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Preview: AWN theme Manager

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If you are an AWN user who can't seem to get the right color settings for there dock, then maybe you have tried asking other for their settings? If you have tried that then you know its a pain because there are lots of different things to change, and lost of numbers and letters for the colors... So if you ever wanted to copy someones theme it woudl take a lot of copying and pasting. Or if you made a theme you like and wanted to save it you woudl have to record all the values of the different colors somewhere for you to get later.

Well I got some good news for you all ryancr over at the AWN forum has started work on an AWN theme manager.

More Here.




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