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Liquid (Mac OSX)

  

KDE Color Scheme KDE3

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Liquid (Mac OSX)
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Downloads:  43878
Submitted:  Oct 11 2001

Description:

I use this with Mosfet's High performance Liquid style. Check the screenshot




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 what font for menus?

 
 by anonymous on: Oct 12 2001
 
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What font did you use for those stunning menus????


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 fonts

 
 by anonymous on: Oct 12 2001
 
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the menu font is M$ Verdana


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 Dead Link

 
 by anonymous on: Oct 13 2001
 
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I love this sceme. I can't d/l it 'cause the link is dead. Please fix.


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 Re: Dead Link

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 12 2001
 
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I get an error for an invalid URL (it contains spaces) from the proxy here. To solve this replace the spaces with "%20".


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 Font

 
 by ChiaJesus on: Oct 16 2001
 
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Hmmm...Your anti-aliased Verdana font looks way different than mine. Mine just doesn't look right, particularly lowercase m. I'm using Mandrake 8.1 and I read somewhere that hinting was disabled in Mandrake's freetype2 rpm, so I added it myself, rolled my own rpm, but still looks kinda crappy.

You've got a nice screenshot.


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 KDE - MDK & Fonts

 
 by anonymous on: Oct 29 2001
 
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I found I had all sorts of font problems with Mandrake 8.1, about a third of the installed fonts simply looked like the same bold italic font. One work around solution I found was to disable anti aliasing. That fixed all the font problems, but I'm left with un aliased fonts. Hopefully I'll find a better answer to my problems for now, but if you really want Verdana, I find that no AA is the way to go.


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 My XftConfig

 
 by weda on: Oct 29 2001
 
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#
# XftConfig
#
# Use with Type1 and TrueType fonts
#

dir "/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/Type1"
dir "/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/drakfont"
dir "/usr/share/fonts/default/Type1"

#
# alias 'fixed' and 'console' for 'mono'
# (some programs ask for 'mono' if they mean 'fixed';)
#
match any family == "fixed" edit family =+ "mono";
match any family == "console" edit family =+ "mono";

#
#Check users config file
#
includeif "~/.xftconfig"


# Subpixel hinting
match edit rgba=bgr;
#match edit rgba=rgb;
match edit vgbr=bgr;

#
# Use TrueType fonts for defaults
# Danny: disabled
#match any family == "serif" edit family += "Times New Roman";
#match any family == "sans" edit family += "Verdana";

#
# Use lucida console as default fixed type font
# and set the spacing of "mono" to 100, this
# fixes broken fonts which are fixed, but do not
# set mono-spacing.
match
any family == "mono"
edit
family += "lucida console";
spacing = 100;


#
# Alias between XLFD families and font file family name, prefer local fonts
#
match any family == "Charter" edit family += "Bitstream Charter";
match any family == "Bitstream Charter" edit family =+ "Charter";

match any family == "Lucidux Serif" edit family += "LuciduxSerif";
match any family == "LuciduxSerif" edit family =+ "Lucidux Serif";

match any family == "Lucidux Sans" edit family += "LuciduxSans";
match any family == "LuciduxSans" edit family =+ "Lucidux Sans";

match any family == "Lucidux Mono" edit family += "LuciduxMono";
match any family == "LuciduxMono" edit family =+ "Lucidux Mono";

match any family == "Lucida Grande" edit family += "LucidaGrande";
match any family == "LucidaGrande" edit family =+ "Lucida Grande";

#
# TrueType font aliases
#
match any family == "Comic Sans" edit family += "Comic Sans MS";
match any family == "Comic Sans MS" edit family =+ "Comic Sans";
match any family == "Trebuchet" edit family += "Trebuchet MS";
match any family == "Trebuchet MS" edit family =+ "Trebuchet";
match any family == "Monotype" edit family =+ "Monotype.com";
match any family == "Andale Mono" edit family += "Monotype.com";
match any family == "Monotype.com" edit family =+ "Andale Mono";

# Danny:
# set the AA for different fonts
#
# most TT fonts do not need to be aliased between
# 8 and 15 points, although this might be a matter of taste.


#match
# any size > 8
# any size 7
any size


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 window decorations

 
 by anonymous on: Oct 18 2001
 
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ok - how 'bout the OS-X-like window decorations? where might I find those?

--thanx


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 window decorations

 
 by imagino on: Oct 18 2001
 
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They looks like an IceWM windows decoration...look on icewm.themes.org...


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