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 New KSplash-Engine

 
 by jupi on: Jun 19 2003
 
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Hi!

Someone out there who knows how to create themes for the new KSplash-Engine in KDE CVS? I've upgraded my CVS-Version last night and discovered the new engine. Now I want to create themes myself, but I don't know how. Anyone has an idea?

Thanks,
jupi


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 Re: New KSplash-Engi

 
 by Richardve on: Jun 19 2003
 
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A screenshot of it would be nice as well ;)


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 Re: Re: New KSplash-Engi

 
 by uga on: Jun 20 2003
 
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You can see some shots here:

http://www.eleceng.ohio-state.edu/~ravi/kde/ksplash.html


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 here they are!

 
 by pknoob on: Jun 23 2003
 
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I've just made some screenshots for u :)

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=6760


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 Re: here they are!

 
 by Richardve on: Jun 24 2003
 
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Thanks, but I've already installed it now :)

I still haven't seen that theme editor though :?


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 here they are!

 
 by anonymous on: Jun 23 2003
 
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I've just made some screenshots for u :)

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=6760


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 Re: New KSplash-Engine

 
 by ybouan on: Jun 19 2003
 
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The new engine is Ksplash/ml I beleive. Just check out there web site. (it's referenced in apps.kde.com)

http://apps.kde.com/na/2/counter/id/1763/hp?sid=&sid=


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 Re: New KSplash-Engine

 
 by uga on: Jun 20 2003
 
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Well, it's been there in CVS since April actually. It's just that it wasn't compiled by default.
(see http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-devel&m=104940961123025&w=2)

The code is based on ksplash-ml by Brian Ledbetter, who didn't have the time to develop it anymore, so asked the kde developers to maintain it in kde.

The api should be similar to the original code, so coding the themes is probably similar, but there could be changes. If you have any problems you can probably contact the current maintainer (Ravikiran Rajagopal)


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 Re: New KSplash-Engine

 
 by uga on: Jun 20 2003
 
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Actually I saw right now something interesting in the webpage for screenshots I posted above. It says: "Known Issues: No documentation for theme API."

Well, I guess you can see the current plugins as examples, or contact him straight.


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 Re: Re: New KSplash-Engine

 
 by ravi on: Jul 1 2003
 
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Actually the theme API is documented. Please point your browser to
http://docs.kde.org/en/HEAD/kdebase/ksplashml/

Look in chapter 3 for information about making themes, and in chapter 5 for making plugins.

Regards,
Ravi


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 Re: Re: Re: New KSplash-Engine

 
 by uga on: Jul 4 2003
 
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Great, thanks!


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 Re: Re: New KSplash-Engine

 
 by ravi on: Jul 3 2003
 
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Documentation is now available. Please look at
http://docs.kde.org/en/HEAD/kdebase/ksplashml/

Regards,
Ravi


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 looking for ksplashm

 
 by pknoob on: Jun 23 2003
 
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does anyone know where is ksplashml conf file? I looked for it in
~/.kde/share/config but couldn't find it. I found ksplashrc but I couldn't find anything about ksplashml.

Please I reeeeeeeeeeeeeealy need to know where it is cause I'd like to make a little script that would use it.

any clue?

thanx in advance

ps: i use kde cvs from 3 days ago


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 Re: looking for kspl

 
 by Richardve on: Jun 24 2003
 
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the ksplasml binary is actually just called 'ksplash', so I guess you'll need that ksplashrc..


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 Re: looking for ksplashm

 
 by uga on: Jun 24 2003
 
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it's "ksplashrc", there's no ksplashml... ;-)


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 Re: Re: looking for ksplashm

 
 by pknoob on: Jun 25 2003
 
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actually there's no ksplashrc, ksplashml themes are now defined in kdeglobals in case u care :)


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 Re: Re: Re: looking for ksplashm

 
 by uga on: Jun 26 2003
 
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? I have a recent cvs. Unless this is a legacy file, I have configured it in "ksplashrc" which says:

[KSplash]
Theme=Redmond

I used to change it here before, but I haven't tested it for long time. Sorry if I was wrong.

Actually I also saw in your screenshots that you seem to have a more recent patch, may be from make-it-cool. I tend to use plain HEAD version. It may make a difference.


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 Re: looking for ksplashm

 
 by affenschlaffe on: Jun 25 2003
 
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~/.kde/share/config/ksplashrc is the file you are looking for. So you already found it :-) But what exactly do you want to do? If you are looking for examples, have a look into $KDEDIR/share/apps/ksplash/Themes/Default, which is a very simple one. Other use engines (just have a look at the Standard folder).
HTH
Michael


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 Making icons - tip

 
 by leinir on: Jul 14 2003
 
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I would just like to point something out that I have had to discover for myself. When you are creating icons of the high quality that now prevails, you of course want it to be the best looking as possible, no sharp edges, clean and all such things. The easiest way to do this is to make or export the icon at a size of 960 by 960 (or somesuch large resolution, I chose this because it's the largest possible icon size in Mac OS X) and then resize the icon after that (for example using The GIMP or ImageMagik's convert program). Basically, this is what my little thing svg2icons does, but I thought it might be an idea to tell people how to get the best quality.
I have no idea why this is, but it would seem that the quality of SVG rendering in Sodipodi and other vector drawing applications is not as good at resizing as they would like us all to think upon export (I suppose because of the rendering system, though I don't know the technical details).


with a "little" update for the Slicker Icon set comming up soon
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 3D artists wanted

 
 by linuxbeest on: Aug 2 2003
 
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I'm the developer of the TuxSaver screensaver.
(http://www.kdelook.org/content/show.php?content=4773)

TuxSaver has all the basic features, but lacks good looking objects. I'm a C++ developer but I'm not really a good 3D drawing artist.
So I'm looking for people who can improve the existing objects and add new objects to tuxsaver.
I'm using 3D objects made in ac3d which is available for free at www.download.com.

Don't hesitate to send me an email for more information.

thanks,


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 Re: 3D artists wanted

 
 by uga on: Aug 3 2003
 
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I think blender would give much better results (imho). It may look difficult to use at the beginning, but it's easy and flexible after a week of use.

What I'm not quite sure is what kind of exported format you would need and if blender would be able to create objects in such a format.


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 Re: Re: 3D artists wanted

 
 by linuxbeest on: Aug 3 2003
 
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I used ac3d files because it is a very easy file format.
Ac3d can import lots of other fileformats so it should be easy to draw something in blender, open it in ac3d and save it in ac3dformat.

Let me know if you would like to help, (using blender or ac3d)


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 No ksplash module...

 
 by mdshreenath on: Oct 6 2003
 
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I am building ksplash/ML for my Mandrake 9.1(using $homepage/ksplashml-0.95.3.tgz).
Everything went right (i think). I did make install. Oh ! ! there is no ksplash module in kcontrol. Anybody has a clue?


Do visit my home page http://pande.tk/
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 Re:No ksplash module

 
 by MDonoughe on: Oct 10 2003
 
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Make sure that you don't need to set the prefix to /opt/kde3 or something like that. I know SuSE uses that, but I don't know about the others.


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 Re: No ksplash module...

 
 by BigRedFish on: Oct 23 2003
 
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For Mandrake, use:
./configure --prefix=/usr

That's the trick to installing KDE modules under Mandrake. Sorry it took so long to respond.


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 Dist. specific icons

 
 by leinir on: Oct 19 2003
 
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leinirleinir
KDE/Amarok, KDE/Gluon
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Due to an (informal) discussion in the Slicker development group earlier on tonight, it has come to my attention that some icon sets include distribution specific icons, while some don't. I have begun making icons for Mandrake specific purposes (due to the simple fact that I use Mandrake myself) for Reinhardt, but I am very interested indeed in making icons for other distribution specific programs, such as Yast and dselect and such programs, however, I need some more information.

I am of course not the only person in this situation, of course, and I am now wondering if someone would be willing to make these lists if icons that need to be made to complete the icon set for those distributions. For example people from the distributions themselves (Debian, SUSE, Mandrake, RedHat, Gentoo...) so we get it straight from the horse's mouth, so to speak.


..Dan // Leinir
http://www.leinir.dk/

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