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Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

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Downloads:  19110
Submitted:  Nov 24 2005
Updated:  Apr 25 2006


This is my second Clearlook-like KDE style. It is based on QtCurve (thanks to felipe for the hint).

I hope you like it.


** version (bugfix release)
- thanks Gabriel C. for the patches and hints)

** version 0.9.9
- Text entry field has border
- fixed combobox arrow button
- ...

** version 0.9.8
- removed unsed spaces from popup menu, when icons are disabled
- some other somaller things

** version 0.9.7
- menubar has gradient
- fixed round edges for selected popup menuitem
- some smaller fixes

** version 0.9.5
- darker menubar background colour can be enabled/disabled
- popup menu background colouring level can be configured in config dialog (100 = bg colour; less 100: darker; greater 100: lighter)

** version 0.9.4
- coloured top border on selected tab
- some small fixes

** version 0.9.3
- smaller border for statusbar
- fixed combobox entry field

** version 0.9.2
- fixed problem with menu and toolbar borders (thanks to HermanR )
- fixed color of activated and enabled popup menu item

** version 0.9.1
- fixed height of seperator in popup menu
- relayout config page
- fixed background coloration of popup menu

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 SUSE Linux RPMs

 by loki on: Nov 26 2005
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available here:
(from 2005-11-27 06:00 GMT+1 on, after the nightly repository sync)

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 Configuration dialog

 by HermanR on: Nov 26 2005
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In the configuration dialog, I have to set the 'Menubar and toolbar border level' to 'Dark' in order to get no border, so I guess the options 'Dark' and 'None' are switched.

Apart from that: I like the style very much! (And it fits very well with my Firefox and Thunderbird that use the default Gtk2 look with Clearlooks.)

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 by techniq on: Nov 27 2005
Score 50%

First off.. I really enjoy you 'porting' the theme.. I actually like it better than plastic (the subtle gradients are nice). One thing I'd like to see revised though is the text inputs, more specifically the drop down type (such as the address bar in konqueror, etc). They seem to outlined compared to the rest of the theme, and IMO stand out too much.

It would also be nice if you could add a line under the menu options, but not under the toolbars.. but this is much just a personal request.

Oh, and lastly, if the lines in statusbar could be set as an option to be lighter (similar to plastik) or even removed (similar to lipstik), that would be nice as well.

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 great style!

 by dherik on: Nov 29 2005
Score 50%

excellent work!

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 by techniq on: Nov 30 2005
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Thanks for implementing my suggestions so quickly!!! :)

One small note.. I noticed a little graphic glitch on the address bar of konqueror when I resize its width.. its farily subtle and I can supply a screenshot if needed (not sure if anyone else is experiencing it?)

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 Great work !

 by mxt on: Dec 1 2005
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IMHO this style is a great step towards desktop integration.

The two big problems I see are:
- colors: they are still so different from the standard version of clearlooks.. The menubar, the background of menus, the button gradient..

- more spacing: the gnome style has big widgets ! It would be a real innovation to port big buttons and spaces to the kde world.

In the meantime, thank you, and if you need some manpower, let me know..


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