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duskman

Andreas B Munich, Germany

qtmtp

Audio Apps Jun 11 2009
Score 54%
54 Likes
46 Dislikes

Clearlooks Blue

GTK2 Themes Nov 15 2008
Score 56%
56 Likes
44 Dislikes
qtmtp

Audio Apps 16 comments

Score 54%
54 Likes
46 Dislikes
Jun 11 2009
that error comes, when uint32_t is not defined.
seems, as is this only in libmtp.h defined... have this fixed and added this typedef in qtmtp_metainfo.h

sorry :/ - Jun 11 2009
oh shit *g*

have copied the devel directory and forgot the configure.in ^^

*fixed & new uploaded* - Jun 11 2009
Thank you for submitting this tool at Arch Linux :)

greets
DuskMan - Jun 08 2009
configure & Makefile are fixed,
the configure script substitutes now "moc" in Makefile and all is fine without renaming or symlinking /usr/bin/moc.

Sorry ;) - Jun 07 2009
Do you use QT4.x ?

QT4.x is a requirement to install qtmtp,
moc-qt4 ships only with QT4 - sorry.

please try to upgrade - in ubuntu i've upgraded to QT4x
because of forwarding implentation of qtmtp which will be
support Phonon in later versions. - Jun 07 2009
Millennium

GTK2 Themes 8 comments

Score 63%
63 Likes
37 Dislikes
Mar 27 2009
with latest SVN Version.

I've found 1 small Problem in theme - the tooltips
are always in black background and black font color,
this is strength to read the tips :D

But with this small fix, the theme looks good :)

Greets
DuskMan - Feb 23 2009
MurrinaBlu

GTK2 Themes 52 comments

Score 71%
71 Likes
29 Dislikes
Mar 01 2010
Yes, but with this package i've had the ugly theme from gnome too ... at my machine the theme works only with the downloaded self compiled svn version from svn.gnome.org

btw, the blue color when hovered over an element
is a good choice, but the white font is to light for this
blue ...looks better with a darked blue font
in my opinion ;) - Jan 04 2009
Have found a way to install a working murrine:

Do NOT install a SVN version, that is precompiled,
use the directly SVN version from murrine:

svn checkout http://svn.gnome.org/svn/murrine/trunk/ murrine

do a

./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-animation
make
sudo make install
sudo ldconfig

this will work for all my murrine based themes ;)

greets - Jan 04 2009
With this link to latest Murrine SVN the theme doesn't work at all.

I've had another SVN Version from Murrine, have just installed this linked SVN version, and now no theme that is based on murrine SVN will never work - thats a shit :((

I'll try to find my previous SVN version to reinstall it
and will wait for an update thats public and for all
themes - there are to many problems and differences
in this engine provided by SVN versions :(

But, thanks for your work - looks nice ;) - Jan 04 2009
RainbowVista

Beryl/Emerald Themes 4 comments

by dsmid
Score 45%
45 Likes
55 Dislikes
Dec 18 2008
Why does people download and install Linux, then on a second machine create cloned layouts with commercial software like Photoshop from several OSs'es and upload them all here ?

When Windooze or Mac is better than Linux,
then install one of these systems...
On windooze and Mac you can theme your
desktop too - you dont must install any other OS *lol*

Ok, some Themes looks like a great job, but without new innovation or ideas - and, i don't want to see every day a cloned theme from windooze or Mac :(

greets
DuskMan - Dec 18 2008
Manganite

GTK2 Themes 18 comments

Score 68%
68 Likes
32 Dislikes
Dec 19 2008
Have found a working Murrine-SVN-Engine:

https://launchpad.net/~kwwii/+archive

Works with your theme and progex themes too :)

Greets - Dec 01 2008
Sry for my question, but what SVN version you use ?

I've downloaded Murrine SVN from
http://svn.gnome.org/svn/murrine/trunk,
but the theme will not work at all :(

Can you give me a link to your murrine version ?

Greets
Duskman - Dec 01 2008
iTunes-gekos(leopard)

GTK2 Themes 6 comments

by gekos
Score 51%
51 Likes
49 Dislikes
Feb 24 2009
Hi,

I've tryed 2 versions of your theme, every theme
looks fine in a window ...

but:
the menubars and menus are not the same as in
other themes they try to imitate L&F of OS X.
Your menubars have a to big font scaling, and the
menus are to big in widget sizes.
And ... menuitems have to many space between the
menus.

In your latest release, i can' see a change to older versions....

greets
Duskman - Nov 29 2008
Clearlooks Blue

GTK2 Themes 3 comments

Score 56%
56 Likes
44 Dislikes
Nov 15 2008
Yes, you're right - i've wrote the description text and forget this ;) - Nov 15 2008