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Orangio (for deKorator 0.2)


Window Decoration native KDE 3.2 +

Score 64%
Orangio (for deKorator 0.2)

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Downloads:  1036
Submitted:  Dec 22 2005
Updated:  Jan 6 2006


This deko theme is for deKorator 0.2

You need 'deKorator 0.2' installed

This theme includes 2 button sets (optional buttons 'shade', 'keep-on-top/bottom', 'sticky', 'menu' and 'help' included) and 4 different flavors of decoration, freely combinable. The default color scheme is orange, but all the different colors in the screenshot were done with deKorator color options so use your imagination.

If you don't like orange, you can colorize the decoration to fit your theme with dekorator.

Unpack to your theme directory or use the 'deKorator theme installer', and set the paths in deKorator (there are multiple button and deco -sets available, these are 'ingeniously' named deco, deco2,...etc. Choose the combination of buttons&deco you find most pleasing :P)

Known Bugs: (If you know how to fix those, let me know) :)
1. If you use 'program icon' instead of the menu button, the icon is not centered (too left)
2. If you place 'spaces' between buttons on the 2 decos that use 'recessed buttons', the recesses are drawn incorrectly (on some occasions)


Version 1.2
Dekorator 0.2 compliant version
Just the original Orangio theme, since the colorization options are so good in deKorator 0.2 (See the screenshot)

Version 1.1
Added grayscale version 'Grayo'
Now theme includes 4 button sets and 8 decorations to choose from

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 Vey Nice!

 by ArbitraryReason on: Dec 23 2005
Score 50%

Clean, Simple, good use of color, should try it in gray scale.

Funny, It Worked Last Time...
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 Re: Vey Nice!

 by kubicle on: Dec 29 2005
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Thanks for your comments and suggestion...grayscale version now included. :)

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 button BG...

 by motyR on: Jan 6 2006
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the button BG tile can never be wider then the width of the button itself, think about it as a square whice has the height of the titlesize and the width of the button with 2 layere the buttonsBG and the button, and most importent if it is smaller then the button width then it would simply tiled all over the width.

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 Re: button BG...

 by kubicle on: Jan 6 2006
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Thanks for the quick reply, and also for your great work on deKorator :)

I figured it must have something to do with tiling, but I just couldn't figure out how it draws correctly with one button/spacer setup, and incorrectly with another :P

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