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fade all but top window: possible?

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.0

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fade all but top window: possible?
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Downloads:  1875
Submitted:  Jan 12 2003
Updated:  Jan 15 2003

Description:

Fade all windows except the frontmost window and the kicker.

Who has ideas how this look can be achieved or who can actually code it?

This is not an actual style (yet) but an idea how to make KDE easier for people who have difficulties finding the active window (especially when lots of pop-ups and dialogues are open). Who can help to do this?



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 Uh huh

 
 by jonemi on: Jan 15 2003
 
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Already implemented in Logout screen as the previous poster pointed out. I think that's the only place it's really applicable, I don't think that the k app launching utility needs it.


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 for ALL windows

 
 by probono on: Jan 15 2003
 
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I would like to have that effect for ALL windows, not just at the logout or launcher dialog.


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 Use the Source, Luke

 
 by Rodion on: Jan 16 2003
 
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I think what the previous posters have been saying is that a.) since the logout applet is capable of doing what you ask and b.) the source code is open and free for you to learn how it is done, c.) hack away to your heart's content, because the example code is all right there.


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 The big problem

 
 by Yaba on: Jan 16 2003
 
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is not to make the other windows fade, but also to continue updating the content of other windows. The whole effect is worth nothing, if it stops updating the rest of the desktop.

The "logout"-fading e.g. stops updating the desktop. Simple start a build in a Terminal and select logout. You will see that the output in the terminal is stopped as long as the logout window is active and the background is faded.

That is the same problem as with the transparent menus.


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 shadow

 
 by dotpl on: Jan 20 2003
 
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I think a better solution is to have a drop shadow for the topmost window ala OS X style.

I use Aqua, and sometimes the windows get lost within each other, having the focused window drop a small shadow behind it would be great.


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 Re: shadow

 
 by samsara on: May 19 2003
 
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I like your idea. It would be good if there was a button in the panel to switch the feature on/off quickly. Have you suggested this to gnome/kde developers?


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 of interest?

 
 by samsara on: May 19 2003
 
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http://www.kdelook.org/content/show.php?content=4578


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