Renaissance QTCurve Light Theme

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Renaissance themed QTCurve style and KDE4 light color set with partial transparency. QTCurve window decorations should be selected to match the screenshot.

The icons which are used in the screenshot are from the \'nmfnms\' icon pack. The colors are based on the \'Gentle\' color scheme.

Last changelog:

6 years ago

0.95: Minor fixes and a new slightly modified color scheme with a few more colors (the original was almost monochrome).

naskoman

6 years ago

i follow all the steps and istalled everything,but when i tried to go in Workspace Appereance section in system settings to chose the Window Decoration it crashes every time i try to go into the Workspace Appereance. I tried to install some missing debugging symbols such as Kde-workspace.dbg,but i can't....now what i do?

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Thermidore

6 years ago

Hi, that never happened to me, but I'm guessing that perhaps it is related to some incompatibility between your versions of KDE and QTCurve, as I've not modified anything related to the Window Decorations themselves, you just can select them if you want the same style to apply to the client area and decorations of the window. Anyway,try accessing decorations directly by typing the "Window decorations" in the launcher menu; try disabling opacity setting or background image setting in the QTCurve configuration, as these are known to cause issues.

The theme themselves was created/tested under openSUSE 12.1 / KDE 4.7 / QTCurve 1.8.12

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Thermidore

6 years ago

Hi, that never happened to me, but I'm guessing that perhaps it is related to some incompatibility between your versions of KDE and QTCurve, as I've not modified anything related to the Window Decorations themselves, you just can select them if you want the same style to apply to the client area and decorations of the window. Anyway,try accessing decorations directly by typing the "Window decorations" in the launcher menu; try disabling opacity setting or background image setting in the QTCurve configuration, as these are known to cause issues.

The theme themselves was created/tested under openSUSE 12.1 / KDE 4.7 / QTCurve 1.8.12

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Thermidore

6 years ago

Hi, that never happened to me, but I'm guessing that perhaps it is related to some incompatibility between your versions of KDE and QTCurve, as I've not modified anything related to the Window Decorations themselves, you just can select them if you want the same style to apply to the client area and decorations of the window. Anyway,try accessing decorations directly by typing the "Window decorations" in the launcher menu; try disabling opacity setting or background image setting in the QTCurve configuration, as these are known to cause issues.

The theme themselves was created/tested under openSUSE 12.1 / KDE 4.7 / QTCurve 1.8.12

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Thermidore

6 years ago

Hi, that never happened to me, but I'm guessing that perhaps it is related to some incompatibility between your versions of KDE and QTCurve, as I've not modified anything related to the Window Decorations themselves, you just can select them if you want the same style to apply to the client area and decorations of the window. Anyway,try accessing decorations directly by typing the "Window decorations" in the launcher menu; try disabling opacity setting or background image setting in the QTCurve configuration, as these are known to cause issues.

The theme themselves was created/tested under openSUSE 12.1 / KDE 4.7 / QTCurve 1.8.12

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Thermidore

6 years ago

Oh, I should not reload page after replying, I suppose )

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miawallace

6 years ago

thanks alot, it worked. thanks for sharing this.

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miawallace

6 years ago

but how is it installed?

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Thermidore

6 years ago

Hi, thanks. Make sure you have QtCurve installed in your system, ie, 'sudo apt-get install qtcurve'
a. Open KDE>System Settings
b. Choose 'Application Appearance'
c. Choose 'Colors' from left column
d. Click 'Import Scheme' on right column
e. Find 'Renaissance_light.colors' file, click 'Open' button
f. Choose 'Renaissance light' in the listing, Click 'Apply' at bottom.
g. Then click 'Style' in left column
h. Under 'Widget Style', choose 'QtCurve'
i. At lower right corner, click 'Apply'
j. Back to 'Widget Style' above, click 'Configure'
k. Under Presets, click 'Import'
l. Find 'renaissance_light.qtcurve' file and 'Open' button at bottom
m. Then click 'Save', then 'Apply' again
n. Select 'QTCurve' window decoration at Window Decorations.

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Thermidore

6 years ago

Hi, thanks. Make sure you have QtCurve installed in your system, ie, 'sudo apt-get install qtcurve'
a. Open KDE>System Settings
b. Choose 'Application Appearance'
c. Choose 'Colors' from left column
d. Click 'Import Scheme' on right column
e. Find 'Renaissance_light.colors' file, click 'Open' button
f. Choose 'Renaissance light' in the listing, Click 'Apply' at bottom.
g. Then click 'Style' in left column
h. Under 'Widget Style', choose 'QtCurve'
i. At lower right corner, click 'Apply'
j. Back to 'Widget Style' above, click 'Configure'
k. Under Presets, click 'Import'
l. Find 'renaissance_light.qtcurve' file and 'Open' button at bottom
m. Then click 'Save', then 'Apply' again
n. Select 'QTCurve' window decoration at Window Decorations.

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6 years ago

0.95: Minor fixes and a new slightly modified color scheme with a few more colors (the original was almost monochrome).

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