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Revelation - Domino

   0.2  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

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Revelation - Domino
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  19497
Submitted:  Jun 27 2007
Updated:  Jun 28 2007

Description:

Description :

Second part of the Revelation suite which will contain :

- a color scheme
- a dekorator theme
- a wallpaper
- a kbfx theme with buttons
- a kdm theme
- a moodin theme
- a domino theme

Revelation - Domino Installation

I. Requirement

This theme requires the domino style engine you can find here http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Domino?content=42804
There are several packages for distributions on kde-look.org for the i386 architecture rpms and deb.

II. Installation

1. Open kcontrol.

2. Appearance & themes > Style and select "domino".

3. Press "Configure" and then switch to the "Load/Save" tab.

4. Then click the "import" button and browse to domino_revelation_0.2rc. Then push "load" and "ok"

5. Just apply then and enjoy ;)

6. Tell me if you see anything strange or bugs




Changelog:

27/07/07 Initial Launch

28/07/07 New upload due to flat controls problem thanx to juwaidah1990

21/09/07 Renamed to Revelation, thanxs for the notice. I'll certainly improve all this theme one day, when I'll got some time...




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 Excellent Theme!

 
 by susetico on: Mar 25 2008
 
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This theme is the most beautiful, thank you very much!


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 YEAH!

 
 by quantumstate on: Jun 5 2008
 
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I am completely digging the Revelation Suite. It is just what I was looking for, and I have all the components and settings as recommended.

I think that the frames, panel, etc should not distract from the work at hand, and so this understated elegant look is just the thing. Pretty radical... black for black is blacker-than-black, tho the shiny buttons really look great!

Of course I had to adjust KonqiFM's background color, and that of OpenOffice. A bit hard to see items checkmarked, and I expect I'll have to adjust the background of KonqiBrowser, but text and controls are very clear and otherwise this looks like just the thing.

Major Props to thibaut28, and thanks!


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 Re: YEAH!

 
 by quantumstate on: Jun 5 2008
 
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OK, I find there are adjustments for just about everything, in Domino|Configure. Checkmarks & radios are now brighter, scrollbar groove is visible, and konqifm background is light. What a beautiful style!

Gee, if I have to rebuild how will I get this all back?

Only thing left is that the active tab in Konqi does not stand out. The active tab is perfect in kcontrol, but in Konq it looks just the same as the others.

Any way to address this?


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 Re: YEAH!

 
 by quantumstate on: Jun 5 2008
 
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OK, I find there are adjustments for just about everything, in Domino|Configure. Checkmarks & radios are now brighter, scrollbar groove is visible, and konqifm background is light. What a beautiful style!

Gee, if I have to rebuild how will I get this all back?

Only thing left is that the active tab in Konqi does not stand out. The active tab is perfect in kcontrol, but in Konq it looks just the same as the others.

Any way to address this?


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 Ok for a start

 
 by Level2Tech on: Jun 6 2008
 
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This theme is ok for a start, but it has potential. Somewhat buggy...this theme doesnt change any of the fonts or font colors...very hard to see what your doing while trying to configure everything. Might as well just install Domino and create your own theme because thats basically what youll have to do with this.

To the creator: Keep plugging away at it and dont give up. Youll get it.


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 Re: Ok for a start

 
 by thibaut28 on: Jun 8 2008
 
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Don't worry Dude, I got it ! http://thibaut28.deviantart.com/art/NanoTeK-v3-Showdown-88040784


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 One more thing

 
 by Level2Tech on: Jun 6 2008
 
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This theme will lock up the control center like a mofo...so be patient...its worth it.


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 Re: One more thing

 
 by quantumstate on: Jun 6 2008
 
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You've done something wrong then, "Level2Tech". It is completely stable on Hardy, AND it's changed all the font colors and other aspects to make a complete and excellent style.

But the catch is, you've got to have a stable distro to begin with, and you've got to follow thibaut28's instructions, installing the four facets.

Only a few adjustments were needed as I've detailed above. Only issue for me is that web pages that do not specify background color are all black. I can't find a way to fix this.


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 Re: Re: One more thing

 
 by quantumstate on: Jun 8 2008
 
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Got the web page thing fixed now too. Just two adjustments in kcontrol|Appearance|Color: Standard Background #333333, and Window Background #111111.

What a beautiful Style!


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 Re: Re: One more thing

 
 by thibaut28 on: Jun 8 2008
 
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Thank you really much for your support ;) You may want to check my other creations and ideas over there http://www.thibaut28.deviantart.com


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