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KDE4 Control Panel - Nookie

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KDE4 Control Panel - Nookie
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Depends on  Qt 4.x
Downloads:  2649
Submitted:  Sep 15 2007

Description:

Hi all!

I was kinda bored so i started mock a small controlpanel for KDE4 or maybe some distro.

Why it could fit? Well it looks good and it could be very usefull i think. If u have any suggestions or ideas please write them.

Remeber!!
This is only a mockup and can not be used anywhere as it doesn't exist.

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 second thoughts

 
 by nknknk on: Sep 18 2007
 
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I voted "good" for this idea,
but now I'm having second thoughts.

No doubt, it's more beautiful than the original control center,
but moving from one section to another
won't be that easy with this one


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 Source images

 
 by ih8windoze on: Sep 21 2007
 
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Hey Nookie, do you still have the raw images without text that you used in your mockup? I'm trying to make this thing a reality with the current kcontrol.


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 Re: Source images

 
 by nookie on: Oct 6 2007
 
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Yes i have!
i have it all done in Photoshop..

Please feel free to contact me at info at pcagenten dot se


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 Re: Source images

 
 by cgentry72 on: Oct 10 2007
 
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How would one go about changing kcontrol look? I am new to the design or development but have some computer programming.


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 great!but add a...

 
 by olimpiu on: Sep 22 2007
 
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I would like to see a search place. to find easyer system settings.


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 by pearluck on: Sep 26 2007
 
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Can you add Pannel to confugure the color profile *icc of printer, camera, screen, etc (Lprof software).


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 Modern Openstep feel

 
 by mdriftmeyer on: Sep 30 2007
 
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The Preferences in NeXTSTEP/Openstep is set up the same way. The lack of a horizontal scroller if the groups of preferences exceeds the window limit is the only visual missing.

It's just more "modern."

Works for me, but NeXTSTEP/Openstep is very dear to my heart.


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 Good look!

 
 by usrkl on: Oct 8 2007
 
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Put your idea on http://bugs.kde.org/.


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