Giacobini is a pure black, slightly Vista-ish theme that could be described as "the son of Leech," this theme is polished, dark, and elegant.
It is based heavily on Neutronium and Neutronium-Gilouche, with a few bits (notably the scrollbars) taken from Tenebrific.
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What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Changed the theme name to Giacobini (all the "Aerolite"-themed styles I'm making have comet names). The new Aerolite can be found here as well; it is precisely identical to this theme, except that the panel now has the Vista look.