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kde3 xp style

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

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kde3 xp style
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  450598
Submitted:  Apr 23 2002
Updated:  Apr 11 2008

Description:

Xp style windows decoration and icons for kde 3.x by speleoalex.


This theme contains same parts of other themes.

Thanks to all.




Changelog:

1.3
-new metabar theme
-akdc kwin theme
-suse button support
-new installation script

1.2
-added kbfx theme
-added win200,winme,win89 colors and icons
-update icons
-more icons


0.9
-added Suse icons
-fixed windows decoration for kde 3.3
-new icons
-added superkaramba winbar in kde-xp-full-0.9.tar.gz

0.6 :
-fixed root/rpm installation
-new icons
-new Mandrake .rpm


0.5 :
-fixed kghostview bug
-new icons with transparency
-rpm and srpm version
-removed old icons
-new sounds

find the new version on:
http://www.speleoalex.altervista.org

WARNING: on this site there is the limit of 10Gb/month of band width for the accesses.

If altervista is down you can find old version at :
http://digilander.iol.it/speleoalex/download/kde_xp_full.tar.gz




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 Why?

 
 by Smorgje on: Aug 18 2004
 
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Why would you want KDE to look like winblows XP?


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 Re: Why?

 
 by wouter on: Aug 18 2004
 
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Because Windows doesn't look that bad...


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 Re: Re: Why?

 
 by lokheed on: Sep 1 2004
 
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Thats because they jacked the Linux style...


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 Great for Hacking!

 
 by seanhayward on: Sep 17 2004
 
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Love the theme, my friend (not me) uses it for hacking, so the victims don't know what hit them.


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 huh?

 
 by asonymous on: Sep 22 2004
 
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for hacking?
the victim can see the desktop?

hhmmm I don't get it

but it looks nice


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 RE: why

 
 by errr on: Sep 27 2004
 
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Think about a secretary who comes to work after IT has just convencied management to save a bundle of money by switching to Linux. Is she going to know her way around KDE?? No but if it looks like XP, the enviroment she has been using and is "used" to using then you dont have to train her how to keep typing those word docs she just goes straight to work and and doesnt think twice about it. Score one more for Linux.


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 Re: RE: why

 
 by Remenic on: Sep 29 2004
 
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Did people train her to use Windows XP, or Windows? You see, what people like you do not understand, is that it doesn't give a damn what it looks like. What's important is how it works. You can make KDE look like XP, but it will not work like XP. The dumb girl you just talked about will not be able to work with KDE just because it looks like XP. That will probably just add more to the confusion.


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 suggestion

 
 by maitre on: Sep 29 2004
 
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>Did people train her to use Windows XP,
>or Windows? You see, what people like you
>do not understand, is that it doesn't
>give a damn what it looks like.

Avoid using phrases like "what people like you". You'll put people on the defensive.

> What's important is how it works. You
> can make KDE look like XP, but it will
> not work like XP.

Working like XP would be counter-productive. ;)

> The dumb girl you just talked
>about will not be able to work with KDE
>just because it looks like XP. That >will probably just add more to the >confusion.

Changing the appearance of something unfamiliar to the familiar would probably lead to more confusion? Anyone here can think of numerous examples supporting the opposite. If I had a car with a fuel cell engine that accomplishes what my previous cars had done (i.e. transport me places), would I want it to look different or resemble what I was used to? Would I already want to be familiar with what it looked like?

An experiment could always be done. Sit down a novice user in front of a stock enlightenment desktop and ask them to get their normal computing needs done. Now try the same with something that looks familiar to them...


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 Re: Re: RE: why

 
 by kwr2k on: Sep 30 2004
 
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No I don't agree with you .... my wife is of the above "secretary" type. She was apprehensive of using my fully configured (email, multimedia, office utilities) yoper linux desktop until .... until I used the Win 2000 look for her user login -- mine's got the MacOS X look ;-)

Now, she does not care, and anyway she likes firefox under windows, so for most operations she does not know the difference in appearance or working.

I think giving users a familiar look-and-feel is not an insult to linux ... in fact its a compliment ... for instance, how easy is it to mimic the linux look and feel on windows???


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 Re: Re: RE: why

 
 by kwr2k on: Sep 30 2004
 
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Just to reiterate my point above, check out this site:

http://www.xpde.com/

:-)


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 Re: Re: RE: why

 
 by cconnell on: Sep 30 2004
 
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If you think it doesn't make a different what it looks like but how it works, then why are you coming to this website "KDE-LOOK.ORG"


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 Wow!

 
 by leinir on: Sep 29 2004
 
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leinirleinir
KDE/Amarok, KDE/Gluon
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This is really quite scary... I'm not a big fan of the teletubbie land interface of Windows XP, but I know that they spent a whole lot of money on making it Just Right, so I guess they thought about it a lot ;) Anyway, what scares me is that it does indeed seem like the real thing, at least at first, and even second inspection. Congrats :) Points for technical skill there ;)


..Dan // Leinir
http://www.leinir.dk/

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 nightmare!

 
 by gravity on: Sep 30 2004
 
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hi! i appreciate your graphical skills, but why in the hell are you trying to bring my worst informatic nightmare into my linux box?
brrrrrr..... i got shivers down my spine just looking at it... :)


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 Re: nightmare!

 
 by maitre on: Sep 30 2004
 
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read above discussion...


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 Re: Re: nightmare!

 
 by gravity on: Oct 1 2004
 
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ehi! of course i've read the discussion above, but it's still nonsense to me...


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