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Baghira SuSE 9.x RPM

  

Theme/Style for KDE 3.2 +

Score 64%
Baghira SuSE 9.x RPM
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Baghira SuSE 9.x RPM
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Baghira SuSE 9.x RPM
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Downloads:  77237
Submitted:  Nov 15 2003
Updated:  Feb 12 2005

Description:

Baghira was created by thomas12777
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=8692

Please direct any questions, bug reports or requests to the original author.

AND PLEASE UNINSTALL FIRST ALL BAGHIRA PACKAGES!!!

Don't ask me for my icon theme,
I can't upload it because apple has
an copyright on it!

Includes:

Baghira icons by timur
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=13271
Copyright � 2004, TKdesign-studio.com - All rights reserverd

You need KDE 3.2.x with QT 3.3.1 as minimum.
And don't try to install the package with: "rpm -i --nodeps"!

If you work on SuSE 9.x with KDE 3.2.x and QT 3.3.1 it is
enough to install the package with: "rpm -i --force"!

If you don't have the choice in your controlcenter to use baghira, update your QT librarys!

Please run the program "Baghira Brushed Switch" from your KDE menu if you want switch to brushed style.

Download link now points to sf.net, rpms for several versions are available, including source rpms!




Changelog:

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PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU ASK!




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 Request for Debian

 
 by ervalerio on: Nov 20 2003
 
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debian package requested for debian unstable
please some one able to compile the theme, could do that?
i can give hint on how to do this.


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 Re: Request for Debi

 
 by ervalerio on: Nov 20 2003
 
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i created the deb package using alien

if anyone want it just ask


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 no theme

 
 by mod55 on: Nov 22 2003
 
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Hello,

i installed the rpm but i had no theme or style to select in the KDE Control Center!

I executed kinstalltheme, too!

My System is a SuSE 8.2

THX for help

mod55


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 Re: no theme

 
 by Massive on: Nov 23 2003
 
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Hmm, that is amusing.

Baghira works on my machine (SuSE 9.0) great.

If anyone has the same problem or can help me, please post it or send me a mail.

Sorry, but I have no chance to test it on a SuSE 8.2 machine, but I check it out!


greetz:

Massive PX-D

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 Buttons

 
 by Eggnog on: Nov 23 2003
 
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Hi Massive,

Would it be much work to make the buttons ( buttons like the ok button ) more rectangular which more matches the shape of the tabs? And also the location button of konqueror could be rectangular ( where you type in the urls ). This is something that has always irritated me with mosfet's liquid. I think this would make the theme perfect and more consistent.

Cheers,
Nawg


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 Buttons

 
 by Eggnog on: Nov 23 2003
 
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Hi Massive,

Would it be much work to make the buttons ( buttons like the ok button ) more rectangular which more matches the shape of the tabs? And also the location button of konqueror could be rectangular ( where you type in the urls ). This is something that has always irritated me with mosfet's liquid. I think this would make the theme professional and more consistent.

To give an example: In the first screenshot there is a button with "Knopf" on it. This button has an oval shape to it. Below the button "Knopf" you see "Kombinationsfeld". This button is more rectangular in shape. I think this rectangular shape is much more consistent with the rest of the theme items like tabs and progress-bars. Also I think the location-bar button on konqueror needs to have a rectangular shape. The scrollbars could have this shape as an option.

Cheers,
Nawg


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 Re: Buttons

 
 by Massive on: Nov 23 2003
 
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First, I know what you meen, but I am not the creator of this theme.
I'm only repack it into a RPM file.

If you have any ideas or questions please visit:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=8692

That's the original creator of Baghira. In other words: He is the master of Baghira! :)


greetz:

Massive PX-D

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 Re: Buttons

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 23 2003
 
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First, I know what you meen, but I am not the creator of this theme.
I'm only repack it into a RPM file.

If you have any ideas or questions please visit:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=8692

That's the original creator of Baghira. In other words: He is the master of Baghira! :)


greetz:

Massive PX-D

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 Re: Buttons

 
 by thomas12777 on: Nov 23 2003
 
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Hi.
I'm thomas12777, creator of the style.
If you refer to the screenshots: they're somewhat outdated (i should make an update someday) - so try the style and tell me your opinion about the current state.


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 Improvements

 
 by Eggnog on: Nov 23 2003
 
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Oh I see. Well I'll install it right now and compare it. Thanx,
Nawg


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 suggestions

 
 by Eggnog on: Nov 23 2003
 
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Hi thomas12777,

First of all I wanna thank you for your great work on Baghira, taking high performance Liquid a step further. Sorry for giving someone else the credit.

Now, after having installed the Baghira on, I see that the location bar of Konqueror is looking great. It has the rectangular shape like the tabs. It would be incredible if the buttons like the ok buttons could also be squared up ( rectangular instead of oval ).

If you could achieve this, I think the theme would be even more professional than it already is. Maybe the scrollbars could have an option for a squared appearance too.

Overall the thems is extremely good. I thank you and mosfet.

Would it be difficult to make these modifications?

Cheers,
Nawg


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 Re: suggestions

 
 by thomas12777 on: Nov 24 2003
 
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Changing the buttons can be done with one line of code (as i made mosfets code much more flexible), but this style imitates apple, i will make this only as an option. ;-)
changing the sliders is much more long winded. (especially as the groove has round ends) so please don't expect this too fast (if ever) :-(


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 Re: Re: suggestions

 
 by Eggnog on: Nov 24 2003
 
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Thomas,

Thanks for your response. Well, maybe you could help me help myself by pointing me to the line of code that forms the button. I've have knowledge of C and have done a little C++ as well. I don' t just want to be someone who only request features. I would like to give it a try myself. Could you give me some tip? I think I need to look at the drawRectangularButton method?

What are IceButtons though? Maybe I will take a look at the slider code too ;-)

Cheers,
Nawg

ps> Are you from Austria?


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 Re: Re: Re: suggestions

 
 by thomas12777 on: Nov 24 2003
 
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first:
thanks, that you want to help me by adding code - anyway:
- changing the button style isn't THAT easy the 0.3c - my development version is allready somewhat ahead (but i'll an option: especially for you). ;-)
- "icy buttons" is just another way to color the buttons (as i thought, mosfets version is too flat) - but they're still in development process and will slightly change in the next versions.
- most code you're asking for is in "baghira.cpp" and "utils.cpp" (can't tell you about the exact lines, as they're changed in my version, search for "buttondefault" and "pe_scrollbar") but be aware: slider changing is a bit complex + you'll have to change the sublying images (what means, you'd have to gimp them yourself as they're not included due to limited upload size) and them translate them to QImages with uic.
!!! BE CAREFUL: coding on a currently used style can crash your system (at least kde!)
- last: nope - germany.


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