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Intuitive K Control Center & Glass Style

  

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Intuitive K Control Center & Glass Style
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Intuitive K Control Center & Glass Style
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Intuitive K Control Center & Glass Style
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Downloads:  589
Submitted:  Nov 11 2006
Updated:  Nov 11 2006

Description:

This is my suggestion on a new, simpler KDE Control Center and a fully glass theme. This was made by me under the commands of a newbie friend in linux who wanted a simpler control center. I'm waiting your suggestions!

*Update*
I've added 1 new screenshot with the advanced settings




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 Simple V Simplistic

 
 by zarquad on: Nov 26 2006
 
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It is simple, without sacrificing functionality. It is not simplistic, but simple. Fine line.

I love it.


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 Beautiful

 
 by lordSauron on: Dec 3 2006
 
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Puts to shame Windows Vista's control centre, and succeeds in beating Mac OS X's CC as well.

Looks very aesthetically pleasing, too. Can't wait until I can use it.


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 I think...

 
 by fingerprint on: Jan 7 2007
 
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You're on to something here. I certainly like the idea behind the different section and how they've been split up.

So long as this works with any windows manager theme (not just the Vista style), it'll be a step closer to make Linux user friendly.


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 left handed

 
 by sefur on: Mar 8 2007
 
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And why menu is on the right side? People left handed prefer left side :> ... In the configuration options should be an option

Menu from

left/righ side


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 Re: left handed

 
 by menace1982 on: Apr 30 2007
 
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I agree... There must be a global configuration option in Mouse Setting, or when you start KDE for the first time.


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 by MaSTeRMaMay on: Jun 2 2007
 
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And there must be an option to switch to classic view (yeah, somekind windowz-like) , but classic CP are more usable for many users (they are working faster)...
And... all tasks must be in understandable places, not vista-like ;)


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 Re:

 
 by menace1982 on: Jul 12 2007
 
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Do you mean the classic KDE control panel?


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 by Refused on: Apr 22 2009
 
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nice


I'd rather be dead, than alive by your oppression
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