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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://
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  197000
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.




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Source(Gtk 2 - 1.8.16)
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 QtCurve for Gtk3

 
 by tehnick on: Jul 6 2013
 
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Anyone who asked QtCurve for Gtk3 should read related article:
https://igurublog.wordpress.com/2012/11/05/gnome-et-al-rotting-in-threes/
It describes the current situation with Gtk3.


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 Re: QtCurve for Gtk3

 
 by tsujan on: Aug 6 2013
 
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That's exactly why I said goodbye to GTK3 and Gnome3. I felt oppressed under Gnome3 and felt free again with KDE. Gnome3 has lost so many of its users and I think even its developers don't use it.


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 New version available at github.com

 
 by yuyichao on: Sep 29 2013
 
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Hi everyone,

I have just released a new version of qtcurve-kde4 at github[1]. Although this is the first release after I started to maintain qtcurve and I am still getting familiar with the code, I am glad to say that the 1.8.15 version of qtcurve-kde4 does come with a few new features and bug fixes as you can see in the tag comment. I don't think I can upload tarball here so please just download the source code from github.

The compilation should be exactly the same unless you are making split package or manually installing some files, in which case you should change the directory name in your script. Some of the options have been renamed but all the old options should continues to work. The list of new options is available in the README[2].

Please download and try it out :). If you have any problems, please use the issue tracker[3] on github. Any suggestions, help or bug reports are all welcome.

[1] https://github.com/QtCurve/qtcurve-qt4
[2] https://github.com/QtCurve/qtcurve-qt4/blob/master/README-qt4.md#cmake-configure-options
[3] https://github.com/QtCurve/qtcurve-qt4/issues


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 Re: New version available at github.com

 
 by tehnick on: Sep 29 2013
 
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Congratulations! I am going to use sources from your git repos in official packages for Debian and Ubuntu in the future. Thank you for development of QtCurve. Because currently this project is only one real alternative for Oxygen themes.


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 Re: New version available at github.com

 
 by nick87720z on: Dec 27 2013
 
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Cool! When i made reports, i did not even know, that it is unmaintained S))


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 QTCurve Underline Fix

 
 by Zeroangel on: Oct 1 2013
 
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One of my themes had an 'underline' on list views that I couldnt get rid of, so I looked at someone's post which said that it appeared if max-rounded was selected as the rounding style, that it would permanently cause the underline to appear. So I opened a problem-free style (flat), exported the good version and, selected max-rounded and then went back to full rounded. This caused the underline to appear but not disappear. I exported the broken settings and compared them to the non-broken ones. Turns out that the setting which causes the underline (in the .qtcurve file is) focus=glow . Changing the setting to focus=standard will fix the underlining problem.


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 Re: QTCurve Underline Fix

 
 by yuyichao on: Oct 4 2013
 
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Confirmed.
I will try to make this better. In the mean time, you can configure this option in the General Tab.


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 1.8.17 Release

 
 by yuyichao on: Oct 18 2013
 
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Hi everyone,

Although it has only been 3 weeks since I released qtcurve-kde4 1.8.15, I feel like that the bug fixes and new features in master is enough for a new minor release. So here you go, get QtCurve-1.8.17 at github[0]. (In case anyone is wondering where is the missing 1.8.16, it is taken by qtcurve-gtk2 which is part of this release).

The most important new feature in this release, I guess, is the support of Qt5 (YEAH!!!), which was actually added a few months ago and was the first thing I did for QtCurve. Thanks to the (almost) perfect source code compatibility between Qt4 and Qt5, the port was rather easy with (almost) no missing features.

Other than the Qt5 port, for normal users, most of the changes compare to the previous release are bug fixes related to translucent background. (Some of the fixes are also launched in Oxygen-Transparent. =D). Although this feature is still considered experimental, most of the application misbehave that I have seen myself are fixed.

For packager and users who want to compile QtCurve themselves, there are some major difference in the build system and structures that you would need to pay attention to.

There are compile options to build QtCurve for Qt4/KDE4, Qt5, Gtk2 which are all enabled by default (instead of having different repos and tarballs for each of them). You can also control whether compiling with X11 support with the option `QTC_ENABLE_X11` (also enabled by default). Other old compile options have been renamed but most of the old name should still work in the next 1-2 versions. For a more complete list of supported compile options as well as some explaination, see the corresponding section in README.md[1].

Another difference is that some of the common code have been moved into a separate library called `libqtcurve-utils`. I'm sorry if this causes an extra split package (2 if include qt5...) for distribution packagers.

A more detail list of difference can be found in the ChangeLog.md as well as the release note[0].

Please get it and try it out. Again, although I have tried my best to fix bugs that I have found, there may still be missing ones, especially for the new Qt5 port and the (still) experimental translucent background feature. If you have found any bugs or have any suggestions, you are welcome to report them in the github issues tracker[2].

[0] https://github.com/QtCurve/qtcurve/releases/tag/1.8.17
[1] https://github.com/QtCurve/qtcurve/tree/1.8.17#cmake-configure-arguments
[2] https://github.com/QtCurve/qtcurve/issues


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 How can I disable context menu Shadow?

 
 by draco159 on: Oct 25 2013
 
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Or how can I fix this:

http://k42.kn3.net/E/4/1/3/B/2/308.png

I thought it was kwin but when I change my KDE style the shadow change or is disabled but I cant find this option in qtcurve config


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 Re: How can I disable context menu Shadow?

 
 by yuyichao on: Oct 25 2013
 
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There isn't a option for that.
Are you using the newest version, and which architecture are you using?


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 Re: How can I disable context menu Shadow?

 
 by yuyichao on: Oct 25 2013
 
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I cannot really see your screenshot clearly but I think the only thing that can go wrong is the byte order of the image sent to kwin as XPixmap. Could you please try this commit[1] (corresponding patch[2]) and see if it fixes your problem?

[1] https://github.com/QtCurve/qtcurve/commit/be35d33c8a29a7e9a60593861e3782399eb0271f
[2] https://github.com/QtCurve/qtcurve/commit/be35d33c8a29a7e9a60593861e3782399eb0271f.patch


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 Re: Re: How can I disable context menu Shadow?

 
 by draco159 on: Oct 26 2013
 
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I have the source from the first git link, where i apply the patch?

Sorry my english.


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 Re: Re: How can I disable context menu Shadow?

 
 by draco159 on: Oct 26 2013
 
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I never have applied a patch to a source code. Already I installed the package "patch" and I guess I should apply it somewhere using patch < xxx.patch


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 Re: Re: Re: How can I disable context menu Shadow?

 
 by yuyichao on: Oct 26 2013
 
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Well, first of all, are you really using the latest version on a non-x86/x64 architecture? If that's not the case, this patch is probably not going to fix your problem.

For applying the patch, you can find the link to the tarball in my previous comment (1.8.17 release). An easier way to do this is to just download the tarball for the branch I have cherry-picked the commit from github here[1].

If you think this patch is really relevant to your problem, (i.e. you are using the latest version on a big-endian machine) you can test this package without recompiling the whole package. Here's the commands you would need to compile and install the relavant part.

Quote:

cd <extract root>
mkdir build
cd build
cmake .. -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=<your prefix (usually /usr, sth like /usr/lib/<arch> on debian with multiarch)>
cd qtcurve-utils
make
# make install
(make sure the libqtcurve-utils.so* files installed with this command overrides the old one.)


[1] https://github.com/QtCurve/qtcurve/archive/endian-fix.zip


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 Re: Re: Re: How can I disable context menu Shadow?

 
 by yuyichao on: Oct 29 2013
 
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@draco159

Have you tried the patch? Does it fix the problem for you? And could you tell me your distribution, qtcurve version and architecture please?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: How can I disable context menu Sha

 
 by draco159 on: Oct 29 2013
 
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I am now trying the fix you gave me. I have Kubuntu 13.10 64Bits and I installed qtcurve from Ubuntu repos Qtcurve 1.8.14

My problem is the slight glow around the menu that I dont have when I am using Oxygen(with this one the shadow is black and thinner) or another default installed KDE style.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: How can I disable context menu

 
 by yuyichao on: Oct 29 2013
 
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In that case this patch is totally irrelavant for your case. (And that's why you should answer my question first.)........

The problem is probably in the png files to generate the shadow and I'll fix it later. However, it will not be backported to 1.8.14 since the code for doing that is totally different.


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 Re: How can I disable context menu Shadow?

 
 by yuyichao on: Dec 27 2013
 
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Ah... Finally find this bug report. It will be a lot easier for me if you could open an issue on github (or maybe bugs.kde.org in the future) instead of a comment here.

With a recent commit[1], the problem should be fixed (since the old shadow png files are not used anymore). The shadow WILL look different and I'm NOT sure if it looks better or worse than the old one so PLEASE test and give you idea on how it looks if possible.

Also, in the future, if sth looks ugly, instead of trying to work around it with an option, don't hesitate to just open an issue (well, checking if there is already an issue will be better). This will help me a lot since it is REALLY hard for me to test every combinations of configure options.

[1] https://github.com/QtCurve/qtcurve/commit/2a4576044570b152f17adf19cd8a27fa42092650


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 cant get rid of oxygen icons

 
 by donpedro69 on: Oct 30 2013
 
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Pls, help me to replace icon style for QtCurve.

Whatever I do, I everytime get gtk windows containing oxygen icons, and I want QtCurve to have my KFaenza icon set (or Faenza for gnome).
I tried lxappearance - with no effect (though ~/.gtkrc
contains my icon set).
Tried to edit /usr/share/themes/QtCurve/gtk-2.0/gtkrc also with no effect!
Am I to compile QtCurve with some changes?
I'm using KDE 4.8.5 on kubuntu 12.04
screenshot of desired iconset on gtk-oxygen:
http://www.4shared.com/download/ofXNcmie/macOSX-CaledoniaBlack-02.png?tsid=20131030-053521-310b153c
screenshot of QtCurve with ugly oxygen icons:
http://www.4shared.com/download/7dZWICkm/macOSX-CaledoniaBlack-01.png?tsid=20131030-053440-5c1f0ee1

Thanks for help!


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 Re: cant get rid of oxygen icons

 
 by yuyichao on: Oct 30 2013
 
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have you tried the "Use KDE icons" option?


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 Re: Re: cant get rid of oxygen icons

 
 by donpedro69 on: Oct 30 2013
 
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and where exactly am I to change it?


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 Re: Re: Re: cant get rid of oxygen icons

 
 by yuyichao on: Oct 30 2013
 
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In the configure GUI, "Advanced Settings" tab, uncheck the "Use KDE equivalent" in "Gtk icons".


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: cant get rid of oxygen icons

 
 by donpedro69 on: Oct 30 2013
 
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it helps only partially, i.e.:
when I choose now gtk-oxygen and then QtCurve (gtk+ widget appearance style tab) I can see my icons, BUT closing application and opening it again causes displaying AGAIN oxygen icons :(((


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: cant get rid of oxygen icons

 
 by yuyichao on: Oct 30 2013
 
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Which icon theme have you set for KDE and gtk2?
Both setting KDE icon theme + enable the use kde icon option and setting gtk2 icon theme + disable the use kde icon option works here. (tested with gtk-demo).
In which applications do you have the problem?
Which version of qtcurve are you using (although not sure if any old version has such a bug)? Maybe you can also try to remove .config/qtcurve/gtk-icons.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: cant get rid of oxygen ico

 
 by donpedro69 on: Oct 30 2013
 
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KDE icon set: KFaenza (patched)
gtk2 icon set: DON'T know - i have installed Faenza and gnome default
setting gtk2 icon theme
how to do it in kubuntu?
tested with gtk-demo
I get only small program with a lot of source code on right side ;)
In which applications do you have the problem?
EasyTAG, Gimp, and other gtk2 apps

qtcurve version 1.8.14 (KDE) and 1.8.16 (gtk2)

~/.config/qtcurve/gtk-icons removed!

with no effect so far :(



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