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The Reinhardt Style (formely Slicker)


Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

Score 63%
KDE/Amarok, KDE/Gluon
The Reinhardt Style (formely Slicker)

Link:  http://www.slicker.org/
Downloads:  20673
Submitted:  May 2 2003
Updated:  Nov 26 2004


This is the Reinhardt style.

It is based very heavily on clee's dotNET style. It will eventually be an interpretation of Fop's mockups as seen on kde-look.org and the Slicker homepage. It is a proposal for the default Slicker widget style.

To install the style, do as follows:

$ ./configure
$ make
# sudo make install

It should now be available in the KDE Control Centre Style panel.
NB! You might very easily need to stick a --prefix=/usr or --prefix=/opt/kde3 at the end of the ./configure command. Which depends on the result of running kde-config --prefix

Should you wish to turn off the drop-shadow effect on text items, or wish to change the tab style, click on the Configure... button next to the style selection box in you Style Control Center module.

On the name:
Ad Reinhardt, 1913-1967
Reinhardt was an American minimalist painter, who became known for his extreme style, which also became more and more reductive from the mid 1950s, towards his death in 1967. After 1955 he worked almost exclusively in near-black. This said, there is in fact colour in the paintings, for example his "Abstract Painting no. 5", 1962, which can be found at the Tate Modern ( www.tate.org.uk ), is, though seemingly black-blue, in fact squared with blue and red.


On behalf of the Slicker Development Team @ http://www.slicker.org
~Dan // Leinir

TODO (If you manage to fix these, please send me the .diff):

FIX: Button colours don't update when the colour scheme is changed

ADD: Mouse over highlighting of check and radio buttons still missing...
ADD: Remove (optional) stripes on slider bars
ADD: More controls to have drop shadow?
ADD: Make the distance between menu items user definable


Friday 26th November 2004
+ Add links to the Mandrake RPM files made by Bhautikj (Thanks! :D )

Thursday 25th November 2004
! Release 0.8.2 (Sorry for the quick update, I forgot about the status bar... Looksee at the screenshot, much prettier this way, they're not just ugly boxes anymore :) )

Wednesday 24th November 2004
+ Change the status bar borders

Tuesday 23rd Novenber 2004
! Release 0.8.1
+ Trouble in layout land! For some very, very obscure reason, splitter bars are drawn incorrectly (especially visible in amaroK, where the sidebar splitter now renders correctly; see screenshot)... So I'm just drawing them in both directions at the same time :P This causes extra drawing over-head, so if anyone manages to fix it /please/ send the .diff to me!

Sunday 19th September 2004
+ Don't draw frames is the width is 0

Sunday 29th August 2004:
! Release 0.8.0
+ Made default button highlighting actually look like something
+ Dots showing up in list views was not my fault ;) Fixed in KDE 3.3

Friday 27th August 2004:
+ Merged in a lot of optimization and drawing prettiness code from dotNET (the version that comes with 3.3, aka CVS revision 2.12)
+ Yay, tabs colouring in Kopete and Konqueror works now :D (error in my drawing code, actually fixed by above merging of code ;) Thanks!)

Other ChangeLog entries in the CHANGELOG file in the tarball.

(Source distribution)
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 Thank you

 by carlmenezes on: May 30 2003
Score 50%

Slicker 0.1 works perfectly. I have just switched over to slicker. Great work.

I now have the slicker style combined with the MkUltra window decoration and am liking it a lot.

Simple, functional, elegant and fast.

Keep up the good work,

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 Err... little proble

 by GaijinPunch on: Jun 2 2003
Score 50%

I was able to compile the file okay, but it's not showing up in the Control Center. I did what one of the users said above (move slicker.lo and slicker.so to the specified directory) but I'm not finding slicker.so.

Any ideas?

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 Re: Err... little proble

 by tucanoj on: Jun 3 2003
Score 50%

You might need to run "updatedb" before you use slocate to search for the files. You'll need to su to root to run the previously mentioned command.

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 Still no dice...

 by GaijinPunch on: Jun 13 2003
Score 50%

Got the updated version

make install (as root)

make says it's got "nothing to do" with the file "all"
make install says the same thing about install-exec-am and install-data-am

Doesn't show up in my control center.

I'm on REdhat 8, and exported KDEDIR to /usr/share/kde

Any help is appreciated

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 Re: Still no dice...

 by leinir on: Jun 13 2003
Score 50%
KDE/Amarok, KDE/Gluon

What you describe does not make all that much sense, however the KDEDIR is almost certainly pointing to the wrong place. /usr/share/kde contains graphics and such for KDE, while the directory actually containing KDE in this case would be /usr (with the KDE binaries in /usr/bin).
Try running ./configure --prefix=/usr (and make sure that you don't get any errors reported, that would be the singular reason it reports ** no target: all when you try to run make)

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 by abemud on: Aug 7 2003
Score 50%

Just what I'm looking for. Thanks for your great job.

Only thing is Kmail "Check mail", "Reply", "Reply all" and "Forward" are all similar and looks bit dull. Not really a problem since I remember their location anyway.

Thanks again and please continue! This has to be the best.


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 Re: excellent

 by leinir on: Aug 27 2003
Score 50%
KDE/Amarok, KDE/Gluon

You're reffering to the Slicker Icon Set :) Even if the two have the same name because they kind of go together, they're two different things on here ;) But thanks a lot for your kind words. I have noticed the mail icons myself (and been told about them from many others as well), and I've got an idea or two I want to try out to see if it works. Watch this space (uhm, site whatever) :)

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 redhat 9 rpm?

 by trinity22 on: Aug 11 2003
Score 50%

would anyone consider making a redhat rpm for this? I love the slicker icons but come into errors with trying to compile the theme. says that qt is not installed. but apt-get says it is. so there's not much more i can do.....besides beg :) have mercy. its a beautiful theme.

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 wow ;)

 by ja-el on: Aug 11 2003
Score 50%

great skin, ive been using it since i first saw it on kdelook, but the new tabs really...suck...i simply hate them, could you build an options screen where there would be a switch between old and new tabs?

open source - open minds - open future
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 Re: wow ;)

 by leinir on: Aug 27 2003
Score 50%
KDE/Amarok, KDE/Gluon

Thanks loads :) The tabs, do you mean the drop-shadow effect or the way they chosen tab is shown larger? The drop-shadow can be turned off, and the other will not be changed back, I'm afraid, as by far most people want it that way.

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