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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:  65161
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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 Tabs

 
 by dimichxp on: Apr 30 2009
 
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Thank you for very nice style. The only thing that i don't like is tabs behavior, they just do not shrink. For example, with qtcurve/oxygen i can open about 14 tabs in konqueror without any scroll, they are shriked to minimum possible size (icon + ... for text). With skulpture it is only 7 tabs. they are not shrinked at all. Could you fix it please?


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 Re: Tabs

 
 by skulptor on: Apr 30 2009
 
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Thank you for the bug report, Dmitriy. This problem will be fixed in the next version. If you are willing to install from source, please try snapshot version 0.2.2.8 from the Skulpture homepage.


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 Re: Re: Tabs

 
 by dimichxp on: May 1 2009
 
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I installed 0.2.2.8 and it works now. Thank you.


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 Dam, nice work.

 
 by Gen2ly on: May 22 2009
 
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Just installed and all i can say is Dam, good work. Real intuitive, doesn't get in the way...

Thanks thanks.


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 Re: Dam, nice work.

 
 by skulptor on: May 24 2009
 
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Thanks :) If you find bugs, please give feedback. There will be a final 0.2.3 version, probably after Qt 4.5.2 release.


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 Question about ComboBox

 
 by tail on: May 24 2009
 
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Hi!

I think that in previous version of Skulpture you had two different kinds of skins for ComboBox controls: one for editable ones and one for just list box ones. Or am I remembering wrong? My implementation has such differences and I havn't updated CombBoxes with 0.2.2 yet.

Yet in 0.2.2 I see that all ComboBoxes and other controls that behave like a text field with one or more buttons for accessing drop down lists have an unified theme.

Should I eliminate the removed ComboBox skin?

Thank You,
Tail


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 Re: Question about ComboBox

 
 by skulptor on: May 24 2009
 
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Hi tail, how is your theme going?

You are right, I unified the look of the combo boxes for Skulpture 0.2, there was a "button like" read-only combo box in version 0.1.

The code has not been deleted, I plan to add an option for version 0.3, where the user can chose his preferred style, so you could keep yours, too.

For those who want the "button like" combo boxes back now: You can change that in the source code, search for "buttonMode = false", and replace that with "buttonMode = !option->editable" (both occurrences).


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 Re: Re: Question about ComboBox

 
 by tail on: May 26 2009
 
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It's going good, thanks for asking! Actually I have brought it to a point of stability where it was quite usable and I was happy with it. Some of our users started to use it and they loved it. It had just one small problem: every time I did any modification to the theme, however small it would be, like changing a color, the themeing engine had to be recompiled.

So recently I abandoned the whole thing and started from scratch. Now it must be recompiled only for major changes, like adding a widget or radically changing properties and behavior. It has caught up quite well to old version, but it suffered regressions in the rewriting and is not so mature yet, but on the other hand it has some small visual tweaks that made it IMO a lot prettier.

Anyway, the themeing engine and the Skulpture theme with two color schemes are available to the U++ framework (http://www.ultimatepp.org/) under BSD license in it's extra packages repository. I would call it a beta, but soon it is going to be stable. Here is a screenshot. Keep in mind that it is a different new theme that was implemented for a completely different themeing engine and framework, so it will have it's fair share of differences. I accept any criticism or suggestions:
Image (http://www.ultimatepp.org/forum/index.php?t=getfile&id=1751&private=0)


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 Re: Re: Question about ComboBox

 
 by tail on: May 26 2009
 
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It's going good, thanks for asking! Actually I have brought it to a point of stability where it was quite usable and I was happy with it. Some of our users started to use it and they loved it. It had just one small problem: every time I did any modification to the theme, however small it would be, like changing a color, the themeing engine had to be recompiled.

So recently I abandoned the whole thing and started from scratch. Now it must be recompiled only for major changes, like adding a widget or radically changing properties and behavior. It has caught up quite well to old version, but it suffered regressions in the rewriting and is not so mature yet, but on the other hand it has some small visual tweaks that made it IMO a lot prettier.

Anyway, the themeing engine and the Skulpture theme with two color schemes are available to the U++ framework (http://www.ultimatepp.org/) under BSD license in it's extra packages repository. I would call it a beta, but soon it is going to be stable. Here is a screenshot. Keep in mind that it is a different new theme that was implemented for a completely different themeing engine and framework, so it will have it's fair share of differences. I accept any criticism or suggestions:
Image (http://www.ultimatepp.org/forum/index.php?t=getfile&id=1751&private=0)


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 Re: Re: Question about ComboBox

 
 by tail on: May 26 2009
 
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It's going good, thanks for asking! Actually I have brought it to a point of stability where it was quite usable and I was happy with it. Some of our users started to use it and they loved it. It had just one small problem: every time I did any modification to the theme, however small it would be, like changing a color, the themeing engine had to be recompiled.

So recently I abandoned the whole thing and started from scratch. Now it must be recompiled only for major changes, like adding a widget or radically changing properties and behavior. It has caught up quite well to old version, but it suffered regressions in the rewriting and is not so mature yet, but on the other hand it has some small visual tweaks that made it IMO a lot prettier.

Anyway, the themeing engine and the Skulpture theme with two color schemes are available to the U++ framework (http://www.ultimatepp.org/) under BSD license in it's extra packages repository. I would call it a beta, but soon it is going to be stable. Here is a screenshot. Keep in mind that it is a different new theme that was implemented for a completely different themeing engine and framework, so it will have it's fair share of differences. I accept any criticism or suggestions:
Image (http://www.ultimatepp.org/forum/index.php?t=getfile&id=1751&private=0)


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 Re: Re: Re: Question about ComboBox

 
 by tail on: May 26 2009
 
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Sorry, my browser inserted double posts and I don't see any button to delete my duplicate comments.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Question about ComboBox

 
 by tail on: May 29 2009
 
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And the "?private=0" in the URL makes the link invalid when I'm not logged in.

Correct link:
http://www.ultimatepp.org/forum/index.php?t=getfile&id=1751


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Question about ComboBox

 
 by tail on: May 29 2009
 
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And the "?private=0" in the URL makes the link invalid when I'm not logged in.

Correct link:
http://www.ultimatepp.org/forum/index.php?t=getfile&id=1751


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 superious theme

 
 by giricz81 on: May 28 2009
 
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thank you for that great job! Keep goin'! awesome ;-)


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 Too Square

 
 by kwr2k on: May 29 2009
 
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Hi,
Its a nice theme and the overall appearance is pleasant. However, its too square. Can you provide an option to make the widgets rounded at the corners?

It would be great if all widgets could have rounded corners, including window decorations.

Thanks.


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 Re: Too Square

 
 by skulptor on: May 29 2009
 
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Hi Kanwar, there is a line "k *= 0.1" in source, change the number (0.1 ... 0.9) to increase roundness, but only works for buttons right now.


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 Scroll bar border on Konqueror

 
 by alecs1 on: Jul 1 2009
 
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Hi,
in the file manager view of Konqueror (and Dolphin), there is a 1 pixel border between the margin and the scroll bar.
Oxygen style has recently made a change in this dimensioning and some usability bugs where closed because of this.

Could you make the same change for Skulpture? Thank you.


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