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SUSE2 Windeco


Window Decoration native KDE 3.2 +

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SUSE2 Windeco

SUSE2 Windeco

SUSE2 Windeco

Link:  Link
Downloads:  29749
Submitted:  Apr 30 2005
Updated:  Jun 17 2007


This is the SUSE windeco from 9.3/10.0/10.1 - improved.

Additional features:
-round or sharp top edges
-more options for title placement and shadow etc.
-toggable and changeable logo
-more button types
-custom button colors and shadow
-better transition from top to side borders

Now in Debian unstable as kwin-style-suse2 - Thanks to Adrian Neumaier

And SVN also:
svn co svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/playground/artwork/kwin-decor-suse2


-add a fade out effect if the caption is longer than the titlebar
-a lot of translations provided by SUSE - many incomplete, please complete, thanks
-tweaked defaults
-more generic titlebar icon

-add new titlebar style (Dirk Mueller)
-revert behavior for maximized windows to kde standards (Dirk Mueller)
-add option to select titlebar style

-better antialias for inner round edges
-use custom colors for lipstik button colors also
-#define => enum ButtonStatus
-insert 3 spaces in default button layout before close button
-tune translation a bit
-make some methods const
-disable overridden options

-dont be smart on config changes - fixes wrong button colors when colors change
-fix icon shadows when toolwindows are exactly 4px smaller than normal


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 by peppelorum on: Jun 26 2005
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This widget style just keeps getting better and better. I have updated the Debian package, same url as before.

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 install in Ubuntu

 by Rory on: Jul 6 2005
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I'm just moving over from SuSE 9.3 and missed the SuSE Windeco. THIS one is better!! Not kidding. Looks great.

Thank you!

For those who don't know how to install the .deb package in Ubuntu, place the package in your home folder and in terminal, type:
sudo dpkg -i kwin-decor-suse2_0.2-1_i386_ubuntu.deb

Perhaps we could gather very basic install instructions for these packages and put them in one place, to make things easier for the newbies amongst us?

Again, thanks for the great Windeco. Really appreciate it. You made my day! :) :)


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 White border?

 by lasindi on: Jul 11 2005
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Excellent window decoration! I'm wondering why there is a white, thin border around all of the windows. It's slightly annoying to see it, but other than that, I love it. Thanks!

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 Re: White border?

 by geflei on: Jul 12 2005
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Have you tried the SUSE colorscheme already?

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 by Firetech on: Aug 3 2005
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I just finished building (k)ubuntu deb's for 0.2.1 and 0.2.91.
Although, none of them work as they should.
In both the versions, the logo icon functions does nothing, except change the look in the preview. In the real titlebar it's always the debian logo with no offset
In 0.2.91 the button look setting is the same, it does nothing except for the preview... (Buttons are always the flat plastik same in the real title)

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 Re: Failures

 by Firetech on: Aug 3 2005
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Should add I'm using KDE 3.4.2
Compiling it without making a .deb doesn't help.

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 Re: Re: Failures

 by Firetech on: Aug 9 2005
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Restarting KDE helped (I did it for another reson...)
Running kbuildsycoca should be enough.
The new (k)ubuntu-deb's have been mailed to geflei.

Jocke "Firetech" Andersson
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 Compiling on FreeBSD

 by Tsuroerusu on: Oct 17 2005
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I just switched to FreeBSD from SUSE Linux and I'd really like to have this theme on my KDE, has anyone gotten it to compile correctly on FreeBSD?

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 Re: Compiling on Fre

 by geflei on: Oct 17 2005
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What problems did you have compiling it? If you have Qt 3.3 and KDE >=3.3 (and the devel-packages) installed I think it should work on FreeBSD too.

Cheers, Gerd

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 Needs work

 by angrykeyboarder on: Nov 16 2005
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Better documentation would help greatly:

The "generic" instructions in the "INSTALL" file make no sense.

" By default, `make install' will install the package's files in
`/usr/local/bin', `/usr/local/man', etc. You can specify an
installation prefix other than `/usr/local' by giving `configure' the
option `--prefix=PATH'.

Well the previous version (available in .deb package form) installs files all over the place. How do I specify where the files should go?

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 Re: Needs work

 by geflei on: Nov 17 2005
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Ok, I add some doc for installing in the next release.

But actually it should use the paths given by kde-config (e.g. /usr for debian or /opt/kde3 for SUSE). What distribution do you use?

What do you mean by "all over the place"?

If you want special paths you can specify them in configure (--help) like --libdir= or so.

Greetings, Gerd

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