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 KDE-theme->windows?

 
 by aragorn21 on: Dec 3 2007
 
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Does anyone know where I could get a theme I could Windows (XP) a bit more KDE as long as I have to use it? ;-)

Sorry - could not find it on Google. :-(


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 Re: KDE-theme->windo

 
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http://www.crystalxp.net/ .. all here :)


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 "small" theme

 
 by jasonjb1058 on: Dec 3 2007
 
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Hi all, I'm looking for a theme that gives the maximum amount of available "screen real-estate", i.e., makes everything (icons, fonts, window title bars/status bars/scrollbars, etc) small.

My motivation is I have my resolution set as high as it can go but I can't fit as much "stuff" on my screen as I could in windows XP (yes, I checked, same resolution).

Anyway, most of the KDE appearance is a bit "clunky" for my tastes so it would be nice if there were something sleeker and more compact...I've searched some of the themes here but most seem to retain the overall "largeness" of standard KDE...

Any suggestions??


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 Re: "small" theme

 
 by blaster999 on: Dec 6 2007
 
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You can make icons smaller using Control Center->Appearence->Icons

To make konqueror panels take less space, install "konqueror-pro" (found on kde-look).

Also, try QtCurve with "Thinner menu items" enabled in the config.


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 Re: Re: "small" them

 
 by jasonjb1058 on: Dec 7 2007
 
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thanks, I'll give this a try


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 Re: Re: Re: "small" them

 
 by refresh1988 on: Dec 20 2007
 
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If you really want screen real-estate then go with Fluxbox + "Very Exiguous." Also you could try editing the dpi setting for your fonts.


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 dynamic wallpapers?

 
 by nephron on: Dec 6 2007
 
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Hello guys!

Have a question about dynamic desktop-backgrounds.. You know something about them in couple with kde?? Can't find some interresting stuff.. just some videos on youtube. But they are all made with windows.. So is it possible to create dynamic desktops in form of moving backgrounds??? That would be very nice.. better than static wallpapers.. Maybe something like matrix3d as background :)


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 Re: dynamic wallpape

 
 by blaster999 on: Dec 6 2007
 
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You can already do so, just press the "Advanced" button on the Desktop Settings window.


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 kth on command line

 
 by toadhall on: Dec 6 2007
 
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Hi there,

can I insert a theme in form of a *.kth file into a system I've only got chroot access to?


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 Linux helps M$oft?

 
 by RedHyena on: Dec 9 2007
 
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I came found something new the other day. While working on a client's Win XP machine... I reset it, unknowing there was a anti-virus CD in there. To my surprise "ISO Linux loading ect, ect." across the screen! My discovery was the anti-virus program had a linux based live-repair feature to restore specific windows files to working order! After some thought, I ask myself: Is saying that Linux is so good, it can even be used to restore your dieing windows... OR dose it suggest that Linux will become exploited by Microsoft or its partners? Just something I found interesting. While not really KDE related, It dose make one think. Dose anyone else find this interesting?


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 Re: Linux helps M$oft?

 
 by thomas12777 on: Dec 10 2007
 
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Wrong point of view.

You're not helping M$, but the user who wll (hopefully) learn:
"Good Linux helps me on trouble with f*** Winblows..."

This is kinda "soft migration" (though probably unintended) and is one key aspect of network invading... (economically, not about iso/osi)


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 Re: Linux helps M$oft?

 
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Assuming that the anti-virus CD was not a Microsoft product, I would say the manufacturer recognises the value of Linux as a stable operating system presumably immune from the Windows virus it's tracking down. I use Linux live CDs to rescue data from dead Window's PCs. If you do work on PCs and have not tried a gparted live CD then you are working too hard. I set up 20 PCs bound for Africa by loading Ubuntu Edgy on a one PC and then using gparted to clone that disk image to the other 19 other PCs.


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 remove account

 
 by Augustinus on: Dec 22 2007
 
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how can i remove this account i have? i want a new one with a new name..?


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 Re: remove account

 
 by dummy on: Dec 22 2007
 
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try pressing the DEL button p:


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 Re: remove account

 
 by ilj on: Dec 29 2007
 
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This might be of great hassle. I once too decided to give up on the account I registered and had to create a new one. No, there's no way you can delete the account yourself. You'll have to ask administrators to do this (that means the folks will have to edit the database perhaps something else too). You cannot delete and rename easily accounts at kde-*.org and *-*.org sites.

Try contacting user Frank concerning the removing/renaming of your account:

http://www.kde-apps.org/usermanager/search.php?username=Frank&action=profile


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