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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:  450876
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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 How?

 
 by Nick50000 on: May 11 2002
 
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How do you install this...? It says run the script - but I can't get it to run. i've tried clicking on it, i've tried running it from the shell, and in desperatiuon i've tried manually typing each line into a terminal window.

Could anyone tell me how? I really would like this theme....


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 I'd like to know too...

 
 by alt255 on: May 11 2002
 
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The instructions need to be more detailed so those of us just getting started with linux won't have such a learning curve.


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 type this....

 
 by alt255 on: May 11 2002
 
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./style-install.sh

I dicovered this would run the script by looking at other theme "readme" files. It still suxs though cause the theme does not show up in my "look & feel" manager for themes. Maybe one of these days someone will cast a perl of wisdom my way regarding proper installation proceedures for kde v3.0 themes.

signed, frustrated


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 I may hav cracked it

 
 by Nick50000 on: May 20 2002
 
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I haven't tried this yet but I think as well as downloading the compressed file from this site, you also have to download some files from the site linked to at the top of this page. Mainly the .ktheme file!

Maybe it might work then, i'm trying it now.

Thanks,
Nick!


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 kde3 xp style

 
 by venturesfan on: Jul 1 2002
 
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I'm new to Linux. You said to "type this". Where in the heck do you type it at. I see this all the time but a newbie to Linux needs a little more info. Thanks.


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 Where to type this

 
 by Damion176 on: Oct 11 2002
 
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These commands are typed in the terminal.


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 install

 
 by Disko on: Jun 11 2002
 
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just chmod +x install-sh (or whatever it was called)

then execute ./install-sh (if thats the name .. ;)

didnt get the theme to run tho .. :(


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 script

 
 by chmod666 on: Jun 12 2002
 
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chmod +x script-name and then run it


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 nice

 
 by fred on: Jun 8 2002
 
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indeed, but is it possible to get rid of those little "triangles" around the round corners?


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 but ...

 
 by droop on: Jun 12 2002
 
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I like the style, but it has a problem. It's very slow, especially when scrolling in konqueror, on pages with lots of tables. So, back to keramik for me.


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 Not Even

 
 by kbeaumont on: Jun 12 2002
 
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In my opinion, the Windows XP interface is the ugliest I've seen in years. Even CDE looks better. Why in the world would you want to copy it? The window top bar & buttons are huge and looks like something from a cartoon. The panel is a big blob of blue. Most windows machines have a million icons on the desktop obscuring any reason for having wallpaper. How about something totally original instead of copying something else.


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 Ditto...

 
 by springdude on: Nov 3 2002
 
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Ya, someone told me it reminds them of Peewee's playhouse. Whenever i get on an XP machine i always change the look back to the classic look, but it NEVER changes the start menu back to the original look and it confuses me. LINUX AND KDE ALL THE WAY!


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 Over the hills an...

 
 by chmod666 on: Jun 12 2002
 
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Looks like something from the telletubbies. I appreciate the effort though, although it is probably wasted...


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 Great work

 
 by Linus on: Jun 13 2002
 
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I have no problem with XP look, and I think the author did a great job.

to the author, just ignore those whining about XP look.


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 XP-looks great

 
 by phillhw on: Jun 16 2002
 
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I have no problem either. I think its extremely nice and the author has done a good job. Its nice, bright, clean, responsive and friendly. It is however the only thing worth ripping off the XP system. Linux is definitely my fav OS by along shot but XP and OSX are way ahead in terms of desktop design. I recently switched from Ximian Gnome to KDE3 and I am really GLAD!. KDE3 is becoming a really pleasent place to work in.


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 It sucks

 
 by springdude on: Nov 3 2002
 
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The buttons are huge, the colors are distracting, its slow as hell, and it was originally created by Microshaft, who are market-sucking corpoerate vampires who can't make a working piece of software and charges too much for too little, and monopolizes the market by copying everyone else. They DIDNT come up with graphical user interfaces, Xerox did, which Apple bought the rights to, and Microshaft stole that.


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