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Revelation - Kbfx

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Kbfx Theme

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Revelation - Kbfx
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Downloads:  5604
Submitted:  Jun 27 2007

Description:

Description :

Third 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 - Kbfx Installation

I. Requirement

This theme requires the silk version of KBFX you can find here http://www.kbfx.org/

II. Installation

1. Open the KBFX Configurator Application

2. "Themes" -> Push "Install Theme" and select Revelation.kbfxtheme.

3. Just apply then and enjoy ;)

4. Set the taskbar background to Taskbar/RevelationKicker.png in Kcontrol > Desktop > Last section (must be something like dashboard) > Appearance tab > check "Use background image" and set it to the RevelationKicker.png

5. Tell me if you see anything strange or bugs




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 Nice

 
 by GioFX on: Jun 28 2007
 
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works fine thx!


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 Size

 
 by juwaidah1990 on: Jun 28 2007
 
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It's greate, I just had to change the size of the button pictures so that they fit on my 38 pix panel :)


Laith Juwaidah
juwaidah1990@gmail.com
http://juwaidah.vc4arab.com

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 kbfx buttons

 
 by nap on: Jun 29 2007
 
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Cool, but it seems like archive does not contain buttons. Will you post kbfx buttons for your theme?


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 Re: kbfx buttons

 
 by thibaut28 on: Jun 29 2007
 
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Well well, the buttons are contained in the .kbfxtheme file. The kbfxconfigurator then open it and copy all the content of this kind of archive somewhere like /home/username/.kde/share/apps/kbfx/themes/Revelation
so if they don't appear by default in the theme you could still find them there, but I'm sure I packed the buttons in the .kbfxtheme ;)


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 Re: Re: kbfx buttons

 
 by nap on: Jul 2 2007
 
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Thanks, they were there, everything's fine now.


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 Re: kbfx buttons

 
 by juwaidah1990 on: Jun 30 2007
 
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They're there, I got them by default... look in your configurations... in worst cases, you can set the paths manually from the configurations :)


Laith Juwaidah
juwaidah1990@gmail.com
http://juwaidah.vc4arab.com

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 missing mask.png

 
 by MonsterMagnet on: Jul 15 2007
 
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Thanks, for that great skin.

Your skin is missing the mask.png, that's why the default mask.png is used and that's why there is a painting error at the very top of your skin.


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 kbfx is down

 
 by vladimiroski on: Sep 10 2007
 
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In Kubuntu you can install however by using:

sudo apt-get install kbfx

I Installed all Revelation pack, which took me all day but finally I got it!

Thanks!


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