The B00merang Project ha sreleased a couple of tools, based on our own custom scripts for theme creation. We also released a new simplified version of our TransPack script (R7) that deletes some errors and makes installation easier and less cluttered.
Lately, we've been working on adapting more of our themes to our MTAC (mainly Longhorn themes and B00merang themes). Progress is slow, but we're slowly moving forward.
We also issued some corrections to the Windows 10 themes, added 3.2 support to the Chrome OS theme (vertical panels is supported too) and separated the Longhorn Icon theme into it's own repository (Android is also a standalone theme now)
Our recent shift to script publishing is not permanent but it was necessary in a time where we struggle to develop all our themes in an efficient way. These tools that we created will help us get the project going even with time constraints.
New material should be pretty limited in the coming months, but expect a revamped B00merang Collection (adapted to the Modular Theme Architecture) and a freshly remastered Longhorn Collection (Vista-based themes). For the users fond of round shapes, we may be re-releasing the B00merang Round theme, but it depends whether we manage to adapt the B00merang codebase to the new MTAC.
See you soon guys!