Change themes in linux the easy way with Epidermis
Epidermis theme manager is an open source GTK application for managing, automatically downloading and installing themes of various types. The latest version 0.4 of Epidermis was released 01 november 2009 , the new version support also changing the Xsplash themes, so changing the look of your boot-up screen is now as simple as changing your wallpaper.
The Epidermis skin handles the following themes,Wallpapers, Metacity window border themes, GTK widget themes ,Icon sets ,GNOME splash images, Mouse cursor themes, Grub bootsplash screen,Usplash bootsplash screen,GDM login screen
Changelog of version 0.4 :
- Added support for Xsplash themes.
- Removed support for Usplash themes.
- Skin previews are displayed.
- Added autogenerate button for Epidermis Creator so that previews of pigments can be automatically created.
- Help message is displayed if no skins are installed.
- License updated to GPLv3.
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