Simply Circles Cyan Original

Global Themes circles

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://github.com/ju1464/Simply_Circles_Themes

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0.3 1 year ago

Added SDDM.
Rebuild splashscreen.

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andrescm90

2 months ago

9 Thanks! Pretty nice work! The only recommendation is to update some icons, as they appear black and with the dark theme you can't see them. Office Icons, Prusa Slicer, WhatsApp, DeepNest, FreeCAD.

To install the colors in Plasma (ArchLinux/Garuda Linux) I had to download the colors and install manually.

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aleksey1256

1 year ago

10 10 the best

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0.3 1 year ago

Added SDDM.
Rebuild splashscreen.

Dependencies 1 year ago

Added new plasma and aurorae themes dependencies.

v 0.2 1 year ago

Added splashscreen

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product-maker andrescm90 Apr 16 2021 9 excellent
Thanks! Pretty nice work! The only recommendation is to update some icons, as they appear black and with the dark theme you can't see them. Office Icons, Prusa Slicer, WhatsApp, DeepNest, FreeCAD. To install the colors in Plasma (ArchLinux/Garuda Linux) I had to download the colors and install manually.
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Global Themes

Global Themes in Plasma are Meta- or Super-Themes, capable of changing multiple aspects of the desktop environment at once, like Window Decoration, Plasma Theme, Color Scheme, Icon Theme etc. In addition, one can define the complete Layout, like what panel to use where, the menu type used and much more.

An example Global Theme:

For more info how to create Global themes click here:
https://userbase.kde.org/Plasma/Create_a_Global Theme_Package

Or watch this video: