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When I HAVE to use XP. . .I CRYSTALIZE

  

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When I HAVE to use XP.  .  .I CRYSTALIZE
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When I HAVE to use XP.  .  .I CRYSTALIZE
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Submitted:  Oct 12 2002
Updated:  Oct 14 2002

Description:

Just thought it would be fun to bring my fav Linux icon package over to my XP desktop. Thanks Everaldo !




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Added a second screenie with a different wallpaper : )




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 dreaming of...

 
 by mononoke on: Oct 12 2002
 
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*KDE could be cumstomizeable like shown in your screenshot one day...*


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 by byteme on: Oct 12 2002
 
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That would be sweet. Talented coders like Mosfet could help lead the way. I think having REAL transparency hardcoded in XFree86 would make some things easier.


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 yes...

 
 by anonymous on: Oct 12 2002
 
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but not only that, i think, the whole "Kicker-panel" should be 'worked over'. i am thinking about some simple things, i really wonder, why noone did already, i can't be too much work.
1. right mouse-click on kicker offers possibility to 'remove' all applet-handles. (i found already a function in panel-property-dialog to make the applet-handles invisible (well in the 3.1beta version) but they still use the space!!!)
2. everybody knows, that kicker-backgrounds-pictures are really great, but, the use of it is not making happy all the time.. the clock has just got a color as background, but the date is transparent (means, it's showing the actual kicker-background,/that should be the correct way!)
then..
3. "Liquid-style" has got a function in the property-dialog, to colorize the 'border' or frame of the kicker-panel, well, that's a good idea if people just use a simple colored (1 color) background for the kicker. but, if using a nice multi-colored background-picture, then painting/drawing the border/frame is really annoying.
(if people don't know what i mean, have a look on these screenshots:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=1499

4. the items on the taskbar of the kicker, that is showing the open programs/windows should have their own style, that means, the style should be diffrent from the style of the 'konqueror detailed-view' showing the column-names like "file-name, file-type, file-size, etc.".
if you want an example, just have a look here: http://www.kde-look.org/content/preview.php?file=1499-3.jpg

well, this screenshot shows konqueror without the detailed-view, but, you may find out, that also Kmail (every program using a table-view) is showing that what i mentioned above.

well, thanks.
good night all :)


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 small detail

 
 by uga on: Oct 12 2002
 
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About the applet handles that use the space....
At around first alpha versions on the CVS head you could find that the applet handles did not take any space. You could put the applets just touching each other when the handle was off!
BUT, I don't really know since _when_, this 'feature' dissapeared. Somebody removed/changed it. Maybe to make the things more stable, maybe who knows why.


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 mmmm...

 
 by uga on: Oct 12 2002
 
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... I meant first alpha versions of kde 3 (not 3.1), so the feature was removed before 3.0 itself.


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 oh, i see

 
 by mononoke on: Oct 12 2002
 
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actually i didn't really try out a alpha or beta version of kde3, and didn't install alha or beta1 version from kde3.1, but i am using kde3.1-beta2, and it is really nice, i just wish there will be some general design enhancements like i mentioned above.


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 Style?

 
 by north on: Oct 12 2002
 
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What style are you using for XP there? WindowBlinds theme of some kind, or StyleXP? Since I occasionally have to use WinXP myself, it'd be nice to get hold of that theme also. So... where can I get it? :)


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 Ok

 
 by byteme on: Oct 12 2002
 
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I am using a Crystal msstyle theme for the taskbar and Mobydock for the dock you see on the bottom. Both of which are free I might add. For the icon replacement I used IconPackager. The crystalized winamp skin is for the winamp remote application. All of the above except for iconpackager can be found at www.neowin.net Enjoy!


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 damn, that's sweet

 
 by boban on: Oct 12 2002
 
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Give me info on how to get XP look like that....now! :D
My plan is to have XP lookin' like that for a while so my boss would see it...then i switch to KDE look similiar like that so my boss won't know im running linux :D


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 See above : )

 
 by byteme on: Oct 12 2002
 
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for your answers


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 WOW.

 
 by secretmethod70 on: Oct 12 2002
 
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I *NEED* this! That's so awesome - I can finally avoid that sick feeling after I reboot to play a game! :) Any chance you could provide a download of the redestributable components you're using?


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 Icons

 
 by DecayingOmega on: Oct 12 2002
 
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Where did you get the KaZaA icon, ive never seen it before but it would be a great addition to Crystal


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 .

 
 by byteme on: Oct 13 2002
 
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I leached it from Aqua-Soft.org that is currently down because of bandwidth limitations. Sorry I don't remember the link : (


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 by Atomb on: Oct 12 2002
 
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there's also a Keramik skin for windowsxp which you can get at getskinned.org.


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