Béo

Various KDE 1.-4. Styles

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SaikoBee

10 years ago

The buttons are a bit dark for my liking, but overall this is one of the better dark themes floating around.

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Impuls

10 years ago

My distr: openSUSE 10.3 & KDE 3.5

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Impuls

10 years ago

i opened Beo.kth in Theme Manager but nothing happend :(
can you help me too? :)

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Impuls

10 years ago

It's perfect!! :)
But can you tell me how install domino & decoder (what are this and where i can do it)??
I installed only Béo Blue.kcsrc :(
Please help, i wanna get the desktop like on the screenshots :)
P.S. sry for my english

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inckie

11 years ago

Now this is a dark theme I'd try... Congratulations, sir!

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sansana

11 years ago

Maybe you could help me - I can't see any option to import configuration files in domino configuration window. The only thing I can change there are the colours of gradients. I'm using kcontrol and window decorations to get to the domino configuration. What am I doing wrong?

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AdrienV

11 years ago

In the style window select Domino and click on configure on right, then go to the "Save/Load" tab.

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sansana

11 years ago

Thank you, I've managed to install it.

Your theme is totally amazing, thank you so much for sharing it! I love it :D

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ChojinDSL

11 years ago

Awesome Theme. I use gentoo, but for some reason, no matter what I do, I cant get my Windows to have that fine white outline like you do. On my system they are black.

How did you achieve that outline?

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AdrienV

11 years ago

There are two outlines, the inner is white, the outter is black. You may see one less than the other depending on the darkness of your wallpaper...

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tlalocmty

11 years ago

can you please tell me how do I install this theme?

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AdrienV

11 years ago

First install domino and dekorator, second install béo dekorator theme with dekorator configuration panel, third import domino config file in domino configuration window, fourth download and install snowish icon theme, and last install and apply béo theme file with kde theme-manager.

Who finds that KDE isn't simple to use?

PS: you can also install amarok theme... One should be able to install a theme in one click, another goal for KDE4...

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elfratysa

11 years ago

./configure and again and again no header files of KDE present in prefix.
Devel files are not anywhere to be found. Tell me what is the ultimate answer?

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zingermc

11 years ago

the ultimate answer is 42

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zingermc

11 years ago

try installing kdebase-dev first

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unglued

10 years ago

wow... I am relatively new to linux and I am shocked to see how complicated installing a theme can be! doing this after a fresh kubuntu install took me hours. but I think I did it. it looks good, though in some applications (seemingly non-costumizable) colours mix badly.

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bamajr

10 years ago

Seriously, is there not a better set of instructions to use this?

Does someone have some specific, start to finish instructions on how to get this to work?

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