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Baghira 0.6 for Slackware

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

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Baghira 0.6 for Slackware
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Submitted:  Aug 9 2004
Updated:  Nov 12 2004

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Compiled and tested on an original full-installation of Slackware 10.0 with KDE 3.3.

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 Baghira

 
 by fjavier on: Aug 10 2004
 
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Great, nice job!!!! I love this theme!!!


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 thanx

 
 by salahuddin66 on: Aug 14 2004
 
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great work

thanx


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 Works

 
 by OnceoveR on: Sep 3 2004
 
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Just to let you know, it works on my slackware 10 setup with kde 3.3


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 3.3 Slack

 
 by Menchi on: Sep 5 2004
 
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Works on KDE 3.3 and slack only when I apply config changes kcontrol crashs, Might be a local problem thou.
Thanks for the package


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 Re: 3.3 Slack

 
 by rgeber on: Sep 27 2004
 
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hi,

now i compiled the package with kde 3.3. please try the latest version. i hope this will solve your problems.

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roman


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 Why OSX?

 
 by k1e0x on: Sep 27 2004
 
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Why would you even want KDE to look like OSX? even if it did.. its not going to work like OSX.

Why not just go buy a Mac?


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 Re: Why OSX?

 
 by rgeber on: Sep 29 2004
 
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Hi,

i have 3 Mac´s at home, 2 of them running with MacOS X, the rest with MacOS 9 and Linux/NetBSD. Two other Mac´s are at work, witch running with MacOS X too.

So don´t tell me that I should buy a Mac.

I prefer Linux, and KDE for working, but I like the MacOS X look and feel. Baghira combines this two worlds. I think thats a good reason for using Baghira.

have a nice day.
roman


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 Baghira

 
 by john81 on: Nov 20 2004
 
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There is no doubt that baghira is very nice style but IMO it is a bit too bloated. And when I hear people say their apps crash with baghira theme applied it don't suprise me. However, with the most recent versions that has rarely happened to me so I choose to run it anyway cause it's cool like a Mac.

As for baghira trying to copy OS X
I spend money but I just don't see the point in paying for a box that only looks good. I been on macs before in the store when they had them on display and for a "power pc" arch they don't seem that fast.

So I guess if you come over my place and see a few dells' as opposed to a mac then you won't feel at home?

It's all about status, just like you would prefer to drive a pinto and me a BENZ.

Bad analogy maybe but true enough. And I'm not directing that to anyone in general just indirectly speaking.

And thank you for making slack package ;-)


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 Would like to know

 
 by Campland on: Jan 25 2006
 
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Hello I am kinda new to linux and was woundering if this theme would work with Kubuntu running KDE 3.5 ? Or if any one has tried it on Kubuntu yet ?


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