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Krisp 0.1

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

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Krisp 0.1
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Krisp 0.1
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Krisp 0.1
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  15019
Submitted:  Dec 1 2004
Updated:  Dec 1 2004

Description:

Widget style based on the Plastik style. This style incorporates/combines components from the lipstik and PlastiQ styles. Krisp also has the following features:
--all new menu bar widgets
--a bunch of other small tweaks
--some things I'm probably forgetting

Special thanks to Patrice Tremblay and Martin Beck for their great work.

This is my first attempt at a kde style, so I hope to get lots of feedback.

Enjoy!

NOTE: version 0.1 will overwrite a previously installed Lipstik style! This is a temporary nusance that will be taken care of as soon as I can find the time.




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 menu separators

 
 by ryampolsky on: Dec 1 2004
 
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I think the highlight on a selected submenu looks nice, but the menu separator bars (Most Used Applications, All Applications, etc) are too busy.

Maybe if they didn't extend over the icon bar on the left and just highlighted the text area of the separator, they'd be less intrusive.


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 Re: menu separators

 
 by kmeehl on: Dec 2 2004
 
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You must mean on the K menu... I'm not sure I have control over this. I'll try to look into it.

Thanks
-kM


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 great !

 
 by mononoke on: Dec 3 2004
 
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i really like the combination of Lipstik and PlastikQ ! though, i would prefer the gradient-style for buttons, scrollbars.. like current plastik-style. also the Popup-Menu in Lipstik [like shown in 2cd screenshot of lipstik] looks more _nice_ but maybe that relies on your stronger blue color-theme? also white arrows on pulldown-menus [like shown in 1. Screenshot of PlastikQ] looks also very _good_.
the Hover-effect when the mouse-pointer is moved over toolbar-buttons in current plastik-style is also nice :]

thanks


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 Re: great !

 
 by kmeehl on: Dec 3 2004
 
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Thanks for your comments!

"i would prefer the gradient-style for buttons, scrollbars.. like current plastik-style."

In future versions, I see this becoming a configurable option.

"also the Popup-Menu in Lipstik...looks more _nice_"

Indeed. I was going for a unified theme here where everything takes on the same feel. I find that user interfaces become surprisingly enjoyable to use when everything is consistent and has the same feel. I am actually in the process of expanding on this in future versions. As for the specific menu style that you like, it would be easy to make this style into an option.

"also white arrows on pulldown-menus...looks also very _good_"

Agreed. In Krisp (and I believe in PlastikQ as well) this is based on the text highlight color that you have configured in the Control Center. Again, this is for consistency. White arrows simply require a white text highlight color.

"the Hover-effect when the mouse-pointer is moved over toolbar-buttons in current plastik-style is also nice"

Krisp uses the same style for this.

So to recap, I've got a lot of great ideas (I think) for where I want to go with the Krisp style. Hopefully I should be making another release before long, so stay tuned! Thanks for your comments!!

-kM


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 SuSE 9.2

 
 by PlutoNash on: Dec 6 2004
 
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Do I need another themes/styles installed before can use it under SuSE 9.2?


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 Re: SuSE 9.2

 
 by kmeehl on: Dec 10 2004
 
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No. To install just do the normal ./configure; make; make install


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 Re: Re: SuSE 9.2

 
 by PlutoNash on: Dec 10 2004
 
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Works "./configure" but at "make", after few lines it stops an say that something like "lipstik.moc" is missing...


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 empty theme manager

 
 by islander on: Jan 7 2005
 
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After I installed Krisp, there was no error. Then I went to Control Center (I'm on Suse 9.2) theme manager and the list was empty. How to apply this theme to Suse?


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 Re: empty theme mana

 
 by kmeehl on: Jan 13 2005
 
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You will not find Krisp under themes as it it a widget style. After installing it, it should appear in the 'style' dialog in the 'widget style' drop-down list.

Enjoy.

-kM


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 impressed?

 
 by yogeshm02 on: Feb 21 2005
 
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Nice theme, but may I ask you the name of icon set you used?


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 Re: impressed?

 
 by kmeehl on: Feb 22 2005
 
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It's actually my own mix of Nuvula
( http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=5358 )
and Zenith
( http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=14838 )


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 Krisp & login dialog

 
 by yogeshm02 on: Feb 24 2005
 
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Thanks for the links.

I have found a problem with krisp. I am using kdm and for the options available for the widgets to be used for login dialog, there is no option for krisp, instead another option lipstic is listed, which works but not like krisp.


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