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Im having trouble with changing the appearance of the colloquy interface.

When i go to preferances>appearance and try to change it, it says i need to create a new Variant which I do. I then am able to change the colour of different emelents, but when i do this the actual interface does not change, and it just stays the same as its default.

How do I change the looks of the interface?

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