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Basic Widget style and SVG Template

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

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Basic Widget style and SVG Template
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Basic Widget style and SVG Template
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Downloads:  2879
Submitted:  Mar 24 2006
Updated:  Mar 26 2006

Description:

I know how much real coders "love" pixmap decos ;) Ok--so pixmaps are lame! But it's still fun and something a n0n-hax0r can do. So I made an svg template of common widgets and a .themerc file can (and should) be modified to fit your taste. Also included is an install script. Now anyone with some inkscape skillz can make a custom style. By the way---I am learning to code a style so please don't flame me for this. One day I shall redeem myself!




Changelog:

I cleaned it up a bit and got rid of the gradients in the themerc file. I made a few for pixmaps to control the gradients on buttons. This means you dont have to change the themerc file :)

Remember:this is designed as a template for you to create new themes off of. Be creative. If anyone nows how to make pixmap deco themes using anything other that basicstyle, please let me know.




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 still too coagulated

 
 by n4w3r on: Mar 27 2006
 
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you change the look, it's more beatiful, but it's still too coagulate, and there are line everywhere. aren't there any mean to change those setting?


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 Re: still too coagul

 
 by arenyart on: Mar 27 2006
 
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I wish I could change the basic style to look beter but its hardcoded. I have ideas for a theme engine that allows one to import their own custom pixmaps to change everything--even the window border. Think Dekorator, but not just for windeco's. Computers are fast these days and so pixmap themes arent slow like they used to be.


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 Re: Re: still too coagul

 
 by bitwit on: Mar 28 2006
 
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what's hard coded ? maybe I can help.


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 Re: Re: Re: still to

 
 by arenyart on: Apr 11 2006
 
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The frames around everything are 3d in the Motif style (meaning they appear to project from the screen). I don't know how to make a code based theme so I use the builtin "basicstyle.la" which uses pixmaps. There is no way with basicstyle to change the frame deco's---only things such as buttons, comboboxes, sliders etc. If I am wrong, please tell me how. I am learning to code a style and am working on a Dekorator inspired design. You could build an entire theme set and install it simply by pointing to the *.tgz. It would be based off a template where you could just insert your svg's or pixmaps into the allotted area and viola---it would make a style. If you are a coder and want to help, email me.


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nothing is hard coded, virtually everything is changeable


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 hardcoded

 
 by bitwit on: Jun 7 2006
 
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bevel frames can be changed ;)
the themed style frames are soooo ugly and hardcoded
but I think I have a solution...

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=35929

this lets the BevelButton serve as BevelFrame for themed styles

so, make a nice bevel button pixmap with border and the tab, progress and spinbox frames use that border

pixmap borders for themed styles, no more hardcoded


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