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+#### Redmine Circle Theme
+
+##### About
+A freshly designed, open and responsive Redmine and RedmineCRM plugins theme with flat styles and form elements styles.
+
+##### Compability
+Redmine 2.x
+Redmine 3.x
+
+Browsers: Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer and Firefox
+
+##### Installation
+
+1. Clone repository into folder public/themes (Redmine):
+```
+$ git clone https://github.com/nti-ufpe/circle
+```
+2. Restart application;
+3. Go to "Administration -> Setting -> Display" and select circle theme in "Theme" drop-down list;
+4. Save your settings.
+
+#### License
+Redmine Circle theme is open source and released under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2 (GPL).
+
+#### Version
+v2.0.2
+
+Copyright (C) 2011-2015 Kirill Bezrukov
+http://www.redminecrm.com/

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+== Redmine Circle theme
+
+Copyright (C) 2011-2015 Kirill Bezrukov
+http://www.redminecrm.com/
+
+== 2015-10-13 v2.0.2
+
+* Disable relative content for Agile board assignee movements
+
+== 2015-10-06 v2.0.1
+
+* Z-index fixes
+
+== 2015-09-17 v2.0.0
+
+* Hide sidebar button (no need Hide Sidebar plugin anymore)
+* Add hidden project menu items to the dropdown menu
+* Add hidden top menu items to the dropdown menu
+* Responsive styles
+
+== 2014-04-09 v1.0.2
+
+* Disabled context menu fixes
+* New date picker styles
+* Padding for done ration progress
+
+== 2014-01-19 v1.0.1
+
+* Issues list priorities colors
+* Table cells padding
+* Table row select and hover styles
+* iOS buttons support
+* Context menu styles
+* Issue tip styles
+
+== 2014-01-17 v1.0.0
+
+* Initial release
+* Styles for selects and inputs
+* Styles for buttons
+* Styles for RedmineCRM plugins (CRM, Invoices, Helpdesk, Finance, Products, People)
+* Styles for Modal windows and Date pickers

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