A collection of limechat themes
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Limelight @ 3947dd2
ManmaruDrop @ 39c9a5f
Spring-Night--modified- @ 7b949c9
campfire-limechat @ 56b60fb
decafbland-limechat @ c21cf7f
limechat-code7 @ dbcac0b
limechat-graphite @ 90e0e20
limechat-grayzone @ 0f98c1e
limechat-solarized-theme @ 5424436
limechat-twilight @ 7fa8897
limechat-whisper @ e6744e8
monokai-limechat @ 62bf0c3
more-panda @ 405130e
mosey-limechat-theme @ 34e627e
niw-limechat_themes @ d20ea5a
radar @ 7178e67
usably-limechat @ 247f9da


Just a collection of themes for LimeChat

Fork and add your theme if you like, pjammer and I thought it would be cool to have a single repo for all limechat themes.

Updates by tsykoduk

After you git this package, you will want to use some of the built in tools:

  • rake themes:linkup # Initialize the directory, loading the submodules and setting up symlinks.
  • rake themes:install # Install into the logged in user's limechat directory - includes updating the git submodules, and setting up the correct symlinks

When you add a theme, drop it into it's own directory, or add it as a git submodule, then run themes:linkup

That will put symlinks to the css, js and yaml files in the root. You can then use the installer to push your changes to the themes directory.

When you develop a theme, feel free to use the badges directory to store your channel badges. You can link to it, or just use it.

If you want to add a theme, add it as a git submodule. That way it's a lot easier to update stuff.