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I’m wondering if there is a program that will let a user select one or two colors and create a color-scheme (ie, Windows theme) based on it/them so that the user does not have to manually set each and every color.

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I’m still looking for a program (especially one that has built-in support for Windows color schemes), but I found the ColorHexa site which provides a pile of analysis and information for any given color, including different kinds of color themes that include it. – Synetech Aug 28 '13 at 3:11

Looking at Google I found WindowBlinds. And there's a download here.

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I’m quite familiar with WindowBlinds and it is not what I am looking for. Besides being costly, its purpose is for themes and skins, not color schemes (though themes can include colors, WB doesn’t specifically do what I asked about). – Synetech May 14 '13 at 21:02

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