Juicy Orange!

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Enjoy! It's my first theme.
I only created the colour scheme.
I've brought together the rest of the pieces for people who love orange.
If anyone knows a matching KDM or Splash screen, I'll add it to the list.
Credit to creators of wallpaper, firefox theme, and Aurorae theme.
To download the colours outside of the KDE system settings window, just click download, when you see:

"If the download does not start in 3 seconds: Click here"

Right-Click on the "Click here"
Save Link As- (Colours File)
Last changelog:

11 years ago

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Added Directions.

JazzVoid

11 years ago

Colors should match. Orange text on orange background is not good for reading. Black sliders are very distinguished. Blue folder icons are not good with orange background. Working area of dolphing should differ from toolbars area.

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priomsrb

11 years ago

I think it looks quite nice though I wouldn't use it myself.

Having the windows orange as well gives them a kind of transparent look.

Nice to have a unique theme like this.

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rowancompsciguy

11 years ago

my eyes!! the goggles do nothing!!

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cmost

11 years ago

This garish desktop would give anyone a migraine after ten minutes of use. Tone it down!

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sythe

11 years ago

It's supposed to be bright orange...
What did you expect?
Darker orange looks like brown.
It hasn't given me a headache, and I use it as my default system theme.
If you don't like bright orange, don't vote it down.

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metar

11 years ago

subj.

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11 years ago

Added Screenshots.
Added Directions.

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