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Default Change base colour of HTC sense 6 theme.

I have updated to HTC sense 6 and currently using the one of the 4 set themes. I hate the presets of colour. Is their a way to change the green etc preset colour to the old style blue in the 5.5 version of sense?

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Wrong section but yes, only if you flash a custom ROM. AFAIK that's the only way

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I have updated to HTC sense 6 and currently using the one of the 4 set themes. I hate the presets of colour. Is their a way to change the green etc preset colour to the old style blue in the 5.5 version of sense?

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Viper one theme by Basil3 has that option

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Viper one theme by Basil3 has that option

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He just updated to sense 6..I'm assuming the official update not the ROM version. He'd first need a ROM before he should even look into themes..

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Yes I have the official update so no themes in the play store then?

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Yes I have the official update so no themes in the play store then?

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Nope. But you have some in the settings/personalize/themes
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I didn't like any of the default sets of colour highlights, but I use a red and black wallpaper, so all the highlights being Red was an acceptable option for me.
If you use the Sense 6 Toolbox module for Xposed on a rooted device, you can set it to use all Red, Green or Blue highlights. I wouldn't be surprised if this supports custom colours sometime soon
 
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If you use the Sense 6 Toolbox module for Xposed on a rooted device, you can set it to use all Red, Green or Blue highlights. I wouldn't be surprised if this supports custom colours sometime soon
I cant find this option anywhere... what am i missing?
I have the latest sense 6 toolbox. I assumed it would be under interface mods or sense mods.. don't see it.

I like the dark color headers.. but I hate the green highlights.. if i could make them blue that would be nice.
 
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I cant find this option anywhere... what am i missing?
I have the latest sense 6 toolbox. I assumed it would be under interface mods or sense mods.. don't see it.

I like the dark color headers.. but I hate the green highlights.. if i could make them blue that would be nice.
It's the first option under interface. Sense themes.

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... If you use the Sense 6 Toolbox module for Xposed on a rooted device, you can set it to use all Red, Green or Blue highlights...
Perhaps I am wrong or I missed something, but after installing Toolbox 6 I did not find an option to keep the general colour in black and only change the highlight-colour to blue (like in Sense 5.5). There were only some predefined theme-colour-combinations like "blue-blue" or "black-green" or "black-orange" ...

Please HTC bring my old black/blue style back!

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