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Skulpture

  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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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)
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 kde4 svn

 
 by Divilinux on: Apr 9 2008
 
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i have a problem with compiling..
as someone told before..we need both kdebase-dev and kdebase-workspace-dev..
Installing kdebase-workspace-dev means install a lots of kde4 packets from repository..and i have already a kde4 installation from svn in /opt/kde4

when i launch sh ./install.sh cmake gets the right path (/opt)..but obviously missed devel-package

What can i do to solve this issue?..i don't want double programs (kdm-kde4, klipper-kde4 and so on..) on my system..
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 Re: kde4 svn

 
 by skulptor on: Apr 9 2008
 
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Hi Divilinux,

there should be no need to install any packages when you installed KDE4 directly from SVN sources; "make install" from SVN also installs header files.

Some hints:

1) make sure cmake finds the right paths. Try "kde4-config --prefix" and see if it matches your SVN prefix. If not, you have to change $PATH to include your KDE4 bin directory before any other directory. Use "PATH=/opt/kde4/bin:$PATH sh ./install.sh"

2) make sure your prefix has the KDE4 include files. Try "ls /opt/kde4/include"

3) if you have KDE4 includes, but no "kcommondecoration.h", you need to "make install" kdebase-workspace from SVN. Currently both the style and the windeco are configured when KDE4 is found

If everything else fails, paste the output of "install.sh"; I am not sure which error message you get.

Christoph


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 tnx for helping..:)

 
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ok..i think the path is automatically set to correct..
This is a complete log from sh ./install.sh
as i cannot recognize exactly which is the mai error..i don't know if depends on some devel package or whatelse..
Normally i have no problems with cmake or application built with cmake

http://pastebin.com/m7d0938a4


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 Re: tnx for helping..:)

 
 by skulptor on: Apr 9 2008
 
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Hi again,

thanks for your detailed bug report.

Please retry with version 0.1.0.2 from the source download; the linker error should be fixed.

Additionally, you should update Qt; version 4.4.0-beta1 has a binary incompatible regression regarding layout margins.

Christoph


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 qt4.4

 
 by Divilinux on: Apr 10 2008
 
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everythings work fine..i've installed qt4.4 release cxandidate..
Tnx for all..


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 bug reports

 
 by lucher on: Apr 11 2008
 
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Here are some reports:

o windeco: If I change the button order (for example move them to the left corner like on Mac), the layout is broken.

o style: The location bar in Konqui is buggy. The background of the icons in the left corner is plain white (without shadow). Additionally, sometimes the text is underlined, sometimes not (change the key focus by hitting the tab keys and you will see it).

wishes:
o Would it be possible to use light background gradients like in Oxygen or MacLeopard?

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 forgot another wish:

 
 by lucher on: Apr 11 2008
 
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The Domino style identifies the levels of sunken or raised boxes, button groups, etc. Then each level is brightened or, respectively, darkened. What I usually did with Domino was to have a gray background while the contents of buttongroups was white. Can you consider implementing such a feature as well?

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 Re: forgot another wish:

 
 by skulptor on: Apr 13 2008
 
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Hi lucher,

thanks for your bug reports and suggestions.

* The window decoration is indeed broken. This should be fixed in a future update.

* About the location bar: The wrong shadow is fixed in latest snapshot. The underline is actually a feature: Whenever a widget is tab-focused (but not click-focused), it gets the underline as a focus indication. I do agree that this focus indication needs a visual improvement, though.

* I am not sure if people want gradiented backgrounds for the whole window with this style, but future versions may offer configurable gradients.

* Regarding the different backgrounds in groups: This does not make sense for Skulpture, because groups do not have a frame around them. Having no frames around groups was my primary motivation for creating this style :)

Christoph


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 Re: Re: forgot another wish:

 
 by scream on: Apr 16 2008
 
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Well, I think, background gradients aren't bad at all but look really wonderful and will definitely fit to the style. You really should implement them :-).


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 Re: Re: forgot another wish:

 
 by lucher on: Apr 17 2008
 
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You're right, I noticed after writing the comments that there are no group boxes at all... :)

Thanks for rethinking the gradient issue, though I do not want to push you if you don't like it.

What I would like to suggest (probably not for skulpture, but in general) is to try random gradients - i.e. that a gradient is randomly created for a new windows (and that the style remembers the seed for it during its lifecycle).


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 Re: Re: Re: forgot another wish:

 
 by skulptor on: Apr 17 2008
 
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Hi scream and lucher,

my primary concern for full sized window gradients is the memory issue. Yet another pixmap for each window is required to cache the gradient. Add this to Qt's backing store and X11's composite buffer.

Maybe the Mac uses hardware shaders and renders them on-the-fly; we are not there on Linux yet.

This does not mean I am not open to suggestions. Actually Skulpture uses gradients in many places, but they are small and cachable.

If I am all wrong with my concern, please enlighten me :)

Christoph


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: forgot another wish:

 
 by scream on: Apr 18 2008
 
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Hmm, well add it as an option then, please. I guess many people don't use clean styles because they think they're faster but because they /feel/ cleaner. I don't care too much about memory consuption, to be honest.

If you add it as an option, you can let the user decide if he/she needs it. Just make sure they look good (if enabled) ;-).


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 :-)

 
 by goona on: Apr 17 2008
 
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Hi! V0.1.1 works great here!

But one thing: I would like to use Skulpture as my Standard-Qt-Style to apply your style via gtk-qt-engine-kde4 to my Gnome-Apps like Firefox, vlc & Gimp!

But if I start the Qt Configuration-Tool and choose Skulpture as my standard, Gnome-Apps won`t start anymore!

All other styles working. Is it possible to make Skulpture working with gtk-qt-engine-kde4 too?


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 Re: :-)

 
 by skulptor on: Apr 17 2008
 
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Hi goona,

Thanks for reporting the issue. I just installed the following packages on openSUSE 10.3 using KDE 4.0.69 unstable from BuildService:

* MozillaFirefox-2.0.0.14-1.1
* kde4-gtk-qt-engine-1.1svn20080414-3.3

Then I had to restart KDE to get a KCM entry for GTK in System Settings. I selected "Qt 4" style in GTK KCM, had to restart KDE again, and... it worked! See http://skulpture.maxiom.de/images/skulpture-firefox.png

So unless you or someone else can provide more information (debug/console output) I cannot help.

Christoph


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 Re: Re: :-)

 
 by goona on: Apr 17 2008
 
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Don`t work for me! If I try to launch different Gnome-Apps trough the console, I get this:

~$ vlc
VLC media player 0.8.6e Janus
Floating point exception (core dumped)
~$ firefox-2
Floating point exception (core dumped)
~$ gimp
Floating point exception (core dumped)

I use your style with KDE 4.0.3 / Qt4.3!

Only if I configure Oxygen & Co via Qt-config-tool as my Standart style, my Gnome-Apps are launching again! This is frustrating, because I had to do it every time I start my PC! :-(


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 Re: Re: Re: :-)

 
 by skulptor on: Apr 18 2008
 
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goona, please try the following in this order:

* Update kde4-gtk-qt-engine to a post-1.1 version. From the ChangeLog: "Changes since 1.1 [...] Fix a divide by 0 exception in styles where there are no scrollbar buttons". Make sure your version actually has this ChangeLog entry.

* If you don't have access to this version, configure Skulpture style to "not allow scrollbar handles to cover arrows" in System Settings.

* If this didn't help either, then the exception may be really caused by Skulpture. Find line 1631 in src/skulpture.cpp, and insert the line "return;" before this line to disable button rendering. Reinstall and retry.

* If everything else fails, I need a backtrace with debugging enabled from someone who can confirm that the problem still exists with newest kde4-gtk-qt-engine snapshot.

Christoph


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: :-)

 
 by goona on: Apr 18 2008
 
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* .....configure Skulpture style to "not allow scrollbar handles to cover arrows" in System Settings .....

THX U, hat it`s! After that I can use Gnome-Apps with Skulpture too! GREAT!


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 This is really nice

 
 by jamboarder on: Apr 18 2008
 
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Just wanted to mention that what you've done, and are doing, with this style is really quite good. It betrays a level of discipline I sometimes wish I saw elsewhere.

Anyway great theme! Consider this comment as words of encouragement to keep you motivated. This really is quite good and very, very promising.

Thanks for ALL your hard work!


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 Re: This is really n

 
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Oh, and I wanted to mention that I'd like to work on a plasma theme that works really well with this theme.


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 Re: Re: This is really n

 
 by skulptor on: Apr 19 2008
 
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Thanks jamboarder for keeping me motivated, there is still a lot to do.

You probably noticed that I use your excellent Aya plasma theme. With its simple and clean look it fits to Skulpture style quite good already. But we wouldn't mind a Skulpture plasma theme, so nothing should stop you :) Keep us informed.

Thanks,
Christoph


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