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Landscape paintings by B. Kaemper

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.0

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Landscape paintings by B. Kaemper
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Landscape paintings by B. Kaemper
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Landscape paintings by B. Kaemper
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  6647
Submitted:  May 29 2002
Updated:  Jan 15 2004

Description:

A desktop theme created with artworks of the painter Barbara Kaemper. The content file contains:
- a desktop theme
- a IceWM windows decoration
- color schema for the konsole
- a splash screen
- a kfm background image
- a icon set (750 icons, each icon in 3 sizes, not complete, but growing)
- OpenOffice.org-1.1 toolbar icons (mostly
generated by the script written by Rohit Kaul, thanks for it!)

Install: Download and unpack the content file, have a look to bk.README and run "install.sh" to copy the file to your ~/.kde directory. Change the design, the icons set, the window decoration, the color settings of the konsole and the KFM bg image.




Changelog:

04/19/04 Added 60 icons to the icon set and update the OpenOffice.org toolbar.

01/15/04 Added OpenOffice.org aplication icons, a few icons for kcontrol and a few more application icons.

10/13/03 Added the OpenOffice.org-1.1 toolbar icons and a few icons to the icon theme.

8/19/03 redesign of the theme file and add a icon set. May be, need only the icon set, have a look at my home page. You will find a seperate archiv for every componente.

17/8/03 Set only the correct homepage link and license, no content changes.

Add a splash screen.

Add a kfm background image and higher quality
images for the desktops.




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 by diffuze on: Jun 30 2003
 
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This kind of style is not my personal preference, but this is very nice. Very nicely put together! Keep it up.


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 great

 
 by Fingel on: Aug 20 2003
 
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havent seen anything non aqua/crystal for a while, keep it up.


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 How did you do that?

 
 by M15A4 on: Jan 25 2004
 
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How did you make the Icons in the task bar "stack" (2 colums of icons stacked rather than 1 big icon)?


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 Re: How did you do that?

 
 by kness on: Jan 29 2004
 
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I use the applet called "Schnellstarter" (german, english something like "fast starter" ??? I do not know exactly).

You may get the applet by right-click on the control bar and add the applet. You may add or remove programs from the K-menu to the applet. The program icons you are shown with 16x16 pixel stacked.

Hope it will help you.


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 hmm..

 
 by roachofdiscord on: Jul 30 2005
 
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I actually really like this. Could you possibly make a darkish red version of this (instead of the pink-like color). I think that would be cool. Really though, this is nice.


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