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Oxywin

   0.12.2  

Plasma Theme

Score 82%
Oxywin
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Oxywin
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3727
Submitted:  Sep 14 2009
Updated:  Sep 11 2011

Description:

A simple plasma theme to go with the oxygen window style. It adjustes to system colors.

If you want to create your own theme that uses system colors, take a look at:
http://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/devtools/svgmod




Changelog:

0.12.2:
- fixed line-graphic (e.g. used to seperate notifications in systemtray)
- added kwallet system tray icon
- added hover and selection graphics (e.g. used in folderview when hovering icons)
- added font texture (used in digital clock)

0.12.1:
- stacked notifications look better now
- added display and bluetooth system tray icon

0.12:
- uses more system colors when in plasma 4.6
- added some system tray icons

0.11.1:
- smaller textboxes (thanks to joth666 for pointing me to the bug)

0.11:
!! This version should only be used with Plasma Desktop 4.5 or greater !!
- clock respects color scheme
- lighter systemtray
- added graphic for notification icon (new in Plasma 4.5)
- added graphics to use with blured background (new in Plasma 4.5)
- seperated shadow for panels (new in Plasma 4.5)

0.10.1:
- changed corners of toolbox (looks much better now)

0.10:
- added graphic for the toolbox (the plasma icon)
- added graphic for arrows
- added graphic for glow (for hidden panels)
- less gradient on translucent backgrounds
- sunken frames look a bit darker now

0.9:
- added graphic for lineedits (new in plasma 4.4)
- changed system tray arrow to look good in plasma 4.4 (I hope it is ok in 4.3, can't test)

0.8:
- improved pager
- improved tasks
- added version with opaque panel and dialogs
- added versions for use with dark color schemes

0.7:
- improved busy-graphic
- stronger metallic effect in clock
- added line-graphic
- little tweaks here and there
- added version without background pattern

0.6:
- added extender-title graphic
- added busy graphic

0.5:
- added button graphic
- added slider graphic
- when used with dark color-schemes, systray looks better now

0.4:
- added scrollbar graphic

0.3:
- added frame graphic
- improved contrast
- slightly darker pager for better visibility

0.2.1:
- improved calender
- fixed wrong named file

0.2:
- added analog clock

0.1:
- first version




LicenseGPL
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(without background pattern)
(for dark color schemes)
(without background pattern, dark schemes)
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 Calendar problem

 
 by joth666 on: Aug 28 2010
 
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Great looking theme but I've run into one problem...

I'm using the default version for Plasma 4.5.0 (and KDE 4.5.0...). Now, I'm a heavy user of Kontact and uses the calender quite extensively.

I keep the digital clock in a top-panel. When I click on it, a calendar panel slides down. In the default theme (AIR, but slightly modified by Suse) dates with events are shown in bold in that calendar. With your theme there is no indication of which dates are linked to an event. I can see the events themselves if I let the mouse pointer hover above the date in question though.

Could you please fix that?


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 Re: Calendar problem

 
 by Kame2 on: Aug 28 2010
 
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The problem was caused by the textbox in the buttom. It was too big so the calender table above was scaled down. This is fixed now. Thanks for pointing me to this.


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 System tray icons

 
 by KevinKofler on: Nov 13 2010
 
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Sorry for the shameless plug, but I think people using this will probably also be interested in the Oxygen-themed system tray icons for Plasma >= 4.5 (entirely based on Oxygen icons) which I uploaded:
http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=134914

If you theme your Plasma to look more like regular Oxygen-themed apps and to honor system colors, the monochrome icons must stick out like a sore thumb!

@Kame2: I see you have partially done system tray icons (a variation on the monochrome theme) which aren't used yet. Would you be interested in using these instead? They're under the same license as the Oxygen icon theme itself (LGPLv3+).


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 Re: System tray icons

 
 by Kame2 on: Nov 13 2010
 
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As you saw, I am working on my own monochrome icons and so am not interessted in colored versions. And the user is free to use your icons instead, so I see no point in including them in Oxywin.

But if you see a usecase for Oxywin with your icons included, feel free to modify my theme and put your variant her on kde-look.org.


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 lancelot

 
 by ozky on: Feb 25 2012
 
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Can you add lancelot menu theme to this theme what is adjusted to use system colors.? You can use plasma theme aya to look how it is done.


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 Link broken

 
 by lionhater on: Oct 30 2013
 
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Broken link.


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 Re: Link broken

 
 by Kame2 on: Oct 30 2013
 
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Fixed


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 Re: Re: Link broken

 
 by lionhater on: Oct 30 2013
 
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Thanks.


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