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KDE 3 Color Schemes

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Colour scheme for KDE based on the new FreeKDE.org website design by Rik Hemsley.

Screenshot 1 shows the colour scheme with the ModSystem kwin decoration, dotNET widget style and iKons iconset using KDE 3 CVS. But since it's a colour scheme, it should look the same under KDE 2. Screenshot 2 shows the updated version of the colour scheme, fixing a bug with dotNET buttons.
Last changelog:

17 years ago

0.2.0 : Bugfix for dotNET buttons.

turkenator

12 years ago

does anyone know which iconset that is on the screenshot

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

What font are you using? It looks great!

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preater

17 years ago

Green is my favorite color and I like this one a lot, nice work.

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

finally, just your screenshot tells me that beta1-version of KDE3 delayed for 1 week, argh, why kde.org doesn't tell anything about that, or am i blind.. anyway, nice theme..

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

So what happens when you add the applets back one at a time? I don't use any of the others, but I can definitely add and remove the logout/lock button applet separately

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

.. there is no system tray, none of them is displayed until I reopen the system tray applet.

It seems that the Mail Monitor, Klipper & Korganizer need the system tray, and I don't find the way to remove the logout/lock buttons from there.

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

To remove the logout button, just right click on the edge of it and select remove. As far as I'm aware,there's no way to keep the lock button - so both will disappear at the same time....

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

... for me. It just removes the whole system tray (not only the logout and lock, but all the applets: mail monitor, ...)

Thanks anyway.

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

In KDE 2.x I can remove the logout button from my taskbar, so that doesn't prove anything.

However, looking at Noatun it seems VERY like the menu style in the KDE 3.x screenshots! (Solid bar up the side)

Either way I must admit I think it looks fantastic!!!

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

Could you tell me how you could remove the logout button? (hope not recompiling the code)

I never use it, and it doesn't look very stylish to me to have it besides the other systray icons. I mean... it's just taking space out!


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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

Also available for KDE2 from http://clee.azsites.org/kde/

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

I think this section is for KDE 2.x.... and I cannot be sure, but isn't that KDE 3 CVS? There's a slight difference in appearence of the taskbar, and that last icon.... monopoly (or whatever is called)?

Please show appearence on KDE2.x, and don't try to fool us!

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

do you see a KDE 3 section anywhere? lookin on that menu on the left, i sure don't... is KDE 2 not the closest thing?

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

fact remains that you CAN'T see it's kde3, since kde2 CAN have this behaviour, so stop flaming, it's pointless..

let's just enjoy the scheme (which pretty much rocks, to my opinion :-)

xas

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

You CAN see it's KDE 3 because the system tray has no lock/logout icons. And this is only seperated in KDE 3 (and some early KDE 2 development snapshots).

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

anyway, since these buttons aren't there, they obviously don't give us a false impression.. :-) still is a viable shot to my opinion..

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

... you're right. :)

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

so what if he uses KDE 3 CVS?
it's a color scheme for christ's sake

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

... it's just a color scheme, but please let us know first if the screenshot is from CVS! Otherwise people make mistakes.

For ex., as soon as I saw there were no separator lines in the taskbar I thought somebody had changed the DotNet style he mentions. That's a "feature" I'm waiting for since ong ago (my laptop is 800x600 and a few lines add space). Of course I updated my DotNet... what a deception. This guy was "lying me".

I guess that's a new feature for the CVS version.

I don't mind if people puts CVS version screenshots, but please indicate that properly.

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C

Capzilla

17 years ago

You won't gain any space with it, they are not gone but just not visible.

It's a hidden feature since 2.0, you can enable it by putting

FadeOutAppletHandles=true

in your kickerrc file.

And yes, I'd post 2.x screenshots if I still had it installed. But hey, it's about the colours, not the rest of the look!

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

I thought it wasn't implemented at all.

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17 years ago

0.2.0 : Bugfix for dotNET buttons.

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