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Skulpture

  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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Skulpture
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Homepage:  Link
Blog:  Link
Downloads:  65151
Submitted:  May 26 2007
Updated:  Feb 8 2010

Description:

Skulpture is a GUI style addon for KDE programs. It features a classical three dimensional artwork with shadows and smooth gradients to enhance the visual experience.

Skulpture has been designed to be light and easy on eyes; many distracting borders or graphical elements have been removed or replaced by simpler artwork. See NOTES and README for additional information.

Skulpture is released as source code under the GNU GPL version 3 license; see INSTALL for installation instructions and COPYING for additional information.

Gentoo build kindly provided by Franz Fellner, Thanks! For binary packages, please check with your distribution.




Changelog:

New in 0.2.4:

This version fixes two crashes and other bugs visible with KDE 4.4. Updating is recommended.

Bugfixes:
* fixed possible crash when destroying MDI windows
* fixed possible crash when destroying menus
* fixed Tab key handling in Konversation
* fixed detection of default font (KDE 4.4)
* fixed menu item rectangle and input handler (Qt 4.6)
* fixed text rendering in vertical ProgressBar
* fixed frame in "east" TabWidget (Qt 4.6)
* fixed workaround for KIntNumInput size bug (KDE 4.4)
* fixed MDI window title placement with RTL layouts
* fixed ToolBar icon size to respect KDE setting (KDE 4.4)
* fixed single click mode to respect KDE setting (KDE 4.4)
* fixed vertical centering regressions (Qt 4.6.1)
* fixed vertical alignment of labels in FormLayout (Qt 4.6.2)
* fixed flashing of ScrollBar in PlacesPanel
* fixed widget flags in KWin window decoration client
* fixed menubar margin for improved full-screen usability
* fixed "Alternate Background" color in Skulpture color schemes
* fixed build warnings (KDE 4.3)
* fixed build failure with Qt 4.1

See NEWS for changes in previous versions.




LicenseGPL
Source(0.2.4)
SUSE(0.2.4 - openSUSE 11.4 - 12.1 - 12.2)
Gentoo(0.2.4 - Gentoo ebuild)
Source(Skulpture home page - unstable snapshots)
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 2 small bugs...

 
 by cimi86 on: Jan 29 2009
 
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Please see this (about overriding standard icons with kde ones):
http://code.google.com/p/arora/issues/detail?id=256

Another small issue (I don't know if that depends on the graphic intel driver) is that sometimes the close button, just the close button, disappears from the window decoration until I hovered it again.


http://www.cimitan.com
GNOME Developer
Murrine Creator

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 Re: 2 small bugs...

 
 by skulptor on: Jan 29 2009
 
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Qt 4.5 has moved icon theme detection from QPlastiqueStyle to QCommonStyle, so with that Qt version the icons should be correct again. I did not dare to copy the whole code just to make it work with Qt 4.4.

Regarding the rendering error: If you use the intel driver, remember that intel has several problems when used as the secondary X session. Also, maybe you are using Compiz? If you can reproduce with vesa driver using KWin, please paste a screenshot. But I doubt it is a Skulpture problem, because the close button is not special, except it is red :)


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 Re: Re: 2 small bugs...

 
 by cimi86 on: Jan 29 2009
 
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I'm not using neither compiz nor a secondary x session.
It's just like the symbol is not drawn, hovering it will make it reappear again. Could be a bug in the intel driver, the strange thing is that it happens only on *that* button, other symbols never disappeared.


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 Re: Re: Re: 2 small bugs...

 
 by skulptor on: May 1 2009
 
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Another user just confirmed that the bug is in the intel driver. Changing the AccelMethod from EXA to either XAA or UXA helped.


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 progress bar

 
 by mirrec on: Feb 6 2009
 
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hello, i really love your theme :)

but i want to ask you if there is some possibility to have progress bar in the "normal" way :)

i upload image to better understanding.

http://img11.imageshack.us/my.php?image=prorgesbarsu2.jpg

it would be perfect if we can set up behavior of progress bar in configuration (i was looking for that but i don't find it)

if it is already possible please let mi know :)

thanks a lot :)


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 Re: progress bar

 
 by skulptor on: Feb 6 2009
 
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Find the "bool progressBarContentsCentered" function in src/skulpture.cpp, and in the last line of this function, replace "return true;" with "return false;" (line 6610 for version 0.2.2).


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 New version looks great

 
 by tail on: Feb 8 2009
 
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Hi!

New version looks really great! I love the small subtle changes you made, and especially the not to subtle changes to Radio boxes ans Option boxes.

I was wondering if now is the right time to update my port of your theme. Are you expecting any larger changes in the near future or is this pretty much the way it is going to look from now on?

I also have another question: could you be bothered to include a small precompiled demo application which shows all widgets with their look for all states? For KDE4 is still not as easy as for 3 to set up a development environment, find dev packages for you distro, install Kdevelop4, etc. Or if you already know of such an application. This would make things easier for people wanting to port it while not having to either go though the surprisingly huge code or though dozens of dialogs in different applications and shouldn't be more complicated than dropping some widgets on a window and setting some properties (please correct me if I'm wrong).

Thank You


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 Re: New version looks great

 
 by skulptor on: Feb 8 2009
 
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Hi tail, software is a evolving process, but I am quite satisfied with the current look, except for the progress bar. Luckily, this widget is not visible often :)

As for the demo application, I just use Qt Designer to try different widgets.


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 Two small bugs

 
 by undo on: Feb 18 2009
 
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Heya

I compiled your style on FreeBSD 7.1 yesterday and ran into two small bugs:

1. In the KDE system settings, the style is listed as "Sculpture", not "Skulpture".

2. I use the GTK-Qt theme engine to make all GTK applications use Qt widgets and blend in nicely with KDE. This works with all other styles but with Skulpture, Firefox (the GTK app I use most) crashes on start-up with a floating point error. It must be some calculation going wrong in the style somewhere, raising a signaling NaN or generating a similar exception.


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 Re: Two small bugs

 
 by skulptor on: Feb 18 2009
 
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Skulpture is the international project name, Sculpture is the english name of the style.

Regarding the divide by zero error in the gtk engine: use the version from svn. The bug has long been fixed, but a new version was not released.


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 Re: Re: Two small bugs

 
 by undo on: Feb 19 2009
 
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I have searched far and wide and for the life of me, I cannot find the subversion repository from which I can check out the current version of Skulptor. Could you point me at the right URL please?

In the meantime, I have tried the newest snapshot from your homepage (0.2.2.1) but the floating point error in Firefox3 persists. I even went as far as rebooting after installing 0.2.2.1 to make sure there was no old version of libskulpture.so lingering in memory.


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 Re: Re: Re: Two small bugs

 
 by skulptor on: Feb 19 2009
 
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The bug is in the GTK-Qt engine, not in Skulpture. See http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?action=knowledgebase&content=59031&kbid=9


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 Focus glow

 
 by dnasthegreat on: Feb 19 2009
 
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Really nice theme! It's the only one I've found that both looks nice and is compact (Oxygen is pretty, but too big for my resolution.)

My one request: It'd be really nice if the window decoration did the same blue focus glow that Oxygen does. It's my only regret about switching the window decoration.


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 Re: Focus glow

 
 by skulptor on: Feb 19 2009
 
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Hi david, I did not invest time in focus glow or shadows in the window decoration yet, because the 4.2 API for that is marked as "unstable, WILL change for 4.3" (or something like that). But if time permits, I will have a look again when the new API (supposedly allowing smooth roundness and transparent decorations) is available.

If your only concern is the large space Oxygen windeco needs, you might have a look at http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Nitrogen?content=99551


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 Beautiful, what can i say?

 
 by JohnnyJupiter on: Feb 23 2009
 
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dear maker of skulpture:

this may sound pathetic, but your theme became the main reason for me to switch from gnome to kde.
this is the most beautiful theme for linux i ever experienced, i tried a lot over the years, xfce, gnome themes, and they all have something indescribable odd.. i would say, your theme should be a good example for the whole community and i wish there was a way to port this to gnome, simply to have under kde a perfect integrated system-look when using gtk-apps....
well, what can i say?
thanks to you 1000 times


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 Re: Beautiful, what can i say?

 
 by skulptor on: Feb 25 2009
 
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Hi Johnny, how is life on the KDE side? If Skulpture had a GTK+ port, I am sure you would switch back to GNOME. Not that we want this ;) Thanks for your comment, if you find anything, let me know.


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 Re: Re: Beautiful, what can i say?

 
 by JohnnyJupiter on: Feb 25 2009
 
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Hello there,

Well, the longer I experience KDE the more I like it. Now it is KDE who is convincing me to bite the dust. I got tired of those visual GNOME-glitches and I myself tried to make some nice themes in GTK but well, the concept of GTK.. I can not get satisfaction with that in long term. I think KDE and Skulpture go very nice together and actually look better then Mac and Vista, it is simply original and very desciplined / professional looking.. Now I wouldn't say that live is easy on KDE during transission time... I am learning.. BUT I need some GTK-apps for sure and gtk-qt-engine is very buggy. no buttons, no combo-boxes, no scrollbars, u name it.. drop-down-menus are black with black fg, making it unusable. so i am stuck now with qtcurve and tried in a hurry to set it up in a way that it fits to your theme, but well, it's not ideal... i could not find any relevant answers to my problem with gtk-qt-engine... do u know a better solution by any chance? thanks in advance...


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 Re: Re: Re: Beautiful, what can i say?

 
 by SeaJey on: Feb 27 2009
 
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It would be nice to have Skulpture-like preset for QtCurve.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Beautiful, what can i say?

 
 by JohnnyJupiter on: Mar 3 2009
 
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yes, i could publish what i have here, it looks quite nice, but, mmh, would be cool if there was a way to make a qtcurve theme that looks exact like skulpture indeed,.. just the fact that since using qtcurve i had no problems at all with the gtk-apps... it is very stable... mmh?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Beautiful, what can i say?

 
 by SeaJey on: Mar 3 2009
 
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>to make a qtcurve theme that looks exact like skulpture indeed

And it would be Skulpture, no?


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