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Domino

   0.4  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

Score 74%
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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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 please fix this bug

 
 by janet on: Feb 24 2008
 
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http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=143408

I really love the domino style, don't use any other, but it has a extremely nasty bug: some buttons don't work, e.g. the lyrics editor button in amarok (you cannot leave the editor anymore, you have to close amarok)!

There seem to be some more of this kind, e.g. the full path of the files in amarok metatags is not shown (only "/home...d.mp3") which works with any other style. And the more-arrows in toolbars don't work most of the time (in 1 of 1000 times it seems to work).


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 Re: please fix this bug

 
 by dax918 on: Feb 25 2008
 
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Interesting. I'm the closest thing to a maintainer right now, the KDE4 port is my priority for the moment, once I finished it, I'll fix these bugs for the next KDE 3.5. version. There's a quick fix, you don't need to close Amarok, you can drag that icon to the window below it using the left or middle button.

If you spot another problem please let me know.

Regards
daX


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 Re: Re: please fix this bug

 
 by janet on: Feb 25 2008
 
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Thanks a lot for your answers! I now use the domino style with a lot more joy knowing I'm neither trappend in amarok's editor anymore nor am forced to shorten my toolbars to avoid expanders :).


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 Re: Re: please fix this bug

 
 by janet on: Feb 25 2008
 
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Indeed I do have another one: When I hover over pictures in konqueror it displayes an info tooltip with a thumbnail. When I hover over a photo which contains a small thumbnail first this small thumbnail is shown in the tooltip and then it changes to a larger view. Alas the thumbnail window does not resize accordingly when I use the domino style so that the information is cut. I have to rehover over the picture to have proper picture information view.

http://img141.imageshack.us/img141/7983/dominostylekonqpicturetpz8.jpg


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 FIXED

 
 by dax918 on: Feb 28 2008
 
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I fixed this one, consider this problem solved for the next update.


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 Re: please fix this bug

 
 by dax918 on: Feb 25 2008
 
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I confirmed the second bug as well. I added it to the queue.
The third is not technically a bug, the expander behaves different. Rather than the 'press and release' button behavior it expects a 'press and keep pressed' instead in order to display the menu. Nevertheless I agree, I think it's something that can be improved.


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 Re: please fix this bug

 
 by Dhraakellian on: Mar 11 2008
 
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Workaround for the Location field in the Track Information window: click the <Next> button and then the <Previous> button (or vice versa).

Of course, this only works if you have multiple tracks in the playlist (or multiple tracks selected if you're viewing information for tracks not in the playlist).


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 make install errors

 
 by Roidusoleil99 on: May 5 2008
 
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During checkinstall of the theme I got the following messages:

Quote:
/usr/bin/install: cannot stat `.libs/kstyle_domino_config.lai': No such file or directory
make[2]: *** [install-kde_moduleLTLIBRARIES] Error 1


Hope somebody can help.


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 make install errors

 
 by Roidusoleil99 on: May 5 2008
 
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During checkinstall of the theme I got the following messages:

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/usr/bin/install: cannot stat `.libs/kstyle_domino_config.lai': No such file or directory
make[2]: *** [install-kde_moduleLTLIBRARIES] Error 1


Hope somebody can help.


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 Re: make install errors

 
 by dax918 on: May 7 2008
 
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Sorry but I need more details, why are you using checkinstall? Linuxfever made a .deb package if that's what you are looking for.

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=74031


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 Yes

 
 by vlain on: Feb 27 2008
 
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Probably the best theme ever created. I'll pine for kde4 version... (when?).

Thanks-bye


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 Re: Yes

 
 by dax918 on: Feb 28 2008
 
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I'm considering publishing a beta soon, I think it would be safe to say before the release of Hardy Heron and OpenSUSE 11.0 beta1 (mid April). Still, between now and then someone else might post an alternate port much earlier, at least other 2 users are working on their own ports right now, perhaps more.

Me, I don't want to be responsible for another half-finished KDE4 port. I'm writing the entire code from scratch, I chose the hard way because there are some known issues with the style but mostly because I want to take Domino to the next level. I have a couple of ideas that will make the wait worthy.


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 Providing images

 
 by lhrrwcc on: Mar 4 2008
 
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It would be really really nice if the author of the style can provide the images, like the scrollbars, the buttons, the progressbars, the text fields, so one can edit them..


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 Re: Providing images

 
 by dax918 on: Mar 4 2008
 
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Already added to the next update too.


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 Re: Re: Providing im

 
 by lhrrwcc on: Mar 4 2008
 
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That's cool, im glad im getting some feedback, i already hacked the progressbar humbly so now it has better contrast. Also I changed the DarkColor function so if you choose the option "Draw Toolbar buttons as buttons" the effect of being a pressed button is more visible , also it works for headers.

Also, is there any way for you to upload the code as in sourceforge or soemthing so ppl can upload their work or at least, to not have to wait for a release in order to see the improvements?


Thanks again


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 Re: Re: Re: Providing im

 
 by dax918 on: Mar 7 2008
 
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I also considered the sf.net approach since I already have an account there, so development can continue to move forward, think of how the kernel and its patches are distributed, pretty much the same idea. But rather than only patches, I'm trying to figure out a way to allow a more dynamic way of changing the decoration that doesn't involve code editing and recompiling, since a lot of nice decorations are made by non-programmers. Some users already do this by using Domino along with other enhancements and engines such as Emerald. This way you can add as many mods as you want without the risk of breaking the code. It would have to be easy to apply and memory friendly above all.


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 porting to kde4

 
 by mononoke on: Mar 15 2008
 
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thank you,
for porting domino-style to kde4, i also like the new kde4-style, but i used domino since a long time and i like that very much too!
keep up the good work!

now i slightly moving to kde4, (removing kde3 apps day by day, only keeping the most important ones.)


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 Re: porting to kde4

 
 by dax918 on: Mar 16 2008
 
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Hi, thanks for your comments

Quote:
now i slightly moving to kde4, (removing kde3 apps day by day, only keeping the most important ones.)


You're a lucky guy, I had to reinstall KDE4 plus dev dependencies over 10 times in 2 weeks. Looks stable (relatively) on the surface but whenever I need to install or upgrade a core library everything falls apart. Too many crashes and annoyances for the moment so I'll wait for 4.1 myself.


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 Thanks, but...

 
 by koko2k on: Mar 26 2008
 
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Like someone said, it's totally useless if used with no-machine/freenx, because Cpu goes to 100%.
Do you plan to workaround thit issue?


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 Re: Thanks, but...

 
 by dax918 on: Mar 27 2008
 
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Perhaps you can help me, have you tried KDE4? Is this problem reproduceable with Oxygen too? Any other styles show the same problem or is it just Domino?


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 Re: Re: Thanks, but...

 
 by koko2k on: Mar 29 2008
 
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I never tried KDE4.x nor oxygen, but with other styles such as qtcurve the issue is not present.


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 Re: Re: Re: Thanks, but...

 
 by dax918 on: Mar 30 2008
 
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I was not familiar with this issue nor this program. I did a search trying to locate the root of the problem and I found a lot of statements such as these ones:

Quote:

"NX is great - MUCH faster than VNC! But I do NOT recommend using FreeNX unless you want an exercise in frustration, or at least have access to the older client software (that, at least, seems to work, but not perfectly - in particular, I had font display issues when using FreeNX that I could not resolve, even after many hours of effort)."

"While NX is much better at bandwidth, it comes at the expense of CPU usage. All that proxying, caching, compressing, encrypting comes at a cost."


Considering the number of features it has, Domino is already optimized. There's not much (actually nothing) I can do. I did also a search about Oxygen and CPU usage,

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"During this time Plasma and XOrg are heavily using the CPU. Moving around a window makes again ~58% CPU load (by kwin). Moving the mouse over the taskbar gives me 60% CPU usage by plasma AND 50% CPU usage by XOrg."
http://www.kdedevelopers.org/node/3062


The KDE devs seem they have trouble with these issues too, needless to say, I neither possess their knowledge of the internals nor the resources at their disposal, so I'm sorry I won't be able to help. I also won't visit this site for a while like I posted recently, so I'm sorry I can't provide further assistance.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Thanks, but...

 
 by koko2k on: Mar 30 2008
 
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I use nx in a lan with 60 windows Pcs served by a dual xeon@4.2Ghz which gives access to a gentoo installation.
it's just... lighting fast.

Anyway, thanks for answering and keep up the good work.


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 header gradient

 
 by gobata on: Apr 21 2008
 
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Hi, Excellent work!

I like it so much. The only think I would change is to have the possibility to modify the style in the (kicker) taskbar.

Currently, when the mouse moves on top of a taskbar button (application name) the style is "based" on the "header gradient".

It would be nice (if possible) to distinguish header from the taskbar.


Regards,


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 Re: header gradient

 
 by dax918 on: May 7 2008
 
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Sorry for the delay. All credit goes to Michael Lentner, he's a very good coder. You also made a good suggestion, but are you talking about KDE 3.5 or 4.1? The latter replaced kicker and for the moment all I had with plasma were frustrating experiences, they also changed the plasma libraries so I have to look at it in detail again to see what changes need to be done.


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