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ATi style windeco


Window Decoration native KDE 3.2 +

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ATi style windeco

ATi style windeco

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Downloads:  2734
Submitted:  Aug 10 2004


Hi there !
I've done a remake to the original nvidia theme ported by jrch2k to kde, props to Rafael.
The configuration panel hasn't changed, as all i did was changing some png files , so it still reffers to nvidia in the panel.
As for ATi goes, all i want is a good fglrx driver for Linux !!!!!
There are two versions. Version 1 is not there for download as it was just a test but still you can see it on the screenshot refferring to version 2.
Version 3 has the same buttons as ver 2 but the bar and avatar are different.
The line is a frame relay we have for backup, so it can take a little bit for download.
Hope you like it ...


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 hooray for ATI!

 by Hintzy on: Aug 10 2004
Score 50%

This is great! I love my ATI card (an ancient Rage 128, fyi) and this windeco is pretty slick.

Just out of curiosity, what widget style and firefox theme are you using? I especially like the firefox buttons!

When nobody is looking, this sentence is in Spanish.
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 Re: hooray for ATI!

 by croky on: Aug 10 2004
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Thanks !
The firefox Theme is Lila by Brian Carter. Yeah, i also love this theme!


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 better than windows

 by nuka on: Aug 10 2004
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this looks a trillion gajillion times better than the ati theme for windows made by window blinds. although ittle never replace plastik, ill use it for a while.

what i really agree with you on is htat i want good linux drivers.

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 Install this thing

 by nyghtone on: Oct 2 2004
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Would somebody who knows how to install this thing PLEASE email me at nyghtone@midrivers.com????

I'm good with linux, but can't get this thing to work, it configures, makes, and makes install with no errors, but it doesn't show up in the window deco screen in kde control center.

Any help very much appriciated..


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 I figured it out

 by nyghtone on: Oct 3 2004
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Aight yall, after a LONG looksie through the configure script I found the problem, it defaults to installing this package in /usr/local/kde, it doesn't use the environment variables, and my kde is in /opt/kde3, so I just needed to configure

./configure --prefix=/opt/kde3

then all went smoothly :D :D :D

HTH, Joshua..

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 Re: I figured it out

 by croky on: Oct 13 2004
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Yeah, i know, you're using SuSE, so do i. You have to compile everything with --prefix=/opt/kde3 or set the KDEDIR environment variable to /opt/kde3.

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 conflict with nvidia

 by s3m10s on: Apr 5 2005
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you can't install both this and the nvidia deco at the stame time, so I made the changes and allowed it to be compiled and installed alongside the other. I can upload the changed src if you like, but figured you might want to do it. What shall I do?

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 Re: conflict with nv

 by croky on: May 4 2005
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Can you email the src to me ?
I'll be glad to make the changes to this page.
Thanks !


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 Broken links...

 by ktissot on: Sep 7 2007
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