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Powder

   0.6  

Window Decoration native KDE 3.2 +

Score 74%
Powder
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  6845
Submitted:  Oct 8 2005
Updated:  Oct 31 2005

Description:

I got inspired by some plasmoids mockups I saw while surfing around.

The content frame is part of the windec. The borders are larger than the usually so thin and unreachable borders --Usability!-- but they don't look so.

Please note the styled menu button. The usual icon never reacts like the other buttons so I replaced it. (This is optional.)




Changelog:

0.6:

- Double click on menu button now close the window.

- On request, the windows can keep their round corners even when maximized.

- Config dialog re-worked. There's room for some more options.


0.5:

- Shaded windows are now more compact and looking better.

- The buttons glow the same way on active and inactive windows. That's also looking better.


0.4:

- KeepAbove and KeepBelow now have a different icon when activated.

- Button icons slightly changed --for the best, I hope. Old buttons are still available. (See README.)




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 Just a little bug!!!

 
 by mattfly on: Nov 2 2005
 
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I found just a little bug, I'm running a opensuse 10.1 alpha 1 version, I've the kde 3.5 beta 2 installed.

For my tv (on XawTV) I'm used to remove the window border, to have just the screen above all the other windows, I keep it quite little.

If I do this, KDE crash, and every border disappear!

Can you fix this?

THANKS, for this really best theme!


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 Re: Just a little bu

 
 by Maxilys on: Nov 4 2005
 
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Well, I can't reproduce this bug. On my SuSE 10.0 with KDE 3.4.3, I can remove the decoration from any window whether they are fullscreen or not, do anything I want with the ALT+F3 menu and my KDE keeps on working.

I don't know where it comes from but because of my bad experiences with KDE 3.5b2, I'd say it's the culprit.

I've "tortured" my windec engine more than you can imagine for years and I've never seen it bring any KDE in its fall. So, I don't know in which direction I could look for a bug.

Did you re-build it for KDE 3.5? (Just a stupid idea that came to my mind.) I spent more time downgrading KDE 3.5b2 back to 3.4.3 than using it and I don't remember how my windec worked, if it ever worked.


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 Re: Re: Just a littl

 
 by mattfly on: Jan 11 2006
 
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It's a problem that affect even some other theme, not often like yours, but I think it's related with a KDE 3.5 bug.

I definetely don't know exactly


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 distclean

 
 by pusling on: Nov 7 2005
 
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Hi! I really like this. I do, anyway, have one simple request; it would be nice if 'make distclean' was run before you made the tarball for all of us.

pusling@pusling:~$ tar xjf 29935-powder-0.6.tar.bz2
pusling@pusling:~$ cp -a powder-0.6/ powder-0.6.orig
pusling@pusling:~$ cd powder-0.6
pusling@pusling:~/powder-0.6$ make distclean
[snip output]

pusling@pusling:~/powder-0.6$ cd ..
pusling@pusling:~$ diff powder-0.6 powder-0.6.orig/ Only in powder-0.6.orig/: Makefile
Common subdirectories: powder-0.6/admin and powder-0.6.orig/admin
Common subdirectories: powder-0.6/autom4te.cache and powder-0.6.orig/autom4te.cache
Common subdirectories: powder-0.6/colorscheme and powder-0.6.orig/colorscheme
Only in powder-0.6.orig/: config.h
Only in powder-0.6.orig/: config.log
Only in powder-0.6.orig/: config.status
Only in powder-0.6.orig/: libtool
Common subdirectories: powder-0.6/powderclient and< powder-0.6.orig/powderclient
Only in powder-0.6.orig/: stamp-h1

Thank you!


Sune
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 Re: distclean

 
 by Maxilys on: Nov 7 2005
 
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I just discovered "distclean" no so long ago but I didn't know what it was for. ;-)

I used to only do "make clean" before to make an archive but I'll clean my mess for the next time. I promise.


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 Nice work!

 
 by AnXa on: Nov 14 2005
 
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This is really the one überalles window decoration. I recommend it.


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 KDE 3.5

 
 by Maxilys on: Nov 17 2005
 
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I just updated my KDE to 3.5 RC1 and Powder keeps on working without a glitch. The sources don't even need to be patched to make them under the new KDE. (I'm happy.) ;-)


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 window not shown

 
 by amitr on: Nov 21 2005
 
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I compiled and installed it on kde 3.3.2 + xfree. However, when I select it in the control center only the left border of all windows are shown... This is wierd - I only see vertical lines where the left border is - I do not see any other part of any window, so I cannot even change it back. Had to manually modify winrc file.

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks,

Amit


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 Re: window not shown

 
 by Maxilys on: Nov 24 2005
 
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I'm really amazed by your bug. I haven't the slightest idea what may cause it. There shouldn't be such an in between situation. A windec either works or not. As for preventing you from changing it, that's way too strong.

While I was developping it, I managed to crash Powder and all I got was no windec at all but everything else worked, including changing the windec to another one.

As far as I know, Powder should work even with KDE 3.2 because that's the moment I developed the engine for the windec Mallory.

I definitively have no idea. Maybe a cosmic particle hit your processor during compilation? ;-) If you haven't already done it, you should try re-building it, or else upgrading your KDE to 3.4+.


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 Re: Re: window not s

 
 by amitr on: Nov 24 2005
 
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I removed evrything, re-downloaded powder, compiled and installed it, then I discovered this was not the problem. I forgot to mention that I'm working with a Hebrew locale. Once I switched to en_US.UTF-8, everything was fine (and I could enjoy the beauty of powder ;-) ). Switching back to he_IL.UTF-8 returned the "bad" behaviour. What actually happen, is that all windows somehow shrunk to a width of about 10 (ten) pixels. So what I see are vertical bars instead of windows, with a height of the original window but a width of about 10 pixels. This is why I couldn't switch to another windec - you merely cannot use any window in this situation, you don't see, e.g., any button. It now seems to me as a bug which is related to some RTL or LTR ordering. I can email you a screenshot of the control center when powder is selected, let me know if you are interested. Also, if you think I can in someway help you resolve this just let me know.

Thanks,

Amit


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 Re: Re: Re: window n

 
 by Maxilys on: Nov 27 2005
 
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Yes, yes! I'd like to see this bug in action. Send a PNG that I don't loose a single pixel and the colorscheme if it's not one of those I provide. Maybe I'll understand what's going on.

And, is Powder the only windec that mis-behaves? Please, try all windecs available on your system and make a list of those which work and those which don't. That would be very helpful for me to compare their sources.

We're gonna crush that bug! ;-)


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 i like it alot

 
 by l1nx on: Jan 13 2006
 
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..i like this win deco very much...using it ;)

but i was wondering if you cold make the lightning to come from both sides...left an right as top and bottom ... so it's everywhere .. :) ... the thing is it seems to me as an frame ...so it looks nice...

thanks ;)


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