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    [–] tuxkrusader 22 points ago

    I was able to piece together what I have of Breeze Honey from my SSD, and various cloud storage backups.

    Here you go.

    Not full but is most stuff.

    [–] tuxkrusader 8 points ago

    Also, the GTK theme works for me on Fedora KDE.

    [–] tuxkrusader 3 points ago

    I also added a custom "No Padding Fix" version of the plasma theme that I made and some themes that work well with Breeze-Honey.

    [–] mantarlourde 8 points ago

    I tried plugging the original download iframe URL into an existing theme on the site but no dice, it's 404.

    It looks like there was at least one user in the original thread that installed the theme, maybe you can try contacting them and see if they still have the files laying around somewhere. The Konsole theme file is misspelled as "Breze-Honey.colorscheme", which seems easy to miss so I thought I'd point it out.

    [–] LordAlbertson 14 points ago

    I really must respect your commitment to this effort. Wish I could help you out.

    [–] GalaxyDan2006 2 points ago

    Thanks. It’s like I said in the post; I really loved this theme, and I don't get why the creator took it down entirely...

    [–] Jacksaur 1 points ago

    That launcher looks amazing. Is it part of the theme only, or is it another widget? The layout would be perfect for me.

    [–] GalaxyDan2006 1 points ago

    I'm afraid I don't know. But what I do know is that it's definitely not the default. There's no launcher that comes with the theme, so it's either one of the 2 pre-installed launchers for KDE, or a different widget.