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Orchid style for Kopete 0.12.x

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Kopete Style 0.12+

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Orchid style for Kopete 0.12.x
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Orchid style for Kopete 0.12.x
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Downloads:  68
Submitted:  Jun 15 2012

Description:

A simple 2-color theme for Kopete. Hope you enjoy it.




Changelog:

0.2 - Added a variant where incoming/outgoing messages are displayed in their respective colour. This requires "Do not show user specified foreground color" to be checked in the Colours & Fonts settings.




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 good job

 
 by dotNet on: Dec 3 2012
 
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i've been using this for months, pretty perfect. the only thing i was wondering is how i might change the color of the actual incoming and outgoing messages?


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 Re: good job

 
 by rbarillec on: Dec 3 2012
 
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Thanks! :)

To change the colors, you would have to edit the main.css file (in Contents/Resources). The .incoming and .outgoing classes define the hex colors for the text. You can replace these with your favourite colors (you can use a color picker like http://www.colorpicker.com/ to find the hex values for the colors).

Hope this helps,

Cheers.


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 Re: good job

 
 by rbarillec on: Dec 3 2012
 
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OK, I added a variant where the message text is displayed in colour. Let me know if this is what you wanted.

Cheers.


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 Re: Re: good job

 
 by dotNet on: Dec 3 2012
 
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thanks so much for taking the time to add the variant.
the thing is, and i explored the code before i asked, i can set the color of the text of the message *i* am sending in .message (color...)
that works
color specified in .incoming and .outgoing relates to the color of nicknames, not the text of the message itself
but i can’t figure out how to change the color of the text of the incoming message (that’s also not solved with the variant).
it’s always very dark, #000 i’d say. that’s not the default colorscheme for fonts on my system either, i don’t know where that’s drawn from. with the rest of the theme so subtle in colors i wanted to change that..
also, do you think it would be possible to use this theme with telepathy?


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 Re: Re: Re: good job

 
 by rbarillec on: Dec 3 2012
 
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Hi, I think the color of incoming messages is set by the sender (i.e. the person you're talking to). You can tell Kopete to ignore this (and use the theme's color) in the Color & Font settings (see the change log for details). Not sure about Telepathy - I have not used it but could have a look when I get some time.


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 ...

 
 by dotNet on: Dec 3 2012
 
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... well serves me right for responding to the comment before reading the changelog up there :)
the colors and fonts settings in kopete options fixed my problem, thanks for the tip!
the question about telepathy still stands though.


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