Best way to switch themes on the fly in Sway?

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  • Gradience

    Change the look of Adwaita, with ease

    I'm writing a script following the approach you described, I don't know if there's a better way to do it. In fact, I would like my script to apply any given color palette from an input file. I was wandering how to apply a custom color palette to gtk4, then I found Gradience and I copied its approach. If you're using waybar and you want to theme it, remember to perform `killall waybar` and relaunch your bar, after applying the theme. Other applications like kitty and wofi read the new config file at the next launch.

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  • pywal

    🎨 Generate and change color-schemes on the fly.

    I'd definitely look into pywal for that, it's like a colorscheme manager that fills in templates (some already implemented but it also supports user templates) from either a color scheme you define or by color picking an image

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