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 Karamba themes

 
 by wizzard on: Apr 27 2003
 
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What do you think about a project at SourceForge where all karamba theme devs may host and maintain their stuff?
The theme developers could be added to the authors and be linked to their stuff only.


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 Re: Karamba themes

 
 by ZIOlele on: Apr 27 2003
 
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I like the idea^_^


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 Re: Karamba themes

 
 by mortimer on: May 23 2003
 
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Yeah, this could be great:
centralize little scripts,
centralize all themes,
centralize some documentation and tutorials.

why not asking superkaramba developers to make this a subproject of their own sf.net project?


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 Re: Karamba themes

 
 by maciunio on: May 23 2003
 
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sure why not?
BTW, I have a question:
Do you know how to change the text ENCODING within the SK window (widget) to i.e. UTF-8?
locale.setlocale doesn't work for the window - it works, but only for console (the "print" command)


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 How to make cursors?

 
 by pben on: May 12 2003
 
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I did some googling looking into how to make cursors. The most I could find is a perl sript to rip off Windows XP cursors.

http://www.linuxworld.com/2003/0326.petreley.html

Does anybody have a link to the file format? The xfree86 link just says it more or less is like the icon format specified at freedesktop.org, ugh? The ones I downloaded from this site do not but they work.

http://xfree86.linuxforum.net/4.3.0/Xcursor.3.html
http://www.freedesktop.org/


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 Re: How to make cursors?

 
 by uga on: May 12 2003
 
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You'll find a manual in the tarball. It's not official, but it works ;-)

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=4805


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 Re: Re: How to make cursors?

 
 by pben on: May 14 2003
 
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Thanks, xcursorgen must mess up the png because gimp couldn't open the mouse cursors I looked at.

I will have to play with this and see if I can come up with something good.


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 Re: Re: Re: How to m

 
 by L0rclA5CII on: May 15 2003
 
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That's because xcursorgen "compiles" your cursor (i.e file command returns "GLS_BINARY_LSB_FIRST"). To make a cursor you both need a PNG and a config file.


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 Re: How to make cursors?

 
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go download a theme here at the kde network (more specifically, kde-look.org) untar the thing, and look at the files. there you go.


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 Wallpaper info

 
 by wolever on: May 17 2003
 
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Hey,
I have just written a small python script that got me 800 wallpapers that i have set up to rotate. The only problem is some of them are crap, and i dont wanna have to hunt them down to delete them. Is there a way i could get the current wallpaper (and, better yet, change it too) with pyhon(or command line, its all good as long as i can script it).
Thanks!


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 Re: Wallpaper info

 
 by uga on: May 21 2003
 
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I have no clue about python, but that shouldn't be difficult if you have written the rest.

When you change the wallpaper, why don't you store the name? That's going to be the current one.

If that doesn't help,... well... I don't know what your problem is then.


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 Re: Re: Wallpaper info

 
 by wolever on: May 21 2003
 
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my program is not controlling the wallpaper change - KDE is... And i have looked in the .kde/share/what ever file, and it just says current wallaper=then a (seemingly) random number. I have the wallapers in 6 directories.
Thanks
WuN


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 Re: Re: Re: Wallpaper info

 
 by uga on: May 22 2003
 
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Ok, I see now what the problem is.

I'm not sure how they do it right now. They may even put a copy or a reference in /tmp instead of .kde, but I can't tell for sure.


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 Re: Re: Re: Wallpaper info

 
 by uga on: May 22 2003
 
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Ah, I found how it works.

I checked this in cvs head version, but I guess it should be the same for you.

It seems that kdesktop assigns one number to each wallpaper and the "random" number you find in kdesktoprc is the wallpaper's number.

I doubt that there's any easy way to obtain the current wallpaper's name without writing a small program to communicate with kdesktop... but I'm just guessing.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Wallpaper info

 
 by uga on: May 22 2003
 
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/Me stupid

See the config file "kdesktoprc"

You'll find two lines like the following ones:

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CurrentWallpaper=2
WallpaperList=picture1.jpg,background.jpg,wallpaper.jpg
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The first line gives you the wallpaper number. the second one, the names of all pictures in order (0=picture1.jpg, 1=background.jpg....)


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 themes.freshmeat.net

 
 by Doches on: May 22 2003
 
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Help!
Lately, I've got several new files that I would like to post, but I can't! Till now, themes.freshmeat.net has been hosting my iconthemes, but for the past week, everytime I try to upload something it just tells me that there has been an error. I know there's nothing wrong with my files (KDE accepts them as valid .tar.gz iconthemes!) -- so why won't freshmeat accept it? I've tried uploading from two different locations, three different ISP's, and four different OS's. Different browsers, different files, different projects. Everything!
Help!


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 set up a service...

 
 by jupi on: May 24 2003
 
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... for developers.
Yeah, I know, there is already SourceForge, but I liked to do a different kind of the idea. On codesharingx.tk every developer may upload his projects (include sources) and add screenshots. It's a bit like kde-look.org, but more application-oriented.
I welcome your Cathegory- and other suggestions.

Here the URL once again: codesharingx.tk

yours,
jupi

@admin: If this is classified as "spam" please remove this post!


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 Books

 
 by Gerald on: May 31 2003
 
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Hi,

can anyone here recommend one or two books about KDE programming? I searched on amazon, but all the books there are either not what I want or they don't provide enough information(what version of KDE they use in the book for instance).
I have some experience when it comes to programming, but neither in C++ nor for KDE at all.
I want to learn developing KDE apps and native styles also.
If any of you knows a book that could help me, please let me know.

Thanks
Gerald


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 Re: Books

 
 by Doches on: Jun 11 2003
 
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If I were you, I would try to learn c++ first, and then start looking into the QT libraries through a few tutorials. That's how I learned. It's a little harder than working through a reference book, but it keeps you up-to-date.

For tutorials, try
http://doc.trolltech.com/3.0/tutorial.html and
http://developer.kde.org/documentation/tutorials/
gl & hf!


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 Re: Books

 
 by uga on: Jun 17 2003
 
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Adding a note to what Doches said, there's also a KDE(-2) development book, which can be accessed completely for free @:

http://www.andamooka.org/reader.pl?section=kde20devel

It's based on KDE2 so a few things may have changed, but it may be helpful anyway. I got a pdf version somewhere on the net but I can't really remember where.


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 Re: Books

 
 by uga on: Jun 17 2003
 
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Adding a note to what Doches said, there's also a KDE(-2) development book, which can be accessed completely for free @:

http://www.andamooka.org/reader.pl?section=kde20devel

It's based on KDE2 so a few things may have changed, but it may be helpful anyway. I got a pdf version somewhere on the net but I can't really remember where.


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