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Oxychrome (Chrome theme + scrollbars)

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Oxychrome (Chrome theme + scrollbars)
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Downloads:  6501
Submitted:  Dec 16 2010

Description:

Oxychrome is yet another Chrome/Chromium theme.
So what? Well, this one comes with sexy Oxygen
scrollbars for perfect integration! (yep, even
the double button at the bottom/right is there).

Currently there\'s only a version for the default
color scheme but there will be more when I get
bored of it ;)


Installation:

Download the zip, extract, install the theme and
scrollbars.

Make sure you add Google-Chrome (or Chromium)
to the Window Specific Overrides in
System Settings > Decoration > Oxygen and change
the background style to solid color (Sadly,
there\'s no way to stretch images in Chrome/ium
themes so the gradient has to go).


Note: When you install the scrollbar Chrome/ium
will say that it wants to access your data on all
sites. Don\'t freak out. It\'s only CSS so there\'s
no need to worry but if you feel paranoid just
rename the .crx to .zip, open it, and see for yourself.


If you find a bug, have a problem, a suggestion or
whatever leave a comment and I\'ll reply as soon as I
can though I\'ll try to wait till I\'m sober if possible.




Changelog:

0.1 - First release. Might eat your cat.




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 Thanks!

 
 by sfuca on: Dec 17 2010
 
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Looks perfect to me (with "use system title bar and borders" selected in the preferences)


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 Thanks

 
 by al3hex on: Jan 16 2011
 
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Wonderful! The best KDE theme for Chrome/Chromium.


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 Re: Thanks

 
 by ogur66 on: Nov 4 2011
 
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Sorry for bad English, I like this extension, but chromium 15 is not installed when you install writes ((CRX FILE NOT READABLE)), although at 14 all worked well, could you fix it or create one new rasshirenie.Thenks.


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