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Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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Submitted:  Mar 16 2004
Updated:  May 3 2007


Phase is a widget style for Qt 4 and KDE 4. It is designed to be functional but not drab, and aesthetic but not distracting.

Artistic design draws upon the genius of earlier masters. This is particularly true for minimalistic designs. Therefore I cannot in good conscience claim this look to be truly original. But I have done my best. I hope you like it!

Phase is now being maintained in kdeartwork. These are only "snapshot" releases. This is a "pure" Qt style, in that it does not require KDE.


0.8 - Ported to Qt 4.

0.7 - Add menu button indicator
- Fixed drawing of list headers and some buttons (98894, 99174)
- Fixed tabbars and splitters

0.6 - Fixed toolbuttons with pixmap backgrounds
- Fixed widgets on search bars
- Scaling several GUI elements according to font size

0.5 - Imported to kdeartwork
- Fixed expander arrows

0.4 - Fixed rendering bugs for desktop menu and tab close buttons

0.3 - Improved menubar, tabbar, splitter
- Minor code fixes

0.2 - Improved highlighting and focus of checkbox, radiobutton
- Visual improvements to progressbar, headers, kicker buttons
- Fixed drawing non-movable dockwindows (KJobViewer)

0.1 - Initial public release

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 by WhitePanther5000 on: Jul 5 2004
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It's nice, but it's interesting to see how the style trends work. Sometime ago, big and bubbly (keramik) was the way to go, but now the majority of KDE users are going for more simple tastes (including me)... sorry for babbling, hehe.

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 Very nice but...

 by TimeRever on: Jul 5 2004
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It still has some annoyning bugs.

The first is with tabs, open up konqueror and open a new page (Ctrl + Shift + N), in that tab there is a close button, when you place the mouse cursor over it the close icon goes a bit to right.

The second is with MacOSX style menubar, the menu look very bad, looks like the menu isn't clean, so every characters stay then becoming a big mess.

Fix these 2 bugs and you have a great theme!!

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 Re: Very nice but...

 by Brandybuck on: Jul 6 2004
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I never use the close buttons on tabs, or the desktop menubar, so I never noticed these problems. They definitely need to be fixed. Thank you for bringing it to my attentions. I'll start working on this right away.

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 by TimeRever on: Jul 10 2004
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With these 2 fixes this theme got just great, not that is wasn't before of course. ^_^
Join it your Grover windec and Keramic color scheme and you just got yourself a great looking desktop that at the same time looks good and is not intrusive, not a thing we see every day!

Very good job, my congratulations!

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 by SynTruth on: Jul 10 2004
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Good job as always. :) The nice gradients are very pleasing to the eye. GNUStep has not been down any better.

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 A few suggestions

 by Blue on: Oct 14 2004
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Nice, but it has a few things I dislike:

- The slider nub is a bit chunky. Perhaps if you replaced the vertical black line with a rotated rectangle (like the ones on comboboxes). Or if it looked like the scrollbar control, with the three squares and reverse gradient. Or something.

- While I don't care for the checkboxes, I really dislike the diamond-shaped radio buttons. I'm not sure what would be better, though. A circle seems somewhat out of place, since that style is so angular, but that's the only place there are 45' angles, so the diamonds don't fit in much better, either.

- The zero in the spinbox is only 1px away from the left inner edge. The other styles have a bit more space, and look better, imo.

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 Re: A few suggestions

 by Brandybuck on: Oct 15 2004
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1) The black line in the slider control is purposeful, as it's used to indicate the center point. Most sliders will have tickmarks, and this line indicates which tick the handle lines up with. It corresponds to the arrow in Plastik. An example of form following function.

2) The radio buttons are not the only angular bit in Phase. Consider the arrows. Also the use of diamond radio buttons is common in Unix thanks to Motif. I needed them to be as small as checkboxes, in roughly the same style, but be very distinct from them visually. Diamonds do this very well.

3) You're right. But the other standard styles have the same problem, and it's not just the spinbox, it's all edit controls. (ignore my screenshot, at it's probably not using the same fonts as you). I'll mark this down as something to think about.

I appreciate your comments, so don't let my apparent dismissal of them keep you away from further constructive criticism.

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 by dawhn on: Nov 30 2004
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Hey, Brandybuck. Of course you don't want it to keep going because you won with your holy F-ed up worst possible Woody Boody BSD garbage. I understand I understand... kkkkkk

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