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QtCurve (KDE4, KDE3, & Gtk2 Theme)

   1.8  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

Score 81%
QtCurve (KDE4, KDE3, & Gtk2 Theme)
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QtCurve (KDE4, KDE3, & Gtk2 Theme)
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  196892
Submitted:  Jun 7 2006
Updated:  Jan 16 2013

Description:

This is a set of widget styles for Qt4/KDE4, KDE3 and Gtk2 based apps.

0.49 is the first version to have a Qt4/KDE4 port. This version may be compiled with just Qt4 - in which case the KDE4 control panel config dialog will not be built. See the INSTALL file for more details.

The fonts and colours for the GTK themes will be read in from your Qt settings - so any KDE font/colour changes will also affect your GTK apps.

**NOTE:** The Gtk3 release has been removed, as the Gtk theme API has changed!

NOTE: kde-look.org had a server crash, and the original QtCurve entry was deleted.




Changelog:

KDE4
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1.8.14
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1. Fix loading of kwin decoration/config under KDE4.9


KDE3
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1.8.5
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1. Allow scrollbar sliders to be as thin as 5 pixels. At this setting, sliders will be squared.


Gtk2
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1.8.16
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1. fix memleak with newer versions of cairo.




LicenseGPL
Source(KDE 4 - 1.8.14)
Source(KDE 3 - 1.8.5)
Source(Gtk 2 - 1.8.16)
Source(Previous KDE4 release (1.7.2))
Source(Previous KDE3 release (1.7.1))
Source(Previous Gtk2 release (1.7.2))
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 Gtk2 doesn't compile

 
 by SvenArcher on: Jan 20 2011
 
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If I'm reading the output correctly, it looks like the problem is here:

CMakeFiles/qtcurve.dir/wmmove.o: In function `qtcWMMoveChildrenUseEvent':
wmmove.c:(.text+0x84b): undefined reference to `gtk_widget_get_state'

My Gtk2 version is: gtk2-2.16.6-1.8

Let me know if you need more information.


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 Re: Gtk2 doesn't compile

 
 by CraigD on: Jan 20 2011
 
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Replace gtk_widget_get_state with GTK_WIDGET_STATE


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 Re: Re: Gtk2 doesn't compile

 
 by SvenArcher on: Jan 20 2011
 
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That fixed it. Thanks!


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 Maximize bug on twinview?

 
 by koko2k on: Jan 21 2011
 
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As you can see in the screenshots , when i maximize a window some part of the decoration falls to the other screen.
I'm using an nvidia card with a twinview setup.

Note: this only happens if window effects (xrender or opengl) are active


Shot1:
http://wpage.unina.it/aorefice/sharevari/max1.png
Firefox window maximized in the right screen, you can see a little vertical white line on the left screen, i painted a red box around it.

Shot2:
http://wpage.unina.it/aorefice/sharevari/max2.png
Firefox window maximized in the left screen, you can see a white point in the right screen (you have to zoom to see it well), i painted a red circle around it.

Link to qtcurve setting:
http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/CurveDomina+Qtcurve?content=126954

Thanks.


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 Re: Maximize bug on twinview?

 
 by CraigD on: Jan 22 2011
 
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Odd, I've just tried - and cannot reproduce this. Which version of NVIDIA drive and kwin are you using? I'm on KDE 4.6 RC2, and NVIDIA 260.19.06


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 Re: Re: Maximize bug on twinview?

 
 by koko2k on: Jan 24 2011
 
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Here happens with kde 4.5.5 + nvidia driver version 260.19.29
Screen resolution is 1280x1024 (2560*1024)


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 Re: Re: Maximize bug on twinview?

 
 by koko2k on: Jan 27 2011
 
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Today i installed kde 4.6 and upgraded nvidia drivers to 260.19.36, but unfortunately the (not so important after all) issue remains.


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 Non-square toolbutton icons

 
 by vasthu on: Jan 30 2011
 
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Is there a reason why to keep toolbutton icons square?

In QtCurve-KDE4 style/qtcurve.cpp lines 7671-7674

I'm writing a program with non-square toolbutton icon, which is 90x16 pixels.

In the standard oxygen theme it shows up fine (90 x 16).


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 Re: Non-square toolbutton icons

 
 by CraigD on: Jan 31 2011
 
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It's to fix some non-square buttons in Amarok. But I can make those lines Amarok specific, if removing those lines helps with your code.


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 Re: Re: Non-square toolbutton icons

 
 by vasthu on: Jan 31 2011
 
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Oh okay, I don't use Amarok and I've been using a modified version of it (with the lines commented out).

It's up to you, if it's easy enough to make it Amarok-specific. Otherwise I can make a different toolbutton if the user is running qtcurve.


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 Re: Re: Re: Non-square toolbutton icons

 
 by CraigD on: Jan 31 2011
 
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I'll remove the code from QtCurve - it doesn't seem to do anything even with Amarok now, so its just useless clutter.


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 opacity

 
 by anderslund on: Jan 31 2011
 
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Hi, i'm trying with opacity today, and finde it odd that some parts of my windows are blurred, others not - typically the window title is not blurred, the menubar is, the toolbar is not. on some windows, one label is blurred and the next not.

The effect would be nice if all was blurred!


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 Re: opacity

 
 by CraigD on: Feb 2 2011
 
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Which version of QtCurve? Which toolkit (I assume Qt4) What apps? Can you provide a screenshot?


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 Re: Re: opacity

 
 by anderslund on: Feb 4 2011
 
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Screenshot here: http://wstaw.org/m/2011/02/04/qtcurveblur.png

I'm using qt 4.7.1 and qtcurve 1.8.4 and KDE 4.6 on archlinux

The problem with application windows is similar to the one with the config dialog in the screenshot. Menus cause no problems.


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 Re: Re: Re: opacity

 
 by CraigD on: Feb 7 2011
 
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Widget style blur:
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I think this may be a bug in kwin. I've just tried with the latest bespin, and it has the same issue.

The style sets a kwin property containing the region to be blurred. This region also contains the parts that are *not* to be blurred. It looks as if kwin thinks that top-left in this region is the same as the top-left of the window decoration. Whereas top-left in the region is actually top-left of the window contents. This caused the blur region to be "titlebar size" too far up, and "window border width" too far left. (Hope this makes sense!)

I tried to hack around this, by obtaining the window decoration size, and adjusting the blur region by the required amount. This worked for non-maxized windows. However, for maximized windows, the decoration size is different - but the X atom containing this is not updated, so my workaround breaks.


KWin decoration blurring:
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If kwin is started with a QtCurve theme that supports opacity, then it /should/ work - and at least does for me. It might be that when you start with an non-translucent style, then change to one, that the correct setting is not applied. I'll try to work on this.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: opacity

 
 by anderslund on: Feb 7 2011
 
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Is this reported as a bug for kwin then? If not, I will happily do it :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: opacity

 
 by CraigD on: Feb 7 2011
 
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Couldn't find a bug report.

Just tried oxygen-transparent, and it too has the same issue.


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 firefox background picture

 
 by koko2k on: Feb 1 2011
 
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Would it be possible to paint the background picture under firefox window too?


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 Re: firefox background picture

 
 by CraigD on: Feb 2 2011
 
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Nope, sorry.


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 gtk2 problem

 
 by repsakkgn2 on: Feb 4 2011
 
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I guess it is somehow caused by this
4. Use correct shade for highlighted menuitems when not using the highlight colour, and the popup is shaded.
now if I set dark menubar and set menu to use menubar colors it's ok in qt apps but in gtk apps the highlighted item text is dark, though it's white in qt.


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 Re: gtk2 problem

 
 by CraigD on: Feb 4 2011
 
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Please send your QtCurve settings to me via email - my address is in the AUTHORS file.


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