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NanoTeK - KBFX

   0.2b  

Kbfx Theme

Score 52%
NanoTeK - KBFX
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NanoTeK - KBFX
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  1342
Submitted:  Oct 13 2007
Updated:  Nov 6 2007

Description:

NanoTeK - KBFX is a part of the NanoTeK Suite


This suite should contain once finished :

-A theme-manager theme
-A domino config
-A dekorator theme
-Several wallpapers
-A KBFX theme
-A Moodin theme
-A KDM theme

NanoTeK - 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 NanoTeK.tar.gz

3 In Order to make the theme look like in the screenshot you have to replace some of the icon by a transparent png file. You can do this using the Menu Editor "kmenuedit"

4. Just apply then and enjoy ;)

5. Set the taskbar background to Taskbar/Kicker.png in Kcontrol > Desktop > Pannels > Appearance tab > check "Use background image" and set it to the Kicker.png

6. Tell me if you see anything strange or bugs

Feel free to change the fonts as you prefer them. I'm running linux on 1024 x 768 resolution, so it may be hard to read on higher resolution, so just open the KBFX configurator application, and then change the fonts ;)




Changelog:

13/10/2007 : First Release

06/11/2007 : Rewrote the theme from scratch, this is a completly new one ;)




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 fonts too small

 
 by mattepiu on: Oct 14 2007
 
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Don't misunderstand me, I like a lot the idea of an hi-tec theme
that's actually missing in kde, but those fonts are really too little,
unreadable even at 1280x1024 (I doubt that this may be useable at all
at 1600x1200 or above resolutions)


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 Re: fonts too small

 
 by thibaut28 on: Oct 14 2007
 
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You're sure right and I really appreciate comments. The point is that I'm using a 1024x768 screen resolution, so I didn't though it would be so unreadable on higher screen resolution. You can change the police by going into the KBFX configurator application and to the fonts tab. There change to a font like "dingbat" or "freesans" they're really smooth, and you can put the size of the font to 9 or 10 I think. It's actually helvetica 8, well that's what it should be, with the theme manager applied. Hope it's gonna help you :)


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