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Skulpture

   0.2.4  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

Score 74%
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Homepage:  Link
Blog:  Link
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  64870
Submitted:  May 26 2007
Updated:  Feb 8 2010

Description:

Skulpture is a GUI style addon for KDE programs. It features a classical three dimensional artwork with shadows and smooth gradients to enhance the visual experience.

Skulpture has been designed to be light and easy on eyes; many distracting borders or graphical elements have been removed or replaced by simpler artwork. See NOTES and README for additional information.

Skulpture is released as source code under the GNU GPL version 3 license; see INSTALL for installation instructions and COPYING for additional information.

Gentoo build kindly provided by Franz Fellner, Thanks! For binary packages, please check with your distribution.




Changelog:

New in 0.2.4:

This version fixes two crashes and other bugs visible with KDE 4.4. Updating is recommended.

Bugfixes:
* fixed possible crash when destroying MDI windows
* fixed possible crash when destroying menus
* fixed Tab key handling in Konversation
* fixed detection of default font (KDE 4.4)
* fixed menu item rectangle and input handler (Qt 4.6)
* fixed text rendering in vertical ProgressBar
* fixed frame in "east" TabWidget (Qt 4.6)
* fixed workaround for KIntNumInput size bug (KDE 4.4)
* fixed MDI window title placement with RTL layouts
* fixed ToolBar icon size to respect KDE setting (KDE 4.4)
* fixed single click mode to respect KDE setting (KDE 4.4)
* fixed vertical centering regressions (Qt 4.6.1)
* fixed vertical alignment of labels in FormLayout (Qt 4.6.2)
* fixed flashing of ScrollBar in PlacesPanel
* fixed widget flags in KWin window decoration client
* fixed menubar margin for improved full-screen usability
* fixed "Alternate Background" color in Skulpture color schemes
* fixed build warnings (KDE 4.3)
* fixed build failure with Qt 4.1

See NEWS for changes in previous versions.




LicenseGPL
Source(0.2.4)
SUSE(0.2.4 - openSUSE 11.4 - 12.1 - 12.2)
Gentoo(0.2.4 - Gentoo ebuild)
Source(Skulpture home page - unstable snapshots)
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 Using it

 
 by PARENA on: Jul 16 2008
 
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I'm using it right now. It looks very, very nice indeed. :)


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 Re: Using it

 
 by skulptor on: Jul 17 2008
 
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Thanks PARENA, nice to hear that you like this style :) If you find something that could be improved, please add a comment here, as I am currently planning features for 0.2 series.


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 bug?

 
 by xep on: Jul 18 2008
 
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Hi Christoph.

It seems to me strange that the QLineEdit shows rectangles instead of symbols if QLineEdit's echoMode is 'Password'. Is this feature or bug?
I think that will be more habitual if rectangles was replaced to stars.

Regards.


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 Re: bug?

 
 by skulptor on: Jul 18 2008
 
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No bug, you need to have a font which has "Symbols/Dingbats" characters from Unicode. The character used for passwords is "eight pointed rectilinear black star", code 0x2737 or ✷

You do not need to select this font, just have it installed. Qt automatically picks characters from multiple fonts. Use kcharselect to check.


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 Re: Re: bug?

 
 by xep on: Jul 18 2008
 
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oh, I forgot to say that Skulpture was builded under win32 without kde4-libs.
No additional fonts installed. Native Qt styles shows stars.


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 Re: Re: Re: bug?

 
 by skulptor on: Jul 18 2008
 
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Okey, try http://skulpture.maxiom.de/releases/skulpture-0.1.3.1.tar.bz2


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: bug?

 
 by xep on: Jul 18 2008
 
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is's much better.
Thanks


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 Configuration

 
 by deniseweird on: Jul 18 2008
 
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It would be nice if we could have some configuration options. For example someone asked for more roundness. I also think it would be nice if we could have it. Though it doesn't need to be default, just that we have the ability to choose roundness level. And maybe other options too.


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 Re: Configuration

 
 by skulptor on: Jul 18 2008
 
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Thanks denisewierd for your suggestions. More configuration is planned for future versions.

Please have a look at older comments; there is a tip on page 2 how to get rounded buttons when compiling from source. I do not like them, but your mileage may vary.

What other options could be useful?

Thanks,
Christoph


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 Options

 
 by deniseweird on: Jul 19 2008
 
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Yeah, I read about that. I will take a closer look at it soon. But it would be better if we could choose in KDE's settings I think.


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 More feedback

 
 by deniseweird on: Jul 19 2008
 
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Ok, I just tested compiling with more roundness for buttons. It was nice. Though like I said, it would be nicer if you could choose it in the Style settings. Also, configuring roundness of other elements would be good. I will give more feedback soon :P


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 by xep on: Jul 20 2008
 
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Hi.
I habe a question again :)
try such code:
Quote:
QLabel* label1 = new QLabel(tr("label1"), this);
QLabel* label2 = new QLabel(tr("label2"), this);

groupBox = new QGroupBox(tr("groupBox"), this);
groupBox->setCheckable(true);

QHBoxLayout* topLayout = new QHBoxLayout();
topLayout->addWidget(label1);
topLayout->addWidget(label2, 0, Qt::AlignRight);

QVBoxLayout* layout = new QVBoxLayout();
layout->addLayout(topLayout);
layout->addWidget(groupBox, 10);


You can see no spacing between labels and groupbox. default layout spacing is -1 for me (Qt 4.4.0, MinGW). common PM_DefaultLayoutSpacing is 6 for vary other styles.

in skulpture.cpp i founded following code:
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case PM_LayoutHorizontalSpacing:
case PM_LayoutVerticalSpacing:
#if (QT_VERSION >= QT_VERSION_CHECK(4, 3, 0))
return -1;
#else
return fontSize(option, widget) / 3;
#endif


can You say something about?


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 Re:

 
 by skulptor on: Jul 20 2008
 
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I just tried your program, and there is space between labels and the group box here, code http://www.pastebin.ca/1077387, screenshot http://imagebin.ca/view/a-3Ca8kP.html
Did you use setLayout() on your "this" widget?

Regarding -1 spacing value, see http://doc.trolltech.com/4.4/qstyle.html#layoutSpacing


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 Re:

 
 by skulptor on: Jul 20 2008
 
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I just tried your program, and there is space between labels and the group box here, code http://www.pastebin.ca/1077387, screenshot http://imagebin.ca/view/a-3Ca8kP.html
Did you use setLayout() on your "this" widget?

Regarding -1 spacing value, see http://doc.trolltech.com/4.4/qstyle.html#layoutSpacing


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 Re:

 
 by skulptor on: Jul 20 2008
 
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I just tried your program, and there is space between labels and the group box here, code http://www.pastebin.ca/1077387, screenshot http://imagebin.ca/view/a-3Ca8kP.html
Did you use setLayout() on your "this" widget?

Regarding -1 spacing value, see http://doc.trolltech.com/4.4/qstyle.html#layoutSpacing


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 Re:

 
 by skulptor on: Jul 20 2008
 
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I just tried your program, and there is space between labels and the group box here, code http://www.pastebin.ca/1077387, screenshot http://imagebin.ca/view/a-3Ca8kP.html
Did you use setLayout() on your "this" widget?

Regarding -1 spacing value, see http://doc.trolltech.com/4.4/qstyle.html#layoutSpacing


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 Re:

 
 by skulptor on: Jul 20 2008
 
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I just tried your program, and there is space between labels and the group box here, code http://www.pastebin.ca/1077387, screenshot http://imagebin.ca/view/a-3Ca8kP.html
Did you use setLayout() on your "this" widget?

Regarding -1 spacing value, see http://doc.trolltech.com/4.4/qstyle.html#layoutSpacing


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 Re:

 
 by skulptor on: Jul 20 2008
 
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I just tried your program, and there is space between labels and the group box here, code http://www.pastebin.ca/1077387, screenshot http://imagebin.ca/view/a-3Ca8kP.html
Did you use setLayout() on your "this" widget?

Regarding -1 spacing value, see http://doc.trolltech.com/4.4/qstyle.html#layoutSpacing


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 Re: Re:

 
 by skulptor on: Jul 20 2008
 
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... and this site gives me internal error without saying that it actually posted the comment :)
Sorry for the flood...


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 Re: Re: Re:

 
 by xep on: Jul 20 2008
 
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> Did you use setLayout() on your "this" widget?

Yes, of course. I founded missing piece of code somewhere deep in :)
Quote:

QVBoxLayout* mainLayout = new QVBoxLayout();
mainLayout->setContentsMargins(0, 0, 0, 0);
mainLayout->setSpacing(0);
mainLayout->addLayout(layout);
setLayout(mainLayout);

Sorry for stupid question )

In other styles this dialog looked with spaces and I have thought that it is a bug.

Regards


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