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Deep Plastik

  

KDE Color Scheme KDE3

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Downloads:  22081
Submitted:  Jan 10 2004
Updated:  Jun 2 2004

Description:

Dark blue color schema based on plastik!




Changelog:

0.2
-Fix visual problems in konqueror filemanagement profile.
-More fixes in konqueror/mozilla.

0.3
-Fix lists contrast in Konqueror
-Konsole schema now included
-licq schema now included




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 hey

 
 by Brad on: Jan 12 2004
 
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ever try the DarkPlastik style with your color scheme? its close to plastik, but modified to look better with darker color schemes...

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=8115


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 Re: hey

 
 by tosta on: Jan 13 2004
 
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No. I'm not having great problems with plastik, but I'll look at it.


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 hey also

 
 by popeyenz on: Jan 13 2004
 
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I am surprised that those downloading
have not left a comment.
I think this is one of the best.
Thank you for sharing.


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 thi

 
 by emc2 on: Jan 14 2004
 
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i really like this dark combination , this color scheme looks great, similar to one i'm using right.


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 WOW!

 
 by BlinkEye on: Feb 20 2004
 
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wow, this is a really nice colour scheme. i don't know if you can fix that but i think it's a bit slow (especially if you change virtual desktops). none the less: GREAT WORK! thanks a lot


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 how

 
 by engel000 on: Feb 21 2004
 
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how do you take the border off the konsole shell like that?


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 Re: how

 
 by BlinkEye on: Feb 21 2004
 
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ig guess you use kde-3.2. do the following: right klick on the title bar of the konsole, advanced, no borders and there you go.
the only way i see to store this setting is that after the borders are gone you press , advanced, store windows settings. the down side of this is that it saves the location of your last closed konsole so if you use more than one virtual desktop you get annoyed because your konsole doesn't appear where you want when you open a new konsole.
i created a shortcut for disabling borders (control center, regional & accessibility, keyboard shortcut. it's a workaround, but i'd preffered a automatic way.


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 Re: Re: how

 
 by engel000 on: Feb 21 2004
 
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thnks allot man.... im getting my linux box within days, so im kinda using windows right now... my family insists.... but iplan on making my box look lesat like windows than any other box out there


*smiles and hugs*


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 Highlighting rows

 
 by comments on: May 12 2004
 
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Very nice colour scheme indeed up to a single point: highlighting of list rows. Couldn't the lighter colour be made a bit darker? The contrast is too sharp as it is now, and I guess people with disabilities who would need sharp contrast don't use deep plastik anyway.
Btw, did I mention this is a great colour scheme? :-)


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 Re: Highlighting rows

 
 by tosta on: Jun 2 2004
 
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Fixed on 0.3


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