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Theme Switcher Add-on v2

 
Author AmiKit
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#1 Posted: 24 Dec 2008 12:58 Edited by: AmiKit 
The new Theme Switcher Add-on has been released. Now it contains 5 themes. Each of them consists of startup images, wallpapers, window borders and launcher graphics.

Download from Add-on section. Merry Christmas!


Eco Green, default AmiKit 1.5 theme by Ken Lester, http://www.five-star.com/




Classic Blue, default AmiKit 1.4 theme by Ken Lester, http://www.five-star.com/




Spotted, default AmiKit 1.0 theme by dragonslayer55 and Crusader.
Modified by Ken Lester.




Keys Green theme by Andreas Argirakis, http://andreas.blazer.nu/
Adjusted by Ken Lester.




Keys Blue theme by Andreas Argirakis, http://andreas.blazer.nu/
Adjusted by Ken Lester.




Download from Add-on section.

Author turrican3
Partaker
#2 Posted: 26 Dec 2008 14:45 
thank you dear amikit,
could it be possible to create some themes and save them and make a big archive with all themes from everyone ?

ps: merry christmas and happy new year

Author AmiKit
Admin
#3 Posted: 26 Dec 2008 15:20 Edited by: AmiKit 
Creating an AmiKit theme consisting of the startup images, wallpapers, window borders and launcher graphics is not so simple because at least the startup and wallpaper images have to be provided in several screen modes.

Anyway, I'll post the guide on how to create such an AmiKit theme later.

Btw. Magellan supports themes as well. They are different themes, though, which consist of wallpaper, sounds, settings, etc. You can Load/Save themes using the right-mouse menu system of Magellan environment. Themes are available from eg. Aminet, click here.

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