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Float

  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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Float
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Float
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  4114
Submitted:  Mar 12 2007
Updated:  Mar 26 2007

Description:

This is a recreation of gonx, thanks to Nicolas Sassiat:

http://cotito.free.fr/projects/gonx+index.html

Uses real alpha blend and color transformation in HSV space thanks to Qt4.

This is an alpha release, please talk about ideas, critics and bugs. Mockups with new ideas would be superb! especially tabs.

Thanks to scream for his "many lines" critic, and all others who have left his comment here. I need feedback to make this style great.

Instructions for installing

$ qmake
$ make
$./install.sh

The install script may fail, you are advised, just tested on my experimental kde-trunk account. To uninstall use uninstall.sh

Thanks for testing it. Thanks to Vladimir Pouzanov for the Gentoo ebuild!




Changelog:

*Wed May 30 22:29:37 CEST 2007
-Added ebuild thanks to Vladimir Pouzanov
*Mon Mar 26 2007: 0.1 alpha2
-New groupbox border
-New tabs
-Default button indicator
-Buttons modified
*Mon Mar 12 2007: 0.1 alpha1
-Initial release




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 qt4 app

 
 by rocketpcguy on: Apr 9 2007
 
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is it possible to use this in a qt4 program like wengophone? if so, how?


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 Re: qt4 app

 
 by logixoul on: Apr 9 2007
 
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No. Qt3 styles are for Qt3 apps, Qt4 styles are for Qt4 apps.


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 Re: qt4 app

 
 by peroxid on: Apr 18 2007
 
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Well, if wengophone is a qt4 app it works, of course.

Just run qtconfig.


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 !

 
 by aep on: Apr 14 2007
 
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very nice. thanks for sharing!
worked out of the box for me.
we more of that.


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 progress bar

 
 by mod2000 on: Apr 21 2007
 
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Please fix small error. When QProgressBar has range 0, 0 and it's value is 0, it should move from left to right and back. In float it does nothing.


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 Re: progress bar

 
 by peroxid on: Apr 23 2007
 
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Thanks for the observation. I'll fix it in the next release


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 Tab Bar

 
 by lukoramu on: May 5 2007
 
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Finally, Really nice QT style.

The only problem I have with it is those tabs. First, captions inside tabs are not well-centered. And then, gradients on inactive tabs gives them the 'plastik' resemblance. I would DEFINITELY loose those damn gradients.

Everything, except tab bar, looks great to me (including push buttons and lines, which are most discussed things here :) )


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 OpenSUSE package?

 
 by funkz on: May 20 2007
 
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This looks great.

Would love if someone could provide an OpenSUSE 10.2 rpm. I can't seem to compile it (installed qt4-devel, etc).


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 Looking forward

 
 by chareos on: May 27 2007
 
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Hi,

I can't test this live, but I'm looking forward with warm interest.

I'd like to suggest you a couple of ideas:

- try to keep scrollbars a little more "flat" and with no grips in the throbbers. That make a lot of "noise". Eventually replace the grips with something less noisy, like a little circle or something.

- try to keep less dense the progressbar: so many vertical lines in it can make it... noisy.

- keep the toolbars (you didn't include 'em in the preview so I'm just wondering here) very flat, with no line separators between menu/toolbar/rest of the window and, mainly, with no toolbar grips !

- keep your original buttons, very stilish yet very intuitive.

http://img100.imageshack.us/my.php?image=544771ka7.png

this is a little mockup I did in a hurry, trying to show you what I'm talking about.


As I said, looking forward...... very promising.


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 Re: Looking forward

 
 by peroxid on: May 30 2007
 
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Thank you for the mockup. Your effort is apreciated. First I want to be complete and bug free, then I'll take your ideas.

what is the red cross at the top-left corner?


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 Re: Re: Looking forw

 
 by chareos on: Jun 6 2007
 
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The red cross was meant to say "don't show toolbar grips, pleeeease" ;-)


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