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This is a Breeze Dark Theme for Nextcloud based on the Breeze Dark theme made by the KDE Project.
The icons are from the default Nextcloud theme and the individual apps, with the colors changed to better fit the theme.
The first number is the Nextcloud version. The second number is the Nextcloud major point release version. The third number is the theme version.
The master branch will always be the current stable release so you can clone that for easy installation and updates. Using git is currently the recommended way of installing the theme. You can also download it as a zip file either straight from the master branch, or on the release page.
Next, git clone or unzip it into your nextcloud/themes folder.
To enable the theme, add or change the theme option in your config.php to:
'theme' => 'nextcloud-breeze-dark',
I’m currently not aware of a way to get custom themes to work with the Nextcloud snap.
You can use the Nextcloud theming app to customize in your nextcloud instance like normal, though there are a few changes. If you have the theming app enabled you will most likely get a white Nextcloud icon instead of the themes default blue, this can be changes by disabling the theming app. The color attribute only changes the color of folders, and does not affect the header bar. Though depending on the color you choose (determined by the contrast with the selected color) you might get black icons in the header bar. This can be fixed by going to back to the default color or choosing a color that has a better contrast with white.
This theme works with the Dyslexia font enabled.
The theme is written with Sass.
Please have a look at the CONTRIBUTING.md for details on how to contribute.
If you like the theme and would like to donate you can use the following ways: