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    @madrabaz

    The theme looks great -- one thing I would tweak is the contrast between headers and the body. Your calendar picker has good contrast (darker headers) but the windows get a little washed out. Other than that, it looks really nice. Thanks for sharing.

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    Hey djliquidice, reply to this post and you'll have reached the 1,000 posts mark
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    [QUOTE=galdaka;74278]Excellent theme!! It

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    Quote Originally Posted by efege View Post
    Hey djliquidice, reply to this post and you'll have reached the 1,000 posts mark
    ok, this was just strange. i guess i'm officially a post .

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    Quote Originally Posted by djliquidice View Post
    can you please detail your exact save procedure?
    For purple theme i followed these steps
    1. Open default theme image
    2. If image type is gif then change image mode to RGB (Images->Mode->RGB Color)
    3. Change image hue/saturation values (Image->Adjustment->Hue/Saturation...) (Hue : 100, Sat: 50)
    4. If necessary change image brightness/contrast values. e.g. date-picker background images (Image->Adjustment->Brightness/Contrast...)
    5. Save image for web use (File->Save for Web...) (Select suitable preset fom list, Gif 64 or PNG-24)


    If you want to create white, black or gray theme change image mode to Grayscale on step 2 then skip step 3 and just change brightness/contrast values.

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    Thanks dude and sorry for the thread jack. turns out it was the "fill" not opacity that i needed to adjust

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    Wow, thanks for that, I was struggling with my own one, and doing it badly, I was using Vista Black with 1.1.1 and converting to 2.0, so it works beautifully and looks great.
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    wow, this theme looks so cute!
    I love it!

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    Awesome!

    Red, would be cool too....

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    I posted a real black theme so i changed this name to Dark Gray.

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