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QuantumStyle

  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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QuantumStyle
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Downloads:  2491
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This project is no longer supported and is superseded by QSvgStyle engine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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 Ubuntu packages

 
 by falkTX on: Feb 19 2010
 
Score 63%

@Author:
I like this. I'll compile further versions of this on my Ubuntu repository.

Downloads here:
http://ppa.launchpad.net/falk-t-j/ppa/ubuntu/pool/main/q/quantumstyle/


Just a note:
You'll need to uninstall rc4 before installing rc5.


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 good work :)

 
 by Scnd101 on: Feb 25 2010
 
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I haven't tested them yet but the inkscape extensions are a great idea. Changing the id's over and over is certainly the most timetaking/dull part of making a theme.

Just missing some more themability for viewareas, selection boxes and popup menus now :)


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 Re: good work :)

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Feb 25 2010
 
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Yes. Now you can draw only one frame, work on it, then generate other statuses and modify them. Once it is done, you can take that whole set and generate other sets by calling the extension that will just change the basename.


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 Sounds awesome! :)

 
 by Mitu on: May 22 2010
 
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I haven't tested it yet, but it sounds absolutely awesome! One question: Does it support RGBA transparency? SVG theming + RGBA + Aurorae + upcoming blur in KDE 4.5 would give really amazing results...


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 What about GNOME?

 
 by michaeljt on: Aug 23 2011
 
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I was playing with the idea of something like this, and found QuantumStyle because I was looking to see if someone had done it first. My underlying idea though was that creating themes using SVG graphics would make it easier to create cross-desktop themes on the one hand, and on the other make it easier to make other toolkits - e.g. Tk - fit into the desktop without the ugly Qt or Gtk+ interface layers which are the current norm. So what do you think about the idea of supporting QuantumStyle in GNOME too? I mean the general idea, whether or not you feel like implementing it yourself.


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 My theme

 
 by ranmak on: Jun 8 2012
 
Score 70%

I've just posted my theme. It's called Sui for QuantumStyle.
http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Sui+for+QuantumStyle?content=151524
I hope you guys enjoy it.


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 great, but...

 
 by sixsixfive on: Oct 27 2012
 
Score 63%

Idea is great but it's missing an important feature, we can not set the text color for all the states.


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 Re: great, but...

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Oct 28 2012
 
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Hi,

The text colors are supposed to be part of the current color scheme.


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 Re: Re: great, but...

 
 by sixsixfive on: Nov 30 2012
 
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sorry for my late reply, the default qtcolorsheme is very limited for exampte try to create a dark theme with a white base now you can only select one font color for both which make one of them unusable


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