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Dark-Translucent

   1.2  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  26064
Submitted:  Aug 16 2010
Updated:  Nov 25 2010

Description:

Darkish translucent desktop setup based on Obsidian Coast colour scheme.

Integrated windows and borders if you use the matching Aurorae theme.

Requires the QtCurve window style later than 1.4 (or whenever transperancy was introduced)




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LicenseGPL
(QtCurve config)
(Aurorae window decoration)
(Plasma theme)
(Colour scheme)
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 Where is the package?

 
 by snowhog on: Nov 13 2010
 
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When I click on Download, a text file is opened - a settings file. That's it.


It takes less time to take the time to do it right the first time, than it does to fix it the second time.
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 Re: Where is the package?

 
 by dee2er on: Nov 13 2010
 
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The text file was the package. I did not realise it automatically opened text files and have re-uploaded in .tar.gz format. Should fix it. Just seemed silly for a 3k file or I would have done it to begin with.


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 Re: Re: Where is the package?

 
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Thank you. I've installed both, the Dark-Transluscent Plasma Desktop Theme and Windows Decorator. Where is this single file supposed to go??

Kubuntu Maverick 10.10 running KDE 4.5.3.


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 Re: Re: Re: Where is the package?

 
 by dee2er on: Nov 13 2010
 
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You import the file in QtCurve configuration dialog, which can be found under system-settings/application appearance.

Hope you enjoy the theme.


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 Title bar and more

 
 by pierpier on: Dec 5 2010
 
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Hi,

I am a very happy customer of your theme, but i still encountering some problems. I am sure it comes from my side but could'nt figure out how to fix it, so i am now asking for your help!

I joined a screenshots of what i am facing, pictures still says more than any words (i hope!).


Again thank you for your valuable work.


Pier.



PICTURES:

http://yfrog.com/cbsnapshot1hp
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http://yfrog.com/b7snapshot2lp


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 Re: Title bar and more

 
 by dee2er on: Dec 6 2010
 
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Hey, thanks for the feedback, from the look of the screen capture you have the Aurorae theme in a folder that is named differently than the theme expects. Check ~/.kde4/share/apps/aurorae/themes/

Correct syntax for the window decoration folder is "darktranslucent" (one word, lowercase, no hyphen).

Please let me know if this helps. Also did you install it through the GUI tools or did you do it manually? Shame if this happened to you automatically.


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 Re: Re: Title bar and more

 
 by pierpier on: Dec 11 2010
 
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Hi,

Thanks for the tips! i stupidly changed the directory tu name it after what you proposed, i didn't even checked if the anomaly was still there before the change!

I did not restart my X server but everything is very fine now, thanx again for your work.


pier


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 Very sexy, however.....

 
 by themage on: Jun 16 2011
 
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Everything is installed / imported etc.

So my problem isn't theme related at all.

Desktop effects are enabled as is Translucency, yet some 'process' keeps disabling desktop effects.

When attempting to re-enable desktop effects I get this message through via 'notification'.

"Desktop effects have been suspended by another application. You can resume using the 'Alt+Shift+F12' shortcut.

This happens each time I attempt to re-enable desktop effects.

Anyone have any suggestions as to what the problem may be?

My system is relatively new, (3 months old) so it's not that the hardware is dodgy or underpowered.

Cheers.


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