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Description: Watercolor Cubic Window Themes
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Size: 460kb
Version: 1.00
Date: 03 Aug 23
Author: Mike R.
Submitter: Mike R.
Email: riddle1264/yahoo com
Requirements: AROS with RTG screen
Category: graphics/theme
License: APL
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This archive contains 10 themes for the AROS Watercolor Style which were based
on the original Watercolor Window Borders for Windows Whistler.

These themes approximate the main color schemes but are not derived from the
original in any other way except in concept.

The themes are customized for use with AROS. The titlebar gadgets are designed
to resemble Windows gadgets but they function the same as AROS gadgets. The
close gadget is an 'X' symbol but for AROS use it is placed on the left side of
the titlebar not on the right side as for Windows Whistler.

There are 5 bright colors & 5 pastel colors. For the most part the pastel
colored themes are based on the names of berries such as Blueberry or Raspberry.
That is just a creative way to keep the names separate for bright & pastel color

To install these themes just unzip the archive then copy the individual themes
to "AROS:Prefs/Presets/Themes". Use your preferred method to set a theme
current. The Theme Manager for Icaros Desktop is an excellent method for doing

PS- If there are issues with these themes please let me know so I can fix them.

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