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[Keramik] Transparent Kicker (RPM/SRPM)

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.0

Score 59%
[Keramik] Transparent Kicker (RPM/SRPM)
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Downloads:  40518
Submitted:  Jun 17 2002
Updated:  Jun 17 2002

Description:

This is a Keramik style&deco. with transkicker-keramik.patch .
(See http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=2177
for more infomation.)

I have made the RPM version of 'transparent keramik' on MDK8.3(cooker) system, so this RPM may not work on the other system.

!! Please download this SRPM
$ wget http://hugsvr.kaist.ac.kr/~dcpark/linux/keramik-kde3-2pdc.src.rpm
and try to rebuild & install.
(!! You need kdebase-devel, kdelibs-devel, and automake>=1.5 !!)
# rpm --rebuild keramik-kde3-2pdc.src.rpm
# rpm -Uvh /usr/src/{RPM}/RPMS/{arch}/keramik-kde3-*.rpm

NOTE1) You might have to edit '%define prefix /usr' in the keramik.spec
according to your distribution's $KDEDIR.

NOTE2) You can change the Opacity before you rebuild this SRPM.
Since this SRPM contains transkicker-keramik.patch.bz2,
$ bunzip2 transkicker-keramik.patch.bz2
and edit 'panelOpacity = n * 0.1' at line 192.
(Default value of n is zero, that is, 100% transparent. Change the value of n, 0~10.)
And reZip $ bzip2 transkicker-keramik.patch .

NOTE3) teax's Translucency Kicker patch is really good, but rather slow in loading kicker(startkde).

Thanks, teax. :)




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 transkicker-keramik

 
 by songching on: Nov 2 2002
 
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May I know how should I extract the transkicker-keramik.patch.bz2 out of the src.rpm and then join it back?


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 new to linux

 
 by duram4 on: Nov 13 2002
 
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this is a general question i guess. i just start using linux, and im tried to install some transparent themes, but none of them works. i assume that there must some thing i did set up or something. i have red hat 8.0 i'd really appraciated


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 Can't download

 
 by hgco162 on: Nov 13 2002
 
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I tried to download in Mozilla, Konquer, and netscape but all I would get is a blank black page, I tried downloading in windows and real player kept coming up, Can you put the RPM in a zip or gz file.


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 libGLcore.so.1

 
 by Heimer-exs on: Nov 29 2002
 
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This file (libGLcore.so.1) has haunted me for a while now. Does anybody know where I could possibly get it, and perhaps tell me where to put it on my SuSE 8.0? So far all my attempts to find it has been in vain.


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 how to

 
 by ryn1727 on: Jan 18 2003
 
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hi, i downloaded this theme but i have no clue where or how to install it and then how to make it work after i install it, help!


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 MANDRAKE 9.1/KDE 3.1

 
 by hpudji on: Aug 5 2003
 
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HAS ANYBODY GOT A WAY TO INSTALL THIS STYLE ON MANDRAKE 9.1 - KDE 3.1???
I WANT THE TRANSPARENT KICKER BADLY.

THEY DONT MAKE TRANSPARENT KICKER ON KERAMIK STYLE WHICH IS SHIPPED IN THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION.

SOMEBODY PLEASE MAKE A PATCH FOR THIS STYLE...PLEASE....


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