wpgtk uses pywal as its colorscheme generator, but builds upon it with a graphic user interface and other features such as the ability to edit the color-schemes generated and save them with their respective wallpapers, having light and dark themes for dynamic icons, hackable and fast GTK+ theme made specifically for
wpgtk, custom keywords and values to replace in templates and auto color-scheme sorting to achieve more readable palettes.
wpgtk is a color-scheme manager with a template system which lets you create templates from any text file and will replace keywords on it when you change your theme, delivering high customizing power.
And also, for those who are not into auto-generated color-schemes, you will be happy to know that
wpgtk includes all the preset themes that
pywal does, so that's around 200+ themes to play around with, that you can also modify to get really readable and cool results!
If you prefer written documentation and want to know all the neat things you can do with
wpgtk you can always go to the
wiki and checkout the documentation for any of the features, as a user you can always contribute to this wiki to make it better.
Warning: Users updating from versions older than
6.0.0 will have to update their templates to the new format, check the Templates section on the wiki for more information.
Usage and Useful Links
These are just some of the desktops of users I've managed to catch in the wild. They're all pretty cool, I really love seeing these, but if anyone wants their desktop removed (or added) just send me an email or open an issue.
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This project is licensed under the GPLv2 License - see the LICENSE file for details