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Kubista: Kubuntu Perfected

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Kubista: Kubuntu Perfected
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Downloads:  3210
Submitted:  Oct 24 2007
Updated:  Nov 13 2007

Description:

files will be uploaded later.
A full revamp of KDE for Kubuntu.
All graphics will be re-done from scratch, including icons, menu, background, splash, ect... In the screen shot, everything that is not blured is my own work, done from scratch. The blurred parts are the elements that have not yet been themed.




Changelog:

Alpha files uploaded!

-Decided on crystal for default non-3D window border (I know not everyone has 3D-accel)

-Added more wallpapers (for variation)

-Polyester Style (using the menu effects, will upload ktheme soon)

- NEEDED: contributing artsists willing to commit to working on the KDM/Splash screens and assisting me with the icon theme.

-Dekorator preview 1 is finished. All coments and suggestions are welcome.




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 Awwsomee!!

 
 by sirope on: Nov 12 2007
 
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Hi!

Awwsommee!! First Nouve and now Kubista!
Just one little thing... I use KDE on Gentoo and sometimes FreeBSD, so could you make a KBFX button and wallaper with the KDE generic logo?? I mean.. For those who does not use Kubuntu...

Thankss!!

Cheers
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 NOTICE

 
 by falco101 on: Nov 28 2007
 
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I just recently lost a large portion of my work for this theme when my usb drive was stolen. I will not be continuing this theme until KDE 4.0 becomes stable, I will then continue theming it for KDE4. If someone would like to take over the project and make a KDE 3.x theme, more power to ya.


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 Nice name

 
 by kubista on: Nov 28 2007
 
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Just noticed you use my nick for your theme (which is basically a mix of Kubuntu and Vista). Glad someone else thought of it too! Please don't use it lightly.


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 Drab

 
 by Zeroangel on: Jan 14 2008
 
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Something about Kubuntu's default design and color set has always struck me as drab. I dont know if it was due to the integration of unified dull-light-violet into a great deal of the pallette or what it is. This seems to continue the tradition somewhat, the only difference is that its shinier and sleeker. Integrating more greys and more darkness into Kubuntu's already depressing pallete doesnt seem to do much, the idea we should be aiming for is diversity in the color pallette not uniformity (perhaps yes, uniformity among similar elements, but not uniformity among different elements).

Look at the Windows XP palette for example -- while many of the people who visit KDE-Look.org hate Windows, it did do a few things right, and from the artistic viewpoint the variation, combined with consistency of its pallete helped to make it more appealing (e.g: by using brights and primaries -- green as the 'go' color, yellow (e.g. tabs) as the highlight color, blue for the scrollbar colors), giving it a friendly, accessible look.

Ubuntu even did many things right -- and while its pallete is consistent (shades of brown) it does vary somewhat by injecting color (bright orange) into important elements like icons and creating a high level of contrast and the occasional hue tweak -- (note the sharply outlined icons as well). Never does the color become the stale grey, medium-light grays are the color of interface elements that you would want to ignore (a good example of this is the color of the background in KDE-look.org)

Making things shinier does not make them friendlier necessarily, if you want to make something slick, try to make it friendly and appealing at the same time if possible.

Thx for reading!


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 Also

 
 by Zeroangel on: Jan 14 2008
 
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And also, there is a reason why Crystal SVG is the consistent default on many KDE distros. It is friendly and well constrasted. Not to say that shiny icons are bad, but they should be edged well.


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 Also again

 
 by Zeroangel on: Jan 14 2008
 
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The icons are nice, you can tell a lot of effort has been put into making them.


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 Re: Also again

 
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Thanks for the feedback, I guess that would be a good idea to add more color, at least more saturation. I will keep this in mind, I am considering going back and finishing Kubista, but I still need some assistance on the icon theme.


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