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I created a google chrome extension that allows you to choose custom themes in order to make pretty the code that you read.

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The extension injects CSS (Lite extension) and saves your preference theme. The idea is to create a group of themes and also customize the code of GitHub and BitBucket.

You can install the extension accesing to this URL

The code is at GitHub in this direction GitHub Repo

Any comments are welcome!

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Uh-oh. Bug report already: you currently format block quotes as code blocks. I don't think that's the expected behavior. It's certainly not what I expected. Still, great piece of work. Obviously I'm using it already. :-) –  Cody Gray Apr 3 '13 at 4:31
    
I made this in order to have an homogeneus theme in the page, but it's a good issue for the future. BTW, now I added more colour schemes, check it out. –  Rodri Apr 13 '13 at 21:07
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