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Bare Naked

   2.0 "final"  

Plasma Theme

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Bare Naked
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Downloads:  869
Submitted:  Jan 20 2009
Updated:  Feb 14 2009

Description:

This is "my" first plasma theme.
I hardly call it my as it copies heavily from Naked. It's more or less Naked with totally transparent panels and some Aya Elements.




Changelog:

2.0 "final":
Changed Clock
Changed pager
changed Calender just a bit.
Changed System monitor.
Added look for RSS NOW, LCD Weather station, Twitter, Kicker And Lancelot (My Lancelot is /still/ broken could someone check if there are any differences? Supposedly it should have a transparent background.)
Added Opaque look (you have to log off and back on to get it working right)
It can be seen on second screen-shot.
1.0a:
Changed the notes plasomid to fit into the whole theme
Made the systray a bit lighter, so that
it also fits into the whole look.
1.0:
Fixed the vanishing panel bug,
Changed the Clock so that it coincides
with the whole theme

0.1a:
Polished the edges of panels so they look nicer.
Added a "hack" for those that lose their panel when they set this theme (plese contact me if it dosen't work so I can repair it). The hack is in Bare_naked directory and to make it work just copy it to widgets.

To-Do list:
Change clock in something more bare.
Make a Kick-off and Lancelot theme.
try and make Lancelot part theme.




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 Lokks great but...

 
 by widux on: Jan 20 2009
 
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when I choose Bare Naked as my Panel Background all of the Panel Plasmoids disappear. What could be the Problem?

Greez w.


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 Re: Lokks great but...

 
 by Primus on: Jan 20 2009
 
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Strange..
Try to log out and back in...
What version of KDE do you use?
I have 4.2.

Could you please add an top panel and report if that one is visible.
If your top panel is visible I guess I made bottom panel too transparent.

You could open your_KDE_directory/share/apps/desktopthemes/Bare_Naked/
and open panel background in Inkscape.
In Inkscape you change filling and border
... (But that is my job not yours, but since you're only one to report it and If you really want this theme I can post a "hack" for you so that your panel is visible.


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 Re: Lokks great but...

 
 by painkiller101 on: Jan 20 2009
 
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It seems to be that you have KDE 4.1 installed, which , i guess, doesn't support complete transparent panels.

KDE 4.2 support this feature.


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 Look great but...

 
 by widux on: Jan 20 2009
 
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No, my KDE Version is 4.2 RC1 on a Debian system, logout/login does not do the job! Any other hints? ;)


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 Re: Look great but...

 
 by Primus on: Jan 20 2009
 
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Did you try the "hack"? it in "new" package.
You'll probably need to download it again.
And then copy paste the panel-background from Bare_Naked to Bare_Naked/Widgets.
Please report if it works.

Also could you see if you have desktop effects enabled and if transparency is also enabled

If not you still can open the panel-background in Inkscape and increase the overlay (I think I'm not sure if that's correct translation) to that amount that you get your panel back The original has it set to 1% and the hack to 10%. So try 25%. I know that I should do that for you, but only you have this problem...
I really can't know when will it work.
Thanks for being so interested in these theme.
I'll try to make it even better in future!


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 Panel

 
 by ivancukic on: Jan 20 2009
 
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The problem with the panel is that it uses the mask of the image to set the X mask, so it the image is completely transparent, panels is completely masked out.

It is cool to try to make the upper half of the panel transparent while the lover part is solid - the icons will get truncated :)

The solution (thanks to yours truly) is to make another set of elements - prefixed with 'mask-' in the SVG file that will define the mask you wish.

Or, naturally, you could use a hack to make the elements /almost/ but not completely transparent...

p.s. If you need any help on theming Lancelot, just ask. Cheerio!


call me Mr. Lancelot
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 Re: Panel

 
 by Primus on: Jan 20 2009
 
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Interesting, but I have no idea what your talking about...
I made this theme on pure trial and error.
And I don't know how it works fine for me and not for the others.
And yes I when I'll decide to take this theme to the next level I will need all the help I need.
Or at least I would like a bit of help turning the Lancelot part completely transparent which is my long term objective.
Also I did thought about making a panel background that would mimic the mac os dock just to see if it can be done (I'm not really a big fan of Apple, just curious if I can make the same thing as they can).


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 Re: Re: Panel

 
 by ivancukic on: Jan 21 2009
 
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What version of KDE are you using?


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 Re: Re: Re: Panel

 
 by Primus on: Jan 21 2009
 
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KDE4.2RC1 (4.1.96)
Kubuntu.


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 Review please!

 
 by Primus on: Jan 20 2009
 
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Also could someone be willing enough to make a review of this theme. I'm curious to see what most people think of it.
I see that it's not the most popular, but I understand that my first rookie theme can't become the best theme of all just because id the first with almost totally transparent panels.

thanks to anyone that will decide to make an review. Even if the review will say that it generally sucks. Only that he or she gives enough reasons why.


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 note plasmoid

 
 by bigmac60 on: Jan 24 2009
 
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I was going to switch from Naked except the notes
plasmoid was not transparent. I like the look of
the notes text against the background. Other than
that I liked it and would be using 'Bare Naked'.

Keep up the good work.

bob


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 Re: note plasmoid

 
 by Primus on: Jan 24 2009
 
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Sorry for that, I prefered to have a normal notes, but I decided to change back to how Naked makes them it's more in pair with the whole theme...


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 Panel Fix

 
 by widux on: Jan 24 2009
 
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Thanx for fixing the panel - works grat now! Keep up the work!


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