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Smaragd (Emerald for KDE)

   0.0.7  

Window Decoration native KDE 4

Score 88%
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  7071
Submitted:  May 23 2010
Updated:  Sep 26 2010

Description:

Smaragd is a window decoration engine for the KDE window manager KWin. It allows you to use Emerald theme files (from Compiz/Beryl) with KDE SC 4.

Please read on before writing bug reports!

Installation and Usage
* You have to compile from source, needs cairo, glib2 and kdebase-workspace development headers (see INSTALL file)
* Restart KWin when you had a previous version installed
* The *.emerald theme file has to be extracted to $HOME/.emerald/theme (make sure the file $HOME/.emerald/theme/theme.ini exists)
* You can also use the original Emerald theme manager to install and modify themes, but it is not needed for running
* There are well over 1500 themes available, browse them on http://openDesktop.org/index.php?xcontentmode=102x103

Known Bugs
* Shadow offsets are broken (use KWin shadows for now)
* No theme installation/configuration dialog

Ubuntu binary kindly provided by Sam Rog, thanks!

Smaragd is developed in KDE's git repository, see https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/artwork/smaragd




Changelog:

0.0.7 (svn version r1179589)
* Add support for themes without pixmap buttons
* Fix button glow centering

0.0.6 (svn version r1160092)
* Add button hover animation (KDE 4.4)
* Fix resizing from top border
* Fix corners in some themes (e.g. "Ordinary")

0.0.5 (svn version r1137929)
* Add option to use KWin title text colors
* Add support for customizable decoration shadows

0.0.4.svn1132360
* Fix crash with pixmap engine
* Fix crash when no theme is installed

0.0.4 (svn version r1132157)
* Fix corners with some themes
* Add support for button glow
* Improve maximized window layout
* Enable vrunner title text glow

0.0.3 (svn version r1131112)
* Detect corners for KWin shadows

0.0.2 (svn version r1129697)
* Initial release

0.0.1
* Proof of concept




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 Add to Group

 
 by Archimedes on: Feb 2 2012
 
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It would be great if like Oxygen, right-click on the titlebar can opt to Move Window to Group.


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 Buttons slightly shifted to the right.

 
 by erngab on: Feb 5 2012
 
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Buttons in inactive window with a strange shadow - buttons are slightly shifted to the right.
Active windows is OK

http://img138.imageshack.us/img138/1156/selection001dm.png

Regards


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 Re: Buttons slightly shifted to the right.

 
 by erngab on: Feb 5 2012
 
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Everything is OK
I had some problem with the size of buttons.
Thanks nice work.


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 I really like this....

 
 by Ubuntu88 on: Nov 12 2013
 
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...but gotta admit it is a little bit of a bother to use different emerald themes if you don't have the Emerald theme manager installed. But it isn't that much trouble to rename theme folders from theme to theme-a then theme-b to theme. ;)

Thanks! I kinda like this better than kwin-style-Dekorator!


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