Gogh - Color Scheme for Gnome Terminal and Pantheon Terminal

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Color Schemes For Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS and all distributions that use gnome terminal or Pantheon Terminal, initially inspired by Elementary OS Luna. You can check all themes here... Just copy and paste One line command.

http://mayccoll.github.io/Gogh/
https://github.com/Mayccoll/Gogh

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