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dotCURVE

   1.0rc1  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

Score 63%
dotCURVE
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  18238
Submitted:  Sep 15 2004
Updated:  Sep 11 2006

Description:

Sharp corners are dead (almost). Long live to the round. Designed to be *fast*, simple and clean. Recomended use with "Web" kwin decoration.

Thanks to Jens Luetkens for ideas, code and the config stuff. Based on dotNET. Many code from Konx. Menu color idea from dotNET2.

The translucent menu works except for "Software Tint".

Please tell any inconvenience you find. Then I can call it 1.0 and go for effects and eye candy.




Changelog:

-Updated link
1.0rc1
-Fixed kaffeine top line
-Fixed menu check mark not properly painted
1.0b3
-Tabs code full rewrite. Left aligned.
-Removed menu color option.
-Little menu highlight make-up
1.0b2
-Tabs are centered
-Better focus positioning
-Tabs labels polished
1.0b1
-New items added to configuration. Now you can select a color for the scrollbars
-Dark frame problem resolved.
-New menu look, configurable. See screenshot
0.3b
-Configuration dialog
-Fixed line edits in html pages
-Translucent menus
-Many fixes and performance improvement
0.2.1
-All kicker applets flickering problem resolved
-File transfer and cookie dialogs issue resolved
-Many tabs issue resolved
0.2.1a
-Drawing routine reimplemented, faster and nicer
-KNewsTicker should not flicker




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 almost

 
 by The-Q on: Sep 15 2004
 
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that is almost it!!
this requires a bit more.
kicker knewsticker and other kicker applets look flashing.

what about tree view arrows?


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 Re: almost

 
 by peroxid on: Sep 15 2004
 
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Can you say what other applets? I'll install them and try to fix style.


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 Re: Re: almost

 
 by The-Q on: Sep 15 2004
 
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fire applet (an applet which shows cpu usage by showing fire)
and
knewticker - the default panel new ticker of kde.


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 Refreshing

 
 by mrphp on: Sep 15 2004
 
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I like it.


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 Nice!

 
 by Massive on: Sep 15 2004
 
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Nice style. It looks like a little bit as an painted comix, but that is what I like on your style.

Keep it up!


greetz:

Massive PX-D

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 Great Style

 
 by linuxpoweredtrekkie on: Sep 15 2004
 
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Hi, Love this style

A Question, is it possible to give the buttons and combo boxes rollover effects like in plastik? so when you hover over the button the whole colour changes


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 Re: Great Style

 
 by The-Q on: Sep 15 2004
 
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if you do this thing, please make it an option, so people like me who dislike the rollover effect will be able to disable it.


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 really good

 
 by marcel on: Sep 16 2004
 
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great to see more debian packages :)

whats the icon set in the second screenshot?


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 Re: really good

 
 by peroxid on: Sep 16 2004
 
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Wasp, It is here in kde-look.

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=9763

I made some modifications, you can get them from

http://webs.ono.com/usr047/uucp/wasp/


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 Re: Re: really good

 
 by marcel on: Sep 16 2004
 
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thanks


keep up your updates and post them later...


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 Translucent Menus

 
 by na6411 on: Sep 21 2004
 
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I'm really really liking this style, and i will probably stick with it for a long time, but i have a few comments.

First off, as a suggestion, could you make a gtk counterpart (i only ask cause it seems like it would be easy to port)

I also think that a translucent menu option would be a great addition.

There are lots of little bugs that i am sure you are aware of so i won't mention them. just keep up the great work on this theme!


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 Re: Translucent Menus

 
 by peroxid on: Sep 22 2004
 
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If with the next release bugs are there, and I don't say I know them, drop me a mail:
peroxid at gmail.com
thanks


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