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In this example, an application I wrote using ImGui uses Auto Color to match the user's wallpaper at startup:
[[./images/ImGuiExample1.jpg]]
[[./images/ImGuiExample3.jpg]]
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In edge cases where there are very few colors to select from, Auto Color will still guarantee appropriate text contrast ratios:
[[./images/ImGuiExample2.jpg]]
* Editors
By using [[https://github.com/chriskempson/base16][base16]], a guideline for color theme formats, any editor which supports Base16 color sets will work with Auto Color.
Here are some screenshots of Emacs after being themed with Auto Color:
Here is a screenshot of Emacs after being themed with Auto Color:
[[./images/FirstTheme.jpg]]
You can see with some added transparency, the editor looks really nice.

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