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Themer is a tool to manage all the configuration settings of the GUIs visual aspects together (e.g. themes), making it possible to make system wide themes. Themer is NOT a tool to edit themes, all it does is change between themes.

Example usage:$ themer --save current

# change gtk theme from A to B

$ themer --save new

$ themer --load current

# gtk theme goes back to A

$ themer --load new

# gtk theme goes to B

To view the settings that themer stores:

$ themer --settings

Source CodeSource code management is done with git. Repositories can be found at http://gitorious.org/projects/themer . To clone the repository just do "git clone git@gitorious.org:themer/mainline.git".

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