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AA - Flava ... What's your flava ?

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Theme/Style for KDE 3.1

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AA - Flava ... What's your flava ?
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Downloads:  7093
Submitted:  Oct 22 2003
Updated:  Nov 12 2003

Description:

OK guys the flavors are welcome ...
Finally the style is complete and ready to go ... say me what you think about the new flavors ... what your favorite flavor, etc ...

I've added a link of the wallpapers for this style here:

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=8876




Changelog:

* 2.0 Finally the style is complete ... with all its flavors ... (fixed any windec, radio, checkbox bugs)

* 1.6 This relase have many fixed like a buttons size, the comboxbox, the tabs, and the kwin deco.

* 1.2 Added Some wallpapers

* 1.0 INITIAL VERSION



License:
This original idea by Max Rudberg :
http://www.maxthemes.com


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 why not..

 
 by windex82 on: Nov 12 2003
 
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instead of making four static colors why dont you just allow the colors to be changed in the colors dialog?

Sorry if im wrong, but all your themes seem to be static in colors (and whats worse is there all pretty much the same, just different colors), while they should use the colors chosen by the suer in the color preferences.


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 Re: why not..

 
 by Brandybuck on: Nov 12 2003
 
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That's because it's a straight pixmap theme. You need a separate pixmap for each color. User configurable colors in a theme like this would be completely unmanagable.


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 Re: Re: why not..

 
 by windex82 on: Nov 12 2003
 
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make sense, thanks for explaining =)


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 Re: Re: why not..

 
 by uninet on: Nov 15 2003
 
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Actually, it would be managable -- it's been done with Keramik, Liquid, etc., which both use similarly fancy widgets. It's just a matter of having to write the style...


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 Very Nice, But...

 
 by dle on: Nov 12 2003
 
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As nice as this is, my flavour has to be one that has a GTK/Gnome complement -- such as Galaxy, Bluecurve, *eramik, etc. Without that, no matter how handsome a style is, the lack of a corresponding one for GTK/Gnome will lead to an incongruous-looking desktop.

I hope Qt/KDE and GTK/Gnome can perhaps work on a common styling system.

Nonetheless, good on you for this one.


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 Re: Very Nice, But..

 
 by RND on: Feb 11 2004
 
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Some distros are working towards a common look in KDE and Gnome such as Mandrake with their Galaxy theme.

But really KDE and Gnome are completely separate projects so theres no reason for them to merge their looks. In fact Gnome is a fork of KDE so there is kind of rivalry between the two.


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 Nice

 
 by python on: Nov 12 2003
 
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Good work indeed!

Only one thing is bothering me in window deco - the buttons are separated with different amount of space, example:

[x] [x][x] ... redo it with same amount of space and perfecto :P


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 Great theme

 
 by blaster999 on: Feb 1 2004
 
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It's a great theme. I've just installed it and it's now my default. Great work!


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 I love it!!

 
 by princessangry on: Feb 22 2004
 
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Very sleek and very cool! I love it.. keep up teh good work!! ;) I have the cryo one ;)


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 Fix the spacing!

 
 by DanaG on: Jul 8 2005
 
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PLEASE fix the broken button spacing on the left! It drives me nuts every time I see it! AluminumAlloy is the best skin I've used, and I want to use it with the icons on the left (custom button positions).

[x] [_] . [+] is weird, fix it!


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