
that they show up in order by your choice of color or style, but all the
contents are identical.

As an added bonus, there are some other color variations I have in mind
with these themes, which will be periodically released on here, along
with matching GNOME-Colors-styled icon themes, so stay tuned!

Optional dependencies: gtk-engines, murrine, gnome-colors.

Maintained by: Edinaldo P. Silva
Keywords: gnome,themes,shiki-colors,LX-Colors,
ChangeLog: LX-Colors-themes


Source Downloads:
LX-Colors-by-color.tar.bz2 (4f6f2f9124f7d346d5f9eab5727662c7)
LX-Colors-by-style.tar.bz2 (a750352fc79bc01bd3a2dc8ea8b58da9)

Download SlackBuild:
LX-Colors-themes.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

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