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Active Heart

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

Score 70%
Active Heart
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  37625
Submitted:  Mar 15 2004
Updated:  Apr 29 2004

Description:

The concept of this style is harmony of sharpness and softness.
And this style was created based on keramik.
(Please do not ask me about the origin of this style name.)

Notice:
The kwin client is not contained in this style.
You will be able to get it at the following URL.
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=11460

To Install:

./configure --prefix="`kde-config --prefix`"
make
make install

(Please restart KDE after installation)




Changelog:

Ver 1.2.1
*"Surround the taskbar buttons with dark borders" option was added to "Extra Options" group.
(See 3rd screenshot)
*"Disable KMenu Titles" option was added to "Features to disable" group.

Ver 1.2
*The version of Keramik used as a basis was changed to what is contained in KDE-3.2.2.
*"Remove 'subtract-line' area from 'add-line' button of scrollbar" option was added to "Extra Options".
*The custom color option for the statusbar borders was added to "Border Colors" group in "Custom Colors" category.

Ver 1.1.8a(maintenance release)
*Fixed styleconf/activeheartconf.cpp file against the compile error relating to "getenv" function.

Ver 1.1.8
*Scheme manager can read the global scheme files now.
The global scheme file means the scheme files stored in "$KDEDIR/share/apps/kdisplay/styleconfs" directory.
(This feature is mainly based on Piotr Szymanki's work. And I improved it.)
*The custom color option for the menu separators was added to "Menu Colors" group.
*"Border's thickness of menubar and toolbar follows contrast" option was added to "Extra Options"

Ver 1.1.7
*"Reduce pushbutton size" option was added to "Extra Options".

Ver 1.1.6
*Changed the light weight combobox's pulldown buttons thinly.
*"Highlight the active taskbar button with the active tabline color" option was added to "Extra options".

BTW: I do not know a way for adding the "Apply" button to config dialog.




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 Excellent

 
 by Deciare on: Mar 16 2004
 
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Excellent work again! This style is almost absolutely breathtaking. Almost because I actually had time to breathe thrice before I voted it good. ;)

Something about the scrollbar slider looks out of place. Can't exactly say what... Maybe it's because it looks neither raised nor sunken, but flat with an unusually thick layer of ooze around it, or something.

Aside from that gripe, the rest of the style looks amazing. Thanks for your hard work!


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 It seems ...

 
 by TRoessler on: Mar 16 2004
 
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... that someone made me drop Plastik as my default theme ;-)

Thnaks a lot!

Thilo


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 Wonderful!

 
 by beorn on: Mar 16 2004
 
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I'm not sure about the scrollbar handles, but apart from that, excellent work!


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 About the scrollbar

 
 by amaterasu on: Mar 16 2004
 
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I considered the new design.
How do you like the following sample?

http://www.geocities.jp/prefsx1/work/sample01.html


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 Re: About the scrollbar

 
 by Deciare on: Mar 17 2004
 
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The scrollbar featured in your sample is much improved. Still feels a bit thick at the edges, though... Maybe it's just me.


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 Re: About the scrollbar

 
 by beorn on: Mar 17 2004
 
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Well, in my opinion it is a definite improvement.


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 Very cool

 
 by rhashem on: Mar 16 2004
 
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This is really a great style. I like the idea for the new scrollbars. The only thing I think is missing is a softer outline for PE_Panel's.


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 Excellent Style

 
 by oshogg on: Mar 17 2004
 
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Hi,

This is really a great style. Many thanks for your contribution. I am using it as my default now.

My only gripe about this style is that the Current Tab's Label does not look integrated with the rest of the Tab content. I made a small mod of it so that the blended background behind the current tab label is removed (and the top line over the selected tab is thickened by 1 pixel - just my preference). You can see it as

http://www.kde-look.org/content/preview.php?preview=1&file=11407-1.jpg&name=Active+Heart+Style+-+Mod

What do you think about giving an option for removing the blend behind Tab Label?

thanks much again,
Osho


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