I like what you've done with konqueror tabs ;)
However I miss some options to tune it to my taste :
- change button outline thickness (text input fields are very subtle but buttons look out of place in comparison)
- edit menu background gradient
- edit menu selected item bakground
- configure konqueror tabs backgournd gradient.
It look like a VERY promising style.
Keep up the good work ! - Dec 11 2006
Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 6 comments
On a side note, I think amor could be polished a bit more.
i.e. I'd rather have .mng animations (alphablended) on my windecs... It would look cleaner.
Oh and it would be great to not have ugly shadows under the animation when having kompmgr enabled...
Greetings. - May 22 2006
This is really great. I've been waiting for something like that for over tw years (since I'm a kde user).
I've been a bit disappointed however to see that enventhought the themes require pngs I can't get smooth rounded corners...
Masks are great for those like me using shadows.
The use of alpha channels in pngs is the way to get more polished themes than what we've now.
Keep up the good work ! - May 15 2006
I must say I DO love Amarok it's running as long as my computer is running. ;)
I would like to advice you not to go for this aqua bubble thingy in the playlist. It's quite ugly IMHO. I didn't like the former active track thing because it makes the playlist item move when the playing track changes. And then it turned flashy :/
I never filled a feature request about it but I would if it was to get worst in 1.4 !
Anyway I love this apps, and you seem to make efforts to give it a pleasant look and feel (a new context theme, a new icon theme ...)and that's why I comment.
Please keep things subtle !
And please keep up the good work ! - Apr 10 2006
Anyway I remember someone posted wallpapers and ksplash themes of this kind. They were quickly deleted since men on kde-look told they didn't want to see naked males on there computers and it wasn't kde related.
It was two years ago but I'd like to remeber that big bothoms are not kde or gnome related. - Mar 18 2006
I like the general feel of your sounds,funky and of course gentle. I love the shutdown_gentle_voice one. It's so smooth.
I appreciate that sounds are coming in several versions, this is great. However I find some of them too long. error(x).ogg and the shutdonw ones (my KDEbox is fast to shutdown and the sound gets cut in the middle of playing) for example.
Anyway it's great to have something new to hear on our desktops. Good soundshemes are rares around here ;)
Keep up the good work. - Mar 17 2006
By the way, I love what you've done with lipstik and use it eversince you released it. - Jan 19 2006
What about someone making an ebuild ? - Jan 09 2006
love the wallpaper, where does it come from ? - Jan 07 2006
I have to assure you too that this is no fake. I'm all alone on this project, I have undreds of icons to make and outside of that I've got a life of my own, and I don't spend all my time building my theme. This is a very long process.
If my page isn't up-to-date it's merely because I don't want to spoil all my work with previews.
By the way do you believe Oxygen to be a fake ? After all you only saw a few icons on a website.
Please be patient. And don't be silly spreading stupid rumors when you don't know anything of what's going on.
"We should crown him King of Look & Feel"
Thanks alot sleepkreep. I don't ask that much.
Greetings to all of you.
Adrien. - Jan 07 2006
Anyway I'm glad to know it's eagerly awaited by some ;) - Sep 02 2005
Well I'm planning to do as much as possible, and I hope It will be complete before KDE4 gets released. Then we'll see if it becomes default. It's a bit early for the moment being.
Peace. - Jun 30 2005
Let me tell you that I really don't mind that people may dislike the work I do. We all percieve thing differently and what looks good for some may not for others. And this is a good thing we don't like all the same thing.
But there's a way to say things. You're an Icon maker too, I saw you work. I'm sorry to tell you I don't like many of your icons. But to my mind, I see no interrest in giving you bad comments. I could say awfull things about what I don't like. But what's the use ?
I won't try to find reason (may it be jealousy, may it be an authentic disgust or anything else I don't care) to your pointless comment.
But whatever your feeling about somebody's artwork, I advise you not to talk about "crap". It's humiliating.
Why don't you say "I don't like it!" or better : someting constructive, the reasons why you don't like what you see.
Two reasons for that :
1 you don't appear like a vulgar person
2 your point of view is understood and took in consideration, and a smart designer doesn't ignore feedback.
So, please think about what you write before posting rude things.
Thanks for reading me. - Jun 29 2005
Could you please upload this old version (i think it was 0.4) for us who don't have the latest kde version ?
Thanks - Mar 31 2005
Servicemenu WMA to OGG:
By the way : that servicemenu is a great Idea ! Thanks ! - Jan 18 2005
I'm using Suse 9.2, it's not the first time I try to use mdm, but I never know what to do with config files ...
everytime, all I get is no login manager at all and plain sonsole login instead !
Thanks in advance. - Dec 21 2004
Since i can't code, I encourage you to keep working on it and improve it.
I think it adds alot eyecandy and it's far more easy to grab than the K icon.
Some fixes for it not to crash and let the user choose the button width, and you have a killer applet (at least to mi mind).
Keep working on it please ! - Dec 21 2004
But i think Gnome one's aren't that good either : you're disturbed by unequally-sized rows and columns, making it hard to find what you're searching because items often are too close of each other.
I have to admit that I prefer the way they're drawn in WinXp. A square of a defined size around the picture makes it clearer. It seems more organized.
It could be an option to draw these squares around other icons (such as folders and other files) in order to make everything look the same size (in order to make every item fit well).
But the best thing would be to modify the way icons are organized : it would be quite nice if they are drawn in a grid (one could optionally change the size), the way it can be done on the desktop.
That would be a great improvement in konqueror's "eyecandyness" ! - Oct 22 2004
Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 165 comments
Thx alot man ! - Dec 12 2004
I prefer text arrow within a button because it's lighter and the icon is too colorful so there's no difference between it and icons in the tray. It's distractive and quite inconsistent.
But that's only my opinion. - Nov 26 2004
I used to appreciate the text arrow in former versions. But now I updated, all I got is the ugly crystal icon. Where's it now ?
Has it been removed ? If it's so, i'd like it back !!!
Anyway keep up the god work, smooth hiding is great ! - Nov 25 2004
But lines are cluttering. Don't you think it would be better if it were spaces between entries instead, so that similar enteries are tied like a paragraph of a text ? - Nov 25 2004
What's the name of the font U use? - Nov 12 2004
It's nearly done ! - Oct 30 2004
(but still it seems odd ...) - Oct 27 2004
Thanks for the hint .... English is not my original language and "autumn" means "automne" in french... It was a mix ....
I'll correct it. - Oct 26 2004
I searched alot on KDE Homepage, and artist.kde.org but still I don't know how to submit content.
Do it through bugs.kde.org isn't quite logical thought ... isn't it ? O_o - Oct 26 2004
I just changed the color to a desaturated blue. That's why it seems an unusual font. ;) - Oct 26 2004
I don't know who you are, what art or fictions do you like, but consider posting on site focused on such unsane things ... here you're on a tech-related site, meant to a broad audience ...
So please, consider removing it.
(excuse my poor english) - Oct 08 2004
If only kde could be themed like that ... But there's a lot of reshacking. I don't think it will ever be working this way for us ... so sad.
BTW sorry for double posting ... don't know what happened .. - Aug 30 2004
Longhorn Inspirat ?
If it's the case, here it is :
(I never used it. I don't have Windows for long. But I always look at what is done for it ...)
If it's not the case ... i'm afraid I don't understand.
Eriol. - Aug 30 2004
Same bugs plus a bug when trying to load a style with large or extra large fonts (I understand it's in early stage of development) and same hopes : can't wait to see my whole linux/qt desktop with great msworld styles (longhron inspirat by stefanka rocks !) ...
Can be some kind of revolution in kde theming ...
Keep up the good work ! - Aug 30 2004
I'll try it with XMMS as soon as possible, even if I like this player less than you seem to do.
What about a Juk version ? I really love that app but miss a cover shower working with it. And since I can't code ... LOL ! - Aug 29 2004
A must if just like me you can't figure out how to install themes.
I'd be very grateful if you add support for higher resolutions such as 1600x1200 ... my 21" monitor's begging for it !
anyway, keep up the good work. - Aug 23 2004
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/magiconf", line 12, in ?
ImportError: No module named gtk
But I'm sure gtk is correctly installed on my system.
What's the matter ? - Aug 11 2004