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Hex

   2.1  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

Score 76%
Hex
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Downloads:  2381
Submitted:  Mar 12 2014
Updated:  Apr 11 2014

Description:

QtCurve, color scheme, and Plasma theme. Hex is flat, textured, and aims to be clear and easy to use.

The plasma theme is heavily based on Caledonia by Malcer: http://malcer.deviantart.com/art/Caledonia-Plasma-KDE-Theme-213719701

*It may be necessary to restart any running apps after enabling.


I recommend using FLattr icons: http://deviantn7k1.deviantart.com/art/Flattr-376383397

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***ARCH USERS***

QtCurve version 1.8.18-1 has been causing problems with this theme. It's necessary to downgrade to a previous version for this to work.




Changelog:

2.1 - Minor update

- Fixed readability of text entries in plasma theme.




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 Black menu panel

 
 by ANtlord on: Mar 19 2014
 
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I don't know how, but I have black menu. All look like screenshot. Arch Linux. KDE 4.12.3. I think, alpha channel doesn't work, or wasn't enabled. Any idea?


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 Re: Black menu panel

 
 by ANtlord on: Mar 19 2014
 
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In Konsole I see my wallpaper under menu panel )


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 Re: Re: Black menu panel

 
 by garthecho on: Mar 19 2014
 
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Not sure what would cause that. I'm on Kubuntu 4.12.3 with Nvidia hardware and all is working well. I'll check into it some more and see if I can figure it out.


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 Re: Re: Re: Black menu panel

 
 by garthecho on: Mar 19 2014
 
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Which version of QtCurve do you use?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Black menu panel

 
 by ANtlord on: Mar 19 2014
 
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qtcurve has version 1.8.18


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Black menu panel

 
 by garthecho on: Mar 19 2014
 
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I've had another complaint about this theme using that version of QtCurve, so I'm guessing it's a regression. I'll test and file a bug report about it and in the meantime you could downgrade to the version being offered here on kde-look (1.8.14). Should work fine after that.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Black menu panel

 
 by ANtlord on: Mar 19 2014
 
Score 63%

Thank You! After downgrading qtcurve (for kde, gtk and Qt) and qtcurve utils all look like screenshot. Thank You! Nice theme!



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Black menu panel

 
 by rawilson on: Mar 25 2014
 
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I have the same problem. Could you tell me where can I find old packages and how can they downgrade? I'm using Arch.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Black menu panel

 
 by garthecho on: Mar 25 2014
 
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The latest stable version can be found here:

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/QtCurve+%28KDE4%2C+KDE3%2C+%26+Gtk2+Theme%29?content=40492

Just uninstall QtCurve and related packages from your package manager and then follow the instructions to install the above version. It seems that Arch users are affected by a beta version.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Black menu panel

 
 by ANtlord on: Mar 25 2014
 
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By downgrader :) https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/downgrade/ I chose for every package the oldest version



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 QtCurve 1.8

 
 by ANtlord on: Apr 2 2014
 
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Hello. Do you something with theme for supporting by qtcurve 1.8.18? *SHY*

You said something about bug report. Did you receive some response or some news about it?


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 Re: QtCurve 1.8

 
 by garthecho on: Apr 2 2014
 
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It's been reported and it looks like a fix will be available soon, as far as I can tell. I'd wait for the next version and then try an upgrade.


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 Excellent theme

 
 by DiscipleOfDante on: Apr 9 2014
 
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This theme is fantastic, it looks excellent, and it is rare that I am content with a dark theme, but this one is fantastic. My biggest complaint is working with firefox, or really any decent web browser, with it because most web browsers will have a lot of problems with text fields when in dark themes, and the only fix I can seem to find makes text fields and buttons incredibly ugly. Could you perhaps try to include some form of, say, Stylish script, or userChrome.css ?


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 Re: Excellent theme

 
 by garthecho on: Apr 9 2014
 
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I feel your pain! As far as I've seen, there doesn't seem to be a "fix all" available for the problem. I too have to turn the dark themes off after a while because of it. If I find any kind of safe fix for this I'll be sure to include it in.


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 Re: Re: Excellent theme

 
 by DiscipleOfDante on: Apr 9 2014
 
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I did find something that helps. Using the GTK+ Native style and Stylish with a series of scripts from userstyles.org for dark mods of sites that don't seem to have proper text boxes.


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 Re: Re: Re: Excellent theme

 
 by garthecho on: Apr 14 2014
 
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Is this fix working well for you, still? If it is, I'd love to know exactly what you've done, and maybe I can credit you with a little 'how to' in the description here.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Excellent theme

 
 by DiscipleOfDante on: Apr 14 2014
 
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To a degree yes. It works well for popular sites, and I am sure there are some that it will not work on but it works well enough for like facebook, google, the mozilla start page, etc. I simply installed the stylish addon https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/stylish/?src=search here and then installed the dark mods for such sites. http://userstyles.org/styles/98266/minimal-facebook-pro-clean-dark-by-robertgall Facebook http://userstyles.org/styles/98578/minimal-dark-pro-home-firefirefox-robertgall Start and http://userstyles.org/styles/98265/minimal-youtube-pro-clean-dark-by-robertgall Youtube are a few of the problem children. An alternative fix is to just use this stylish script http://userstyles.org/styles/18958/nrg-firefox-ubuntu-dark-fix but it will look leave you with really ugly text boxes and buttons.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Excellent theme

 
 by garthecho on: Apr 15 2014
 
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Thanks very much. Let me see what I can put together from what you're using and maybe we can get a decent fix going here!


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 Re: Re: Excellent theme

 
 by DiscipleOfDante on: Apr 10 2014
 
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Another complaint is that the text box in the homerun launcher is white text on white background. Could this be fixed?


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 Re: Re: Re: Excellent theme

 
 by garthecho on: Apr 10 2014
 
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I'll check into it.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Excellent theme

 
 by DiscipleOfDante on: Apr 10 2014
 
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Thanks :D love your work.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Excellent theme

 
 by garthecho on: Apr 11 2014
 
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I forgot to include the text entry svg. :) Should be good to go now.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Excellent theme

 
 by DiscipleOfDante on: Apr 14 2014
 
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Working excellently now, thank you big time. Once again this theme is fantastic, I especially like the contrast of the highlight against the background.



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 ..

 
 by frag on: Apr 12 2014
 
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Реально НЕХ, лол.


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 Re: ..

 
 by garthecho on: Apr 12 2014
 
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Sorry, I can't read this and Google translate doesn't help.


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 Color in the apps menu

 
 by antkoz on: Apr 12 2014
 
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Your work is great as always.
But I have a little suggestion. Maybe it will be better if this area (http://storage7.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0412/h_1397319180_1779370_d7ed461988.png) will be dark too?


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 Re: Color in the apps menu

 
 by garthecho on: Apr 12 2014
 
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Good suggestion. I use a different menu, so I never noticed that. I'll see what I can do with it.


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 Re: Re: Color in the apps menu

 
 by antkoz on: Apr 13 2014
 
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Ok, thank you :-)


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