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AirRGB (QtCurve)

  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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AirRGB (QtCurve)
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Downloads:  1304
Submitted:  Jul 13 2010
Updated:  Jul 14 2010

Description:

Highly transparent preset for QtCurve.

In order to make it look like on the screenshot:
- You must have QtCurve at least 1.5.1 installed (older version don\'t support ARGB)
- You should have KDE SC 4.5 - older versions don't have blur, what makes it hard to read anything.




Changelog:

Version 0.2
- Increased window opacity to 80%




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 Just because you can...

 
 by cmost on: Jul 14 2010
 
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...doesn't mean you should! The transparency feature of Qtcurve is interesting, however, but not very useful if overused. Your theme is very obtrusive and hard on the eyes for long periods. You know what they say about too much of a good thing? Tone it down. Subtle transparency here and there is good, but too much is overkill.


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 Re: Just because you can...

 
 by Mitu on: Jul 14 2010
 
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Thanks for reply. I admit that it might have been too much transparent...

Version 0.2 with 80% opacity is out :) How do you find it now?


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 Re: Re: Just because you can...

 
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I like it much better now. Especially with blur and soft backgrounds it looks very nice. Great job!


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 Hey

 
 by AngelOfDeath on: Jul 14 2010
 
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Nice...Q how do ya install it, im having a lot of trouble...


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 Re: Hey

 
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As with any QtCurve theme settings set your style to QtCurve open the configuration dialog ( next to the style selector ) and click import.


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 Hi

 
 by AngelOfDeath on: Jul 15 2010
 
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Hey...Done all that, just can not get it to be transparent...


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 Re: Hi

 
 by Mitu on: Jul 15 2010
 
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Are you sure you are using QtCurve version 1.5.1? Older version don't support transparency.


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 *sigh*

 
 by Izo on: Jul 15 2010
 
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If I could activate blur, I'd use themes like this.

/izo\


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 help

 
 by koller9 on: Jul 21 2010
 
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i have a video card, kde sc 4.5, all the dev packages, etc. i compiled and istalled qtcurve 1.5.2 pefectly and installed the theme but it isnt transparent :S, please help


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 Re: help

 
 by bfo on: Nov 13 2010
 
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I use KDE 4.5.3 and QtCurve 1.7.0 and can't use blur on windows also, despite it being on in systemsettings.


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 Re: Re: help

 
 by hellblade on: Nov 13 2010
 
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Blur is not used here as well.

QtCurve 1.6.4
KDE 4.5.3
Qt 4.7.0
Nvidia 260.19.12
Kernel 2.6.36
Kubuntu 10.10

Blur enabled in Kwin effects' settings and working at least in KMenu and plasma.


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 Re: Re: Re: help

 
 by bfo on: Nov 13 2010
 
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Have you enabled VSync? I did this and windows got blurred immediately, but what I got then was an unusable desktop (in terms of speed). FYI, KWin devs discourage to use blur effect with custom themes, because KWin itself will be fully prepared for such effects only in KDE SC 4.6 release.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: help

 
 by hellblade on: Nov 14 2010
 
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Yes I have vsync enabled so this is not the cause. There seems to be something wrong with my system (kde version and nvidia driver related) because others don't see it in theirs.

Anyways since this problem is not directly related to your theme, I have reported it (as I should have done from the beginning) to the QtCurve maintainer.


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