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Azure-blue water - Widget theme

   Summer 2010  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

Score 53%
Azure-blue water - Widget theme

Downloads:  948
Submitted:  Aug 23 2010
Updated:  Aug 24 2010


A stunningly beautiful widget style and window decoration for qtcurve (meaning KDE and GTK), that is meant to be used with the color style with the same name (see my contents). But it can of course be used with every color scheme.

1. Install qtcurve for KDE, GTK, or both.
2. Import this file in qtcurve and select it.
3. Choose qtcurve as window decoration in KDE’s or Gnome’s settings.
4. Add a fitting background image.
5. Enjoy! :)


(There may be a future color style that uses less palm green and more sand white.)

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 Really nice.

 by ctown on: Aug 23 2010
Score 50%

By the way, how did you get the menu bar to become green? I am talking about the bar with "File" or in your case "Datei".

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 Re: Really nice.

 by Evi1M4chine on: Aug 23 2010
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By setting the “Coloration” under “Menubars” to “Titlebar border”.
You can also do the opposite, and check “Use menubar color” under “Windows”.
But in both cases, you have to set the border size in "Window managers" to "No Border”, or there will be small gaps left and right of the menu bar.

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 Re: Re: Really nice.

 by CraigD on: Sep 7 2010
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You can 'solve' this issue, by having the following config items set:

1. Set menubar, titlebar, and inactive titlebar gradients to the same value.
2. Do not enable "Blend titlebar color into background color"
3. Use window titlebar color for menubar
4. Extend window dragging into menubar (or further...)

QtCurve will then draw the titlebar and menubar as 1 gradient - this would then remove the issue of the titlebar border being seen to the left/right of the menubar.

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 Re: Re: Re: Really nice.

 by Evi1M4chine on: Sep 8 2010
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Thanks. :)

But I noticed, that I preferred there to be no border left and right. The borders on the bottom and top allow resizing the traditional way. Plus I use Compiz for resizing anyway, so I can use Win-Mouse3 anywhere on the window, and resize it how I want. I recommend this, as it’s much faster and more comfortable than finding a tiny 1px line where the cursor turns into a resize cursor.
You can also use this control scheme for moving, closing, minimizing and maximizing, etc. Makes life so much nicer. Compiz really is quite useful, if you look past the bling. :)

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