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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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 Should be fine...

 
 by marsonist on: Aug 27 2004
 
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As with the others IANAL, but reverse engineering is completely legal. The only "exceptions" come if the files have any sort of copy protection that requires disabling or cracking (e.x. DVD's macrovision) or if the code you use uses code stolen from copyrighted projects.

Outside of the two above exceptions reverse engineering is completely legal. They can copyright content (e.x. sell skin files), but they can't enforce how that copyrighted content is used. (how these skins will be used)

Just my non-professional two cents.

~Steve


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 semicolon

 
 by Momo on: Aug 30 2004
 
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in cvs src/loader/resourcestyle.h, you put a semicolon after Q_OBJECT, and my gcc was very unhappy with that, so I removed it and compiling went fine. I am using gcc 3.4.1 so it may be a new syntax inherent to it or something.


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 Crash and success

 
 by Momo on: Aug 30 2004
 
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styleloader crashes when I launch it and then just click the Cancel button. Unfortunately, kde was not compiled with debugging on my machine (yoper), so it doesn't say more than just :
Populating the list of available configurations...
KCrash: Application 'styleloader' crashing...

Other than that, the styles Opus,ModLuna and OliviaSky loaded just fine, except for the input tab, where the slide bar and the progress bar look very weird (but you seem to say this is normal behavior as for now).
Anyway, hat you've already done is amazing, please keep up the good work.


Momo
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 Re: Crash and succes

 
 by equinoxe on: Aug 30 2004
 
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Thanks for the feedback! :)

The "cancel" on the initial dialog box implies a QString::null (if i remember correctly), and the subsequent code tries to open the file with that name (no safety code here). that's why it crashes..

I'll try to do something about scrollbars, but i must admit i'm not entirely sure how to paint it and that's why i'm looking fr help from a "pro" :)

Cheers,

L


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 Re: Re: Crash and succes

 
 by Momo on: Aug 30 2004
 
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ok, so I guess the null string will go into the error check procedure once implemented with all the other possible errors (after all a nice "Sorry" Dialog looks a lot better than an error 11 ;)).
I am trying to learn Qt currently but I am still an early newbie so I won't likely be able to help you with the scrollbars, but maybe you could look at thinkeramik's code for example : it is very complete and it basically loads pixmaps from pngs (iirc, or were those xpm ?), so maybe the similarity in the principle will help you. (from what I understood, you first convert bitmaps to pixmaps and then you load the result).
Once again, thank you and good luck.


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 Very promising ...

 
 by eriol on: Aug 30 2004
 
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Momo said all ...
Same bugs plus a bug when trying to load a style with large or extra large fonts (I understand it's in early stage of development) and same hopes : can't wait to see my whole linux/qt desktop with great msworld styles (longhron inspirat by stefanka rocks !) ...

Can be some kind of revolution in kde theming ...
Keep up the good work !


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 Re: Very promising .

 
 by equinoxe on: Aug 30 2004
 
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can you please give me some more details? like the style name(/location)? Thanks,

L


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 Re: Re: Very promising .

 
 by eriol on: Aug 30 2004
 
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What about ?
Longhorn Inspirat ?

If it's the case, here it is :
http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/7631106/

(I never used it. I don't have Windows for long. But I always look at what is done for it ...)

If it's not the case ... i'm afraid I don't understand.

Eriol.


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 Re: Re: Re: Very pro

 
 by equinoxe on: Aug 30 2004
 
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thanks a mill. that's it! :) i'll be looking at ti later on :)

Thanks again,

L


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 Don't mention it.

 
 by eriol on: Aug 30 2004
 
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I hope you'll like it (sure you will)
If only kde could be themed like that ... But there's a lot of reshacking. I don't think it will ever be working this way for us ... so sad.

BTW sorry for double posting ... don't know what happened ..


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 reshack

 
 by equinoxe on: Aug 30 2004
 
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Yes, there s quite a bit of that involved, but as far as which bitmap does what in the style, it's pretty straight forward. plus the fact that kde style uses a subset of the msstyle library (the msstyle includes all kind of extra bits that are unusable in kde - e.g. the start bar stuff, menu things)

thanks for the thinkeramik pointer :) I'll have a look and hopefully i'll figure out how to draw the scrollbars...

Cheers,

L


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 Re: Re: Very promising .

 
 by anonymous on: Aug 30 2004
 
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What about ?
Longhorn Inspirat ?

If it's the case, here it is :
http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/7631106/

(I never used it. I don't have Windows for long. But I always look at what is done for it ...)

If it's not the case ... i'm afraid I don't understand.

Eriol.


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 anything new?

 
 by nuka on: Sep 27 2004
 
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so, are there any updates for this?


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 I'm at a loss...

 
 by elempoimen on: Dec 1 2004
 
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Ok, I guess I'm probably being a bit ignorant here, but is this just a proof of concept, or can one actually install and use msstyle files with KDE? If so, how? I have stylebuilder compiled and installed, and can load a style (when I invoke stylebuilder from the command line), but I can't figure out how to apply them.

Thanks!


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