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Plastik Element preview

  

Window Decoration native KDE 3.2 +

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Plastik Element preview
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Link:  http://rethink.f2o.org
Downloads:  2908
Submitted:  Jul 29 2004
Updated:  Nov 14 2004

Description:

This is a KDE Window Decoration inspired by the windows theme "Longhorn Athens" but it is meant to be simplistic.

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* For now, all that is provided is a preview.
* All features as well as look and feel of the previous version will remain the same.
* Please do not comment/complain about the preview, it's just that a preview.
* version 0.2 (complete) will be released on the 12th.
* if you are going to compile the preview make sure you build for your distribution - therefore, make -f Makefile.dist
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Changelog:

0.2
- due to recent hdd problems, this project is currently inactive.. have more important things to take care of at the moment aka get a new hdd and possibly new computer. Sorry

0.1
- fixed the pixel problem around the corners thanks to Sandro. Cheers mate. :)

0.1 beta
- Config title alignment support added.
- buttons draw based on their placement.




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 Good Luck

 
 by zammi on: Jul 29 2004
 
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Try to make the corners more smooth so that whole window frame outer border will have seamless look. Optionally you can give a config option to specify the button height/s (worth to include in this deco) and title bar height as well. Keep it up...Good Luck.


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 good job

 
 by nuka on: Jul 29 2004
 
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cfant wait for the release.


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 Looks good...

 
 by fubarbundy on: Jul 30 2004
 
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Please, when the deco is maximised, make sure that the top left and top right corners of the screen have buttons in them (try the Plastik deco to see what I mean). This means that when the window is maximised you can quickly close it by throwing the cursor all the way to the corner and clicking, instead of having to place it exactly over a button that is near to the corner.

Good luck.


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 Re: Looks good...

 
 by nuka on: Aug 1 2004
 
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thats a kde option. although it needs to be incorprotaed in the theme as well, you need to disable the option of the abiltiy to move maximised windows if you want this to work. im so used to windows that i always disable this feature.


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 Re: Re: Looks good..

 
 by fubarbundy on: Aug 1 2004
 
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Thank you - I know this already. However, this windec does not do this anyway - download it and try. Although it squares off the rounded corners when maximised, the top left- and top right-most pixels are not clickable.

Incidentally, if you used Plastik for KDE 3.1, it had a "movable when maximised" feature that worked better than the native 3.2 setting, because then, the windeco could lose its borders when maximised, which doesn't happen when this setting is enabled in 3.2.


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 Great work!

 
 by fffortune on: Jul 30 2004
 
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Lookin' sweet. Very much so. And if I were to add a suggestion, I would probobly say that it would look better if the buttons were centered a bit more on the vertical. :)


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 idea copied...

 
 by rocketpcguy on: Jul 30 2004
 
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...from windows longhorn? not complaining, it's exactly what i wanted. nice work!


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 Rounded corners

 
 by fubarbundy on: Aug 1 2004
 
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I don't know exactly what your code's doing, but it looks like it's grabbing the colours underneath to fake the rounded corners? So that when you open a window over a white background for instance, and then move it to a black background, you have white pixels at the corners where it should be rounded...
I'm only posting on this because this is the best deco I have seen, and I want to see it perfect!


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 Re: Rounded corners

 
 by gr3gg on: Aug 1 2004
 
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Thanks for the feedback. That is something that I realized. I am not too sure why I get white pixels at the bottom sometimes but I am trying to fix that. Hopefully, the rewriting of the code that I am doing now will allow me to determine why that's happening. Cheers.


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