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QtCurve (KDE4, KDE3, & Gtk2 Theme)

   1.8  

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://
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  197584
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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 Request

 
 by unikum111 on: Jul 31 2011
 
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Thanks for your job.
I have request: (popup) menu shadows.


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 Re: Request

 
 by CraigD on: Aug 1 2011
 
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Hmm... This is because kwin 4.7 now no longer provides a generic shadow plugin - leaving shadows up to each theme. This is a terrible idea - each and every theme now has to implement a piece of code that was shared before.

If I get time, I will look into this. But, it would be **much** better for kwin to provide a generic shadow systems for themes that do not provide it.


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 Re: Re: Request

 
 by Moony on: Aug 16 2011
 
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I vote for you to look into this too!


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 KDE issue?

 
 by edio on: Aug 20 2011
 
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Do you think it is worth to open issue at kde bugtracker about this?

You would place some sort of appeal in the QtCurve description to vote for that issue and perhaps we'll force kde developers to review this decision about shadows...


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 Re: KDE issue?

 
 by CraigD on: Aug 26 2011
 
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Feel free to file a bug report. The kwin developers are aware of the issue, and I even sent a quick patch to 'fix' the issue - but I don't think it was 100% what was wanted, or at least I'm not sure...


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 Re: Re: KDE issue?

 
 by siride on: Aug 27 2011
 
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How hard would it be to implement menu shadows according to the scheme that Martin wants? Don't you just have to provide the 8 pixmaps? Even if it's not ideal, it'd be nice as a stopgap.


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 Re: Re: Request

 
 by elguavas on: Sep 30 2011
 
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how is it going with this?

menu shadows to lift the menu off the window background would make this the perfect theme! ;)

thanks for all your great work!


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 Colour mimicking without KDE

 
 by krigstask on: Aug 2 2011
 
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I got rid of KDE libraries and GTK apps have switched to standard (I believe) greyish theme. But they are still styled with QtCurve just like I had configured it. Qt apps are both coloured and styled properly.

Is colour mimicking supported without KDE?

qtcurve-qt4 1.8.8, gtk-engines-qtcurve 1.8.9

Thanks for best Free Desktop Thing ever, by the way.


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 Re: Colour mimicking without KDE

 
 by CraigD on: Aug 19 2011
 
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QtCurve reads its colour settings from ~/.kde/share/config/kdeglobals. Edit this file to change the colour settings.


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 Re: Re: Colour mimicking without KDE

 
 by krigstask on: Aug 20 2011
 
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Indeed it works! It's a strange thing that after kdelibs removal it ceased. Thank you for reply.


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 apply changes

 
 by eshkrig on: Aug 18 2011
 
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Hi!
Sorry for my English.

We have made ​​the global configuration file for all QtCurve users (/etc/kde/apps/QtCurve/global.qtcurve).
Each user have symlink ~/.kde4/share/apps/QtCurve/global.qtcurve to the global file.
Changes in the global file are not applied to users.
How do I make changes in the global file used for users?


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 Re: apply changes

 
 by CraigD on: Aug 19 2011
 
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Sorry - I don't 100% understand...

I assume you mean you have edited the code so that QtCurve reads '/etc/kde/apps/QtCurve/global.qtcurve' to get its default settings?
The files stores in ~/.kde4/share/apps/QtCurve/ are *just* used by the config panel. QtCurve reads its per-user settings from ~/.config/qtcurve/stylerc

So, to have you're global one used for each users, sym link from /etc/kde/apps/QtCurve/global.qtcurve to ~/.config/qtcurve/stylerc


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 Re: Re: apply changes

 
 by eshkrig on: Aug 21 2011
 
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Thank you very much. This is what I need.


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 Custom QSS

 
 by greggel on: Aug 25 2011
 
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1. You are doing still a great job!
2. Is it possible to add a custom qss? I have a good looking one for dolphin and want to use it for all applications.


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 Firefox 6 buttons for QTcurve?

 
 by pinguin74 on: Sep 3 2011
 
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Under MS Windows Firefox 6 has a nice big, orange button. Can this button be added to Qtcurve? Qtcurve is my top favourite style. For window decoration I use Crystal 2.0.5 preview.


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 Re: Firefox 6 buttons for QTcurve?

 
 by exalm on: Sep 13 2011
 
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https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/themed-button-for-linux/


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 Qtcurve and Qt 4.7.8

 
 by pinguin74 on: Sep 10 2011
 
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Hello, I have tried the current Qtcurve with Qt 4.7.8 (aka Qt 4.8) and KDE 4.7.0. I have to say Qt 4.7.8 provides a futuristic and smooth look. But, it eliminates most borders and lines. Thus, input boxes do not have any borders which is awkward. Could you test Qtcurve against Qt 4.7.8? Thanx!


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