Tequila Sunrise
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Tequila Sunrise

Updated Apr 05, 2011 by navigatsio

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Terry H
Comment #101 Thursday, July 7, 2011 6:45 AM

I like it, the only problem is its a bit too bright and gave me a headache after an hour or so.

Still a fantastic theme though!

Comment #102 Monday, July 18, 2011 8:11 PM

thanks i  like 

Comment #103 Thursday, July 21, 2011 12:29 PM

Very refreshing colors! I love it.

Thanks for sharing, my friend.

Peace and Love :~)

Comment #104 Thursday, July 21, 2011 9:28 PM

Thanks TerryH! Sorry it gave you a headache and really do wish you could use it but glad to hear you liked it anyway, my friend. Maybe next time.... 

Comment #105 Thursday, July 21, 2011 9:29 PM

Thanks wangfeiyu! I really appreciate it, my friend....

Comment #106 Thursday, July 21, 2011 9:31 PM

You're very welcome, EyalB! I really hope you enjoy using it and peace to you as well, my friend...

Comment #107 Monday, September 12, 2011 4:40 PM

Comment #108 Sunday, February 12, 2012 8:16 PM

Navigatzio...i want merry with you,are u ok?It's my thanks

Comment #109 Sunday, March 18, 2012 1:02 AM

Thank you very much

Comment #110 Sunday, March 18, 2012 7:50 AM


Comment #111 Sunday, March 18, 2012 11:57 PM

Congrats on the feature Rick!!!   

Comment #112 Friday, November 8, 2013 8:46 AM
Hey you know what would make this theme amazing at night, f.lux f.lux makes your screen more.... relaxing at night, it lowers the color temperature by a HUGE amount, so let me stress DO NOT USE IT ON DRASTIC SETTINGS WHILE DESIGNING! Just exit f.lux when designing, or click the "disable for an hour" button. Leave f.lux default in the morning especially, but 6000k is just fine in the day because it takes away a tiny bit of the blue and you won't notice the change. Anyway at night there is a HUGE change that I don't expect you to adjust to fast. It may take you an hour to adjust, so it's a good idea to use the slow 60 minute transition. ---- To make the cursor match the screen you have three options ---- 1. Turn on mouse trails 2. (Windows 7 only) use magnifier on fullscreen 100% no zoom Open Regedit 1. Go to the registry, HKEY CUURENT USER / ControlPanel / Mouse 2. In the right side of the registry editor window find "mouse trails" 3. set mouse trails to 99 and log out and back in again. 3400k at night, which is default halogen setting is a MAJOR shift in color so like I just said, take it easy amd don't freak out. You can bump it up to 4200 if you want so it's not too drastic, then maybe the next night try 3800, then the next night try 3400k. Then try expanding the range and go with 2700k! I really like 2300k and you will adjust, I use normal incandescent lighting but 2300k just looks a lot warmer and relaxing to me, because it is warmer. I mean it matches my room better. Main page is http://www.justgetflux.com/ Support Page, I recommend EVERYONE who may be interested in f.lux to read it http://justgetflux.com/faq.html
Comment #113 Thursday, May 1, 2014 1:56 PM

This is my #1 favorite theme I've EVER downloaded -- I like other themes (like Classy  - a very blue theme) and others.

But this is my all time favorite best theme I've ever seen!


Still wish I could make a signature - and it would be this.

What makes this theme even better is f.lux http://www.justgetflux.com/

(download f.lux NOW (in the daytime) so that the slow 60 minute transition actually goes through 60 minutes - and not 20 seconds if it's way past sunset).

Your computer monitor is set to match "daylight" or 6500k (which is a slightly bluer white- if that makes any sense)

Anyway when you look at a computer at night, you are telling your body NOT to go to sleep -- your telling it "Hey, I'm going to stare into this bright blue monitor, so you just go ahead and keep me awake for a while,


This is most likely NOT what you had in mind to do -- but it's what's happening and you can not change that.

But you can make it better -- MUCH better.

#1 Reduce the brightness of your monitor, and put it on 0 - yes 0

#2 download f.lux as mentioned above, and turn on the slow transition setting, and set your location to somewhere near you so that the sunset time happens correctly.

#3 get used to the new warm colors -- may even take a week, just do your best, eventually you will adjust, I promise!

#4 enjoy, and tell everyone you know, family, friends, Internet friends, random people on the Internet, random people looking at a loptop late at night etc!

#5 tell those people to spread the word as well, and then everyone can enjoy f.lux!

That's all I recommend, oh and try out 2700k 2300k etc when you get used to the colors!


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