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 Slim Style

 
 by protoman on: Jun 23 2008
 
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I bought a eeePC 701 and in this weekend I've installed ubuntu with KDE.

But one problem I'm having is that there is no good style for lower resolutions, that uses the minimum spacing for widgets. Gnome have a clearlooks and human compact that work really well, isn't anyone working on a really slim/compact theme for KDE?

Also, if no one plans to do the job, woult it be very hard to change the code of on current style to use less spacing? I can give it a try myself.


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 Re: Slim Style

 
 by nitrofurano on: Jul 12 2008
 
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a question i'm very curious about: do EeePC boots as fast and runs as fine with Ubuntu when compaired with it's Linux oem which comes with it?

i'm asking you this after seeing an youtube video compairing an Asus EeePC with the default Linux OEM, and a similar Everex coming with gOS installed...


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 Re: Re: Slim Style

 
 by protoman on: Jul 12 2008
 
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It is indeed slower to boot, a lot.
But canonical set as a target for the next release to improve boot speed and so far when they focus on something, I like the end result.


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 What I would like to see...

 
 by SkittleLinux18 on: Jul 29 2008
 
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Someone do a dark, eerie, mysterious, captivating theme with the works. I mean everything. KDM theme, Splash Screen, Wallpaper(s), Icons, Kicker, kbfx, colors, windows decorations/emerald, and sounds. Something that would give a mysterious and dark feel to the desktop environment. Something so unique and addicting that anyone who would sit at the computer would say, "My computer MUST look exactly like this."

I would do it myself but I am not very artistic. I'm more concept minded.

I just think it would nice. Whoever did it would probably have distros coming at him/her left and right. I could see the person being very well known.


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 What I would like to see...

 
 by SkittleLinux18 on: Jul 29 2008
 
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Someone do a dark, eerie, mysterious, captivating theme with the works. I mean everything. KDM theme, Splash Screen, Wallpaper(s), Icons, Kicker, kbfx, colors, windows decorations/emerald, and sounds. Something that would give a mysterious and dark feel to the desktop environment. Something so unique and addicting that anyone who would sit at the computer would say, "My computer MUST look exactly like this."

I would do it myself but I am not very artistic. I'm more concept minded.

I just think it would nice. Whoever did it would probably have distros coming at him/her left and right. I could see the person being very well known.


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 editing the KSPlash Standard

 
 by geminiguy on: Aug 4 2008
 
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Hello all, I hope this is the right place to come.
I have finally figured out how to make changes with the Standard Ksplash Theme using the engine's options.
I can now move the statusbar from bottom to the top, and change the font, italic etc.
I have also changed the splash screen. I know how to make the icons visible or not, etc... all using the options..
What I cannot for the life of me figure out is

change the icon postion
I know to do
# Icon Postion?
Icon Position = ??? <that's where I'm lost and I've tried everything but the right way
the same to change the statusbar background color
and even, (if possible) to change the actual icons used?

Am I supposed to do a normal moodin theme.rc, and then add the script with the theme options? how do I name it? How do I link the two?

This is the largest problem with these engines.... nobody has ever explained how to use all the options in layman's terms so artists & designers who are not developers or programmers can figure them out?
Any info I have found through extensive searching is always at best, extremely vague. I only just figured out what I know now through a few hours of trial & error

I can do some cool stuff now, but not use my own icons, or put them where I want, etc.....
Any help would be greatly appreciated, and when I get this right, I will post-up my theme with the complete options and hopefully a tutorial others like myself can understand and breath some new life into these splashes cuz honestly... they're getting to be a bore... same ol' same o'

Thanks
Geminiguy


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 Re: editing the KSPlash Standa

 
 by geminiguy on: Aug 7 2008
 
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I'm thinking the items which prevent one from changing the position of the bouncing Icons, etc.... lay within the KSPlashStandard.so file?
But I have no idea how one goes about editing it.
I see at the bottom, where there is legible text, the word (Default) in parenthasis, after which seems to be identifying link to the icons, etc.?
I don't know... is there anyone here who is familiar with making changes to these programs at the core, to allow maximum user defenitions and control?


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 Make my own...

 
 by DarwinC on: Sep 18 2008
 
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Hi everyone! I'm relatively new to linux. I'm using Kubuntu with KDE 3.5.2 and would really like to make my own logon screens, bootsplash, window decoration etc to further personalize my desktop. If any of you would be cool enough to give some pointers or post links to websites containing tuts or guides that help me achieve what I want, well... I'll really appreciate it! Thanks in advance :)


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 Superkaramba phyton themes

 
 by pauelmaco on: Sep 19 2008
 
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I want to create best superkaramba themes and I need the way to create themes who uses pyhton files. Can anyone explane me how or say me a link who tell it?

Thanks

pauelmaco


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 Re: Superkaramba phyton themes

 
 by szyszeja on: Oct 28 2008
 
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Hola

1) SuperKaramba
::.. http://netdragon.sourceforge.net/ssuperkaramba.html

2) Help
::.. http://netdragon.sourceforge.net/shelp.html

3) Basic Tutorial for Theme Creators
::.. http://netdragon.sourceforge.net/sinfo.html

4) Basic Instructions for writing the .py file for your theme.
::.. http://netdragon.sourceforge.net/sbasic.html


Good Luck!!


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 Re: Re: Superkaramba phyton themes

 
 by pauelmaco on: Nov 5 2008
 
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Thank you!


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