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As of now, unity itself isn't themeable - the theme doesn't change - only the window decoration changes, if that makes sense. If unity is to become default in 11.04, surely it would make sense for the launcher and task bar to change as well?

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closed as primarily opinion-based by Braiam, Seth Mar 23 '14 at 20:51

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I do hope so, I wouldn't want all that effort of GTK2 artists going to waste...and besides, I love Elementary :P – Dante Ashton Nov 1 '10 at 20:59
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No decision has been made on this yet.

Keep in mind that we will need something to handle having a high and low contrast theme for accessibility reasons; and that is very much a high priority, so we'll have to revisit this after conclusions have been made at the Ubuntu Developer Summit.

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Not only a high contrast theme, but also a low contrast theme (why do people always forget that?) and probably some other accessibility-related themes too. – JanC Oct 28 '10 at 0:14
Just curiosity, but what is a low contrast theme for? – Sense Hofstede Oct 28 '10 at 2:07
@Sense Ask a separate question. :) – Jorge Castro Oct 28 '10 at 2:23

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