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SuSE @ work kbfx-buttons

  

Kbfx Theme

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SuSE @ work kbfx-buttons
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Downloads:  2164
Submitted:  Jul 22 2006

Description:

These are some buttons for your suse-desktop. ;-)

I've created these buttons with the height of 48 and 54. The colors are blue, black, red and green. The text is "Menue", "Menu" and "Start". The results are at least 48 buttons.

As the compleation i added the panel-background for all the colors and resolutions.

For the one who wants to create their own kbfx-buttons with the base of this buttons, i added the gimp-layer-files. You can easyly change the text or the icon and use your own one (see screenshot 2). As you see, i added all the text, background and icons to one gimp-file and hide some layer, if needed. You can choose from one of the four backgrounds, one of the three texts and one of the two icons (normal and hover).

The icon i got from the very-very-very nice YaST-Kmenu iconset you can find at http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=34324.




Changelog:

22.07.2006 Release




LicenseGPL
(buttons, panel-backgrounds, gimp-layer-files)
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 good

 
 by subzero17 on: Jul 22 2006
 
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good work again. can you make some for kubuntu?


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 Re: good

 
 by Chrischaan on: Jul 22 2006
 
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Thank you!
You can add your own icons on top of the gimp-layer-stack and create the buttons as described if you want.


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 Re: Re: good

 
 by Chrischaan on: Jul 22 2006
 
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I added some KUBUNTU-buttons at http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=43028


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 Good work

 
 by microchip on: Aug 15 2006
 
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How to install the "Start" pic?


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 Re: Good work

 
 by Chrischaan on: Aug 16 2006
 
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To "install" the "Start"-button, you may do the following:

- install kbfx (see kde-look)
- copy the button you wish to use to a place in your home-directory
- start kde control center
- go to the kbfx-configurator
- drag and drop the button(s) to the inputlines "normal", "hover" and "pressed"
- click on "APPLY", then on "SAVE" and finaly on "RELOAD"


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