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Change the Look of XDA Developers with Unofficial Dark XDA User Style
XDA has a number of themes that can be selected by members. The newest one is XDA 2013 Beta, which was introduced a little over a year ago. It has a fair number of nice features, but not every member likes the brownish color style. Luckily on the Internet, you can change the look of almost everything. XDA is no exception.
A few weeks back, we talked about an unofficial stylesheet that made the XDA 2013 Beta theme look a bit more classic. XDA Forum Moderator GermainZ is at it again with a second user style that changes the look of XDA significantly.
Released over half a year ago, the Dark XDA user style just received a major update. With the newest version, you have a chance to adjust the user style to meet your aesthetic criteria by selecting your colors. Now XDA can be green, yellow, or even pink. The color scheme is almost unlimited, so it’s up to you to do some testing. Of course the main Dark XDA user style was updated as well. To use this user style, you need to install Stylish or Stylebot, which should work on almost every popular browser.
If you find the XDA color scheme a bit boring, make your way to the original thread and give Dark XDA a try.
Note: This is not an official XDA theme, so in the event of any site problems, please disable any custom stylesheets before submitting error reports.
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