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  1. A few weeks ago I read a post on some forum (I think the Arch Forums) that documented a piece of Python code that "selected" the color in a desktop wallpaper that was the most common in the wallpaper (or something to that effect) and incorporated that color into a gtk+ theme. This sort of behavior is similar to the taskbar and window borders in Windoge 8+ being colored based on the wallpaper currently set. I have lost the link and could not find it again in my brief ten minute searching of Google. I was wondering if anyone on here knows what I am talking about and could direct me to a page where I can learn more about this? Thanks! -- Duncan
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