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Klearlook

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

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Klearlook
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Klearlook
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  19089
Submitted:  Nov 24 2005
Updated:  Apr 25 2006

Description:

This is my second Clearlook-like KDE style. It is based on QtCurve (thanks to felipe for the hint).

I hope you like it.




Changelog:

** version 0.9.9.2 (bugfix release)
- thanks Gabriel C. for the patches and hints)

** version 0.9.9
- Text entry field has border
- fixed combobox arrow button
- ...

** version 0.9.8
- removed unsed spaces from popup menu, when icons are disabled
- some other somaller things

** version 0.9.7
- menubar has gradient
- fixed round edges for selected popup menuitem
- some smaller fixes

** version 0.9.5
- darker menubar background colour can be enabled/disabled
- popup menu background colouring level can be configured in config dialog (100 = bg colour; less 100: darker; greater 100: lighter)

** version 0.9.4
- coloured top border on selected tab
- some small fixes

** version 0.9.3
- smaller border for statusbar
- fixed combobox entry field

** version 0.9.2
- fixed problem with menu and toolbar borders (thanks to HermanR )
- fixed color of activated and enabled popup menu item

** version 0.9.1
- fixed height of seperator in popup menu
- relayout config page
- fixed background coloration of popup menu




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 Great style

 
 by cseaton on: Dec 1 2005
 
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First I would like to say that I love your port of clearlooks to kde.

I also would like to point out that the location bar(in Konqueror) cuts off the top and bottom of taller icons.

It also would be nice if there was an option to have less of a gradient difference between the menu and toolbar (so the menu gradient is only slightly darker or the same gradient as the toolbar). An option for menus to match the menu bar gradient would be nice as well (instead of just white).

Just some suggestions. Thanks for you work :).


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 Great

 
 by linuxcolor on: Dec 2 2005
 
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Great ....... What a Great Style i ever seen...........
Keep it up.............


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 fonts

 
 by standfest on: Dec 3 2005
 
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2 p3001ee

Hi! How do you get your dekstop and taskbar fonts led round by a white contour?


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 fonts

 
 by standfest on: Dec 3 2005
 
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thx, i've already found how to get this.


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 Button order, etc.

 
 by ChristianMayrhuber on: Dec 3 2005
 
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Hi,

Gnome Folks changed the OK/Cancel button order at Gnome 2.0. I don't mind in which order these buttons are but I hate if the order changes when using a mixture of KDE and GTK applications on the same desktop. Sometimes, I just click the wrong button. If there is a simple way in QT/KDE styles (QT/KDE is usually more flexible than GTK/Gnome) a configuration option to change the button order to GTK default would be very nice.

Btw.: My eclipse installation has drawing erros with the original Clearlooks theme engine but draws fine with the combination of Klearlook + GTK-QT (for gtk) theme engines.

Great work!

For other people who try to get a unified desktop I can recommend to try the combination of Klearlooks, GTK-QT engine (for gtk), Clearlooks color theme and nuoveXT icon theme (for KDE and Gnome).

Cheers,
Christian


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 Re: Button order, etc.

 
 by angrykeyboarder on: Dec 14 2005
 
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Or if the nuoveXT theme isn't to your liking there's alwyas Crystal SVG, Tango, GNOME-mix, Noia, Nuvola...


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 up arrow

 
 by janet on: Dec 4 2005
 
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Is there a way to add an up arrow at the bottom of the slider like in other styles? It's more convenient, you don't have to go all the way up with your mouse when you scrolled down just to press that up button.


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