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Plastik Laptop

  

Window Decoration native KDE 3.2 +

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Plastik Laptop
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  2311
Submitted:  Jan 30 2006
Updated:  Apr 14 2006

Description:

Plastik Laptop is a modification to the Plastik kwin window decoration adding the ability to make the most used titlebar buttons rectangular.

This innovative feature are originally from the Laptop window decoration. Which was introduced in KDE during the development of KDE 2.0, by KDE hacker Mosfet(Daniel M. Duley). The Laptop was infact default KDE window decoration for a short while, including in KDE 1.92, the third beta of KDE 2.0.

Plastik Laptop makes it possible to increase the width of the minimize, maximize and close buttons, making them rectangular. The scaling of the width are configurable, giving the user the ability to fine tune it for the best possible look with different screen resolutions and titlebar heights. It's possible to adjust the buttons from square to rectangular, up to 5 times wider than their height.

It also has options for making the button border color more distinctive and the buttons use the same color as the titlebar.

UPDATE:
Updated to work on KDE older than 3.5




Changelog:

v 0.6.1 14 April 06
- Use tabs in the Control Centre modul
- Make it compile on KDE older than 3.5

v 0.6 11 Feb 06
- Tilebar buttons use the same surface as titlebar.
- Make button border color more distinctive.
- Make button surface and border color configurable.
- Move buttons closer to window edge.

v 0.5 30 Jan 06
- Initial release
- Make button width configurable.




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 KDE 3.4 support?

 
 by chroma on: Mar 20 2006
 
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The file kcommondecoration.h seems to be part of kde 3.5 only, so this (lovely) windeco doesn't compile on kde 3.4. Not sure if you have any plans of fixing that, but I figured I'd give you the heads up. I can give you more debugging info if you are interested in getting it working on kde 3.4.

Thanks,


benj


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 Re: KDE 3.4 support?

 
 by KMJ on: Mar 21 2006
 
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Yes, sorry about that. You are absolutely correct, and I just realized it a few weeks ago myself, that it don't work on anything older than KDE 3.5. The combination of little free time to spend on it, and no complaints have not given me the initiative to look at it before:-)

I also have a few other smaller changes I'd like to make. So I'll give it a try this weekend. Hopefully I'll get it working on 3.4.


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 configure failed

 
 by cypherpunk on: Jun 7 2006
 
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Hi!
I want to install the decoration, but configure fails to find an C-Compiler, but I got definitly serveral C- and C++-Compiler installed.
I'm running Debian/unstable.
It would be nice if somebody knows a solution.


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 Laptop?

 
 by angrykeyboarder on: Sep 7 2006
 
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Why is it called "laptop"?


Curiously.

moi


Scott
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 Re: Laptop?

 
 by maarizwan on: Oct 8 2006
 
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because since KDE 2+, there's a nice window decoration called laptop, with wide buttons. those are really easy to click on and feels great.

Laptop win deco suits with kde classic style or b3 style.

Plastic does needed this one, though as it would not suit the latest plastic style.


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 Re: Re: Laptop?

 
 by angrykeyboarder on: Oct 8 2006
 
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I don't quite get what you are saying.

This windeco looks like the regular "Plastik" to me.


Scott
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 per button width

 
 by pvt14 on: Feb 28 2008
 
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It would have been be cool if Button width scaling was configurable for individual buttons as well, but I've always liked this decoration anyway.


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