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Powder

  

Window Decoration native KDE 3.2 +

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Powder
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Powder
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  6844
Submitted:  Oct 8 2005
Updated:  Oct 31 2005

Description:

I got inspired by some plasmoids mockups I saw while surfing around.

The content frame is part of the windec. The borders are larger than the usually so thin and unreachable borders --Usability!-- but they don't look so.

Please note the styled menu button. The usual icon never reacts like the other buttons so I replaced it. (This is optional.)




Changelog:

0.6:

- Double click on menu button now close the window.

- On request, the windows can keep their round corners even when maximized.

- Config dialog re-worked. There's room for some more options.


0.5:

- Shaded windows are now more compact and looking better.

- The buttons glow the same way on active and inactive windows. That's also looking better.


0.4:

- KeepAbove and KeepBelow now have a different icon when activated.

- Button icons slightly changed --for the best, I hope. Old buttons are still available. (See README.)




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 Konpmgr translucency

 
 by zammi on: Oct 18 2005
 
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Hi, I'm using kompmgr translucency with deco only option (comes in kde 3.5). In this case obviously I cannot get the nice looking inner corners. You can work on this. (inluding fancy translucency/blur for menubar/toolbar - if you have an idea to do a style). If you are interested talk to Thomas of Baghira ( http://sourceforge.net/forum/message.php?msg_id=3364417 ) on this.


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 Re: Konpmgr transluc

 
 by Maxilys on: Oct 18 2005
 
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Yes, I understand the problem. If you make the windec transparent, the inner frame becomes transparent too.

There's nothing I can do yet as long as I can't define in my windec which part should be transparent and which one shouldn't. The inner frame should be part of the style... but I don't know if this is even possible.

To be true, I actually had a V*sta deco in mind but without real transparency, I can't achieve the desired effect. I could use the Crystal windec's trick but --as good as it is-- I felt it wasn't enough. Besides, the compmgr is so slow on my graphic card that it's totally deactivated. So... Transparency isn't part of my every day life.

As for extending the transparency of the windec to the menu and tool bars, from what I understand in the discussion at Sourceforce, we're not ready yet. That's overly tricky. It would be easy if there weren't such a wall in between the windec and the style but that's the way how KDE works. And I don't foresee any breach in that wall, even with KDE 4. We'd really need a rendering engine like *cough* V*sta *cough*. ;-)

And if I ever write a style, I don't think I would worry much about transparency yet. Having a style that matches Powder windec would already be such a huge achievement for me.

I keep all this in mind while I wait to see what KDE 4 and probably a new Xorg will offer us. I'm sure there are a lot of peole thinking that we can do as good as --even better than-- V*sta.


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 one of the better...

 
 by gryphen on: Oct 18 2005
 
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just wanted to say that the screen shots you've included are great! it's not often that someone takes the time to make them look great, but to also highlight thing with words and pictures. keep up the great work!


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 0.3 buttons better

 
 by Shadowman on: Oct 20 2005
 
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After I installed 0.3, I deleted the source package. Now, I have installed 0.4 and I think that the old buttons looked better. Now, I don't have the 0.3 file anymore to go back. Could you put that file back here too? There might be more people who like the old buttons.


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 Re: 0.3 buttons bett

 
 by Maxilys on: Oct 20 2005
 
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No, no! I won't put version 0.3 back. BUT I will upload a version 0.4 with the file you need to have the old buttons.


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 Old buttons

 
 by Maxilys on: Oct 20 2005
 
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As requested, I made the old button icons available again. This is still Powder 0.4 but the archive bears the number 0.4.1. (See README.)


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 A W E S O M E

 
 by rubentm on: Oct 21 2005
 
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Oh my god, this windeco is THE BEST, i like it, i like it, i like iiiiiiiittttttttt!!!!!!!! Thanks to creator


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 Thanks a lot, dude

 
 by Shadowman on: Oct 21 2005
 
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Maxilys, thank you very much. I agree with rubentm. This windeco is definitely the best. Period.


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