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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:  84358
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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 Debian/Sid & KDE3

 
 by redrat on: Feb 21 2003
 
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Works fine for me with Debian/unstable and KDE3.1RC6.


./configure --prefix=/usr
make
make install

does the thing.

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 mm...

 
 by fanon on: Feb 21 2003
 
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i use woody, but i tried the ./configure --prefix=/usr command to no avail.


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 XRender?????

 
 by jrs on: Feb 21 2003
 
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Has anyone found information about when this would be a reality? IE when XRender will be complete. It seems there is little information. I would love to see an anticipatory time line...

I think KDE is outpacing other facets of OS development projects...


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 QT...

 
 by davidsansome on: Feb 21 2003
 
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As far as I know, the XRender in CVS already supports alpha blending. But before KWin can do real drop shadows, QT needs to support alpha in it's QColor class. It's possible that shadows could be done without it, but it would need really dirty hacks to get around QT :-(
I'm going to have a go at this next, and see what happens


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 Its nice but...

 
 by nothingface on: Feb 21 2003
 
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since I dont raise upon focus I get the shadow outline artifacts. Does some funny things with wine also. I run lotus notes here at work under wine and to shift desktops produces big blocks of colour accross all other workspaces where the 'wine window' shadow was...


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 yes,

 
 by soto on: Feb 21 2003
 
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yes, we know about this. As said before, the code is not really meant to work; but just to give a feeling of what we _really_ should like.

As for wine, what I do is click on the bacground to get rid of focus in the wine window, then change desktop.

Or else, you can disable shadows ;-)


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 KDE 3.1 needed?!!

 
 by ra1n on: Feb 21 2003
 
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I've tried to build this on kde3.0.5-RedHat (and kde 3.0.4 on slack8.1) with qt3.1.1 and the configure gave me this error:
checking if UIC has KDE plugins avaiable...configure: error: not - found you need to install kdelibs first.
What is missing? kdelibs-devel are installed.
I need KDE 3.1?


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 3.0.5? why?

 
 by soto on: Feb 21 2003
 
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Is there any particular reason for you to use kde 3.0.5? Check http://kde-redhat.sourceforge.net/

There you'll find unofficial, uncrippled kde 3.1 packages, they work like a charm.

In my box, it was a matter of ./configure --prefix=/usr, but you may have to give additional options ...



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 Thanks

 
 by ra1n on: Feb 21 2003
 
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I saw them but I have not downloaded them for two reasons
1)I've got a 56k modem :-( so I have to go to a friend house to get it

2) I'm not sure if the qt are compiled with the RH freetype lib(I've seen a particular procedure here on kde-look)but probably I could use the SRPM
Well I will try, thank you


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 ARGH

 
 by Doches on: Feb 23 2003
 
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ARGH....There are redhat binaries on sourceforge? WHERE do you go to read these things -- I just spent 4 days trying to get 3.1 up -- Finally tried konstruct, but i'm 56K'n, so that wasn't cool...bleah...


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 color scheme

 
 by phoenix on: Feb 21 2003
 
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Hi!! Your idea is fantastic!!
And the color scheme you are using in your screenshots is fantastic too!! Please, can you send it to me?? my email address is cesaredemarco@email.it

Thanx a lot!!

Ciao ciao from Italia, European Union


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 awesome

 
 by bopeye on: Feb 22 2003
 
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awesome - my macintosh OS-X friends will be astonished when i show them this.


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