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 Lost noob

 
 by terox1334 on: Jan 1 2008
 
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I've been looking through all this stuff and have been trying to use them but I have no idea how! I'm using Debian 4.0 and these themes,screensavers,and splash screens all have weird file extensions that I don't know how to install. Could anybody point me in the right direction??


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 Re: Lost noob

 
 by Yaba on: Jan 4 2008
 
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Depends on what you want to install. For most content there is a "How to install" link on the contents page.


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 Re: Re: Lost noob

 
 by Fri13 on: Jan 8 2008
 
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I would suggest that there would come universal "help" somewhere on this page (easy to see) and it could have info how to install wallpaper/theme/style/icons/colorshema and what important, how to select right license for work (there is so many GPL lisenced works what cant be under GPL) and rules what stuff goes under what section.
After all, we need info for new users to know what is different with deb/rpm and tar.gz/tar.bz2 or similar files. So they know do they need to use packagemanager or untar it somewhere etc etc.

Like kopete has problems with khotnewstuff because many things are under kopete styles even they are just wallpaper or something and install fails because of that.


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 Re: Re: Re: Lost noo

 
 by Yaba on: Jan 11 2008
 
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http://www.kde-look.org/help/

But I agree on the other points. Are you willing to help and write some howtos? It would be greatly appreciated.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Lost noo

 
 by Fri13 on: Jan 12 2008
 
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I would like to help by writing some helps. But (there is always a but ;-)) my english isn't so good so i might ask my friend to transslate them or even if he would like to write few of them. Because he was little frustrating too because "there ain't good context" what menus means. (but i didnt even understand about that that does).

Now when KDE4 has came out, i was thinkin how about graphical help guide?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
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I would be willing to assist in making some help files, I could put then into .pdf so that illustrations could be included adding a more visual approach to helping others install theme files.


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 Re: Lost noob

 
 by the-dark-avenger on: Jan 12 2008
 
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Take a look at "Control Center", most of those files you'll get installed here... (ehm... Debian doesn't install KDE by default... do you have everything installed properly??)
If a file is an archive that has a source code, then try to google for "compiling source code"...


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 Tab Scrolling

 
 by permafrost91 on: Jan 15 2008
 
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is there a way to scroll all tabs in KDE with the mouse wheel? Only Konqueror and GTK apps do the trick for me. Other tabs refuse to scroll ... is there a setting somewhere or is this a feature missing from Qt?


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 create a repository

 
 by thrawn on: Jan 18 2008
 
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I have an idea for the administrators of this site:
why not creating some repository for some distributions, so it will be easier to maintain the software up to date (debian/ubuntu, fedora, gentoo,...)


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 Re: create a reposit

 
 by Fri13 on: Jan 20 2008
 
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We dont need new repository, just every application maker needs to know that they can offer DEB/RPM packages for different distro mainainers or offer SVN for them so they can package it. It seems that only thing is app dev go to IRC channel and ask if already few package mainaintaner would like to add your app to their keep-updated list :-)

Just work together and everything is much easier, no need to build so many different repositories.

And kde-look.org has KHotNewStuff and KDE4 brings KHotNewStuff2 so wallpapers and everything else is possible to download if just users adds it to correct group and adds it right way, like not zip wallpaper but send it as pure picture format.


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 Those QT4 CSS styles

 
 by cookies on: Jan 27 2008
 
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Who else remembers those Qt4 CSS-like style sheet styles that Qt4 Promised you could make:
http://doc.trolltech.com/4.3/stylesheet.html

Can these be used to make KDE styles? If so, how?


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 Re: Those QT4 CSS styles

 
 by logixoul on: Jan 28 2008
 
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Can these be used to make KDE styles?

Sadly, due to Qt limitations that's currently not possible.

Quote from the end of http://doc.trolltech.com/4.3/stylesheet.html:
"Qt style sheets are currently not supported for ... custom QStyle subclasses. We plan to address this in some future release."


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 Re: Those QT4 CSS styles

 
 by Brandybuck on: Jan 28 2008
 
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Yes, you can make styles with Qt4 CSS. But it was not meant for styles, it was mean to retheme one or two widgets at a time. If you try to do everything, it will end up being extremely slow. This is what I have seen in practice.


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 Re: Re: Those QT4 CSS styles

 
 by cookies on: Jan 29 2008
 
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Oh. Well, thanks for the info you two.


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 Re: Re: Those QT4 CSS styles

 
 by logixoul on: Jan 29 2008
 
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Hey brandybuck,
I just tested it with something like

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void MyStyle::polish (QWidget *widget) {
if (qobject_cast<QPushButton *>(widget)) {
widget->setStyleSheet("color: red;");
}
}

void MyStyle::drawKStylePrimitive (...) const
{
if(element==WT_PushButton)
p->setBrush(pal.button());
KStyle::drawKStylePrimitive(element, primitive, opt, r, pal, flags, p, widget, option);
}


and sure enough, the text didn't turn red. Got some details as to how to get this to work? Thanks ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: Those QT4 CSS styles

 
 by logixoul on: Jan 29 2008
 
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and sure enough, the text didn't turn red.

err, to be more precise, the test app segfaults somewhere in QtGui :-) but I can't get a backtrace.


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 Re: Re: Re: Those QT4 CSS styles

 
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Ack! Don't set style sheets inside of a style! Style sheets are themselves their own style, a sort of proxy style. When I said to write your own style, I meant to use QPainter to do the drawing. It's more work, but the performance increase over style sheets will be worth it, IMHO.

You don't have to write the entire style though. You can use a proxy style to only theme some things. Go to http://wiki.qtcentre.org/index.php?title=Proxy_style for an example.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Those QT4 CSS styles

 
 by logixoul on: Jan 29 2008
 
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Right. I was interested in using stylesheets to streamline some of the more tedious parts of writing a QStyle. I did suspect that it's impossible, and you just confirmed it; good to know :)


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 wrong links

 
 by salvaste on: Jan 30 2008
 
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I don't know if it's just me but today every link to the entries in kde-* opens the wrong page (e.g. the previous in the list).


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 Re: wrong links

 
 by salvaste on: Jan 30 2008
 
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uhm ... it happens only with konqueror, strange


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 plasma categories

 
 by iovar on: Jan 30 2008
 
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Wouldn't it make more sense to have a
plasmoids category on kde-apps.org
and a plasma-themes category here
(kde-look.org)?


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 Re: plasma categorie

 
 by cover on: Jan 31 2008
 
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Quote, or at least two different categories, plasmoids and plasma themes here on kde-looks. I think we'll see more and more themese and plasmoid, so it would be nice to keep it clean :)


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 Re: Re: plasma categ

 
 by EDWARD0S on: Feb 28 2008
 
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this allready exhists and how would one make the plasma themes and plasmoids. is it made by qt4 ?


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