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deKorator

   0.5.1  

Window Decoration native KDE 4

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  36472
Submitted:  Aug 26 2008
Updated:  Mar 31 2010

Description:

deKorator is a themable window decorator for KDE SC 4.x.

You can find over 160 deKorator themes here: http://www.kde-look.org/index.php?xcontentmode=21. Additionally, many KDE 3.2+ theme packages include deKorator themes.

The Copyright holder is the original author (Moty Rahamim), I ported it to KDE4, as is allowed per GPL 2+ license. For his KDE3 version, see http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/deKorator?content=31447.

Please use the "Report Bug" help menu item to report bugs and wishes for future versions.

Notes:

* To install a theme, the file must be named "NAME-theme.tar.gz" and contain "deco", "buttons", and "masks" directories inside the "NAME-theme" directory. deKorator 0.5 no longer offers a "Paths" tab to set theme paths individually. If a theme does not install, please report this to the author of the theme..

* I do no longer provide binary packages, most distributions already ship deKorator. Ask them to update.

* To install from source, you need cmake, kdebase-workspace-dev, and libqimageblitz-dev (or similary named). Additionally, you must have the KDE 4 binaries in your path. Use

[color=#005000]export PATH=$PATH:/usr/lib/kde4/bin/
cd dekorator-0.5.1
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix`
make
sudo make install[/color]

* deKorator is developed in KDE's git repository, see https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/artwork/dekorator

* First screenshot:

- Window decoration: Azenis
- Widget style: Oxygen
- Color scheme: Obsidian coast
- Wallpaper: Air (KDE 4.2)

* Second screenshot:

- Window decoration: Aero-Glass
- Widget style: QtCurve
- Color scheme: modified to give the impression of transparence :)
- Wallpaper: Fields of Peace

* Third screenshot:

- Window decoration: Meno
- Window buttons: Clearlook
- Widget style: Plastique
- Panel theme: Atelier
- Wallpaper: Stonewall2 Pattern




Changelog:

See visual ChangeLog at http://kdepepo.wordpress.com/2010/04/01/improved-window-themes-with-dekorator-0-5/

0.5.1:
* added support for separate "inactive" images
* removed "hand" cursor over buttons
* fixed resize region with small borders
* fixed possible crash in "No Border" mode
* fixed images cropped instead of scaled
* fixed shaded windows with masks
* fixed "StickyDownPress" image used instead of "StickyPress"
* fixed partial transparency on button backgrounds
* improved detection of manually installed themes

0.5.0:
* added KNewStuff support
* added option to hide frame on maximized windows
* added previews in theme list
* simplified theme handling




LicenseGPL
Source(dekorator-0.5.1)
(deKorator themes)
SUSE(openSUSE 11.3 - 11.4 - 12.1 - SLE 11)
Mandriva(Mandriva 2009.1 - 2010 - 2010.1 - 2011)
Fedora(Fedora 14 - Fedora 15 - Fedora 16)
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 Broken?

 
 by itsjustarumour2 on: Sep 26 2012
 
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I can't get this to build on Fedora 17 (64) with KDE 4.9.1, and the link to git is dead. Is there a 0.5.1 Fedora package available anywhere? (Fedora has never held KDE4 packages for Dekorator, only the old KDE3 packages which were obsoleted by Fedora in 2008). Is Dekorator still an "active" project?


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 Re: Broken?

 
 by skulptor on: Sep 27 2012
 
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The git repository works fine, just tried a clean checkout. It also still builds, with today's KDE master (4.10) and newest gcc (4.7.2). Please pastebin error messages.


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 Re: Re: Broken?

 
 by itsjustarumour2 on: Sep 29 2012
 
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Hi Christoph,

Thanks for replying and checking this out. I'll go and have another try! :)


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 Buttons look strange on Kubuntu 13.04

 
 by haukew on: Jun 21 2013
 
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Hi!
I just downloaded Dekorator on Kubuntu 13.04 (with KDE 4.10.3) via apt-get, but i cannot make the buttons look right. Here are 3 examples (with the themes AnewStart, EyeOS and Oxygen) of how it looks:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4287016/DeKorator/Dekorator1.png
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4287016/DeKorator/Dekorator2.png
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4287016/DeKorator/Dekorator3.png

The strange thing about this is, that the weird buttons appears when i move a window or maximize it. So when the window is not maximized, it all looks normal - most of the time.

Can you help me with this? Thanks!


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 Re: Buttons look strange on Kubuntu 13.04

 
 by skulptor on: Jun 23 2013
 
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Try enabling KWin compositing.


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 Buttons are transparent

 
 by jacsib on: Feb 18 2014
 
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I am using the MWM/CDE/Motif theme. It's very
cool to have again access to the Motif theme.
The problem I have is that the buttons are grabbing the display being behind when the window is created.
Then it keeps the pattern when I move the window.
I'm running KDE for Debian. Does it ring a bell?
And do you know of a solution? Thanks in advance

Jacques


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 Re: Buttons are transparent

 
 by skulptor on: Feb 18 2014
 
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Try enabling KWin compositing.


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 Re: Re: Buttons are transparent

 
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Excellent! thanks a lot, I just had seen this answer already but I did not know where this option was.
Thanks again. Jacques


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