Basically it adds another button on the Hybrid properties launch section, where you would see the different ui buttons, that contains color presets for more apps.
Xda app (regular, pro, and tab) (dark theme)
Alarm Clock Xtreme
News & Weather
Apex Launcher (Transparent statusbar)
BaconReader (reddit app)
Google Play Music (there seems to be some kind of bug with this one)
Notes Lite by Fluffy Delusions
If you have more color presets, feel free to post them and I'll add them in if they look right.
Flashable zip version: https://www.dropbox.com/s/nxbq57khas...2013-05-21.zip
Manual version: https://www.dropbox.com/s/oadn3izkqz...2013-05-21.xml
For the manual version, copy the Xml to /system/etc/paranoid/preferences/
Set perm to rw-r--r--
There is no one click method to get rid of the applied Zcolors without removing any other modifications you have made in the hybrid properties, this is a limitation of the Hybrid Engine. There are three ways I can think of off of the top of my head to revert these colors:
1. Go to Settings > Hybrid Properties > Apps, then click on the app you want to revert to stock, then click the reset icon (circle arrow with a dot in the middle). Repeat for each app.
2. Using a file explorer, go to /system/etc/paranoid/ and open properties.conf. under ##SYSTEM PREFERENCES you will see a bunch of entries like "com.facebook.katana.colors="FFCBD2DF|B2FFFFFF |FFF FFFFF|FF5975B0|FFFFFFFF". Delete the lines for the apps you don't want the coloring on.
3. Go to Settings > Hybrid Properties > Tools > Reset Properties. This will get rid of all Zcolors and any other modifications you have made to per app colors/dpi. If that doesn't bother you, then this will be the quickest easiest route.
Also, If after doing that, you want the Zcolor option to go away, you can go to /system/etc/paranoid/preferences/ and delete Z_Colors.xml. All my flashable file does is drop that XML in the right folder and set permissions correctly for it.