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Klearlook

   0.9.9.2  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

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Klearlook
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Klearlook
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Downloads:  19084
Submitted:  Nov 24 2005
Updated:  Apr 25 2006

Description:

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

I hope you like it.




Changelog:

** version 0.9.9.2 (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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 Too big dist. menu

 
 by ceplm on: Jun 2 2006
 
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Hi,

I am totally in awe over this style -- it pushes away all thoughts about switching to Gnome far far away! :-). Actually, working on pushing this into Debian!

However, is it just me or there is really to big distance between individual items in menu? See for example this (true, Qt app, but it is same in true KDE apps as well) http://myfiles.neu.edu/cepl.m/debian/lyx-sshot.png

Is there a way how to change this distance, please?

Thanks,

Matej


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 Too big dist. menu

 
 by ceplm on: Jun 2 2006
 
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Hi,

I am totally in awe over this style -- it pushes away all thoughts about switching to Gnome far far away! :-). Actually, working on pushing this into Debian!

However, is it just me or there is really to big distance between individual items in menu? See for example this (true, Qt app, but it is same in true KDE apps as well) http://myfiles.neu.edu/cepl.m/debian/lyx-sshot.png

Is there a way how to change this distance, please?

Thanks,

Matej


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 Binary

 
 by tonren on: Jul 16 2006
 
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For God's sake, distribute your bloody binary!!!


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 Re: Binary

 
 by ceplm on: Aug 1 2006
 
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http://packages.debian.org/testing/kde/kde-style-klearlook
(or something else, according to your distribution)


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 nice idea

 
 by Enso on: Jul 31 2006
 
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nice idea! could you make a clearlooks-cairo variant?


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 Installation

 
 by justix on: Oct 2 2006
 
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It sounds good. I have extractet the files to my desktop but I don't get it installed.

Can somebody help me. Im a noob in those things :).


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 scrollbar: up button

 
 by janet on: Oct 7 2006
 
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I really like the style - but can you *please* add an option to get a second up button at the bottom of the scrollbars (which is the typical KDE style) like e.g. the polyester style does?


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 Re: scrollbar: up button

 
 by pollymorf on: Dec 29 2006
 
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I totally agree.

Look at other styles and see what you can implent. Nothing beats the feeling of klearlooks. I would hate to see the development stagnate :)

Great great great work!


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