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Aqua OS K

   2.0  

Window Decoration native KDE 3.x

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Aqua OS K
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  84359
Submitted:  Feb 20 2003
Updated:  Mar 3 2003

Description:

This is the Acqua window decoration, modified to draw drop-shadows behind the windows, configure rounded corners, and put the application icon in the title bar. It also does Mac OS X style shadows, thanks to the alpha-tables by noonespecial:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=4922

(Other credits in the README file)

There are still some rendering bugs which can't really be fixed until both X and QT fully support alpha-blending.

There is a Mandrake 9.x RPM here:
http://www.davidsansome.com/aquaosk-2.0-1mdk.i586.rpm
This should work on other modern distros as well.




Changelog:

Lots of changes since the last release:
* Shadows can be drawn behind ALL windows
* Shadows redraw properly (ie. no shadows over kicker)
* Configurable buttons
* Configurable borders
* All l3m's changes (and others)
* Various bug fixes

The next release (out in a few days) will let mouse clicks pass through the shadows - I havn't had time to do that today, but it's pretty easy ;-)



License:
GPL

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 useful hints?

 
 by soto on: Feb 20 2003
 
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it would really help everybody if people added comments on exactly how to compile this code on different plattforms. In Rh 8.0 + rex dieter kde packages (see sourceforge), it worked with just ./configure --prefix=/usr; make; make install (as root).

m.j.soto


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 Prefix

 
 by davidsansome on: Feb 20 2003
 
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The most important one is probably the --prefix=... option to ./configure. Point it to whereever KDE is installed, for example:

./configure --prefix=/usr

Also, make sure you have the QT and KDE devel packages


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 phew!

 
 by uga on: Feb 20 2003
 
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There's something wrong in the configure file. I'm using kde & qt-copy from cvs head... and the configure doesn't seem to be able to recognise qt. Neither found libXext, which is there... I have no other option than tweaking it....

I'm 110% sure I'm using the proper --with-qt-dir & --with-prefix ... and so on. Done it hundreds of times ;-)


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 please,

 
 by soto on: Feb 20 2003
 
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keep us informed, so as to improve in the future.


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 me stupid

 
 by uga on: Feb 20 2003
 
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of course I meant --prefix (not --with-prefix) ;-) Anyway, the problem remains there.


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 Errr...

 
 by uga on: Feb 20 2003
 
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No problem, solved,... the problem was of automake/autoconf... sorry for bothering you.


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 Re: Prefix

 
 by thebanzai on: Apr 16 2003
 
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I've always wondered, why can't the configure script figure out where the installation is. After all, it configures all other complicated-looking things.


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 Slight glitch...

 
 by acollins on: Feb 20 2003
 
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Looks great!! One thing...It seems shadows are drawn on hidden window edges when using pointer focus and no raise...


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 right there!

 
 by soto on: Feb 20 2003
 
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I knew this would pop up! Yes, it's buggy, and no, I don't know at the moment how to fix it.

m.j.soto.

PS: would you care to post your configure/make line?


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 Hehe

 
 by redmac5 on: Feb 22 2003
 
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I noticed this as well and was about to comment on it, but someone else came first ;)
Is there a way to determine what part of a window is hidden through the KDE API? Then you would 'just' not render in that area.


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 Compile this

 
 by jrs on: Feb 20 2003
 
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This may or may not help anyone... but I have noticed some problems compiling

My compile options
./configure --prefix=/usr --disable-debug --with-qt-dir=/usr/qt

with the notes that:
you must have your "qt lib" directory specified in /etc/ld.so.conf. A lot of people are using unofficial packages. I compile kde et al from source. I keep "qt" in /usr/qt and "qt lib" in /usr/qt/lib and "qt include" in /usr/qt/include and have found that this package will not compile with out /usr/qt/lib in /etc/ld.so.conf. Other packages will. So it is never safe to assume that you are 110% sure of anything, but then YMMV.


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 installed, but...

 
 by reks on: Feb 20 2003
 
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Hey.. this is great! Thanks for the great work... I could install it on my rh8.0 machine. but there seem to be few problems:

1) In the "configure acqua" tab, there is an option for update-interval. What is that for? I tried putting in some value for that and saw the shadow of the active window becoming bigger and thicker with time :-(

2) If I use "focus follows mouse" and "click to raise", then we run into some strange problems. Suppose the active window is behind another one... you see the window border + shadow of the active window on top of the other window. Gives a glass-slab-on-the-window effect :-) Can it be fixed?

Apart from those, it is just right! This should be a trend-setter...

Cheers!
--R


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 Re: installed, but..

 
 by davidsansome on: Feb 20 2003
 
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The update-interval time is meant to update the shadow every x milliseconds. It doesn't always work though - sometimes it just puts a shadow over the existing shadow, like what was happening with you.

Point 2 can't really be fixed without alpha blending support built into QT and X :-(

David Sansome


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 RH8.0 build

 
 by ra1n on: Feb 21 2003
 
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You built it on RH8, tell me how!!!
I've tried with qt3.1.1(compiled with support for RH hacked freetype ass seen here on kde-look) and kde 3.0.5 but it gave me an errorr(see my other post) probably it needs kde3.1
How you installed kde3.1 on RH8?
RPMS(from where?) or source? and you're able to use the hacked freetype in order to render the fonts like the RH standard KDE?


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 yeah...

 
 by Goamaus on: Feb 20 2003
 
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that is really really good!!! got the suse 8.1 rpm to hack, now it runs under my debian ;-)))


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 deb?

 
 by fanon on: Feb 20 2003
 
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i hope there is a debian package in the future. i am also have tons of problems re. qt, and have tried many of the suggestions here but to no avail. i am also getting a lot of weird unmet deps regarding lots of dev packages. zis shood not bee.


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 Strange

 
 by davidsansome on: Feb 20 2003
 
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Sorry about all the build problems - I don't know what's happening. I used the build system from KDE 3.1, so I see no reason why people are getting all these problems. Works fine here (MDK Cooker)


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