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amaroK CSS-Scheme "Mycolors"

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Amarok Theme

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amaroK CSS-Scheme "Mycolors"
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amaroK CSS-Scheme "Mycolors"
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amaroK CSS-Scheme "Mycolors"
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  11179
Submitted:  Feb 14 2005
Updated:  Feb 25 2006

Description:

Mycolors is a CSS theme for the context panel of amarok, a media player for KDE. It will work with >=amarok1.beta4. Amarok 1.2.2 introduced a GUI to install context styles, use it.




Changelog:

> > 02/25/2006 (screenshots NOT updated):
Fixed album title clashing the album info when the title was big.

> > 02/24/2006 (screenshots NOT updated):
Changed the album info, it wasn't very clear. Thx to HobbitHK.

> > 12/01/2005:
Removed cdcover effect, it didn't look right with the cover shadow used in amarok (commented).
Fixed home tab when using albums instead of songs for statistics.
Fixed shadow in album tracklist.
Fixed lyrics tab.
Fixed score bar when the song was too wide

> > 05/16/2005:
Yet another [nice] effect: cd-box borders in the current album and in the albums list. Keep in mind that this is can introduce new bugs and that this styles will break on a SVN build.
(PD: don't take the screenshots as the real look because I'm having some pbm with the font size)

> > 04/26/2005:
On mouse over the songs change the style of scorebar. See screenshots!
Rewrote a lot of styles. Eeverything is now much more clear than before.

> > 03/19/2005:
Fixed typo in css (thx seb)
Added shadows and some "user options", see decription.

> > 03/15/2005:
Fixed favorite tracks box in amarok 1.2.2

> > 02/14/2005:
First upload




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 More, More...

 
 by ViRgiLiO on: Feb 14 2005
 
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We need more artwork like this. Amarok is the best audio player for Linux. Give me more!


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 Re: More, More...

 
 by kreten1 on: Feb 15 2005
 
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the best audio player for linux? it is the best player on the planet :-)


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 Re: Re: More, More..

 
 by cup on: Apr 23 2005
 
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on the planet? I think if there are any other in the univers they use amaroK!


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 System colors

 
 by FlorianJRoth on: Feb 14 2005
 
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Awesome!!

I don't know if it's possible, but could you make it use the current color scheme?


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 Re: System colors

 
 by Flextron on: Feb 17 2005
 
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That's not possible... yet.

The original theme that comes with amarok uses the system color. I noticed this when I used another computer and the colors changed.

In fact, the themes are just CSS files that are rendered by khtml and then send to amarok via kparts or something similar. We should need a special color in the CSS to be filled with the system colors by khtml or amarok.

I think I'm missing something...


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 Re: Re: System colors

 
 by MxCl on: Mar 16 2005
 
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We provide the system colours through some magic variables. I forget what they are called. This should be documented someplace, but I spose it isn't...

Anyway, great scheme :)


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 Re: Re: Re: System colors

 
 by leinir on: Mar 16 2005
 
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Sure thing we support it, it's called CSS ;) The CSS specification holds definitions of a range of system colours as defined here: http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/ui.html#system-colors


..Dan // Leinir
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 OMG

 
 by Ekardnam on: Feb 15 2005
 
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Really nice! It don't fit my system, but
I think that it'll be useful be many amarockers.

It's wonderful to see all those great CSS-
schemes. Like someone said: MORE! ;)

Fantastic work!


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 wow

 
 by Superstoned on: Mar 15 2005
 
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great style!

I hope kgethotstuff gets integrated in amarok soon, so we'll be able to donwload these css things even more easilly :D

but its not that difficult now (with amarok 1.2.2 its a snap) so I've installed it. good job!


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 Re: wow

 
 by MxCl on: Mar 16 2005
 
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Yeah I'll try to integrate this, but the problem is we support KDE 3.2, and KNewStuff wasn't around back then. But I'll make it work anyway.


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 Typos

 
 by seb on: Mar 16 2005
 
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In stylesheet.css, there are some missing characters!

Line 143:
background: transparent url(./img/gris-fondo.ng) repeat !important;

Line 147:
background: transparent url(./img/blanco-fondo.pn) repeat !important;

In case there was any doubt, the bold text should be changed to png

Your theme is awesome!


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 Great theme

 
 by quinn on: Mar 31 2005
 
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Just curious, did you base it on any kde theme/style? If so, I'd really like to find it b/c it'd be a great style to use for the whole system.


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 Re: Great theme

 
 by Flextron on: Apr 24 2005
 
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No, but Quartz windeco was a good start ;)


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