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Active Heart

   1.2.1  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

Score 70%
Active Heart
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  37625
Submitted:  Mar 15 2004
Updated:  Apr 29 2004

Description:

The concept of this style is harmony of sharpness and softness.
And this style was created based on keramik.
(Please do not ask me about the origin of this style name.)

Notice:
The kwin client is not contained in this style.
You will be able to get it at the following URL.
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=11460

To Install:

./configure --prefix="`kde-config --prefix`"
make
make install

(Please restart KDE after installation)




Changelog:

Ver 1.2.1
*"Surround the taskbar buttons with dark borders" option was added to "Extra Options" group.
(See 3rd screenshot)
*"Disable KMenu Titles" option was added to "Features to disable" group.

Ver 1.2
*The version of Keramik used as a basis was changed to what is contained in KDE-3.2.2.
*"Remove 'subtract-line' area from 'add-line' button of scrollbar" option was added to "Extra Options".
*The custom color option for the statusbar borders was added to "Border Colors" group in "Custom Colors" category.

Ver 1.1.8a(maintenance release)
*Fixed styleconf/activeheartconf.cpp file against the compile error relating to "getenv" function.

Ver 1.1.8
*Scheme manager can read the global scheme files now.
The global scheme file means the scheme files stored in "$KDEDIR/share/apps/kdisplay/styleconfs" directory.
(This feature is mainly based on Piotr Szymanki's work. And I improved it.)
*The custom color option for the menu separators was added to "Menu Colors" group.
*"Border's thickness of menubar and toolbar follows contrast" option was added to "Extra Options"

Ver 1.1.7
*"Reduce pushbutton size" option was added to "Extra Options".

Ver 1.1.6
*Changed the light weight combobox's pulldown buttons thinly.
*"Highlight the active taskbar button with the active tabline color" option was added to "Extra options".

BTW: I do not know a way for adding the "Apply" button to config dialog.




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 everything else..

 
 by hobbes300 on: Jul 4 2004
 
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what colour scheme/icon set is being used in the screen grabs?


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 Direct link?

 
 by blaster999 on: Jul 12 2004
 
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Well, this theme is awesome! BTW, do you have a homepage or an FTP where the file is located? I am going to write a gentoo ebuild for Active Heart and I need a direct link to the archive.


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 great

 
 by sagefire on: Jul 22 2004
 
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Great theme!

I built (and posted http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=14569 ) a SuSE 9.1 RPM for this theme. It is such an improvement over Keramik. I applaud your design sense.

I am putting together a Color Scheme to blend it with the Crystal Icon set and I found a winamp skin that I am going to blend to match that.

This should DEFINITELY be part of the KDE default theme set.


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 Re: great

 
 by blaster999 on: Oct 5 2004
 
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I agree that this theme should be a part of kdeartwork package (maybe kde 3.3.1 or at least 3.4?). I installed it on both my computers and have no intension to change it for something else.


It is not the size of the hammer that counts. It's how you wiled it.
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 compiling activehear

 
 by tjerk on: Oct 24 2004
 
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i get the following error when running configure:

tw:/home/tjerk/downloaded/activeheart-1.2.1# ./configure --prefix="'kde-config --prefix'"
configure: error: expected an absolute directory name for --prefix: 'kde-config--prefix'


What should i do


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 Re: compiling active

 
 by Nobber on: Oct 26 2004
 
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You should enclose kde-config ... in backticks (`), not single quotes:

./configure --prefix="`kde-config --prefix`"

If you can't find the backtick on your keyboard - it's usually to the left of the "1" key - then just run

kde-config --prefix

and use the output from that instead, e.g. if it gives you "/opt/kde" then do

./configure --prefix="/opt/kde"


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 Fonts

 
 by Rufus on: Jan 5 2005
 
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What's the font used on the desktop? Where can I get it? Looks great!


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 install error?

 
 by islander on: Jan 7 2005
 
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when I run configure, towards the very end it gives me this error:

...
checking for rpath... yes
checking for KDE... configure: error:
in the prefix, you've chosen, are no KDE headers installed. This will fail.
So, check this please and use another prefix!

how do I fix it?


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 Re: install error?

 
 by deadnotborn on: Jan 27 2005
 
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I **think** you need the KDE-devel package installed in order to make it work, but I'm not sure. I checked around and it turned out that that was what I was missing here...


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