This project is not maintained anymore. Holo Colors doesn't make sense since the introduction of Material Design and the ability to set the primary color, secondary color...
Android Holo Colors IntelliJ Plugin
Tested with IntelliJ 12.x / 13.x and Android Studio 0.3+. You can have others information about the plugin on jetbrains website.
Within the IDE
Go to Preferences / Plugins and search Android Holo Colors :
If you can't see the plugin, you should either click on "Browse" (on the left) or "Install from disk" (the jar is available here):
Click on the Android Holo Colors icon (blue 'H') in the toolbar :
You should have the following screen :
Like on the website (http://android-holo-colors.com), you choose a name for your theme, you select the minSDKVersion, the compat library if necessary, and the widgets you need. You also need to specify where is your "res" folder. Finally, click "OK".
If some files were already present in your res folder (and subfolders), you have the following dialog to choose if you want to overwrite one file, or all files, or if on the contrary you don't want to overwrite one file, or no file :
You will also probably see the following screen. In this case, click on "Make a donation" or your computer will burn ;-)
Seriously, if you save time and money with Android Holo Colors, help me with a small donation :
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