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GNOME Colorscheme, the application for creating color schemes based upon a single starting color, has come out today with version 0.3.91. Changed in this release are an improved monochromatic color scheme algorithm, the palette is not shown by default, displays a tool tip when hovering over colors, when dragging a color the drag icon is a block of color, gconfm and libgnome* dependencies are now optional, added some Windows installation support, new translations (German and Dutch), and minor bug fixes. GNOME Colorscheme is available here.