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QuantumStyle

  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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QuantumStyle
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Downloads:  2486
Submitted:  Mar 16 2009
Updated:  May 30 2014

Description:

This project is no longer supported and is superseded by QSvgStyle engine

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=165505




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 ComboBox and PushButton

 
 by zncdr on: Jul 22 2009
 
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I'm trying to replicate the ComboBox in http://kde-look.org/CONTENT/content-pre1/101283-1.jpg

But it is impossible since both ComboBox and PushButton use PE_PanelButtonCommand as the source. Thus the frame intended for the PushButton gets between the ComboBox "drop down list" and the ComboBox "drop down button".

see this image for further clarification: http://omploader.org/vMjBucA/tmp.png

Is there any workaround for this?
Thank you.


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 Re: ComboBox and PushButton

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Jul 23 2009
 
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Unfortunately not. Combo boxes are drawn using the PE_PanelButtonCommand settings.

Do you whish to have a different setting for them ? It is very easy to implement.


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 Re: ComboBox and PushButton

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Jul 23 2009
 
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Note : even if the combo box used its own settings, you'll still get the "frame between", because both the combo field and the drop down button will have their frames drawn. The 'unique frame' of both elements has not been yet implemented.

You can however play on the settings of the drop down button and set the left frame to 0 as a workaround until the unique frame is implemented


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 Re: Re: ComboBox and PushButton

 
 by zncdr on: Jul 23 2009
 
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Yes, this will work great. How do I use different settings for the Combobox and the Pushbutton? Thanks


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 Re: Re: Re: ComboBox and PushB

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Jul 24 2009
 
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Hi,

there are no settings for combo boxes. They use push buttons. So the only way to tweak them is to change those of drop down buttons.

I know this is annoying but hopefully I will add those requests in the future version (after holidays :/)


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 ARGB Transparency

 
 by nerdopolis on: Aug 14 2009
 
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Just two quick questions:

Am I supposed to download some headers or something? because qmake && make results in a large list of errors. (Its make thats returning the errors)


And is it possible for these themes to have transparent menu bars and tool bars?

Thanks.


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 Re: ARGB Transparency

 
 by nerdopolis on: Sep 2 2009
 
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I just found out that Bespin has ARGB transparency, if you compile Bespin with with a flag.

http://img200.imageshack.us/img200/7970/shotv.png


The picture was linked here http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php by therob

So that means ARGB transparency IS possible.


But I will still like to know how to compile QuantumStyle.


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 Re: Re: ARGB Transparency

 
 by nerdopolis on: Sep 2 2009
 
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Err... The last link was supposed to be http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/aero+for+kde?content=111187


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 GTK port would be cool

 
 by markg85 on: Aug 15 2009
 
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Hi,

A port of this to GTK so that both QT and GTK can look exactly the same would be very welcome. Perhaps it's a good idea for you to:
(one of the following)

1. port murrine to QT
2. port Quantum to GTK

And then once one of those 2 is done try to get whichever one you choose to be the default theme engine in both QT (KDE) and GTK (Gnome, XFCE, OpenBox etc...). Doing this would greatly enhance both kde and gnome.

O and you would end up with 2 engines if you do this. One for QT one for GTK but perhaps you can make one engine of that..? might be better (or not?)


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 Folder does not exist!

 
 by DaiVied on: Aug 19 2009
 
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The folder /home/myname/.config/QuantumStyle does not exist! do I have to create it and if yes, which files do I need to copy in there? Where is the file QuantumStyle.qsconfig lokated? I can't find it and change the theme?
thx in advance


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 Re: Folder does not exist!

 
 by DaiVied on: Aug 19 2009
 
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I solved the problem, but there is a new one:

What is the theme builder for and how do I use it?


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 Re: Re: Folder does not exist!

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Aug 24 2009
 
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Hi,

The themebuilder is for adjusting the settings of themes. You can choose how buttons and tabs should look like by changing the settings


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 MIssing options

 
 by DaiVied on: Aug 19 2009
 
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Is there any possibility to apply different styles for buttons and tabs? for example the srollbar and the
arrow-buttons look like the default buttons and the tabs look just like them aswell! This engine really needs to have different styles for them! would this be to complicated?


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 Re: MIssing options

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Aug 24 2009
 
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Yes this is possible, just edit the theme using the themebuilder.
Launche themebuilder -> open your theme and start playing with the options, especially the SVG basename field which determines what element in the SVG file to use for drawing the selected widget

If you use both "button" element for buttons and tabs, then they will look the same


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 Compiling

 
 by nerdopolis on: Sep 12 2009
 
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Hi. I am trying to compile this, and it didn't compile.
I run
$qmake
and that doesn't return anything.

Then I run
$make
and that returns many lines of errors, but I think they're all caused by these:

../themeconfig/../themeconfig/specs.h:24:19: error: QString: No such file or directory
../themeconfig/ThemeConfig.cpp:23:20: error: QVariant: No such file or directory
../themeconfig/ThemeConfig.cpp:24:21: error: QSettings: No such file or directory
../themeconfig/ThemeConfig.cpp:25:17: error: QFile: No such file or directory
../themeconfig/ThemeConfig.cpp:26:23: error: QStringList: No such file or directory

Am I missing packages? I installed qt4-qmake. Or am I doing somethig else wrong?


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 Re: Compiling

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Sep 15 2009
 
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Hi,

You're probably missing development packages for Qt4. It is not sufficient to install Qt4, you must also install the development packages (something called qt4-devel or similar, depends on your distro)

Also check that qmake --version returns 4 (some people still have both Qt3 and Qt4 installed, so make sure to run the right qmake)


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 Re: Re: Compiling

 
 by nerdopolis on: Sep 16 2009
 
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Thanks! It compiled after I installed libqt4-dev .


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