I am really enjoying Breath in KDE. Using the dark color scheme at that. It's great, doesn't hurt my eyes at night. I've had one complaint, but that's not why I'm here today. Instead of complaining, I decided to do something about it. And I think I've succeeded. Now, I would like to give something to the community!
The complaint that I had was about Octopi, the package manager. It's authors have hardcoded colors of the search box, and it was sticking out like a sore thumb when Breath dark was used. You probably know what I'm talking about if you used Octopi with dark color scheme? Find bar was white and if you typed in some text, it would color the find bar bright yellow if it finds what you were looking for. Which is fine, except it's not when you're also using light icons which match your dark colors. The icons turn invisible on the white and light yellowish background. So I've changed that! I've edited the source file which governs this and made the colors more... breath-like!
Here is a showcase of what it looks like on my system, with Breath dark and Breath color schemes overlapped.
(In order of appearance: empty find bar, find bar when it scores a match, find bar when no matches are found)
Again, this is not a mockup. I've compiled it and tested it and it works. If there's interest in shipping Manjaro-customized Octopi, I'd be more than happy to share the modification I've made. Let me know what you think, I'm looking forward to feedback.