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9th January 2014, 12:46 PM |#11  
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What exactly happens when you switch the theme to key lime pie?

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Key Lime Pie is the default theme you have selected when using the Google keyboard, I had this written in the introduction. I had my keyboard theme just switched when taking the screenshot.

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9th January 2014, 03:00 PM |#12  
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May be it's for 5.0 version..

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May be it's for 5.0 version..

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I'd doubt that, android versions generally release in and about each year of difference and KitKat is still quite recent. Also they followed the alphabet as follows. Donut>Eclair>Froyo>Gingerbread>Honeycomb>IceCreamS andwich>Jellybean>KitKat (Originally called Key Lime Pie)

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If you decompile google keyboard you will notice couple of lines there in xmls (gb for gingerbread, ics for icecream and klp for KitKat - i would say google was lazy to correct this stuff. Nothing to see here really, its just a name missmatch, common for google.

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What exactly happens when you switch the theme to key lime pie?

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The differences I see are that ICS has blue accent color, KLP has white accent color and GB has orange accent color.

Thanks for the tip OP, I'm going with ICS!
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