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Domino Orange (CooL)


Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

Score 43%
Domino Orange (CooL)

Domino Orange (CooL)

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Downloads:  1808
Submitted:  May 6 2007
Updated:  May 8 2007


This is my first content on kde-look.org

I hope you like it its quite calm and beatifull on my openion..

There is two config file for it

Domino Orange Cool and Orange Cool 2

Orange (cool) was full modified from

DP Reloaded(Theme manager) domino config file


its based on Domino .4

To use Orange (CooL) Color Seheme



1- 0.2 (7/5/2007)

update some colors
(Selected menu item color , scrollbars , Radio/CheckBoxes ,Header,Buttons)

for Orange (CooL) and Orange (CooL) 2

2- (8/5/2007)

Change the color Of Mark For Radio/CheckBoxes To Black

For Orange (CooL) and Orange (Cool) 2

If you dont like the change infrom me to change it back to white or To add another two files for it with another colors

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 Color scheme

 by MenaEng on: May 6 2007
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color scheme

Futurosoft Vistique


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 by 5er on: May 7 2007
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Buttons don't look nice in orange.
But if you want orange progress bars you have to make buttons orange :(

I made a similar Domino color scheme, but with white buttons.

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 Re: Buttons...

 by MenaEng on: May 7 2007
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yeah, but you have Orange Cool 2 it have alot of white and orange :)

Thanks for your comment :)


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 love it

 by Tim0 on: May 8 2007
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lovin the aero look mate

i want something that looks like vista, i was going to sugest it myself but....yuo beat me :D

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 Re: love it

 by MenaEng on: May 9 2007
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Thank you for your comment :)


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 Interesting effect

 by Deciare on: May 11 2007
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It's an interesting effect, what you did with the buttons with the second preview... It looks like their glow comes from within, not from light cast on it. And also, the glow seems to shine straight out from the source instead of being diffused evenly across the whole surface. Very interesting. I wonder if I can tweak my own colour scheme into something like that? ^_^

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