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My Desktop with Baghira CVS


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My Desktop with Baghira CVS

My Desktop with Baghira CVS

My Desktop with Baghira CVS

Link:  http://
Downloads:  8066
Submitted:  Apr 29 2005
Updated:  Sep 20 2005


Basic Setup:
Fedora Core 3, Xorg 6.8.2 with composite enabled, KDE 3.4.1
nVidia card with nVidia driver 1.0-6629 (Important: You have to stick to this version, Otherwise your desktop will freeze)

XORG setup:
To enable composite:
Section "Extensions"
Option "Composite" "true"

Device Section, Please make sure you have following options as well:

Driver "nvidia"
Option "RenderAccel" "true"
Option "AllowGLXWithComposite" "true"

Baghira cvs:
Download "Baghira CVS" from http://baghira.sourceforge.net/download.htm

Baghira Universal Help:

Start Button/ Sidebar / Baghira Menu:
These are current features (refer http://baghira.sourceforge.net/help.htm)

Hide Sidebar tabs:
Setting 'Hide' option 'true' in ~/.kde/share/config/konquerorsidebartngrc


Icon Text shadow:
Add following to ~/.kde/share/config/kdesktoprc
under FMSETTINGS add:
ShadowParameters=0, 1, 16.0, 192.0, 2, 4, 0

Download KXDocker from http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=10955

Lucida Grande, AppleGaramond, Lucida MAC

Karamba Themes:
Try with your taste (Ex: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=24368)


Updates upto 27/07/2005. It's faster than ever now....and new ALI interface to find you apps faster..

I've uploaded some icons that most people wanted to have...

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 by coldfirepl on: Jun 10 2005
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hello. Screenshot is cool. I`ve one question... is it possible (if yes, could you write me step-by-step tutorial) to change my konquerior look into this: www.krzyzak.zv.pl/question.jpg -it`s from your screen, but i`ve separate it, for sure. Sorry for my language errors :]

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 Re: question

 by zammi on: Jun 13 2005
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Hi...You don't need any tutorial, But you'll have to download the latest CVS code from http://baghira.sourceforge.net/download.htm .
It has a Konq sidebar plugin and once install it will be displayed in the sidebar tabs. You can make it default and then you can hide the sidebar tabls by editing ~/.kde/share/conf/konqsidetngrc.

Anyway, I hope to publish a step by step here soon.

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 Re: Re: question

 by coldfirepl on: Jun 15 2005
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ok, i`ll wait for this tutorial... i`ve change my konquerior look like yours, but i can`t make something like you have in left table... there is my computer, network,home, desktop etc... how can i make this??

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 by peterxx on: Jun 14 2005
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I like this shot, looks nice..and the panel is very cute ;)

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  throbber ?????

 by vicko on: Jun 22 2005
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En donde lo puedo encontrar ???

in where I can find it ??? ( Traducido con altavista jejejeje )

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 Re: throbber ?????

 by zammi on: Jun 23 2005
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It comes with Fedora rhgb. I just transformed to make a throbber...

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 by wiktor on: Jun 30 2005
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Is there something you need to do to get the sidebar to work? I compiled the latest version of baghira cvs and the sidebar is not installed.

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 Problems with icons

 by arN34 on: Jul 30 2005
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Great job zammi !

I downloaded the iconset you mentionned, but I have problems with some icons, problems that you seem to have solved.

1) In the konqueror baghira sidebar, I still have the ugly system and network default kde icons. I have solved many icons problems by renaming icons to the right name expected by the system (for example, I added a folder_locked.png icon to be displayed for the root home directory, etc ...) but I cannot find which icons are expected for those two ones.

2) How did you make the right part of the topbar ? It isn't really a system tray, is it ? What did you put in it ?

3) When I enable transparency in baghira, I have a shadow for the kxdocker, that's not very nice. You seem to have removed it. How ?



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 Re: Problems with icons

 by zammi on: Aug 1 2005
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1. I'm not sure how I've done, but you can try creating icons "system.png" and "network.png" inside the "filesystems" or "devices" folder.

2. First you can see 'ALI', that I created a simple theme for baghira Starter. Then system tray (I've given the icons), Then KDE clock (time and date), finally Baghira session manager (That's new to baghira cvs).

3. Try this simple script: http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=27241

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 how did you do that?

 by agentdunken on: Aug 14 2005
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How did you get konqueror like that? I have been looking every where to get my konqueror like that!

But it looks awsome!

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