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Domino

   0.4  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

Score 74%
Domino
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  116817
Submitted:  Jul 18 2006
Updated:  Feb 16 2007

Description:

Domino is a style with a soft look. It allows to fine adjust the shininess of the widgets by customizable color gradients.


Changelog:
0.4
* new option for indented / non indented menu items
* new option for highlighted tool button icons on mouse over
* the button look for tool(bar) buttons is now optional
* new rubberband options
* smaller tabWidget margins
* respects Gwenview's / Kicker's taskbar applet / Konversation's own mousewheel handling for scrollviews
* clipped popup menu edges, for a better look with KWin's shadows (Beryl seems not to support it).
* fixes pixmaps on PowerPC architecture
* fixes functionality of some popup QToolButtons and adapts their look and behavior to KToolBarButtons
* the content of popup menus with a side pixmap is visible again (Amarok, Digikam)
* adapts KMenu's section header style
* fixes Kickoff's tab icon alignment
* fixes possible crash with enabled text effect
* lets apps using their own label colors on tabs (if they're not defaulting to a fixed color like konsole)
* decoration: option "dark window frame" draws a darker frame
* decoration: borders are hidden when in maximized mode and moving / resizing of maximized windows is not allowed.




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 domino style engine

 
 by Apprentice on: Nov 11 2007
 
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hi,
i'm looking for the required domino style engine. It's supposed to be found on http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Domino?content=42804. But this is just the site were i find the domino style.
Were do i get the engine?


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 About progressbars

 
 by lhrrwcc on: Dec 3 2007
 
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I saw a lot of request to change the color of the progressbar, so i decided to give a little help.

If you download the sources, you can check the file domino/data.h and look for

static const QRgb progressTile_data[] = {


the contents is generated by qembed program, (for info man qembed).

So if you want to change the texture, or just put a color, you can create a png image and then convert it with qembed then replace the hexcodes of that variable with the generated by qembed and then you get a new progressbar


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 Re: About progressbars

 
 by Kadano1 on: Dec 9 2007
 
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Can you tell me the command to convert the png file to the new one?


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 Re: Re: About progre

 
 by lhrrwcc on: Dec 10 2007
 
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the name of the program is qembed.

I think this shows that is always nice to provide the images so one can make some adjustenments instead of redrawing.


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 Tab bar background

 
 by Ace2016 on: Dec 11 2007
 
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Hi, i really like this theme but there is one little thing that keeps bugging me in konqueror:

http://img227.imageshack.us/my.php?image=snapshot3uh0.png

Its the colour of the tab bar background, does anyone know how i can change that?


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 Remote Access

 
 by MrGrim on: Dec 12 2007
 
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This theme is very good. I was introduced to it using kdemod in archlinux. Overall I only have two complaints. One minor and one rather significant.

The first is the lack of a mouse over effect. I can get use to this.

The big issue, however, is the theme is not friendly to X protocol based remote access. The method I am using is FreeNX. The biggest problem is the toolbar buttons continually redraw themselves.

I would like to help in any way I can to test this. I would be more than happy to provide an account on my home system to log into using the nxclient from nomachine.com to test this.


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 no borders hidden

 
 by gp42 on: Dec 18 2007
 
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This theme is very good but I prefer that when maximized the window the borders do not hide. Is it possible?

Thanks!!!

gp


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 Compiz + Domino

 
 by giupenni on: Dec 20 2007
 
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When Compiz is enabled, only with Domino when I maximized the borders are hiden.


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 Re: Compiz + Domino

 
 by linuxfever on: Dec 27 2007
 
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Yeah, that happens. Try this emerald theme instead


http://www.compiz-themes.org/content/show.php/Domino?content=59525



and use emerald as your window decorator.


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