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Dark Blue for Liquid

  

KDE Color Scheme KDE3

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Dark Blue for Liquid
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Dark Blue for Liquid
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  7278
Submitted:  Aug 17 2002
Updated:  Aug 19 2002

Description:

This is a dark blue color scheme for the liquid theme. Unlike many color schemes, this one works well with all of your GNOME based apps as well.

HOW TO INSTALL

Right click on download button
Choose 'save link as'
Rename file to "DarkBlueLiquid.kcsrc"
Place new file in ~/.kde/share/apps/kdisplay/color-schemes
Open the KDE-Menu and start the Control Center
Click on "Look and Feel" and "Colors"
Choose your new color scheme and press "Apply"
Have fun! :-)




Changelog:

I wanted to correct a spelling error that I made.

Thanks :-)




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 Finally

 
 by Xanadu on: Aug 17 2002
 
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I've been using Atlas Green since the 1.x days. I've always liked that green-ish look, but still wanted a Blue-ish look. This is still a bit dark for my tases, but I'm gonna use it. It's not BLINDING like the OSX themes...


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 ICONS

 
 by WinterWolf on: Aug 19 2002
 
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Where did you get thsoe wonderful icons?

BTW: You don't need an icon for Xkill, just press CTRL+ALT+[ESC] andd it will pop up. :)


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 Neon Icon Set

 
 by SeanParsons on: Aug 19 2002
 
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The Icons are something that I have been working on. They are available at:

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=2537

I'll be making another update to my icon set in a couple of days.

Thanks for the tip about XKill, but then I have to choose what to kill fom a lengthy menu (atleast with Redhat). Whereas, with an XKill icon I can click on it and then kill whatever window I want by just clicking on that window.


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 Re: Neon Icon Set

 
 by hobbified on: Dec 14 2004
 
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Yeah, you've got something odd going on. "Normal" behavior for C-A-Esc, as provided by kwin, is that you get a kill cursor, and you kill whatever you click with it.


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 Nice theme!

 
 by srmeena on: Feb 24 2005
 
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What is ur window style?...n whr can i find it?


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