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HOWTO: KWin Window Manager Decorations

  

Window Decoration native KDE 3.2 +

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HOWTO: KWin Window Manager Decorations
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Submitted:  May 28 2003
Updated:  Jul 26 2004

Description:

Here is my HOWTO for making native KWin decorations. This tutorial covers creating a native KWin decoration using C++/Qt, as opposed to using a pixmap engine like the IceWM deco.

Includes tutorial and complete working source code for a plain but functional decoration. Assumes familiarity with C++ and Qt.

Now there's no more excuses for not writing that decoration you always wished someone else would do!




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Updated and converted example decoration to KDE 3.2. The example code no longer builds or runs with KDE 3.1 or earlier.




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 Your manual...

 
 by reks on: May 28 2003
 
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seem to be concise and crisp. Something of this sort was indeed missing. But I still don't know C++. So, I won't create "that" theme and I continue to wish that someone else would do :-)

Alright, jokes apart.. thanks for the write-up. It is really a useful thing to have.


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 Re: Your manual...

 
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Not knowing C++ is no excuse! Go grab the excellent and free "Thinking in C++" by Bruce Eckel at http://mindview.net/Books/TICPP/ThinkingInCPP2e.html

That theme in your head wants to get out :-)


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 Book?

 
 by saltwater on: May 28 2003
 
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I'd like to learn more about KDE programming in general, not just window borders. Is there a good tutorial or a book? How did you learn all of this? Thanks!


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 Re: Book?

 
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How did I learn all this? First learn C++. There's a million ways to do this, but you need to actually start writing programs before it sinks in. Then you need to learn Qt. That's easy. Qt has some excellent documentation, and it's quite straightforward. As for KDE, think of it as "Qt++".

Checkout http://developer.kde.org for lots of info.


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 Book URLs

 
 by manikchand on: Jan 16 2004
 
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Many good books on KDE programming do exist and the best of all are from SuSE. However they are in German.
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http://www.susepress.de/de/katalog/index.html
However some basic documentation styled books are too available but they are too old.
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http://www.kde.org/stuff/books.php


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 Great

 
 by trtmrt on: May 28 2003
 
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I haven't looked at your manual yet but was glad to see it posted. Just the other day I was looking for something like this and wasn't able to find it anywhere on the web. Google or kde's site were not helpful.
Thanks for speding the time to do this.


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 THANKS

 
 by WinterWolf on: May 29 2003
 
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thanks a lot, this was really needed, and it was great. maybe you can get it on KDE.org.

Also are there any theme or/and tehme engine creation tutuorials which aren't obsolete for KDE?


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 Re: THANKS

 
 by dbrownlees on: Jun 4 2003
 
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The QT docs do a pretty good job of explaining styles under QT3 (and also KDE3, KStyle now being only a relatively thin wrapper over QStyle).

The Style Overview (in the qt docs) gives a brief tutorial, and the QStyle reference details pretty much everything else (except dealing with KDE oddities, like kde toolbar widgets - other styles are a good place to look for how to deal with them).


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 Great!

 
 by BigRedFish on: Oct 18 2003
 
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Excellent as usual. Thanks for both the tutorial, and for writing clear readable code to begin with. You really help lower the learning curve. After your tutorial folks should have a framework within which to start playing with masking and bitmaps and other cool stuff. Bravo.


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 kewlies

 
 by mobtek on: Feb 10 2004
 
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thanks for this, I have been looking for some up to date documentation for this, good work.


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