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xp kdm-theme

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KDM3 Theme

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Downloads:  8697
Submitted:  Jan 11 2006
Updated:  Mar 24 2006

Description:

kdm theme with win xp style.
similar as possible. if anyone knows how to make the password-field appearing with a mouseclick, please contact me.
would be nice to have it identically.
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Yes,- i know, linux is better than windows.
But there are people out there, who needs to be in a familiar environment when starting a computer.
For those people i made this theme.




Changelog:

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to put things right just from the beginning:
As long as there are unskilled people who wants linux looking similiar to XP,
there should be skilled people who make things looking similar to XP..

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Kde-Look sometimes doesn't handle the file in any way. So i have to post the direct link here:
http://home.wtal.de/psychologie/xon/winlogon.tar.gz

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BSD-Logo added: Thanks to A. S. Yatulchik



License:
kdm-themes are GPL.

All rights of the Window Logo belongs to Microsoft(c). The use of it, is only meant to be an example. Please change the gear.jpg after download.
If it breaks any law i do not know, please contact me immediately.

The Script code is based on the \"gear\" theme by Edward Nigma.


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 Sorry mfriedrichs

 
 by BorgQueen on: Jan 11 2006
 
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mfriedrichs, please don't be offended. If this is what makes you happy, if you like it, that's great. And you do have a right to share it here. But I have to understand the comments before mine.

Being a computer builder/vendor I've sold and supported Windows machines, that was until 6 years ago. Windows was, IS, such a horrible OS (its really a GOS, Gaming Operating System). It cost a fortune to support and doesn't do a tenth of what Gnu Linux, The BSDs and other REAL Operating Sytems can do.

M$ didn't / doesn't know enough about its own product's behavior and problems, to offer any real support. I speak from experience. It took me 15 mins to convince an MS tech person that MS Word, was an MS product.

Out of curiosity, I test all the other version of windows, only to find it just keeps getting worse. Linux shouldn't emulate a bad OS that comes from a company that views the people of this world as cash cows and slaves.

I'm very angry with the recent trend of calling directories "Folders". Its misleading, which, I suspect, is why M$ began doing it. To miss-education the user. 90% of all windows users I know, can't use a computer. They don't really understand the first thing about it. That's just wrong as well.

I have a feeling that you're an XP user exploring Linux. You like it and the freedom it offers but you're not comfortable enough to leave windows. That's ok, give yourself time. Once you see the beauty and power of FOSS, you will never look back.

"You must learn the ways of the Source young one"
BorgQueen steps off her soapbox.


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 lol

 
 by felipe on: Jan 14 2006
 
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a part from this being pretty useless and ugly, but...

"thorwalds"?

WTF?


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 Re: lol

 
 by mfriedrichs on: Jan 15 2006
 
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Am i wrong that the unix kernel was programmed by Linus Thorwald ? (Maybe it's misspelled..)


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 Re: Re: lol

 
 by Ekardnam on: Jan 15 2006
 
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*Torvalds


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 Re: Re: lol

 
 by loggeman on: Mar 15 2006
 
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As the first one answered: His name was Torvalds.

And NO, he did not write the Unix kernel. He wrote the Linux Kernel back in 1991.


I never stop to amaze about the advanced features in the human bodys's simplicity.
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 Ouch!

 
 by TubaSoldier on: Jan 20 2006
 
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I like the look of linux. I like the look of kde, gnome, xfce, blackbox, fluxbox, enlightenment, ect. Lets make sure we keep our morals up here.


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 Re: Ouch!

 
 by mfriedrichs on: Mar 12 2006
 
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Linux is strong, because it is modular and flexible.
The strength of linux is also hidden in its capabilty of changing its interfaces to make it as usable as possible.
If you like Linux, it doesn't matter what it looks like.
But if you like that worthy feeling of beeing "unique" or "individual"
or beeing the member of a "really cool group", you don't really like Linux, but only what it makes you feel.
Keep this in mind if you ever argue against something "other".

Now, there was made another Logo for that theme, and i'm glad to see, there are people standing silently aside, enyoing the theme:
Open-minded People without prejudices...
Thats's what linux need.
Thanks to A. S. Yatulchik for this nice bsd-logo !
I will put in online as soon as posssible.


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 go 4 it

 
 by beany on: Mar 15 2006
 
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Hey I think maybe some people get upset cause they pay for thier linux. It's a free world and if your using linux hopefully your using a free distro and making a nice little donation for the cause. If you wanna skin out your superior OS go for it. You truly have the right and you will have satisfaction that under that skin lies the yummy sweetness that is Linux. I skin out my xp pc to resemble my Kanotix so the little time that I am forced to spend on it is as painless as possible. I must say the dirty sludgy feeling still permeates. yuck


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 lol

 
 by PikoPiko on: Mar 15 2006
 
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I guess this is only good if you want to go for that confuse people into thinking their using Windows XP. Hmmmmmmm, this is gives me some ideas.

But other then that, I really don't see why?


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 Re: lol

 
 by johnbrun on: Mar 16 2006
 
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So, you add this theme and trick a user into believing he/she has windows XP. Wouldn't you want to be there when they tell other windows users..."no, my system never crashes!" Priceless....


Both my marriages were obviously windows based. Didn't work, crashed continuously, cost thousands, and had no local support..
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 sry

 
 by tuxxland on: Mar 15 2006
 
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...don´t like it ...


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