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Bespin

  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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Bespin
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  70896
Submitted:  Aug 8 2007
Updated:  Apr 25 2013

Description:

A widget style for Qt4
- Pretty configurable
- More Mac than Windows - but no clone at all
- Don't ask me to port Baghira ;-)

As for what to do with GTK+ applications, have a look here:
http://arch-stuff.org/content/show.php?content=134123

It suites the default look pretty well. Set the "Default" titlebar background colors to 239/239/240 and the text to something dark/gray.

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Thalics complete Bespin Guide is afaik still down, sorry :-(




Changelog:

SVN PATH UPDATE
Due to sf.net updates, the code is now tracked here:
svn checkout svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/cloudcity/code/ cloudcity-code




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 config

 
 by thecurseddevil on: Aug 30 2011
 
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can u provide the bespin config present in second screenshot?


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 Re: config

 
 by thomas12777 on: Sep 1 2011
 
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Should be shipped - more or less.
I think i used "equilibrium", lowered the window opacity and added the air circles.
You'll likely have to do some other adjustments (eg. slider width) since a few options with deviating defaults were possibly added since then.


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 Re: Re: config

 
 by thecurseddevil on: Sep 3 2011
 
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thanks for replying
but i hv a ques:
while using translucent windows animated tab transitions dont work is it just me?


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 Re: Re: Re: config

 
 by thomas12777 on: Sep 3 2011
 
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No. That's expectable.
The problem is more or less that translucent regions cause artifacts with the way the transition works atm.


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 compiz and shadow

 
 by FSchulz on: Sep 1 2011
 
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Hey!
I have a question. A few days ago I switched to compiz on my kde 4.7 setup, because it works much better with my nvidia card. All works fine but I have a problem. The plugin from compiz can't paint the shadows. Someone in arch forum says, that the kde4-window-decorator says the following:

BESPIN WARNING! Setting shadow to ROOT window is NOT supported

Is there anything you or I can do, to make shadows work with bespin and compiz 0.8.8? I loooove bespin and use it many years so I don't want to switch to oxygen.

Best regards!


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 Re: compiz and shadow

 
 by thomas12777 on: Sep 1 2011
 
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No. Unfortunately.

I refused to add the shadows-inside-decoration to bespin (includes some weird extra padding, widgets arent widgets, etc - don't ask ;-) but added support for the shadows which are now painted by the kwin code as provided on the window by decoration or client.
Since this will probably and ultimately become the only way shadows are done in kwin, i'm certainly not gonna add for the deco built-in shadows now.

The warning is because kde4-window-decorator doesn't implement windowId() from the kwin deco api (afaik it would be just returning widget()->winId() the way the decorator works) but that doesn't solve the issue.

Compiz (and afaik no plugin?!) doesn't interpret the shadow hint at all, so even if it was correctly set on the proper X11 window (this i can do by replacing windowId() as above in the compiz case) nothing would care about the shadows there :-(

Stupid question OT: what works better in compiz "because you use an nvidia card"?


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 Re: Re: compiz and shadow

 
 by FSchulz on: Sep 2 2011
 
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Mmmh... Now I am sad ;)... Ok, then I have to get used to the lack of shadow, cause I don't want to miss bespin. Maybe someday something will happen and I have shadows again.

Compiz works here a lot better (more fluid) than kwin. I used kwin a long time. With 4.5 I switched to compiz, cause it was better. Than with 4.6 and to 4.7 I switched back to kwin, because Martin says Kwin gets an impressive performance gain. It works better with my card so I stayed with kwin. A few days ago I decided to try compiz again and I was surprised how fluid and smooth animations can be.

With kwin, my GT450M gets clocked up in the highest state, so on my laptop it needs more energy. Also when the card change to a higher mhz state, the effects from kwin are choppy. But also when I set my card to the performance state (to the highest mhz), some effects are sometimes choppy.

With compiz, the card stays in the lowest or 2nd state and the effects are more than fluid. First I thought they are choppy two, but I had to disable the option to autodetect my refresh rate. After that, I set it manually and now it works sooo smooth and my laptop is cooler (I have an i7 Q740 with an Nvidia 450m and 4 GB Ram).

Hope this answer helps you :)


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 Re: Re: Re: compiz and shadow

 
 by thomas12777 on: Sep 2 2011
 
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Unfortunately I dont know whether there are plans for compiz of the kde4-window-decorator to ever support that shadows :-(

As for your kwin issues:
try "KWIN_NVIDIA_HACK=0 kwin --replace&" this should eventually lower the GPU drain.
another thing would be to raise the FPS capping:

kwriteconfig --file kwinrc --group Compositing --key MaxFPS 100
sets it to min 100 (instead of min 60 - rounded up to match the screen fps)

Otherwise i'd disbale the cube (i think there's a major bug that causes permanent CPU load) and as for non fluid animations: afaics the compiz timeline (heavily exponential speed eg. in the cover flow) is just better than ... anything QTimeline offers ;-)

If you just want shadows & transparency, try the xrender backend (works fine with nvidia gpus here)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: compiz and shadow

 
 by FSchulz on: Sep 2 2011
 
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Thank you very much for your tips! I'll try this and hope it will improve the situation :).

Just FYI: I don't use the cube or fancy animations like this. Just normal things like expose, scale and animations for open, close, minimize, restore.

Best regards and thank you very much!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: compiz and shadow

 
 by FSchulz on: Sep 2 2011
 
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Ok I tested it and I have to say, that kwin is more fluid with this settings. Its good, but compiz is a little bit smoother and has more settings (e.g. I can set the effect-time for every effect). So I have to choose between a well integrated windowmanager with shadows (Kwin) and a more fluid windowmanager with more settings... ;) Hard decision, but the positiv thing is that I can choose :).

Best regards and thanks for your work!


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 How fix Xbar with Gnome GlobalMenu on Debian

 
 by Mte90 on: Sep 10 2011
 
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I asked for help some time ago but I was not able to solve.
I understood what my problem however, when compiling on debian (I think that the library will still call it that) and then with libglobalmenu-plugin.so

export GTK_MODULES=globalmenu-gnome

i get this

Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "globalmenu-gnome"

to fix you need to make this command

cd /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/gtk-2.0/modules
ln -s libglobalmenu-plugin.so libglobalmenu-gnome.so

and now worked ^.^


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 XBar

 
 by Flintheart on: Sep 27 2011
 
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Hi,

first of all, thank you for your XBar plasmoid. I'm using it in my desktop configuration, although not in the intended way. I am not that much of a global menu user, but I build custom menu structure in my MainMenu.xml with shortcuts for applications, places and dbus commands.

One question I have: Is there a way to stop the ā€˛Plasmaā€¯ window list menu from showing, for example through a hidden configuration in XBar.conf? If not, is there a chance that you might add such an option?

Thank you in advance!


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 Re: XBar

 
 by thomas12777 on: Sep 27 2011
 
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Oh, it's still hardcoded in I see.

I should probably port the generic windowmenu support to the plasmoid... :-S

The main problem is that the first entry will always be named "Plasma" - no matter what's in it...


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 Scrollbar size

 
 by sumski on: Sep 30 2011
 
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Thomas, how can i change scrollbar width? I'm using beflat preset


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 Re: Scrollbar size

 
 by sumski on: Sep 30 2011
 
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Scroll.SliderWidth=


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 Re: Re: Scrollbar size

 
 by thomas12777 on: Sep 30 2011
 
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There's also a gui item in "bespin config", "position indicators" page.

Most presets are also pretty much out-of-date :-(


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 Re: Re: Re: Scrollbar size

 
 by sumski on: Sep 30 2011
 
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Thanks, didn't noticed that before.
There are few presets i don't care much for, but there's also a few which are absolutely fantastic


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 Rounded corners on pulldown menus?

 
 by eric on: Oct 2 2011
 
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Since a few months (maybe since kde-4.7.0) the pulldown menus don't have rounded corners anymore... and it looks like that some settings for the pulldown menus in the config don't have an effect... am I missing something?

Also, I haven't seen a new svn-version for a few weeks, did you move the source to a different host?


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 Re: Rounded corners on pulldown menus?

 
 by thomas12777 on: Oct 3 2011
 
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Works for me, however there's always a chance for side effects ;-)

a) w/ or w/o compositing?
b) best mail me your ~/.config/Bespin/Style.conf

No, bespin didn't move - i just didn't push anything since some time (focused on other things, hey: it's not my fault that slavery is forbidden these days ;-) - as a proof i just committed the only real recent local change to r1412


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 Re: Re: Rounded corners on pulldown menus?

 
 by eric on: Oct 3 2011
 
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I've recompiled with different compiler and configuration flags... and found the bad guy.

I've always compiled bespin with "-DENABLE_ARGB=OFF" without problems, but since a few months this config disables the round corner on menus.
Everything is fine again now :-)


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 Re: Re: Re: Rounded corners on pulldown menus?

 
 by thomas12777 on: Oct 3 2011
 
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Yes, for the changes in KWin 4.7 you now need QRGB support for the round corners. The pro is that they're smooth now.

I thought i had set ARGB to be enabled by default - gonna check. Sorry in case i did not :S


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Rounded corners on pulldown menus?

 
 by eric on: Oct 4 2011
 
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No, you don't have to change anything, the default is ON, but I've changed this very long ago into OFF.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Rounded corners on pulldown me

 
 by thomas12777 on: Oct 4 2011
 
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Yes, i had figured the same, but didn't want to say ;-P


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