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KDE 4.x Splash Screen

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Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  380
Submitted:  Nov 23 2013


Customizable Splash theme for Ivoje-22N2013-KDM-Theme. You can set the logo of your distro and your own backgrounds. See readme file for how to. Are included the logos for ubuntu, debian, fedora and archlinux in greyscale and color. Also are included the original gimp file.

Download KDM Theme here: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Ivoje-22N2013-KDM-Theme?content=162016

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 not as promised ;)

 by janet on: Nov 30 2013
Score 50%

Looks great! And thanks for including the XCF so that everyone can make their own version. But there is no README in the package and the logos in the xcf-file are not included in greyscale and color als promised, only greyscale.

The logos for Ubuntu, Fedora and Arch are in light colors - the very dark Debian logo nearly is not visible, maybe the default layer mode for the debian logo should be "divide".

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 vertical bars

 by janet on: Nov 30 2013
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And the vertical bars are not where they are supposed to be on my 1920x1200 screen, they are above the grey horizontal stripe and half in the picture...

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 Re: vertical bars

 by ivoje on: Nov 30 2013
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Thanks for your comment Janet. You're right, I forgot to include the readme file. Sorry. I'll do an update for add this.
You need deploy the layer groups of logos. Inside, you can find the color versions.
Unfortunately my monitor supports a maximum resolution of 1440x900. I will not be able to revise your position problem to adjust. But you can try adjusting the files named "Ivoje-22N2013-KDM-Splash-preload1.png, ...preload2.png, ...preload3.png, and so on, within the directory 1440x900, to your resolution . Maybe you not achieve the best result.
You can try to scale the image from the original xcf file, and re-export these layers. Surely you will get better results by creating your own file set to your resolution. You see it's not complicated.
Also need to create a directory named according to your resolution and copy the files there. And edit the description.txt file, that is where the preload of images are specified.
Another option is do Autocrop layer, of "preload" named layers, export and edit the positions in description.txt file. I let the size layers of the size image so they could make auto scaled, but clearly with a higher resolution like yours that is a problem.
Sorry for my poor english, not is my native language.

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