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I work late nights and a dark theme like this would be nice with IDAPro.

I followed the installation steps and copied the contents of 'plugins' from the github page to the 'plugins' directory in my IDAPro folder in C:/

Then, I went to options > colors > import and imported the .clr file. But it only changes the color scheme for the disassembly window. Everything else is still the default theme (see image attached). I searched the web looking for if there's something I'm missing but no luck. Seems like I'm doing everything correctly.

Is there anything I'm missing? How can I get the theme to propagate all over IDAPro 7.0?

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I think you're talking about changing the appearance of Qt widgets and not only IDA widgets. If so, take a look at zyantific/IDASkins python plugin. There're also plugins in C++ if you prefer it.

  • I linked that same link in my original question. I did try the procedure at that page (copy contents of the plugins directory) but it does not work for me. – learnerX Feb 18 at 6:00
  • Sorry about it. Can you see '[IDASkins] v2.0.4 by athre0z (zyantific.com) loaded!' in the 'Output window' when you start IDA? – wisk Feb 18 at 10:53
  • No I cannot see that in the output window. It shows that the database of the binary I'm analyzing is loaded but that's about it. Is there a way to explicitly load IDASkins into IDA? – learnerX Feb 18 at 18:11
  • Just to be sure, do you have a file named idaskins.py in your plugins folder? Otherwise, you can try to type from idaskins.plugin import IdaSkinsPlugin from the Python widget. – wisk Feb 18 at 21:09
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    IDA Free does not have IDAPython so no – Igor Skochinsky Feb 19 at 10:13

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