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Amarok 2.0 Black buttons

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Amarok Theme

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Amarok 2.0 Black buttons
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Downloads:  1308
Submitted:  Oct 10 2008
Updated:  Oct 11 2008

Description:

I got bored/tired of the amarok buttons. If anyone knows how to space them out a little more can you let me know? I'd love to space them out but I tried and it didn't work.
Source is provided. (edit the default-theme.svg with inkscape)

To install: The download adds numbers to the front of the filename, so rename it to just 'default-theme.svg', then copy the default-theme.svg to /usr/share/apps/kde4/amarok/images (on Debian)
or where ever your /amarok/images may be.
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 by mva on: Oct 13 2008
 
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can you add this theme as separate files? Amarok 1.4 (from kde3) doesn't support svg themes as I see...


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 Re: kde3

 
 by destroyer661 on: Oct 15 2008
 
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I don't know how to make them work with Amarok 1.4.x sorry, can you let me know how?


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 by geminiguy on: Nov 2 2009
 
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open the svg with inkscape.
export each button as a png. (you can create a new folder somewhere to save these png images too)
in amarok 1.x.x go to "customize toolbars"
select the toolbar which has the "play, stop, etc buttons)
from here, you can select each individual button and change it's icon... just "browse more" and go to the images in your new folder.

You can then also do the same for Kaffeine & ShowFoto... (basically, anywhere you can select different images for these types of buttons)

If this does not make sense, just ask and I will explain with more detail. :)


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