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Radial (thin borders) Aurorae

   0.81  

Window Decoration Aurorae

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Radial (thin borders) Aurorae
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Downloads:  1103
Submitted:  Nov 21 2009

Description:

Aurorae port of aceph\'s emerald theme http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/radial?content=71352




Changelog:

0.81 fixed restore button
0.8 Initial Release




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 No transparency

 
 by PARENA on: Nov 23 2009
 
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I like this, been waiting for a good port of this. Is it possible to make one without the transparency? You can set it with KDE composite anyway, so there's no need to have the SVG's itself to have it.

Yes, I'd like to have it less or not transparent at all, but I haven't figured out how to do that in Inkscape. :)


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 Re: No transparency

 
 by Scnd101 on: Nov 23 2009
 
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The reason I set the transperacy in the svg is that I can control each element individually. The kwin setting just makes the entire deco more or less transparent, including icons/text/shadow. However, I added an opaque version


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 Re: Re: No transparency

 
 by PARENA on: Nov 23 2009
 
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Awesome, thanks for that!

I did have to fix a bug myself, though. The decoration SVG has wrong measurements. So, I applied just the opacity differences to you original thin border Radial and then it works like a charm. Gotta love SVG and kompare :)

There is a small bug. Well, at least for the opaque one, perhaps it's intentional for the original. Anyway, the inside of the decoration still has a little 1 pixel of transparency. I fixed that, as well, by changing the opacity to 1. It looks really great now for me with just a tiny bit of transparency.

A last bug is when you shade a window. There are some artefacts, but I think that's an Aurorae bug.

Anyway, thanks again for this great port!


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 loss of glassy effect

 
 by algarues on: Jan 8 2010
 
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When the window is maximized the gradient is lost and the window border becomes uniformly black loosing the glassy appearance, which would be cool if it stayed


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 nice work, but how to port?

 
 by Poseidon88 on: May 30 2010
 
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Hello,

that's a really nice work. But how may I port emerald themes successfull to aurorae?

Could you give some information about this? Or is there a tool to convert emerald to aurorae?

best regards

Moi


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 Re: nice work, but how to port?

 
 by Scnd101 on: Jun 2 2010
 
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You'll have to do it manually, you could use pixmaps from the emerald theme though (imported into svg)


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 Tor right screen edge

 
 by emteeyou on: Jul 23 2010
 
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The rightmost button (which is usually the ’Close Window’ button) of a maximized window can't be clicked when the mouse is at the very top right corner of the screen.

It would be very useful if the rightmost button could extend that far, because it is intuitive and quick to just hit the very top right edge of the screen and click to close a maximized window.


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 Great style but...

 
 by xorock on: May 11 2011
 
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When You group Two or more windows (right click on title-> add to group) window's title is just beside divider line. I think this style looks better with 3px borders. 7px is just too large especially when You have windows arranged side by side.


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 still working?

 
 by russh on: Nov 21 2011
 
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I just revved to opensuse 12.1 - can't see exactly what's changed - was on KDE 4.7.3 beforehand, but suddenly Radial thin borders is losing the left hand side of the window. 'Normal' Radial still works. Any clues?!?


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