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Air-oxygen

   0.4  

Window Decoration Aurorae

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Air-oxygen
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  6608
Submitted:  Jan 16 2010
Updated:  Jun 6 2010

Description:

An aurorae theme based on air plasma theme and with oxygen-lookalike buttons




Changelog:

0.4:
- support of new kde 4.5 features:
- inner borders
- tabs (needs a better support in kde 4.6)
- halo
- blur
- maximized windows


- remove overlay
- add alldesktops button
- support rolled up windows


0.3:
- grey/black button color for active/inactive windows
- blue shadow for active window
- inner borders
- overlay on top

0.2:
- fix black line above the window when compositing is off.
- fix title height when maximized.
- add shadows on title text.




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 How to install

 
 by M3t4linux on: Jan 19 2010
 
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It's the first window decoration I want to install for ma Debian/sid but I don't now how adding it in my system settings

Thanks


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 Re: How to install

 
 by megabigbug on: Jan 19 2010
 
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Have you got Aurorae installed ?
if it is the case, go to the systemsettings, in the Window page and select Aurorae.
After that, you can download Air-oxygen throught KHNS (the button "Get new themes")


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 Re: Re: How to install

 
 by M3t4linux on: Jan 19 2010
 
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Thanks for your fast reply!!

Aurorae is not installed on my Debian

How install it please?

I don't find any package with 'aptitude search aurorae'

Excuse me for all the questions, I'm a newbie concerning customisation...


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 Re: Re: Re: How to install

 
 by megabigbug on: Jan 20 2010
 
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For ubuntu it is the package: kwin-style-aurorae
You can compile it from source:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Aurorae+Theme+Engine?content=107158
or wait KDE SC 4.4 because it is integrated in it.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: How to install

 
 by M3t4linux on: Jan 20 2010
 
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this package is not on my Debian/sid

I've downloaded the source with your link but the compilation failed...

I prefer to wait it present on the Debian repositories...


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 too transparent?

 
 by ryampolsky on: Jan 22 2010
 
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This is really beautiful. I've been waiting for the new KDE4.4 titlebar button look, and you nailed it.

But... the whole titlebar's too transparent for my liking. Stuff behind it shows through to the extent that it gets in the way of even reading the window title. Is there an easy way to turn down the transparency. The Aurorae engine doesn't offer such a setting on the 'Window' control panel where you select it.

Also, while I'm at it, it'd be nice to allow the window border width to be shrunken.

I don't know whether the Aurorae engine allows for such configurability. If not, would you recommend against trying to tweak the theme myself?


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 Re: too transparent?

 
 by ryampolsky on: Jan 22 2010
 
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Well, I found the air-oxygenrc file, and modifying the borders was easy. But there's nothing in there about transparency.

Saw comments on the Aurorae engine page to the effect that the transparency is specified by the SVG's in the theme. I assume that's the decoration.svgz file. I tried uncompressing that and brought it up in GIMP, though I don't know enough about GIMP to mess with the transparency. In any case, it's only the *active* titlebar I want to be less transparent, and since there only seems to be one titlebar SVG, I guess I'm out of luck.


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 Re: Re: too transparent?

 
 by megabigbug on: Jan 23 2010
 
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"I assume that's the decoration.svgz file."

Yes, you must modify the alpha value of the gradient used in the decoration. Gimp is not made for edit svg. Try to learn how use Inkscape.

This decoration is very transparent because I want the background be blurry behind it. Anyway, it doesn't seem supported with current KWin.


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 Re: Re: Re: too transparent?

 
 by ryampolsky on: Jan 23 2010
 
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Thanks for the info (and the decoration - I still like it better than anything else I've found).


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 good, but....

 
 by PaKoX on: Jan 26 2010
 
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is very good, I like how it integrates with my desktop, but...
not differentiate active from inactive windows and is very transparent and that makes it almost is no different letters in the decor and the window that is behind
edit it if my item, but not like you for your attention to my comment


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 Re: good, but....

 
 by megabigbug on: Jan 26 2010
 
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I am working at it.
If I get a good result I will publish it.
Feel free to improve it.

"edit it if my item, but not like you for your attention to my comment"

Sorry I don't understand what you want say.


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 almost perfect

 
 by PaKoX on: Jan 31 2010
 
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you only need to be a little more opaque to offset that kwin has no blur and the shadow of the active window should be black and a bit bigger

sorry for my bad english, i'm using a translator


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 Re: almost perfect

 
 by megabigbug on: Jan 31 2010
 
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"you only need to be a little more opaque to offset that kwin has no blur"

It will not really be satisfying.

"and the shadow of the active window should be black and a bit bigger"

I follow oxygen's concepts.


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 Re: Re: almost perfect

 
 by PaKoX on: Jan 31 2010
 
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I only say that it should be more opaque one for that but even the theme paresca plasma, to distinguish whether the window with the text back

sory for my bad english


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 Good job

 
 by HalfLeft on: Feb 2 2010
 
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The only thing I would say is; The active window shadow is hard coded to the svgz file, so if people use a different colour scheme, they still get the same blue shadow glow.

I'm not sure if the hint-apply-color-scheme will help here or if it's supported by aurorae.


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 Re: Good job

 
 by megabigbug on: Feb 2 2010
 
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hint-apply-color-scheme seems to be supported by Aurorae.
But I don't know how it works.
With this theme and a hint-apply-color-scheme element, the shadow is white :)

Any help should be appreciated.


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 Problem

 
 by TommyCZ on: Feb 5 2010
 
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Hi, I use Kubuntu 9.10 and installed aurorae (KDE4.3.5) but when I try to download this theme to my aurorae, it shows me just buttons, without decorations. Previous version of this deco was OK. Quite strange thing...


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 Re: Problem

 
 by megabigbug on: Feb 6 2010
 
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It works fine with kde sc4.4 for me.


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 Re: Problem

 
 by bigbrovar on: Feb 16 2010
 
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I have exactly the same problem here Kubuntu 9.10 with kde 4.3.5 all I get is window buttons :(


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 Re: Problem

 
 by Deanobear63 on: Feb 20 2010
 
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I have the same problem, Kubuntu with KDE 4.3.5 - nothing but "buttons"


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 Re: Re: Problem

 
 by megabigbug on: Feb 20 2010
 
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Aurorae of kde 4.3 contains bugs. Please wait kde 4.4.


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