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QtCurve (KDE4, KDE3, & Gtk2 Theme)

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Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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QtCurve (KDE4, KDE3, & Gtk2 Theme)
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QtCurve (KDE4, KDE3, & Gtk2 Theme)
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Link:  http://
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  195565
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
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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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 Oxygen alike

 
 by adomas187 on: May 7 2011
 
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Can it mimic Oxygen style? I would like to use it if it won't be different from original KDE SC Oxygen theme :) I can't get GTK+ 2 and 3 and KDE 4 look the same...


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 Re: Oxygen alike

 
 by CraigD on: May 27 2011
 
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Oxygen itself already has a Gtk2 and Gtk3 port - and will blend much better than Qtcurve.


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 qtcurve for gtk3/GNOME3?

 
 by darose on: May 11 2011
 
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Are there any plans to re-release the gtk3 version? It's been a bummer having all my gtk apps coming up in a different theme since the gnome 3 upgrade.


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 Re: qtcurve for gtk3/GNOME3?

 
 by Moony on: May 12 2011
 
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And, from what I've gathered, it's also a bummer that your apps are coming up with *gtk3*. ;)


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 Re: qtcurve for gtk3/GNOME3?

 
 by CraigD on: May 27 2011
 
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At the moment, no. Sorry. Its just going to be a *lot* of work. I did re-factor the Gtk2 codebase to make a Gtk3 port easier. But to be honest, I now use Oxygen, and don't have the time/enthusiasm to learn Gtk3's new CSS themeing.


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 Re: Re: qtcurve for gtk3/GNOME3?

 
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Any possiblity of doing some type of export of a theme to gtk3 instead? Perhaps that's essentially the same thing, or maybe that's easier. Just a thought I had.


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 Gtk2 Shortcuts

 
 by Contrast on: May 13 2011
 
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I've noticed that, for Gtk2 programs, keyboard shortcuts for menubar items don't work if the menubar is hidden. Is this a limitation of Gtk2 itself, or something that could be remedied within QtCurve?


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 Re: Gtk2 Shortcuts

 
 by CraigD on: May 27 2011
 
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Which app? And which Gtk2 version? I've just tried with GIMP, and short-cuts still work for me. But to be honest, if they're not working I'm not sure if QtCurve can do much - all I do is set the visibility flag of the menubar.


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 Re: Re: Gtk2 Shortcuts

 
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Sorry I wasn't more specific to begin with. Gtk version is 2.24.4 (I'm on Kubuntu 11.04, using the latest QtCurve on KDE 4.6.3). As far as which programs: Synaptic, APTonCD, Nicotine+, OpenShot, and probably a few others I can't recall at the moment. Interestingly, today I noticed that the official Last.fm client, which is Qt-based, also has this problem.


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 XBar bug

 
 by curfew on: May 14 2011
 
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When XBar is enabled and menubar is set visible, there is an unpainted line in the main window (follows window bg). If menubar is hidden, the line will disappear but XBar won't work either.

http://sj87.hopto.org/xbar/menubar-hidden.jpeg
http://sj87.hopto.org/xbar/menubar-visible.jpeg


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 Dialog boxes

 
 by steveke on: May 24 2011
 
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Hi Craig,

I have just discovered that if I set any transparency for dialogs, they always open at the top left (0,0) position. Setting back to 100% opacity makes them behave normally again.


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 Re: Dialog boxes

 
 by megabaks on: May 26 2011
 
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compiz? )


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 Re: Re: Dialog boxes

 
 by miki100 on: May 27 2011
 
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I also have this issue and no, I'm not using compiz.


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 Re: Dialog boxes

 
 by CraigD on: May 27 2011
 
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This is due to Qt creating a new widget when the opacity setting is changed. QtCurve (and Bespin/Oxygen-Transparent) try to help this by moving the widget far, far, away so that kwin takes control and places it properly. This is obviously no longer working.

Can you try the following patch: http://paste.kde.org/75247/

This should 'fix' things for dialogs, but wont affect windows. These still get placed at 0,0 - not sure how to fix that.

Anyway, let me know if the patch works for you.


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 Re: Re: Dialog boxes

 
 by steveke on: May 28 2011
 
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Thanks Craig - Yes, the patch works great.


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 Re: Re: Dialog boxes

 
 by miki100 on: May 28 2011
 
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As to normal windows: maybe it could be possible to create windows without opacity and apply opacity after the window is created? I'm not familiar with Qt or KDE development, so I don't know if it will work.


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 Re: Re: Re: Dialog boxes

 
 by CraigD on: May 28 2011
 
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The problem is that after the opacity is set, Qt creates a *new* widget - nothin I can do about this. Sorry. Opacity is just a hack anyway!


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 KDE 4.7

 
 by adee on: Jun 4 2011
 
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Hi Craig!

Do you have any plans to make it work with the new shadow system that KDE 4.7 has?


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 Re: KDE 4.7

 
 by CraigD on: Jul 10 2011
 
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I'm not sure what these changes are. I'll wait until 4.7 is out, and then make any required changes - if I get time...


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