Crimsonman is an uncreative drop-in red replacement for the default Human GTK theme in Ubuntu 8.04
Based on the packages available in Ubuntu 8.04, I include three gtk-theme options (Crimsonman, Crimsonman-Clearlooks, Crimsonman-Murrine). Also included is a set of matching red human style icons, backgrounds, gdm-themes, and usplash-theme.
I've constructed these themes by color remixing the default files with Perl scripts. So I could in principle extend this batch of files to include other system files or other colors should there be interest in such things.
It is based on the Hardy packages:
- human-icon-theme v0.28
- human-theme v0.18
- ubuntu-gdm-theme v0.29
- ubuntu-wallpapers v0.25
- usplash-theme-ubuntu v0.18
Recommended login background color (r,g,b) = (184,104,118)
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