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GTK-QT Theme Engine

   0.6  

KDE Improvement

Score 77%
GTK-QT Theme Engine
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GTK-QT Theme Engine
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GTK-QT Theme Engine
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Link:  http://
Depends on  KDE 3.1.x
Downloads:  5083
Submitted:  Jan 26 2005
Updated:  Jan 26 2005

Description:

This GTK theme engine by David Sansome uses the currently selected QT style to do it's drawing. Basically, it makes your GTK apps look like QT ones.

Please see http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software_2fgtk_2dqt for more information and CVS instructions.

This is a 0.x release - so don't expect it to work perfectly :)

The theme now works in GNOME, and there's no need to edit any Makefiles to get it to compile.




Changelog:

* All-new control center module
* Update GTK applications when the KDE style is changed

* Fix scrollbar appearance
* Support scrollbars with any combination of back/forward buttons
* Display first and last tabs correctly
* Various toolbar fixes
* Fix text highlighting colours
* Fix checkmarks in popup menus
* Various Baghira fixes
* Fix size problems with buttons, checkboxes, and radio buttons
* Allow for vertical progress bars (as used in wxGuage)
* Add missing frames

* Fix crashes in XFCE, Eclipse, Azureus, Synaptic, and SciTE

(For older changelogs, see http://gtk-qt.freedesktop.org)




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 Module?

 
 by dirtbag666 on: Feb 6 2005
 
Score 50%

I think that the engine is really great, but since I got my new Apple Studio Display 21" (only 21 € :-)) and set my screen resolution to 1600x1200 (former 1024x768) all the fonts in KDE were to big. It was no problem for me to make the KDE fonts smaller, but where's the control module for the GTK-QT Theme engine in kcontrol (or YaST2 ?) ? I just can't find it although I already reinstalled the latest version 0.6 of the theme engine.

Or does maybe somebody know another way to make the fonts of apps like Gaim or Azureus with the Theme Engine GUI smaller? They're just TOO big.

thx
dirtbag


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 Re: Module?

 
 by maverick256 on: Feb 15 2005
 
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check you Xorg log file (under /var/log), pay particular attention to the screen initialization section, and look for the line with dpi settings. I'm pretty sure your dpi is too high (I had the same problem, dpi was set to 149 and all the texts looked gigantic). The dpi shouldn't be any higher than 96 for normal sized text. See if that's the problem:) if it is, then you need to edit the Xorg.conf or Xfree86.conf (don't remember the file name, since I only have xorg.conf) file, under the monitor section, add or modify this line:
DisplaySize 424 318
This line should come after identifier and vendorname lines. Check log again to verify the dpi settings. This should solve it, assuming the problem is indeed with your dpi settings, otherwise just ignore this rambling:)


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 Re: Re: Module?

 
 by maverick256 on: Feb 15 2005
 
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oh by the way, where did you get this beautiful monitor for 20 euros? I want one.... soooo jealous:)


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 Re: Re: Re: Module?

 
 by dirtbag666 on: Feb 18 2005
 
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The company where my father works switched from CRT monitors to TFT, so he managed to get this Apple monitor for "ann Kastn Bier" = a box (?) of beer.


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 WOW

 
 by maarizwan on: Feb 23 2005
 
Score 50%

that's what I can say. GIMP, and other gnome apps just look cool :D. Thank you very much.


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 Thanx

 
 by iZelpII on: Feb 25 2005
 
Score 50%

This is better than the invention of the wheel...

Thank you very much. Now, both major applications that used to have an uggly interface (Firefox and Evolution) have the same baghira metal look as my other applications.

Thank you.


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 Baghira theme issues

 
 by mndar3 on: Mar 7 2005
 
Score 50%

I am using the GTK-QT theme engine along with Baghira on FC3. Now, all my GTK apps -GAIM, Synaptics etc. have the Bahira look (pretty awesome!!) but their Menus don't.They take a blue color. My Qt apps take the baghira theme correctly.

Are there any other settings ?

Surprisingly Firefox, with its default theme, takes the Baghira look . Even the Menus look proper, that is they take the Baghira look.
Am I missing some settings?


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 !important bug!

 
 by zvonSully on: Feb 26 2005
 
Score 50%


i dont like Gtk(GNOME) apps because they have a nasty look,they are not smooth,etc.But the apps are really good(see gimp,gaim) and before i discovered this theme i didnt used those programs.
In kde i use the baghira theme(it is the best theme aqua based) so now my gtk apps look like kde one,but there are some thinks that dont work:
-menu transparency
-animated scrolls and progress bars
-smooth scrolling(thats from gtk so i think there is nothing to do ;( )
-there is no way to disable this theme from kde

And there is a very naughty bug: when u change the desktop background or(sometimes) change the desktop the gtk apps(all that are opened) simply crash

This theme has a great future uniting GNOME and KDE look so that a user will use the same way of viewing the apps.

I wander if there is a revers theme: a theme for making kde apps look like those from GNOME?


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 SuSE 9.2 RPM?

 
 by Enforcer on: Apr 5 2005
 
Score 50%

Hello,

I like this idea a lot! Is there a RPM for SuSE 9.2 / upcoming 9.3 available?

That would be awesome :-)

Thanks a lot!


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 kde 3.4.1

 
 by leviathan on: Jun 2 2005
 
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it does not work with kde 3.4.1 :(


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