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Extracting colors and adjusting implicit color theme in a CSS-file

Last Modified: 2012-05-11

I want to adjust an implicit color theme of my CSS files.
I consider all color asignments in a CSS-file (or multiple CSS-files) as an implicit color theme.

It is a lot of work to manually change all colors to those of a new theme, even when using some search'n'replace-script.

Is there any software allowing a manipulation of all colors in a CSS file at once?
For instance, I would like to manipulate saturation, hue, brightness, tint of all colors in a CSS file at once.

Is there any software for that?

PS: I know TopStype Pro - but with this software you only can change all colors in a CSS file to greyscale. Not very useful but goes in the right direction :-)
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