Breeze Chameleon

Global Themes

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): Add the source-code for this project on opencode.net

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Description:

Blur and transparent Dark Plasma theme, with Dark cyan and Purple color details.

This theme will install as dependencies:

Breeze Chameleon Plasma theme: Here

Breeze Chameleon Colorscheme: Here

Breeze Chameleon Aurorae theme: Here

Breeze Chameleon Splashscreen: Here

Breeze Chameleon Dark Icons: Here

SDDM Login Theme: "Breeze- Chameleon": Here

Wallparer "KDE Plasma Nebula 273 HD Multiple Colors ": Here
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For Blur look of the window, I recommend Kwin Scripts: "Force Blur", authored by ESJEON, which you can download: Here


The author of the wallpaper: charlie-henson: Here
Last changelog:

Breeze Chameleon 1 year ago

Wallpaper changed
Update Plasma Theme

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charlie-henson

1 year ago

9 +Excellent as always

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l4k1

1 year ago

Thank you very much, Charlie, I'm glad you like it!

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Breeze Chameleon 1 year ago

Wallpaper changed
Update Plasma Theme

Breeze Chameleon 1 year ago

Add Wallpaper and SDDM Login Theme

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product-maker charlie-henson Mar 26 2019 9 excellent
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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: