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Helium

   5.0.0  

Plasma Theme

Score 86%
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Downloads:  21280
Submitted:  May 30 2010
Updated:  Aug 3 2014

Description:

Light theme for plasma desktop

Tema Ligero para el escritorio de plasma

translated with google translator

please donate!!!




Changelog:

(5.0.0)
* KDE 4.13 support
* updated icons in system tray
* effect of softer shadow in the background of the elements

(4.1.0)
* has improved the design of the shadows on the elements

(4.0.0)
* KDE 4.10 support
* review and redesign of different elements

(2.0.3)[KDE 4.8.x][Helium One]
* bug fixes and updates

(3.0.3)
* fix widgets/slider.svgz

(3.0.2)
* update icons/korgac.svg

(3.0.1)
* add widgets/timer.svgz

(3.0.0)
* compatible with kde 4.9
* various changes in the theme

(2.0.2)
* add icons/kalarm.svgz

(2.0.1)
* add widgets/activities.svgz
* minors bugfix

(2.0)
* has been added, modified, edited and re-designed elements of the theme

* leave missing elements to the lancelot menu (with a little patience please)

* it has changed the license of the theme

(1.1.0)
* have been modified and redesigned several elements

(1.0.3)
* is modified the design of the buttons

more screenshot: http://koresource.blogspot.com/2012/03/helium-one-103.html

(22/03/12)
* the file has been uploaded to Dropbox

(1.0.2)
* has edited the effect of focus on the element lineedit.svgz

* he added a shadow effect to the elements button.svgz, actionbutton.svgz and slider.svgz

* element has been added checkmarks.svgz

more screenshot + info

http://koresource.blogspot.com/2012/02/helium-102.html

(1.0.1.3)
* has edited the file "colors"

(1.0.1.2)
* add akonadi icon

(1.0.1.1)
* edit bangarang icon

(1.0.1)
* has removed the focus effect on some elements

* icons have been added korgac and bangarang to the system tray

* Helium now has 30 different icons for system tray

* have been redesigned following icons to the system tray:

- amarok
- network (design based on the network icon for GNOME 3)

* have been edit following icons:

- choqok
- kopete

(1.0)
* has been re-designed the 70% - 80% of the elements of the theme

* compatible with kde 4.8

* more screenshot: http://koresource.blogspot.com/2012/01/helium-one-10-comenzando-otra-nueva.html




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 Helium + KDE 4.10 = ! thumbnailer transparency

 
 by JenyaYQ on: Feb 28 2013
 
Score 63%

I have a problem after 4.10 update, there is no transparency in the thumbnailer/box app switcher.

I like the theme, great work!


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 Re: Helium + KDE 4.10 = ! thumbnailer transparency

 
 by mcder on: Mar 1 2013
 
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I am currently working on version 3.1.0 so have a little patience.

https://plus.google.com/u/0/115920115946572175775/posts/E3wSzFN4MBN

I hope to be finished this month


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 Re: Re: Helium + KDE 4.10 = ! thumbnailer transpar

 
 by JenyaYQ on: Mar 2 2013
 
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Thank you!


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 Changelog

 
 by JenyaYQ on: Mar 20 2013
 
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A little bit more detailed Changelog would be great.

It would make it simpler to refer to when submitting questions/suggestions.

Thanks for the great work!


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 let there be light

 
 by JenyaYQ on: Mar 23 2013
 
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Thank you for your great work!

I find the shadows in the preview 4 far too strong. I don't mind the size but they definitely could be softer or more transparent.

So assuming that the light in a UI should make sense, which is questionable, here is my attempt at reasoning this out.

In your current design shadows end with a sharp round edge on -all- corners, which makes little sense light-wise, unless you imagine many strong point-lights hovering over every UI element.
The only case with equally sized sharp shadows would be if the strong imaginary light source were very far away but in this case the shadow size would be close to zero because the viewer and the far away light source are aligned.
(+ as far as I know KDE widgets don't support shadow offset, so they have to be aligned)

If it's just one strong light source close and directly behind, you would see differently sized shadows, which is impossible to do right now in KDE.

So the only 'reasonable' way to do this is to assume having a diffuse light source/s somewhere close to the display. In this setting you would see nice soft shadows, thus not only hiding the fact that they should have different sizes but also the number of lights becomes more or less irrelevant.

PS This is probably what went on in some of the wondrous minds sitting in the Cupertino Spaceship and pondering the same questions. ...or not.


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 Re: let there be light

 
 by JenyaYQ on: Mar 23 2013
 
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Just came to mind... in the latest Qt5 it is actually possible to render 'real' shadows directly. No fakery required.
This is a bit insane but you could implement it in KDE quite soon.


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 Re: let there be light

 
 by JenyaYQ on: Mar 24 2013
 
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And if what I already didn't make you dizzy ;') here is another thing - your choices of light values on the transparent surfaces don't take into account the fact that one should see the shadow through them.
Values would be a bit higher since those surface are glass-like and partly reflective and would pick up light that's shining on them/ environment but it would definitely be clear that you can see their own shadows through them. Currently that would result in much darker panel colors.

(so that would be one more reason for much brighter/softer shadows ;.)


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 Re: let there be light

 
 by JenyaYQ on: Mar 24 2013
 
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//typo
*already said


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 Re: let there be light

 
 by JenyaYQ on: Mar 23 2013
 
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I noticed that you reduced shadow size in the recent update but I still think having a version with larger soft shadows would be worth testing.

One could achieve the same 'soft' effect even with sharp shadows by making them more transparent (as if they were under indirect light)


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 Re: Re: let there be light

 
 by JenyaYQ on: Mar 23 2013
 
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No, I was wrong :( Plasma theme update didn't work for me. After updating it from the KDE settings dialog, it simply reverts back to the older Helium version, that's why shadows were smaller :)


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 Re: let there be light

 
 by mcder on: Mar 23 2013
 
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I think you have given me an idea XD

thank you very much for your comment


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 Re: let there be light

 
 by JenyaYQ on: Mar 23 2013
 
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It's a bit crazy, I know... should've been more concise.


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 Re: Re: let there be light

 
 by mcder on: Mar 25 2013
 
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if you want you can try this development version and give your opinion

http://koresource.blogspot.com/2013/03/helium-410-milestone-1.html


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 Re: let there be light

 
 by JenyaYQ on: Mar 26 2013
 
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Thank you for the effort!
If that's the same version you shared on Google+, then I've already tried it. It's definitely better but the shadows are still too prominent in my opinion.

I hope you'll find a good looking and sensible solution. Good luck!


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 Wonderful theme, but...

 
 by sumski on: Mar 30 2013
 
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you are shipping:
a) lancelot/.theme.config.kate-swp
b) svg with executable bits set
(notice those when tried to package latest version for openSUSE)
Thanks for the great theme btw! :-)


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 Lancelot

 
 by oshunluvr on: May 4 2013
 
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Love the theme. I installed Helium-One via System Settings using Kubuntu 13.04.

One problem: Lancelot. The menu bar that contains "Lock Screen" "Leave" "Switch User" and the Lancelot config Chalice icon isn't themed so that one small part looks like the "Oxygen" theme - which is dark and hard to read. I can provide a screenshot if it's needed.

It would be great if this was fixed in your up-coming new version.

Thanks for the cool theme!


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 Missing Icons

 
 by ovidiub13 on: Sep 30 2013
 
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There are missing icons for the windows title bar. Buttons for keep above and keep below.

Also, no feedback that the keep on all screens button is pressed or not.

Any way I could help you with this?


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