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 Windows 7 look and feel

 
 by kwr2k on: Oct 8 2009
 
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I am pleasantly amazed at the lack of Windows 7 themes/styles for KDE on kde-look.org. It proves that KDE4 has now equalled -- or even surpassed -- Windows in look and feel!

More power to open-source!


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 Re: Windows 7 look and feel

 
 by III on: Oct 9 2009
 
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I think your find windows is copying kde 4 this time round.....:)


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 Re: Re: Windows 7 look and feel

 
 by chieuhado on: Oct 14 2009
 
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I thinks too !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



nuoc hoa

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 Re: Re: Windows 7 look and feel

 
 by ffirewall on: Oct 18 2009
 
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I've got license to Win7 Enterprise 64bit couple months already, and my feelings are ....

1) Microsoft doesn't bother with some special framework around. Functionality of OS (stability) and another non-GUI things have higher priority;
2) or Microsoft is trying to increase GUI functionality within each of new Windows version. In that case .... Windows can't never reach GUI functionality (frameworks, etc.) already existing in Linux platform. And will not be able to reach Linux GUI qualities ever.


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 Re: Re: Windows 7 look and feel

 
 by Yaba on: Nov 16 2009
 
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Exactly what I wanted to write!


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 Re: Windows 7 look and feel

 
 by momashi on: Nov 20 2009
 
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The windows 7 transparent look is pretty much a Vista theme. I'd be surprise you can't find a vista theme in kde-look but if can't, you can install the Emerald Window Decorator and install some Enerald Vista Themes (http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Vista-Linux?content=42875). Emerald allows you to custom design each theme, so you can color it what you want. I'm sure there some sort of package that'll all you to modify the oxigen or air them so that the task bar is the color want.

But seriously, I have both Windows 7 and KDE 4.3. Windows 7 is utterly sterile and is nowhere near as functional, why should KDE copy their looks or feel or that ugly logo (yyyuuuucccckkkk)? The only reason I have a copu Windows is because the VMWare and VirtualBox can't emulate my proprietary GPU and are thus not that adept at playing PC games.


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 Re: Windows 7 look and feel

 
 by bobbiescap on: Nov 29 2009
 
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Fully agree, it has taken a while but well worth it, KDE 4 is the best desktop system I have used and once some minor bugs are sorted out it will be phenomenal.

Well done all!


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 re: Windows 7 look and feel

 
 by korpz on: Oct 19 2009
 
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Greatest form of flattery using KDE 4 style, but not as advanced as the real thing.


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 Arabic support in Amarok

 
 by ahmedhamdy on: Nov 14 2009
 
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I am using Amarok 1.4.10 By KDE 3.5.10 on ubuntu 8.10 . Now when a song has Arabic Title or other Arabic track information >> it is appears in the play-list as unknown characters like this way (ÊÇãÑ ÚÇÔæÑ) ....
SO can any one help me in and tell me how to solve this problem .


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 Re: Arabic support in Amarok

 
 by ahmedhamdy on: Nov 17 2009
 
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Please any one have experiences Reply me to solve this problem ....


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 Re: Re: Arabic support in Amarok

 
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make sure you have the kde arabic packages of your distribution or the ones given here. If you don't have them, it will try to open those symbols with american fonts... hehe...


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 Re: Re: Re: Arabic support in Amarok

 
 by ahmedhamdy on: Nov 20 2009
 
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I am already have arabic support in ubuntu 8.10 (can write either English/Arabic and can view arabic text) and I faced the same problem with SMplayer but I solved it ....... Now I can't solve this with Amarok >> path of the song write correctly if there is folder with arabic name, but the all problem with song informations (Title and artist and Album,..etc if in Arabic).
I seeking in Amarok option and python script but NOTHING ...
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little help will be nice .....
Thanks


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Arabic support in Amarok

 
 by thomas12777 on: Dec 12 2009
 
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utf8 in id3 tags is largely broken
(though it's defined since (iirc) id3v2.4 - well, 10 years that is...)

-> did you write these tags yourself?


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 KDE Plasmoids

 
 by biosftw on: Nov 25 2009
 
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Hey I am looking for some google plasmoids

A tasks plasmoids which is in sync with google

and a calendar google plugin )but like a monthly view not the one which is already there)


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 Re: KDE Plasmoids

 
 by CharleneDawson on: Dec 16 2009
 
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Oh I'm looking for this one too. Did you find it already?


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 Vertical Titlebar "Survey"

 
 by thomas12777 on: Dec 12 2009
 
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In case you didn't know: the Bespin deco has support for vertically aligned (leftside) Titlebars since quite a while.

I'm using this feature sice then (though i do not really lack vertical space) and have made some personal observations, but i'd like to hear about other experiences, as this is rather an experiment and new for "non-exotic" windowmanagers.

I'd mostly like to hear:
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1) how much do you miss window titles?

2) how did you setup your buttons?

3) (for right handed left-to-right writers:) do you bother the left side bar and think you'd prefer it on the right EVEN THOUGH the srollbars are there as well?

4) what did prevent you from using vertical titlebars?

5) how long have you been using this feature?

Thanks for your time and help in advance.


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 Re: Vertical Titlebar "Survey"

 
 by Yaba on: Jan 18 2010
 
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I think, if you introduce titlebars on the side, you should do it more like the Enlightenment way: Allow people to configure different titlebars depending on the application. E.g. a console could have a titlebar on the left to collapse/expand it from the left/right side of the screen.


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 testing

 
 by carolss on: Dec 16 2009
 
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http://www.youtube.com


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