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Alloy

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.1

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Alloy
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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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 deeeelovely!

 
 by pippi on: Jun 30 2003
 
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Hej!

Wow and thank you, this is soo nice, i use it and am very impressed and satisfied. This style has all i want!

Thanks ;)

Pippi from Sweden


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 Great!!

 
 by ushohet on: Jun 30 2003
 
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Awesome theme! I use it since 0.1 and I it just gets better with every new release!
Big thanks to Sandro - keep it up!


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 GREAT!!!

 
 by kaishu on: Jun 30 2003
 
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This is one of the best contributions ever made to kde-look. Thank you all.


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 color sheme

 
 by ajacoutot on: Jun 30 2003
 
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Hi !

great style :)
What color-sheme are you using in those screenshots ? It looks great.
Thanks...


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 Re: color sheme

 
 by dbrownlees on: Jun 30 2003
 
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~/.kde/share/apps/kdisplay/color-schemes/Alloy.kcsrc:
[Color Scheme]
Name=Alloy
activeBackground=51,91,146
activeBlend=118,162,223
activeForeground=255,255,255
activeTitleBtnBg=238,238,230
alternateBackground=238,246,255
background=241,240,227
buttonBackground=241,240,227
buttonForeground=0,0,0
contrast=7
foreground=0,0,0
inactiveBackground=230,226,213
inactiveBlend=222,218,213
inactiveForeground=143,143,143
inactiveTitleBtnBg=238,238,230
linkColor=0,0,192
selectBackground=249,224,137
selectForeground=0,0,0
visitedLinkColor=128,0,128
windowBackground=255,255,255
windowForeground=0,0,0

and ~/.qt/alloystylerc:
[Settings]
primaryColor=#93add1


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 Re: Re: color sheme

 
 by ajacoutot on: Jun 30 2003
 
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excellent, thanks :)


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 Window decoration

 
 by doctorture on: Jun 30 2003
 
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Can you make the buttons so when I
move suddenly the mouse to the right
upper corner I can close the window
whithout target the button precisely?

Like winXP, I just move the mouse to
the upper right corner and the close
button will be focused.

Thanks! Its time to make this the
default one in KDE!!!

90% approve is astonishing!!!


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 Re: Window decoration

 
 by ceebx on: Jun 30 2003
 
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Great idea. What I will try to do is to move the buttons closer to the left and right corners for maximized windows. this should hopefully do the trick. ;)

regards,
ceebx (Sandro)


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 Re: Re: Window decoration

 
 by doctorture on: Jul 29 2003
 
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Hey, Sandro! How are you doing?

Still on it? Can I help you
with that issue of the close button
positioning?

Thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: Window decoration

 
 by ceebx on: Jul 29 2003
 
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hi,

Well, I'm confused. :)

With Alloy 0.4.1 (and the option "shrink borders for maximized windows" checked) the feature you requested works for me, doesn't it?
Now if you maximize a window, the side borders of the deco hide and the buttons can be accessed like in Win XP. Or did I get you wrong?

regards, Sandro


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Window decoration

 
 by doctorture on: Jul 30 2003
 
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Hey, I will install this new version now and I will give you a feedback!

Thanks again!!!!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Window decoration

 
 by doctorture on: Jul 30 2003
 
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Ok, you got it!!! It is what I was
talking about.

I liked the 1 pixel configuration. For
me, it is the best configuration.

Now, Im confused with one thing.
When I use the 5 pixels configuration,
isntead of the border stretch, it shrink.
So, when I put more pixels, it does the
oposite, doesnt?
Or Im getting this wrong?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Window decoration

 
 by ceebx on: Jul 30 2003
 
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hey,

I hope, I understood you correctly!
The "shrink borders for maximized windows" and the "border size" settings are two different things. While the first one just optionally does the "WinXP behaviour" for maximized windows, thus making buttons etc. more easily accessible (independent of the pixel settings), with the border size setting it is possible to change the borders' thickness for non-maximized (or with the shrinking option disabled for all) window states.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Window decoration

 
 by doctorture on: Jul 31 2003
 
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Thanks!!!
I noticed what that configuration (border
sizes) does. But I think it wouldnt work
that way when the window is maximized,
because it is 'eating' the rightmost part of
the window.
It is possible implement it in a way it doesnt
hide the right side of the window when it is
maximized?
Did you understand me? (try to maximize a window and change the border size).

Thanks for your attention!



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 Re: Re: Window decoration

 
 by doctorture on: Jul 30 2003
 
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Thanks, Sandro!
Where are you from (your names,
dbrowlees - Daniel and ceebx - Sandro)
are commom Brazilian names.


Ok, with that done, I think we can
improve it more now!!!

What do you think, for accessibility
purpose, include a configuration to
change the height of the window bar,
like the KDE2 default style.
(please check)

But we can go further. In KDE2 default
style, the buttons doesnt get
redimensioned with the window (it has
_very_ bad visual because this).
You think that is possible to adjust the
buttons height with the window bar?
This way, we can get your original
decoration incorporating all the good
things of the default XP style.
(we can use all the studies that MS
have done for our benefit).

What you think? (if you wanna help, I
can try to help you with my work)

THANKS!!!


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 Re: Re: Re: Window decoration

 
 by ceebx on: Jul 30 2003
 
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I'm from germany, near munich, not sure where Daniel is from! ;-)
I like your ideas about the titlebar height but for now I won't get them done... at the moment, the whole thing is sort of optimized for fixed sizes and it would be a real pain to do that. ;-) Perhaps I will clean this up next days/weeks but I can't give any guarantee...

BTW: I will upload a new native win deco on kde-look soon you might be interested in. :-)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Window decoration

 
 by anonymous on: Jul 31 2003
 
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Sure, as soon as you post it I will take a look and try out!!!

Thanks for your effort, I hope you can get
all of this soon.

You are very helpfull! Thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Window decoration

 
 by doctorture on: Jul 31 2003
 
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Sure, as soon as you post it I will take a look and try out!

Thanks!!!


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 Re: Re: Window decoration

 
 by doctorture on: Jul 30 2003
 
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I will answer you as soon as I get into home from work!

Thanks!


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 Re: Window decoratio

 
 by beus on: Jun 30 2003
 
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yes, it should be the default style. Very professional look. But it is based on the alloy Java Look&Feel from Incors. Is that licenced under GPL??


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 Re: Window decoration

 
 by doctorture on: Jun 30 2003
 
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Yes, you got the point.
This is THE thing I really
dislike in keramik, although it
is so beautifull. But not usable
considering this point.

Thanks again for your time and
commitment,

Sandro!!!

(doctorture) Andre Goddard


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 round borders

 
 by yagami on: Jun 30 2003
 
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nice window dec and nice style

but

could you do the window decoration have round borders ? like the web window dec ? ( round borders in all borders )

is that too hard to implement ? why isnt there more themes with round borders ? am i the only one who likes that ?


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 Re: round borders

 
 by ceebx on: Jun 30 2003
 
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hi,

At the moment I'm trying to make the deco look similar to the original alloy Java Look&Feel from Incors which doesn't have round borders.

But if more people request this feature I will do this "sometime" (perhaps optional)...


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 Re: Re: round borders

 
 by doctorture on: Jun 30 2003
 
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Here goes my thumb up to the idea,
since you keep the button accessible
from the rightmost upmost corner.

:)

Thanks for you work!!


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 Re: round borders

 
 by doctorture on: Aug 4 2003
 
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Check out the new kwin decoration from
Sandro (ceebx), its called knifty and
has rounded borders.
Its beautifull!!


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