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Alloy

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.1

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Alloy
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  28828
Submitted:  May 26 2003
Updated:  Jul 30 2003

Description:

A neat KDE 3.x style and KWin decoration based on the Java Alloy Look&Feel from Incors (http://www.incors.com).

*Please* read the file AUTHORS for credits.

Alloy 0.4 now includes a KWin decoration thanks to Sandro Giessl.




Changelog:

0.4.1a:
- Fix compile problem with QT less than 3.2 (Sandro)
- Fix compile problem with --enable-final (Sandro)

0.4.1
- Changes to the makefiles to fix some compile problems (Sandro)
- Alloyclient (Sandro):
* misc clean ups: buffering of areas which need more complex paintings
* add config dialog to configure text shadows, maximization behaviour and border thickness
- Fix incorrect text colour and gradient on menubar item mouseover
- Fix drawing of combobox arrow panel on large comboboxes.
- Added basic colour scheme

0.4
- Include Sandro Giessl's nice Kwin decoration (Thankyou Sandro!)
- Redo splitter drawing
- Separate drawing of gradients on toolbars/menubars and buttons
- Make gradient intensities user-configurable (see README)
- Add (optional) hack to use extra colours on some widgets (see README)
- Redo toolbuttons, tidy KFileDialog toolbars
- Fix crash with KToolBarWidget (as used by Konqueror)




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 wonderful style

 
 by wpbasti on: May 26 2003
 
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i love this style... more clear then keramik but a nice fresh look, too.

- could you make the padding of the buttons bigger... the text seems to be to near to the border

- is it possible to colourize the menubar in an other scheme compared to the toolbars?

- If I open Konq I have 3 toolbars. Is it possible to detect if the a more then one and then stretch the grandient over all existing bars... without the menubar? And only split the bars with a light line. Could you understand?


Sebastian
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 Re: wonderful style

 
 by shogun on: May 26 2003
 
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About button padding, you can modify it by editing line 1720 of file alloy/alloy.cpp

It worked...I suggested 8...
Bye!


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 Re: wonderful style

 
 by dbrownlees on: May 27 2003
 
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Button size is now on my TODO :)

Could you please explain further what you mean by colourize the menu bar in another scheme?

About stretching the gradient over several toolbars, AFAIK noone has yet figured out how to do it cleanly.


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 Re: Re: wonderful style

 
 by wpbasti on: May 27 2003
 
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mhh, not so easy to describe... revert the grandient for example. Or darken the colours a bit. So that there is a more visual help to clearly seperate menubar and toolbar.


Sebastian
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 GTK

 
 by Yaba on: May 26 2003
 
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Does anyone know a similar GTK skin?


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 Re: GTK

 
 by eggs on: Jun 19 2003
 
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Lighthouse Blue is a similar gtk2 theme


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 Re: Re: GTK

 
 by Yaba on: Jun 26 2003
 
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Where can I get Lighthouse Blue? It's not available on themes.freshmeat.net.

Does anybody has a screenshot?


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 this is cool

 
 by fab on: May 26 2003
 
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and is there a matching GTL-style maybe?


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 Re: this is cool

 
 by fab on: May 26 2003
 
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I mean GTK

sorry about typo

Fab


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 default kde path

 
 by Fingel on: May 26 2003
 
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What is the default path for a KDE installation? I have many directorys with kde files in them, which one should I use for prefix in the configure script?


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 Re: default kde path

 
 by bdufour on: May 26 2003
 
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Try to locate the one which has a share/apps subdirectory which contains a bunch of folders named after KDE apps.

Popular KDE dirs are /usr and /opt/kde. If you use Gentoo Linux, then your kde dir should be /usr/kde/<version>.


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 Re: Re: default kde

 
 by Fingel on: May 27 2003
 
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I tried opt/kde3 and it did put the themrc file in the themes folder, but it dosnt show up in the theme selection. I also tried /home/usr/.kde which also has an apps/theme folder (or something like that) but that dosnt work either.
Has anyone installed this wonderfull theme under Mandrake 9.1?


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 Re: Re: Re: default kde

 
 by bdufour on: May 27 2003
 
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alloy.themerc should go in ${KDEDIR}/share/apps/kstyle/themes and alloy.la and alloy.so both go in ${KDEDIR}/lib/kde3/plugins/styles.

That works for my setup, but I use Gentoo, not Mandrake


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: defa

 
 by Fingel on: May 27 2003
 
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For some wierd reason, it still wont work. Its ok now though, I just took the old alloy v1.0 and after folloing around for a while, got it to look the same as 2.0 Thanks for the help anyway!


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 Re: default kde path

 
 by dbrownlees on: May 27 2003
 
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It depends on your distribution - however I find a good clean way to install kde stuff is to /usr/local and add 'prefixes=/usr/local' under [Directories] in my system.kdeglobals (under /etc/kde3/ in Debian. No idea about other distros).


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 Re: default kde path

 
 by Doc on: Jun 23 2003
 
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It depends on your distro.
RedHat splits everything between /usr and the root dir (/). It's difficult and unconfortable to compile kde components for ReHat.
If i don't remeber bad, Mandrake installs Kde in /usr.
Debian based should be /usr/kde3.

Personally i never install kde from distro, i just install the X stuff and development stuff.
I install the whole self compiled kde in the /usr/kde


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 Thank you!

 
 by Exdaix on: May 26 2003
 
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Alloy 0.2 fixed my problem where YaST (I use SuSE) and some other root privelaged programs would not have the alloy style. Now it works perfectly. Excellent!


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 Alloy and QT

 
 by mast3r on: May 26 2003
 
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I have program based only on QT - alloy don't work. Programs KDE is OK.

In qtconfig Alloy-0.2 is visible and active. (There was not in 0.1)


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 Re: Alloy and QT

 
 by dbrownlees on: May 27 2003
 
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The QT program has to use at least QT3 and be willing to load style plugins. It could be that the programs are QT2 or ignore custom styles. If qtconfig can find the plugin the it's probably installed correctly.


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