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Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

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Qinx
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Downloads:  18101
Submitted:  Jul 1 2002
Updated:  Apr 10 2005

Description:

Here is a style inspired by the QNX Photon desktop. Includes a widget style, KWin decoration, and a couple of color schemes.




Changelog:

Version 1.4
- Fix potential crash for some toolbars (licq)

Version 1.3
- Add menu button indicator
- Fixed background mode related bugs
- Add QSplitter highlighting

Version 1.2
- Added help and sticky window buttons
- Minor code improvements
- Fixed toolbuttons with pixmap backgrounds
- Fixed search toolbars

Version 1.1
- Improved toolbar, menubar, tabbar, headers, progress bar, Kicker buttons, popup menus, tree view
- Mouseover highlighting for combo, slider, spin
- Account for reverse layouts

Version 1.0
- Final release for KDE 3.2
- Set proper button icons for window state

Version 0.8
- Minor adjustments to track changing KDE 3.2 API

Version 0.7
- Converted kwin client to KDE 3.2 API
- Added configuration dialog to style

Version 0.6
- Option to reverse titlebar gradients
- Custom button positions in Kwin client
- Fix contrast on dark color schemes (kretz@kde.org)
- Better tab label placement
- Minor optimizations and code cleanup

Version 0.5
- Mouseover and client window buttons
- Fully overlapped tabs on QTabBar
- Fixed background on some custom KToolbars
- Better gradients on tool windows
- Minor optimizations and code cleanup

Version 0.4
- Notched tabs on QTabBar
- Fixed floating popup menus

Version 0.3
- Transparent menus now working
- Improved appearance for floating and KFileDialog toolbars
- Added styling for toolbar and extension widgets
- Added window decoration configuration module
- Fixed menu text "runoff" and error with titled popups due to incorrect size calculations
- Minor visual changes to menus, toolbars and scrollbars

Version 0.2
- Gradient values now follow KGlobalSettings::contrast()
- Removed menu transparency for the present
- Fixed gradient offsets
- Fixed sunken bevel appearance
- Fixed disabled progressbar appearance

Version 0.1
- Initial release




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 Thumbs up...

 
 by PARENA on: Jul 1 2002
 
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I like it and using it. :)


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 Nice, but...

 
 by Gulliver on: Jul 1 2002
 
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I think it looks nice. But it's not (yet) as good as the old QNiX style!
But keep on your work and make it better!


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 nice!

 
 by maxxin on: Jul 1 2002
 
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Thank you! Get up the good work


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 Nice!

 
 by maxxin on: Jul 1 2002
 
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Thank you! Keep up the good work.

This is want I meant to write)


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 QNX

 
 by mathjazz on: Jul 1 2002
 
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I like this style, but IMHO the old one was better. I don't know why. Maybe I just don't like the font you're using (Verdana?).

And I'd like to know what it QNX (or QNiX, not sure). Is this an operating system, desktop environment, window manager...?


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 QNX is...

 
 by Dany-CL on: Jul 1 2002
 
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an OS. A "real-time" OS, meaning it can react quickly. It's for the embended market. It's free for a personnal use, but if you thought Linux is lacking apps, don't look at QNX! Anyway some apps are available: editor, little browser, compiler, etc.More on www.qnx.com .


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 QNX...

 
 by Soyburg on: Jul 1 2002
 
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... is a Real-Time Operating (Unix) System with a GUI called "Photon microGUI", which has the looks that are recreated by the QNX KDE-styles. You can find the product-sheet for Photon microGUI at

http://www.qnx.com/products/ps_photon/

There's an evalutation kit available (mine didn't expire) and the system is fast as hell. I had it as a third OS installed for more than a year but was too lazy to reinstall after a system-upgrade.

Soyburg


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 thank

 
 by mathjazz on: Jul 1 2002
 
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you. I'd like Linux to be as fast as QNX, but it's impossibe. Probably.


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 Fonts

 
 by Brandybuck on: Jul 2 2002
 
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Choose your own fonts! No fonts are built into the style. You are in complete control. See K->Preferences->Look&Feel->Fonts.


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 Heh

 
 by mathjazz on: Jul 2 2002
 
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I know this, of course;-) I just wanted to say that I don't like the PREVIEW, because fonts don't look nice IMHO.


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 Gradients

 
 by zelegans on: Jul 1 2002
 
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Very nice theme.

Is there any way to adjust the gradient intensity of the menubars? I like the gradients, bu they are a bit too strong for my taste.


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 Done!

 
 by Brandybuck on: Aug 9 2002
 
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Done! You can now alter the gradient intensity through the "contrast" value of the color scheme.


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 error

 
 by icebreaker on: Jul 1 2002
 
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why do i get such an error in redhat 7.3:

checking for libz: configure error: not found. Check your installation and look into config.log


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can you hlp me?

ps: I like the QNX-style...keep on working :o)


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 libz

 
 by Brandybuck on: Jul 2 2002
 
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I don't think I can help much, as I don't use Redhat. Taking a quick look at Redhat's site, I see that they have zlib split into two packages, zlib and zlib-devel. You must have both installed.


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 or install it

 
 by xsl on: Jul 2 2002
 
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or install it from scratch:
http://beyond.linuxfromscratch.org/view/cvs/chapter04/zlib.html for details.


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