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themeinneedofaname

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KDE Color Scheme KDE4

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Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  1430
Submitted:  Aug 7 2008
Updated:  Apr 21 2009

Description:

Well, I realized I wasn't happy with any of the color schemes I had, so I made my own. I thought I would share. Ideas for improving it are welcome and may even be considered :)




Changelog:

Changed a few colors around (I'm sure you didn't see that coming)

In particular
-link colors
-tooltip colors
-probably a couple other things that I can't remember



License:
The "Do whatever you want with it without limitations" license

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 por que la calificacion?

 
 by Queni on: Nov 28 2008
 
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a mi me parece un buen tema.


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 unread links

 
 by mdb on: Feb 26 2009
 
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The blue used for unread links is really hard to read. For instance undread rss feeds in akregator.


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 Re: unread links

 
 by dwidmann on: Apr 21 2009
 
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I've taken a look and it seems Akregator forces the blue for the links, you can change it by going to configure -> appearance (I know, not optimal, but what can we do eh?)

As per the unreadable Akregator unread on the system tray icon, that I *can* and have fixed, I think.

I also decided to fix up the Tooltip dialogs ...

Thanks for the feedback, and sorry for not replying sooner (email notification from kde-look.org would have been nice ... oh well.)


"I refuse to be part of a society that encourages the rampant abuse of its own language."
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 Best Color Scheme ever

 
 by Gammablitz on: Jun 20 2009
 
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This one is the best color scheme I have ever seen. Great job!

One little thing that bothers me (but not so much): The space information that you can activate in Dolphin is sth. like light blue numbers on a light blue bar ...


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 Re: Best Color Scheme ever

 
 by dwidmann on: Jul 22 2009
 
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Yes, I've known about this bit all along, but it's a bit of a troublesome problem to attack. The three colors that affect it are "Window Background", "Selection Background", and "Window Text". I have a similar problem with Amarok 2 also, as it, for the currently playing track, highlights in a similar manner with "Selection Background", and doesn't change the text color to something sane (ie: "Selection Text").


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 Re: Best Color Scheme ever

 
 by dwidmann on: Jul 24 2009
 
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Oh, and by the way, I'm glad you like it :)


"I refuse to be part of a society that encourages the rampant abuse of its own language."
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 Well done

 
 by yngwin on: Aug 5 2009
 
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I'm not such a fan of that shade of blue. But it is a harmonious composition and easy on the eyes.


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