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Phone [Q] ROM color customization

Hi,

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Right now I'm on CM11 that I've just compiled and flashed on my GNex.

Before switching to 4.4 I ran Rasbeanjelly+Trinity. That Rom had in it's 4.2 relases (IIRC) a customization of buttons, fonts
colors, keyboard colors etc.
I'd like to try a customization of my CM11, and give it the same Rasbeanjelly blue (cyano?) theme.

So my noob question is: Where those customization have place? I suppose in the Kernel but I could be wrong.
 
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You might wanna wait for ParanoidAndroid to go out of beta, its HybridProperties is still under development (work on KitKat compatibility), but back in the days of JellyBean it was powerful enough to do all the features you mentioned, thus it got forked into many custom ROMs (maybe rasbeanjelly uses it also? I don't know).

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