roxydoxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 35 comments

Uhm... yeah I looked at the screenshot and
everything that's supposed to change
(that would be the docks and the bespin config right?)
has actually changed, if you want some
other details on what you see in the the
shot then please specify

//Robert - Jun 27 2010
roxydoxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 35 comments

Hmm, well it changes everything I promise
in the description at least :) ..the docks
that is.

Not sure at all what else you want it to
change?

//Robert - Jun 27 2010
roxydoxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 35 comments

$HOME/.config/Bespin/Style.conf - Jun 27 2010
roxydoxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 35 comments

hämmälähämmälä... lets see...

add
IAmMyLittleSister=true
to your style.conf deco section
(hidden feature, might be removed anytime)

and then the buttons position you just change
in kwin buttons dialog :)

//Robert - Jun 26 2010
PlaybaK (aka KDE Media Player)

Video Apps by gilfcp10 146 comments

>What distro do you use?

Gentoo

>I'll release next week new version perhaps. New version won't use sqlite so you won't have those problems.

Sounds very good!

>It only depends on KDE4, QT4, taglib and sqlite.

I have all these :)

>I'll try not to forget to add a INSTALL file on next version.

Yeah well it wasn't that hard to figure
out how I'm supposed to compile it tho,
it's always nice to have black on white
exactly what you need to compile is all :)

>#include "sqlite3.h" includes a file that's in the same folder where KMP source code is.

Yeah I noticed, even tryed to remove
it and use the one from the sqlite package
gentoo portage provides :S
but from what I read on the web these
kind of problems with sqlite are kinda
common.

Anyway, thank you for answering and
looking forward to compiling the next
version :)

Have a nice weekend!

//Robert - Jun 24 2010
PlaybaK (aka KDE Media Player)

Video Apps by gilfcp10 146 comments

I got the phonon subdesc problem resolved.

in the file you have:

#include <Phonon/SubtitleDescription>

but for me it needs to be:

#include <phonon/SubtitleDescription>

Hope this helps.

//Robert
- Jun 24 2010
PlaybaK (aka KDE Media Player)

Video Apps by gilfcp10 146 comments

Hi man!

I'm having a hard time compiling this app, where can
I find a list of dependencies needed for this app
to compile?

Also where can I find the "INSTALL" file which includes
the install instructions?

So far I got this, I tried to compile with the usual
mkdir build ; cd build ; ccmake ../ ; make && sudo make install

------

so at first I got this:

/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:49:38: error: Phonon/SubtitleDescription: No such file or directory
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:837: warning: unused parameter ‘checked’
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:840: warning: unused parameter ‘checked’
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:844: warning: unused parameter ‘checked’
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:848: warning: unused parameter ‘checked’
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:851: warning: unused parameter ‘checked’
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp: In member function ‘void KMPCollectionThread::scanFolder(QString, bool, bool, bool)’:
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1403: warning: unused variable ‘cLenght’
make[2]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/kmp.dir/kmpbase.o] Error 1
make[1]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/kmp.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2

-------

Then after commenting the #include <Phonon/SubtitleDescription> in
kmpbase.cpp I got a lot of undefined references to sqlite3 (I have
sqlite installed and have the file #include "sqlite3.h" refers to.


CMakeFiles/kmp.dir/kmpmultimedia.o: In function `KMPMultimedia::saveArtist(int)':
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpmultimedia.cpp:85: undefined reference to `sqlite3_exec'
CMakeFiles/kmp.dir/kmpcollectionpage.o: In function `KMPCollectionPage':
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpcollectionpage.cpp:88: undefined reference to `sqlite3_open'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpcollectionpage.cpp:88: undefined reference to `sqlite3_open'
CMakeFiles/kmp.dir/kmpbase.o: In function `KMPCollectionThread::loadDatabase()':
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1045: undefined reference to `sqlite3_open'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1052: undefined reference to `sqlite3_prepare'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1053: undefined reference to `sqlite3_step'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1055: undefined reference to `sqlite3_data_count'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1061: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_text'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1053: undefined reference to `sqlite3_step'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1084: undefined reference to `sqlite3_prepare'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1085: undefined reference to `sqlite3_step'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1087: undefined reference to `sqlite3_data_count'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1091: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_text'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1085: undefined reference to `sqlite3_step'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1102: undefined reference to `sqlite3_prepare'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1103: undefined reference to `sqlite3_step'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1105: undefined reference to `sqlite3_data_count'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1110: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_text'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1103: undefined reference to `sqlite3_step'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1063: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_text'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1065: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_text'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1067: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_text'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1069: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_int'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1071: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_int'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1073: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_int'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1075: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_text'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1077: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_text'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1093: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_text'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1094: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_text'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1095: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_text'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1112: undefined reference to `sqlite3_column_int'
CMakeFiles/kmp.dir/kmpbase.o: In function `KMPCollectionThread::updateDatabase()':
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1021: undefined reference to `sqlite3_prepare'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1022: undefined reference to `sqlite3_step'
CMakeFiles/kmp.dir/kmpbase.o: In function `KMPCollectionThread::createDatabase(KMPArtists*, KMPAlbums*)':
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1175: undefined reference to `sqlite3_open'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1176: undefined reference to `sqlite3_exec'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1177: undefined reference to `sqlite3_exec'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1179: undefined reference to `sqlite3_exec'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1180: undefined reference to `sqlite3_exec'
/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1181: undefined reference to `sqlite3_exec'
CMakeFiles/kmp.dir/kmpbase.o:/home/bobby/builds/KMP/src/kmpbase.cpp:1182: more undefined references to `sqlite3_exec' follow
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[2]: *** [src/kmp] Error 1
make[1]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/kmp.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2
--------

I am very keen to trying out this app so any help would be
appreciated.

//Robert - Jun 24 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

Good. well, yes and no, there is a way
described here: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Doxysuxy?content=125107
by Nicholas Aaron S. I dunno why my lazy
ass hasn't gotten id copy pasted here tho.

Gotta do in short future.

I just use a launcher on the panel with
the stylesheet flag.

//Robert

P.S, report any kind of uglyness you encounter,
it's not supposed to be there, just is. - Jun 21 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

...sure you extracted to home so there
actually is a "/home/yeto/qss/haxsder.qss" file
as he's complaining he couldn't open the
file :)

double check that and report back

//Robert

PS. sry bout double post, accidentally
clicked the wrong btn first - Jun 21 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

...sure you extracted to home so there
actually is a "/home/yeto/qss/haxsder.qss" file
as he's complaining he couldn't open the
file :)

double check that and report back

//Robert - Jun 21 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

well the latest update really narrowed them
down so not too much showstoppers anymore,
but slowness in general, bgpixmap painted
over the frames... could be anything really.

//Robert - Jun 21 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

Yeah I don't know why it's not there
in dolphin by default :S

You should be aware that this is the
feature that causes most side effects tho.

After changing the class to KCategorizedView
from QListView (it is a subclass of this
made by kde it seems)
most the showstopper bugs where gone tho.


Have phun!

//Robert - Jun 19 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

Icons in first screenshot: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/JEY!style+Icons?content=109801

in second: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Leo-like-icons-v8.5?content=124176

and the icons in the third I haven't released. - Jun 19 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

They indeed did! I tried not too long ago
and was pleasantly suprised by the "looks"
of it. However, it still felt too "gnomey"
despite having tried "all" the breadcrumb
themes available.

Yeah let's hope this veryvery useful feature
will make it to dolphin one day ;-)

Yeah you have fun too wherever your going!

//Robert - Jun 18 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

Thx man! well it's cool to use the
finder bg's in dolphin indeed, I dunno
why this feature isnt available as default
in dolphin tho, it is in nautilus ;-) and
dolphin can't possible be outdone by
something as bad as nautilus in any way.

//Robert - Jun 17 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

Hehe, about as useful as a tractor at the
bottom of a lake... but its tons of fun!
...at least for me ;-)

Thx!

//Robert - Jun 17 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

If this wasnt bold enough in the description
then here it is for you: Just for fun!

//Robert - Jun 17 2010
Doxysuxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 60 comments

Thanks a lot for reporting!

Same thing happened to me when I upgraded
to kde 4.5 beta2?

Did you do this?

However, there is afaik no way of fixing
this :) that's when I started my finder
project: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Haxsder?content=126210

As you can see the there is no borders
there :)

Send me pm if you are willing to test it.

//Robert - Jun 14 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

Hehe thx :) tho I only use it to fix
minor things mostly, this one is just
for fun. If I want something changed
properly, I ask Thomas.

The bad thing about qss is that it is
slower than c++ written themes, hence
I only fix minor stuff with it :)

//Robert - Jun 14 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

Thx! yeah qss is not getting the attention
it definitively deserves!

Scrollbars are just dolphin because I
have only applied the stylesheet to
dolphin. I could very easily apply the
stylesheet to any app tho.

Have phun with qss!

//Robert - Jun 14 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

Haha youre funny man :D

Yeah, If I have a version that will work
up to the standards of the "normal" users
then I'll submit for sure, before that
I'll just need a few testers to see if
it actually looks the same on somebody
elses comp.

Yeah ofc you can use pixmaps with qss...
...its pretty much the same as css, in
principle I could create a whole theme
with qss on the same principle that gtkrc :)...
...that I have a pixmap for a button,
scrollbar etc.

//Robert - Jun 14 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

Hmmm, it seems I have managed to work around
the nastiest workarounds so I might
actually release some of the code used :)

Still tho, this is not an implementation,
nor is it usable, its simply a suggestion.

If you want a implementation to have
dolphin look like this for real, you need
to talk to peter :)

//Robert - Jun 14 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

Thx man! you are always too kind with your
words man, why not something like:

"that the best you can do?, my mother knows
qss better than that!"

Anyways, I figured I wouldn't use any
pixmaps, but I uploaded a third shot
where the "statusbar" is made with a
pixmap (only way to have gradient there).

//Robert - Jun 14 2010
dolpher

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 43 comments

Thx!

No, I don't think so, includes some very
nasty workarounds that trigger undesired
behaviour :) - Jun 13 2010
Sparkle Light

Wallpaper Other by nece228 2 comments

..good! ..and in an kdeish way too :)

got my vote ;-)

/Robert - Jun 12 2010
roxydoxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 35 comments

>>How do you apply the qss in Nautilus?
You dont, nautilus is written in gtk.

>>I mean how do you make sure it won't go away once you reboot?
Well, personally I have just created a
launcher on the panel that has the
stylesheet flag... a user here explained
a way to "install" it tho: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Doxysuxy?content=125107

However, the only real way would be to have
peter (who created dolphin) to make a
way in dolphin to use a stylesheet, but
that's not gonna happen.

//Robert - Jun 12 2010
roxydoxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 35 comments

Sure, to change deco right click on titlebar;
configure window behaviour ; window (decorations) ; bespin ; apply.

And if the docks do not look like in the
screenshot after doing what I said
previously then I cannot help you more with
that, sry.

I haven't released the icons you
see in the shot.

Btw, try and log out and back to see if
bespin works better then, I sometimes have
the same problem (toolbar separator painted
on wrong place), but only with root apps
tho.

//Robert - Jun 09 2010
roxydoxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 35 comments

Is actually not even a theme, is just
a config file for bespin, sry bout the
rant above :D

Just import the .bespin file in the bespin
config dialog and hit load or apply or
whatever the button is called.

for the qss just extract it in $HOME and
then run:
killall dolphin
dolphin -stylesheet ~/roxydoxy.qss

//Robert - Jun 09 2010
roxydoxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 35 comments

Thx! and icons are not called anything
yet :) - Jun 09 2010
roxydoxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 35 comments

Ic, hmm, well, did you compile bespin
yourself from svn or did you use some
stinky deb or whatever other nasty pre-compiled
package?

also, be sure to do a killall dolphin,
and then dolphin -stylesheet /path/to/stylesheet.qss

also, you are not using the bespin deco,
at least when compiled from source
(if you have cmake and all needed kde libs)
you'll get the deco theme I use in the
screenshot.

You are right however, I should have
provided more info about the "install"
process. Just didn't think that anybody
who didn't know the process would be
interested :)

//Robert - Jun 09 2010
roxydoxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 35 comments

Thx man!

//Robert

P.S. I was actually kidding about the
best theme part tho ;-) - Jun 09 2010
roxydoxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 35 comments

Hehehe :D thx! about the icons, I havent
uploaded anywhere yet. - Jun 09 2010
Fragile

Plasma Themes by garthecho 22 comments

....and happy birthday! - Jun 08 2010
Fragile

Plasma Themes by garthecho 22 comments

oooh shiny! Good job man!

//Robert - Jun 08 2010
Dolphin context menu menubar

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by Pitmairen 10 comments

heh... not the terminal thingy... the
thing that having the menu (file edit..)
when hidden on right click :)

sure, one can use alt+f here too but still,
I think it should be this way,, not everybody
know all the accelerators :)

Feel free to debate me tho - Jun 02 2010
Doxysuxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 60 comments

Great! Gonna update description :) - Jun 01 2010
Doxysuxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 60 comments

Thx! theme is bespin! is indeed a kde4 theme :D - Jun 01 2010
Doxysuxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 60 comments

:D sounds good!

still tho, to be sure, do a killall dolphin

then try and run dolphin from krunner :)

//Robert - Jun 01 2010
Doxysuxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 60 comments

...and and the fixed width font (text editor)
is consolas :) - Jun 01 2010
Doxysuxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 60 comments

Nice!

Didn't think of that, I havent tried it
yet but I think krunner calls
/usr/bin/dolphin directly yesno?

if not, then this would indeed be a good
solution!

//Robert - Jun 01 2010
Doxysuxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 60 comments

Thx for the compliments man!

the font is proxima nova.

//Robert - Jun 01 2010
Doxysuxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 60 comments

The folder icon is my re-design of the
siro folder.

The desktop system is not plasma at all,
it's not available publicly. - Jun 01 2010
Doxysuxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 60 comments

try this:

killall dolphin
dolphin -stylesheet ~/.qss/dox.qss

if you have dolhin running then it just
starts another instance with the same
settings.... sry should have mentioned this.

Anyways, the docks will not fit at all
with that color scheme so maybe not use it
at all then.

//Robert - May 31 2010
Kore Air

KDE 4 Splashscreens by mcder 8 comments

looks nice! I especially like the font ;-) - May 31 2010
Doxysuxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 60 comments

Well the docks are what I'm tryin to theme
here, the ones that has the titles
"Places", "Folders" and so on :)

It doesn't seem to complain anything about
not finding the file or whatev... so
please a screenshot so I can see it has
indeed not loaded the stylesheet :)

....and you are using the bespin style right?

//Robert - May 30 2010
Doxysuxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 60 comments

He doesnt know :)

about the qss, you do use bespin right?
plus you do use one of the docks shown in
the screenshot? if yes, then please post
output of

dolphin -stylesheet /path/to/dox.qss

//Robert - May 30 2010
Doxysuxy

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by TheRob 60 comments

Sry, can't help you here, it's not publicly
released and the author asked me to
stfu so my hands are tied here. - May 29 2010
K3B 2.0 website mockup

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by Vistausss 8 comments

but there are certain standards one has
to follow... a typical one is that it
has to be viewable with a 1024 px wide
screen, the way it is now you have to
scroll horizontally with a 1024 screen :)

most webpages follow this :)

The dantes blog thingy the one user pointed
out follows this as well, just a pointer.

//Robert - May 29 2010
Yakuake Air Theme (4.4)

Yakuake Skins by jaem 3 comments

This is good!

Yakuake themes are indeed lacking here,
I had a go myself but its far to
difficult for me to create a yakuake
theme, maybe with next version of
yakuake it is easier and I can try again :)

Good work mate!

//Robert

Yakuake is indeed a wonderful app, makes
like easier for a lot of kde users :) - May 27 2010
Dolphin context menu menubar

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by Pitmairen 10 comments

I cannot find one reason to why it isnt
already that way :) - May 26 2010