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I'm a bit of a newbie, and I wanted to create my own theme for KDE's amor, but I can't find a tutorial or a how-to ANYWHERE....
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    AMOR theme guide\tutorial?


    I'm a bit of a newbie, and I wanted to create my own theme for KDE's amor, but I can't find a tutorial or a how-to ANYWHERE.

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    I'd like some help as well. The documentation says it's possible to create your own themes, but nowhere can I find proof of that in the form of instructions on HOW to create your own themes.

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    As I said above, the documentation offers absolutely no help. It says nothing more than "In addition, it is possible to create new AMOR themes." There's no instruction on how to do so. I assumed there'd probably be a directory storing the images in share or something, where I could just replace the images in a built-in theme to make my own, but I don't seem to have an amor folder anywhere. I'm running Pardus 2011.

    Obviously not the end of the world if I can't make an amor theme, but it would be a fun little toy. I'll be babysitting some little cousins this Easter Sunday and I thought it would be a fun way to entertain them.

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