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Enlightenment-Themes

Various Enlightenment and Terminology themes i'm working on, a branch per theme, development status for each theme is listed below.

For released themes you can simply download the bundled tarball extract it with tar -xf <ThemeName>-bundle.tar.xf and then run install.sh to put the files in the appropriate spot in your home directory.

Building a theme is as simple as running the ./build-darkmod.sh script. The built theme should be automatically put in your theme directory.

If you would like to modify one of the themes or create a new theme with vtx or darkmod take a look at Hacking.md

Further info can be found at http://simotek.net/tech/projects/linux-themes/darkmod-enlightenment-theme-converter/

Gallery Preview

Dimensions

Further screenshots can be found in the Gallery or on my blog http://simotek.net/tech/projects/linux-themes/

Branch Structure

Branch Name Status Description
Development
Upstream Dev Only Current working upstream dark theme (from elementary.git
Master Dev Only My base theme, Upstream + changes i have in all themes (color-paths.conf is just the default)
darkmod
Dark Done The old default enlightenment theme.
Extra Dark Green Done A darker theme then Dark with lots of green
Ice Done A light theme
Kitty Semi Usable A bit of fun
vtx
Dimensions Done A theme designed to work with and based on the Vertex GTK theme.
Fireball2 In Development A port of Toma's Fireball theme
Iceball2 In Development A port of Toma's Iceball theme
Grunge2 In Development A port of Toma's Grunge theme
Other
Cerium2 Almost Done A light theme based off Toma's old Cerium theme.
Transiant In Development Something i'm slowly working on, Significantly different to dark eats lots of CPU
Transiant In Development Something i'm slowly working on, Significantly different to dark eats lots of CPU
transiant-color In Development Like Transiant but with more colors
anti-transiant-color In Development Like transiant-color but without the transparent bits that eat CPU
openSUSE
openSUSE-e-42.1 Release The current default theme used in openSUSE (Was blue-green)
openSUSE-e-ice Release The Ice light theme with openSUSE Branding.