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Domino Kubuntu package


Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

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Domino Kubuntu package

Link:  http://
Downloads:  21845
Submitted:  Feb 7 2007
Updated:  Apr 10 2007


Domino style packaged for Kubuntu.

Original theme here:


Packaged with checkinstall for Kubuntu 6.10.



Uploaded in separate files. Thanks to QUASARFREAK for the idea.


Uploaded x64_64 version. Thanks to Paulo Tanimoto for the package.

I don't have a hosting location to upload both packages separately so I've packaged both of them in a tar.bz2 archive in order to upload them here.
If someone knows how to upload two separate files to the same page in kde-look, please, tell me and I will correct it.


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 by rearden on: Jul 24 2007
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To all those who contributed to making this theme what it is: hats off for a superb piece of work!

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 Quick question

 by stdin on: Aug 18 2007
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What version of KDE is the package built against?

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 Re: Quick question

 by vanyar on: Sep 2 2007
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I don't remember exactly but it was KDE 3.5.x for sure.

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 menu shadows

 by everettattebury on: Aug 30 2007
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I love that domino lets me change the tooltip color, but I wish the menu shadows would work with Compiz fusion.

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 Re: menu shadows

 by gravy on: Feb 1 2009
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Compiz has its own extensive shadow functionality.

Menus are a special kind of windows. Try giving windows of the type “menu” the shadow effect or something like that.

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 by Dareus on: Oct 24 2007
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I would be great if you could build another version for gutsy, maybe it already work but you know...

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 Re: Gutsy

 by vanyar on: Oct 24 2007
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I'm currently using it on Gutsy so there is no problem installing it.

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 by b0uncyfr0 on: Nov 11 2007
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Its excellent only problem in this style for me is the menu spacing? Is there a way to increase it? Its too cramped in the menus.

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