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QtCurve (KDE4, KDE3, & Gtk2 Theme)

  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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QtCurve (KDE4, KDE3, & Gtk2 Theme)
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QtCurve (KDE4, KDE3, & Gtk2 Theme)
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  196994
Submitted:  Jun 7 2006
Updated:  Jan 16 2013

Description:

This is a set of widget styles for Qt4/KDE4, KDE3 and Gtk2 based apps.

0.49 is the first version to have a Qt4/KDE4 port. This version may be compiled with just Qt4 - in which case the KDE4 control panel config dialog will not be built. See the INSTALL file for more details.

The fonts and colours for the GTK themes will be read in from your Qt settings - so any KDE font/colour changes will also affect your GTK apps.

**NOTE:** The Gtk3 release has been removed, as the Gtk theme API has changed!

NOTE: kde-look.org had a server crash, and the original QtCurve entry was deleted.




Changelog:

KDE4
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1.8.14
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1. Fix loading of kwin decoration/config under KDE4.9


KDE3
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1.8.5
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1. Allow scrollbar sliders to be as thin as 5 pixels. At this setting, sliders will be squared.


Gtk2
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1.8.16
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1. fix memleak with newer versions of cairo.




LicenseGPL
Source(KDE 4 - 1.8.14)
Source(KDE 3 - 1.8.5)
Source(Gtk 2 - 1.8.16)
Source(Previous KDE4 release (1.7.2))
Source(Previous KDE3 release (1.7.1))
Source(Previous Gtk2 release (1.7.2))
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 1.7 update & Aurorea prob

 
 by dee2er on: Nov 12 2010
 
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Updated to qtcurve 1.7 (both qt4 + gtk2) and now all Aurorea window decorations have problems with transperancy. Is there any way to fix this new issue? I couldn't find a new setting to play with.


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 Re: 1.7 update & Aurorea prob

 
 by CraigD on: Nov 12 2010
 
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What are the problems? Which KDE and Qt versions are you using?


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 Re: 1.7 update & Aurorea prob

 
 by CraigD on: Nov 12 2010
 
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Just tried using the 'seven' Aurorea decoration - and its transparency works ok for me. This is with KDE SC4.5 and Qt4.7


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 Re: Re: 1.7 update & Aurorea prob

 
 by dee2er on: Nov 12 2010
 
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I have Kde 4.5.3 and Qt 4.7.1.

The problem is the rendering of transperancy a user of one of my themes experiencing the same problems posted this screen captur http://yfrog.com/f/3msnapshot6fp/

I can also confirm downgrading to QtCurve 1.6 restores correct behaviour.
And both myself and the person who posted the screen shot are using 64 bit Arch, perhaps there is a bug in the build.

If it's not related to Arch I was wondering if it could be somthing in your new code for the QtCurve window decoration playing a game with Aurorae.

Sorry about the lack of info before, you do awesome work.


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 Re: Re: Re: 1.7 update & Aurorea prob

 
 by dee2er on: Nov 12 2010
 
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Just wanted to add I only reverted my qt4 version of QtCurve to 1.6, the gtk version of QtCurve 1.7 seems fine with aurorae.


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 Re: Re: 1.7 update & Aurorea prob

 
 by dee2er on: Nov 13 2010
 
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Further experimentation reveals the problem only presents when using older QtCurve presets. Guess I can just make a new preset.


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 Re: Re: Re: 1.7 update & Aurorea prob

 
 by CraigD on: Nov 13 2010
 
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Can you email me a 'broken' preset - because I cant fix this unless I know your settings.


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 gtk crash

 
 by koko2k on: Nov 12 2010
 
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Hi, i just downloaded the new version (thanks), i've set a background image from file and make a gradient which goes from full trnasparency to full opacity.
i've set that gradient to menubars and window borders.
I expected qtcurve to spread that gradient across menubar and title bar (infact, it works for color value shading)m to make those background image smoothly disappears.
Unfortunately, it seems that alpha value doesn't 'spread' like the color value.
I hope i was clear :)

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Also, menubar alpha value is ignored in gtk.


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 Re: gtk crash

 
 by CraigD on: Nov 12 2010
 
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Where is the crash?

Can you send me (via email - address is in AUTHORS file) you qtcurve settings? And perhaps a mock-up of what it is supposed to look like?


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 Re: Re: gtk crash

 
 by koko2k on: Nov 12 2010
 
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Well, there's no crash :)
I've had several crashes at home on gtk when trying the same settings (or at least i think) and open a menu, it happened everytime, then i started to write the subject here, but on my work pc i couldn't reproduce it and i forgot to correct the message, sorry.

Anyway i emailed you the screenshots you requested about the other issue with settings file and background image.

Thanks!


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 Nice ! But I'm having a bug !

 
 by Moviuro on: Nov 13 2010
 
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Hi !
First, I wanted to thank you for enhancing our KDE 4 experience with this absolutely fantastic module ! (transparency <3)
BUT...
...Since I use QtCurve 1.6.4 on mandriva Linux 2010.1 (x86_64) (KDE 4.4.3) (I now use QtCurve 1.7.0), When I open a KDE-application (such as Kopete, Dolphin, System Overview, Kwrite...), it doesn't open in front of me, but on the previous (or next) desktop, at the very bottom of the screen, letting me only see the title bar --*, which is quite uncomfortable.
Is it a QtCurve bug ? If yes (or not), where could it come from ? Can I change it without having to delete QtCurve ?...
Please ! help :D


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 Re: Nice ! But I'm having a bug !

 
 by CraigD on: Nov 13 2010
 
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Are you using compiz window manager with QtCurve's opacity settings? This is know not to work.

If not, its hard to know whats wrong without knowing your settings. Please use the config dialog to export your settings and email these to me.


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 Opacity related bugs

 
 by hellblade on: Nov 13 2010
 
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1. Blur is not working here.
How to reproduce:
a. enable Blur effect in System Settings > Kwin effects
b. change QtCurve theme Window Opacity to anything < 100%
c. start a new application

Expected behavior:
- Transparent windows have their background blurred.

Observed behavior:
- Transparent windows don't use blur while other applications do (such as KMenu and Plasma).

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2. When Opacity is enabled, windows open in second monitor (dual monitor setup with twin view). Disabling it (set to 100%) returns to expected behavior.
How to reproduce:
a. have a dual monitor setup (nvidia's twin view here) with new windows set to open in the screen containing the cursor so that everything works as expected
b. change QtCurve theme Window Opacity to anything < 100%
c. start a new application from a launcher (eg. KMenu) in first screen _without_ moving the mouse to second screen

Expected behavior:
- The new window opens in the first screen.

Observed behavior:
- The new window opens in the second screen.

Comments:
- It looks like QtCurve with transparent windows doesn't understand the dual monitor or it somehow interferes with Kwin window placement.
- Also, this happens even if I select Oxygen Kwin decorations.

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My System:
* QtCurve 1.6.4
* KDE 4.5.3
* Qt 4.7.0
* Nvidia 260.19.12
* Kernel 2.6.36
* Kubuntu 10.10


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- Albert Einstein

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 Re: Opacity related bugs

 
 by CraigD on: Nov 13 2010
 
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When a window is made
translucent, Qt recreates the window - at position 0,0 on the screen. To get
kwin to place it in the 'correct' location - QtCurve (and Bespin and Oxygen)
move this to 10000,10000. Kwin notices this is odd, so fixes it.

Perhaps 10000,10000 is not enough for a dual monitor setup - can you try editing qtcurve.cpp and increase this value?

As for blur - I cant test this until next week. I only have 4.4 here, and 4.5 at work.


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 Re: Re: Opacity related bugs

 
 by hellblade on: Nov 13 2010
 
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I will try your suggestion if I get some free time.

In the meanwhile I would like to add that dialog opacity has the same effect on dialog placement (sounds like your explanation is right).

About the first bug it looks like popup blur is applied (I had to restart my X session first).


"Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labor in freedom."
- Albert Einstein

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 Re: Re: Opacity related bugs

 
 by hellblade on: Nov 13 2010
 
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I just recompiled with 100000,100000 and even higher and while windows now open in the expected screen, they always open in the top left corner.

I double checked after restarting X and only opacity 100% will follow the right (smart) placement.


"Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labor in freedom."
- Albert Einstein

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 Re: Opacity related bugs

 
 by CraigD on: Nov 13 2010
 
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OK, just upgraded to KDE 4.5.3

Bur works fine for me - in both the window decoration, and the style.


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 Re: Re: Opacity related bugs

 
 by hellblade on: Nov 13 2010
 
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Could it be Nvidia binary driver related?
Whet card/driver do you have?


"Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labor in freedom."
- Albert Einstein

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 Re: Re: Re: Opacity related bugs

 
 by CraigD on: Nov 13 2010
 
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I use NVIDIA here at home! I upgraded to KDE 4.5.3 on openSUSE 11.3 - and plasma keeps crashing! However, the kwin blur did work. I've since downgraded back to 4.4 - as its kinda hard to work without plasma!

Seems to be issues with KDE4.5 and the latest NVIDIA driver - but I could not find a way to downgrade that!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Opacity related bugs

 
 by hellblade on: Nov 15 2010
 
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I fixed blur by resetting Kwin settings to their defaults. Not sure which specific option caused that problem but now everything gets blurred as expected.

Anyways thanks for your continued support and development of the best linux theming engine ever.


"Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labor in freedom."
- Albert Einstein

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 Please Help!

 
 by Saleel on: Nov 13 2010
 
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Not seeing how to tile an image, I see the file option and the scaling option.


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 Re: Please Help!

 
 by CraigD on: Nov 13 2010
 
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Select 'tiled image' for 'background appearance'


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 Re: Re: Please Help!

 
 by Saleel on: Nov 14 2010
 
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http://imagebin.ca/img/E4gkhGwO.png

Not seeing it :(


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 Re: Re: Re: Please Help!

 
 by Saleel on: Nov 14 2010
 
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Nevermind I am moron. Please keep up the great work!


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 Re: Re: Re: Please Help!

 
 by hellblade on: Nov 14 2010
 
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Just a quick question: what is your theme called? I like it!


"Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labor in freedom."
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Please Help!

 
 by Saleel on: Nov 14 2010
 
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I dont really have a name for it but I believe that is config based on a color scheme I have called "clean"


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 VMWare on QTCurve 1.7.1

 
 by apolodor on: Nov 15 2010
 
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When I updated from QTCurve 1.7.0 to 1.7.1, VMWare workstation start malfunctioning: instead of the normal image in its window, I can only see the mouse on a black screen. I have Kubuntu 10.10 as host, VMWare 7.1.2 and Windows XP and 7 as guests. I have reverted to QTCurve 1.6.4 and everything is fine.


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 Re: VMWare on QTCurve 1.7.1

 
 by apolodor on: Nov 15 2010
 
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More data I forgot to mention, sorry: KDE 4.5.3, QT 4.7.0, no compiz/effects.


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 Re: VMWare on QTCurve 1.7.1

 
 by CraigD on: Nov 15 2010
 
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This will probably be due to the change to use an RGBA colormap to draw rounded tooltips/menus - which gives them softer edges.

You can either turn off rounding for tooltips/popupmenus, or exclude VMware from the list of apps to use menu opacity for. (The same setting to turns off the RGBA menu/tooltips).


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 Re: Re: VMWare on QTCurve 1.7.1

 
 by CraigD on: Nov 15 2010
 
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If adding VMWare to the excluded apps works - can you please let me know which stirng you used? e.g. is it vmware-workstation? I can then add it to the default list of excluded apps, for 1.7.2


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 Re: Re: Re: VMWare on QTCurve 1.7.1

 
 by apolodor on: Nov 15 2010
 
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Now it works. Just "vmware", under "No menu opacity". Thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: VMWare on QTCurve 1.7.1

 
 by apolodor on: Nov 15 2010
 
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Now it works. Just "vmware", under "No menu opacity". Thanks!


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