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KDE Windows Makeover

  

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KDE Windows Makeover
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Downloads:  14936
Submitted:  Sep 27 2005
Updated:  Jul 9 2006

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I decided to remove the links to this project as I cannot stomach Windows(R) clones proliferating here, and hope that doing this may set an example. Do not copy! Create! I apologize for posting this originally, and hope the community can forgive me.




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 why?

 
 by necromonga on: Oct 1 2005
 
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i don't get it... why would u want your linux to look like windows?
doesn't make sense to me.
but nice copy anyway.


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 Re: why?

 
 by datenraffzahn on: Oct 2 2005
 
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yeah! why? I get depression while watching your shots.


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 Re: why?

 
 by paralis on: Oct 11 2005
 
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Maybe for the same reason some people wants to make their desktop looks like OSX. From what I've seen here mimicking OSX is cool when doing the same with windows is pure evil lol


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 Re: Re: why?

 
 by Galion on: Oct 19 2005
 
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Well, people dont hate apple as much
as they hate microsoft.
besides, some people run linux on a PPC,
and maybe they want theyre linux to look
like the OS that was ment to be on that computer.
or maybe its just because windows looks
like shit and Mac dont... :)


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 Re: why?

 
 by Ricardo on: Oct 28 2005
 
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It makes big sense. Some people are adicted to ms win look. I think win look is okay.

(But ms win functionality and stability is really f***ing, isn't it?)


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 Please help remove

 
 by mikecar52 on: Oct 11 2005
 
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It didn't turn out like the 2nd script or photos showed. Please help me get it off!. Since installing it I can't change to any other theme.


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 Re: Please help remove

 
 by arenyart on: Oct 15 2005
 
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Sorry I have not got back to you sooner. The script doesn't set up everything. It just puts the components on the system. You have to go in and set the theme up how you want it. ie. right click on your menu and add the kbfx button and remove the others. Set the window deco to akdc and the appropriate scheme. I used plastic for the silver xp theme with some custom colors. The "vliss" style is included and the script installs it. The classic theme is included with kde as well as much of the other "winodws like goodness" (sarcasm). Also, the script is not bulletproof and I actually recomend not to use it. If al else fails---delete you ".kde" folder in your home directory and restart kde. This will start you with a fresh slate.


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 Re: Re: Please help remove

 
 by oMasta0 on: Jul 9 2006
 
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I just wanted to recommend to just copy the .kde stuff into another directory. That way if all else failes, you can overwrite the modified one, with the backed up copy. "Linux... so many ways", hehe.


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 Why?

 
 by jeipi on: Oct 14 2005
 
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Looks cool, i can use this in our internet cafe here :)
Never thought it would come to this, this is really evil... I hate windblows =)


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 Too dumb to install

 
 by Zefram on: Nov 7 2005
 
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Hi. Would you mind to help me (total newbie) to install this theme? In fact I do not prefer windows-look but my colleagues certainly do (and I have been commanded to switch back to Win - so I wish to "switch"). I have run all sh's I have found :) but it seems more complicated that that. ? Thanks


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 Geeze

 
 by oMasta0 on: Jul 9 2006
 
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That's too bad that you decided to remove the links and stuff. After all, you had good points, some people like to theme their system to look like Mac or even Windows. Secondly , it does seem that it's outstanding to mimmik Mac, but is evilish to mimmik Windows, pretty lame, but that's the way some people are. I suppose it is OK to LOOK like a windows destop, as long as it doesn't perform like it ;-) To "create" a theme that would make the windows "look" is creation, it is a creation of a theme. The only part I can see about "copying" is that the look was copied, but then again, aren't many also "copying" Mac's look with their themes? Stand by your creations! Who cares if SOME don't like, you can't please everyone all the time, and different people have different tastes. So be proud of your work. I am not a Windows fan either (else I would be using it), but I stand beside you, and congradulate you on your work and efforts to create themes that would give a familiar look and feel for those that are transitioning from M$'s OS into a Linux based distro.


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 Everything?

 
 by chekitnow on: Jul 9 2006
 
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Could you give me the Icons and the Winow and so own?
thx
chekitnow123


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