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Tiblit

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

Score 74%
Tiblit
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Tiblit
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  20990
Submitted:  Feb 15 2005
Updated:  Jun 16 2005

Description:

Tiblit is a KDE style focused on customization and experiments with modern human-computer interaction. My aim with the project is to create a highly customizable QT style that looks completely different than what is currently available.

A bit of a warning about 2.0 beta. Don't bother complaining. It's _extremely_ rough around the edges and I'm building a new tiblit around a different engine. 3.0? Eh...

Build contributions:
The BSD port is provided by dolmant1.
The ebuild is provided by Lenz.

Patch contributions:
Chris Parker - Styleconf




Changelog:

Tiblit Development Versions now available via anonymous pserver cvs access on sourceforge.
CVSROOT=":pserver:anonymous@cvs.sf.net:/cvsroot/tiblit"
cvs login [no password]
cvs co tiblit

Tiblit 1.2 Release
Fixed combobox borders (bug reported by labba).
Statusbars appear flat when statusbar border color matches background color (nightdragon request).
Made light buttons lighter.
Fixed scrollbar grooves (bug reported by Deciare).
Adjusted slider4 of scrollbar sliders to better show arrow decorations.
Slight improvements to sliders.
Adjusted checkbox and radio buttons.
Improved look of scrollbar arrows.
Adjusted all button heights +2.
Fixed comboboxes not drawing their borders when no prelight was used.

Tiblit 1.1 Release
Added prototype of menu gradient decays. Supports decay speed (fastest, fast, normal, slow, slowest) in both vertical and horizontal directions. Also added gradient types (Horizontal, Vertical, Diagonal, Cross Diagonal, Elliptical, Pyramidal, Pipe-crossed, Rectangular). [prototype, needs work - see third screenshot]

Now supports three button graphics: Standard, Gradient, and Light

Added four buttons sizes: Tiny, Small, Standard, and Large

Tweaked scrollbars.
Fixed combobox border inconsistency.
Fixed button higlights in gradient mode.

Tiblit 1.0 Release
Customizable features:

Custom colors
Foreground text
Background
Stripe
Separator
Selected foreground text
Selected background
Selected shadow
Borders

XRender gradients (bg color to stripes)

Draw background image in XRender mode (scaled or tiled)

3D / Strong 3D effects
Selected items
Menu stripe

Style colors
Active tab line
Scrollbar
Slider
Arrow button
Arrow
Groove
Slider color

Pushbutton prelight
Inner circumference or whole button

Combobox prelight
Inner circumference or whole box
(lightweight boxes use the prelight color to draw arrow / border)

Border colors
Buttons
Comboboxes
Status bar buttons

Progressbar settings
Color
Normal text
Higlighted text
Groove

Extra Options
Allow use of pushbutton color for bevel buttons
Use background color for tabs
Higlighting of default buttons
Highlighting of active taskbar buttons
Flatten active tabs
Surround sunken panels / statusbars with dark borders
Surround taskbar buttons with borders
Reduce button sizes
Contrast dictates border's thickness of menubar and toolbar
Draw progress bar values (default off)
Force use of lower case text (menus, buttons, tabs)
Force removal of menu icons
Draw dashed menu separators
Progressbar Options
Animate progressbars
Reverse animations
Animation Speed (slow, medium, fast)

Others
Shadow text (menus, menubars, buttons, tabs)
Strong gradations
buttons, bevels, comboboxes
Lightweidght widgets
Editable comboboxes
Standard comboboxes
Disabling of features
Border of menubars and scrollbar grooves
2nd line of toolbar handles and applet handles
KMenu titles
Do not draw disabled menu items
Do not draw menu separators

And saving and loading of personal and global "schemes".




LicenseGPL
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(2.0 Beta (stay away!))
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 No source tarball?

 
 by Zoombie on: Apr 30 2005
 
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There's no plain old source package?


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 Re: No source tarbal

 
 by maitre on: Apr 30 2005
 
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Nope. Just two BSD packages with the same version... ;) I fixed it.


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 Re: Re: No source ta

 
 by Zoombie on: Apr 30 2005
 
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thanks!


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 Hide focus rectangle

 
 by bardack on: May 30 2005
 
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Hello, really good theme.

I was wondering if you can add an option to hide the dashed focus rectangle (or maybe to paint it with a solid color).
I really dislike that rectangle.

Thank you.

Bye


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 Re: Hide focus recta

 
 by maitre on: May 30 2005
 
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I agree - I'm doing that in 2.0 right now.


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 Re: Re: Hide focus recta

 
 by bardack on: May 30 2005
 
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Well, I forget to mention also the dotted line of trees (like dir trees or the folder tree view in kmail), can u find a way to display a solid line instead of a dotted one.

Thanks


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 Re: Re: Re: Hide foc

 
 by maitre on: Jun 1 2005
 
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The focus rects I can do. I have to charge you for your second request. ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: Hide foc

 
 by maitre on: Jun 1 2005
 
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Better yet - that's such a trivial thing to do - send a patch. :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Hide foc

 
 by bardack on: Jun 9 2005
 
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Well, at the moment I'm really busy with university. I need some free time to look into kde sources to see how to do that (I'm new in kde style coding).
I think the 2.0 will be out long before I will do that ;)


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 enhancements

 
 by Roze on: Jun 1 2005
 
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Hi, I'm using this style right now and there are a few things I'd like to see improved.

consider it suggestions, no demands :)

1. smaller configuration window
2. colored outlines for all widgets (not just buttons)
3. sharper and more visible edges on radiobuttons, checkboxes and scrollbars

well, that's about it.
thanks for a really nice style, especially for the menues and colored outlines on buttons :D


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 Re: enhancements

 
 by maitre on: Jun 1 2005
 
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> Hi, I'm using this style right now and
> there are a few things I'd like to see
> improved.
>
> consider it suggestions, no demands :)
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> 1. smaller configuration window

Already done in 2.0.

> 2. colored outlines for all widgets (not
> just buttons)

Be careful with your use of the word *all*. Maybe radios and checkboxes first?

> 3. sharper and more visible edges on
> radiobuttons, checkboxes and
> scrollbars

Scrollbars are done too.


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 Re: Re: enhancements

 
 by Roze on: Jun 2 2005
 
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RozeRoze
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> Already done in 2.0.
Great!

> Be careful with your use of the word > *all*. Maybe radios and checkboxes
> first?
sure, one step at the time.

any release date set? as in "about that month"? =)


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 Re: Re: Re: enhancem

 
 by maitre on: Jun 2 2005
 
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I would have a release date if I had help. I can do the coding and graphic work, but I've got an empty sourceforge website, no testers, no translators... :( So to answer your question, um, when 2.0 is ready it will be released. ;)


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 icons

 
 by lordcrow on: Jun 16 2005
 
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what's the name of your iconset ???

btw: nice style!, i'm happy to see that you're reaching v 2.0


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 Re: icons

 
 by maitre on: Jun 16 2005
 
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David Lanham's icons.
http://www.dlanham.com


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 Scrollbar buttons

 
 by Deciare on: Jun 17 2005
 
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Maybe it's just me, but it looks like a line is still drawn between the Up/Left scroll buttons and the scrollbar groove, whereas no line is drawn between the groove and the Down/Right buttons.

If the "Remove subtract-line are from add-line button of scrollbar" option is checked, then a line is drawn between the scrollbar groove and both sets of buttons.

Personally, I think the scrollbars look more attractive without the line separating the buttons and the groove. I'd like an option to make it so that no line separator is drawn for either set of scroll buttons.


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 Re: Scrollbar buttons

 
 by maitre on: Jun 17 2005
 
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Try the "disable scrollbar border" option as well. And select the exact same color for the scrollbar grooves as you do for the scrollbar buttons.


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 Re: Re: Scrollbar bu

 
 by Deciare on: Jun 17 2005
 
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I set both the "Arrow" and "Groove" colours to exactly #F5F2F3, which is the same as the window background. I've also checked the "Disable border of scrollbar grooves" option. No luck, sorry.


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 Flat statusbars

 
 by Deciare on: Jun 17 2005
 
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The status bar only appears flat when the statusbar border colour matches the background colour and the "Surround the sunken panels and the statusbars with dark borders" option is checked.

Also, the colour that the border has to match isn't the window background colour, but the statusbar background colour.

In Konqueror, when multiple tabs/views are open, the statusbar background is tinted a few shades brighter than the window background colour, which causes the statusbar to look unflattened again.


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 Re: Flat statusbars

 
 by maitre on: Jun 17 2005
 
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I think I'm going to have to quote the "rough around the edges" part in the description...


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 Re: Re: Flat statusb

 
 by Deciare on: Jun 18 2005
 
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Righto, got it. Just pointing stuff out in the spirit of beta.


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 Re: Re: Re: Flat sta

 
 by maitre on: Jun 18 2005
 
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I appreciate it - believe me. Patches would be nicer but hey, who am I to nitpick. Anyway - I hope to resolve a lot of issues by switching engines.


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