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msstyle loader prototype

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

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msstyle loader prototype
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  5694
Submitted:  Aug 26 2004
Updated:  Aug 30 2004

Description:

This is a kde style prototype capable of using the msstyle format. The code is pre-alpha quality (aka POC) and although I compiled it on my system, it might not on yours :)

Enjoy (and send me patches/feedback!)




Changelog:

Now the download actually contains the code (looked @ ms patents in europe and it looks like msstyle is ok).
The style is based on alloy (thanks to all authors for such a great template).
Help: I'd need some help with the following:
1. scrollbars: i'd be grateful if you could help me with painting the scrollbars (had all kinds of problems with that)
2. any ideas on speeding up the painting (stretching/tiling algorithms would be a good start :) )
3. the .msstyle contains the window decoration style as well. it would be nice if someone could start working on the windeco stuff and make it share the bitmaps with the widgets style (any idea on how to create a nice/fast shared engine using KDE's mechanisms?)

Notes:
1. The code will probably segfault if a weird input file is given (no safeguards)
2. Go to deviantart.com and download a style (reluna is my fav from there) and point the fialog to load the .msstyle file from there (uncompress the zip...)
3. it looks like Qt does some image caching for radio/checkboxes. any way to "undo" that?
4. the qt code is mainly designed to verify the correct loading of the PE file.




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 Awsome

 
 by 18volt on: Aug 26 2004
 
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Please Do it! If this will let me create themes in windows for linux I will be extremely greatful, as I have failed miserably in making a themes in linux, but have crated very beautiful themes in my past windows days, I just have no skill in coding :( (Im listening to the DeCSS mp3 by Xader Vartec while riding this :)


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 WOW !!!!!!1

 
 by LTD602 on: Aug 26 2004
 
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OMG.

This is incredible. It will certainly have a HUGE impact on the way we skin Linux . . . if it works, and skins a fair amount of the desktop elements.

Wow. Please finish this.


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 I agree

 
 by Superstoned on: Aug 26 2004
 
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with the above comments - this is way cool. please release the code!


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 MS styles

 
 by elektroschock on: Aug 26 2004
 
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Via interoperability provisions is shall be no problem to load from a file format. The only obstacle could be an ugly software patent on a style engine.

conversion of MS styles would be great. Of course those styles would belong to their copyright holder.

EU swpats see http://gauss.bacon.su.se

and support FFII to avoid EU swpat legislation.

http://swpat.ffii.org


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 I say go for it.

 
 by andygodwin on: Aug 27 2004
 
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I have no idea about the legal issues - as the guy above said, it all depends on patents - but the idea itself is brilliant. While I'd obviously prefer native styles, there aren't really too many good ones at all, and this is an ideal solution for 'bridging the gap'.


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 do it

 
 by nuka on: Aug 27 2004
 
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im not a lawyer, but windowblinds can convert msstyles to their propriety format, and MS recomends them. id say there is no problem here.


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