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I named it Scientica goes emacs because I borrowed the colors of emacs This time the windows are "squary" (unlike my first theme) http://freshmeat.net/projects/scient...c_id=930%2C925...
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    OK, here's my second theme :)


    I named it Scientica goes emacs because I borrowed the colors of emacs
    This time the windows are "squary" (unlike my first theme)
    http://freshmeat.net/projects/scient...c_id=930%2C925
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    Now that's a nice one! Too bad I don't use IceWM, but Sawfish...

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    beautiful!

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    Thanks

    just a quick question, if I want to change the license to GPL, I must uppload a new tarball with the COPYING file and some note somewhere that the theme is GPL'd (like in the theme config file), right?
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    nice

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    That's good! Do you do themes for KDE?
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    No, I haven't tried, yet, but if I get some time left over I'll take a look on how theming is done under KDE, and then there is Sawfish too
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    that does look pretty neat, but again not a user of iceWM i almost emerged it once though..

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    Never used it...might try it. The theme looks good, though! Have you pondered doing kahakai themes?
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    Congratulations

    Congratulations, i see the screenshot, it's genial.

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