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 help with x11 cursor

 
 by cmit37 on: Feb 23 2004
 
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Hi,
I am trying to port a cool mouse theme to X11 and I came across a limited amount of information. I have all the image files for the mouse cursors and I found out how to convert them to X11 but I did not find any documentation on what to name them so that X11/KDE 3.1 can use them. Can somebody please have a look at them at the following address and perhaps send me some feedback on the naming.

http://www.access-myit.com/bluecrystal/

Also - do the image files have to be squared and if not how do you specify the size in the conf file.

Thank you.


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 Re: help with x11 cursor

 
 by thomas12777 on: Feb 24 2004
 
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take a look into this theme
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=6679
it should contain all informations you need (pngs, cursor files, in files, a makefile)
and also into your /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/icons directory


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 Widget Style HOWTO?

 
 by jacargentina on: Apr 19 2004
 
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Hi all!! I need to know if there is some kind of tutorial or howto about creating a KDE Widget Style... i found that one here on kde-look.org but it is only for kde 2, so, there is one fot kde 3.2 ? thanks!!!


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 get x11 cursor src ?

 
 by oickill on: Apr 28 2004
 
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i like the jimmac's cursor theme,
but i like the black one then wite one.
HOW CAN I GET THIS THEME'S SRC AND PNG FILE, AND WHO TO REBUILD THE CURSOR THEME?
ThanX!


Evan
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 Re: get x11 cursor s

 
 by siliziumm on: May 5 2004
 
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I'd like to have this theme in black as well, that's would be so great...


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 Single App Login

 
 by woodyge on: May 6 2004
 
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I need to create a user account where all the user can do is run a single application. I would like the appcication to startup on login and only allow the user to run that applicatin or logoff. Is a theme the way to go?


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 Re: Single App Login

 
 by thomas12777 on: May 7 2004
 
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After a common KDE login is performed, a lot of apps have been started by the user (such as kwin, kdesktop, kicker, ...)
So this is not really a kde question?!
You could create a very restricted user account and allow only the execution of the one app you want to him and then create a special kdm login type that just calls that app (similar to xterm on failsafe login)
BUT:
The user will need r/w acces to a lot more files (especially read...) so you might be interested in the use of acces control lists as the owner/group/other concept isn't very mighty
(result: you'll probably have to remodel your chown/chgrp/chomd structure, as most distributions allow r-x to the group users and enter a new user to this group)
If you mean to only start a specific app once per user (like i.e. mozilla) you can use a lock file in the users homedir and start the app via a script (or better a native (e.g. cpp) app as this will allow you to use suid - otherwise the user will still be able to call the binary bypassing the script)


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 Re: Re: Single App Login

 
 by woodyge on: May 7 2004
 
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Thank you!


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 Re: Re: Re: Single App Login

 
 by madpenguin8 on: May 11 2004
 
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How about using KDE's kiosk features. Here is an excellent tool.

http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=12028


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 Re: Re: Single App Login

 
 by lucher on: May 23 2004
 
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The issue about starting only one specific application after login can be done by editing the X11 configuration files. These files usually start the window manager that was selected in kdm/gdm. Just change these files in such a way that they only start your application, maybe even without any window manager.

I don't know if there is a window manager available that can be configured in a way that starting apps is prevented. Usually all window managers can at least open an xterm and from the xterm you can start all applications. Then, as previously mentioned, more must be done like changing admissions.

Maybe somebody in this forum knows one?

Best regards


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 Quickswitch frontend

 
 by tightcode on: Jun 13 2004
 
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Could anyone make a KDE kicker applet for this program:
http://muthanna.com/quickswitch

It is really usefull for laptop users and the only thing missing is a KDE kicker applet. There is already a gnome one but no KDE.

Let me know what you guys think,

Cheers,

TightCode


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 kdecoration.h docs

 
 by sarath on: Jun 14 2004
 
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Hi there
Iam trying to do a window decoration. The thing that bugs me is that i cannot get the api documentation for kdecoration*.h files within the kde docs folder. Searching on developer.kde.org or googling did not help.
Can anyone plz point out where the actual documentation for these files exist ...


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 Re: kdecoration.h do

 
 by Brandybuck on: Jun 15 2004
 
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As the old proverb says, "the code is the documentation." Fortunately, it isn't that hard of code to understand. If it helps, my KWin theming HOWTO might help: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=6332


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 Re: Re: kdecoration.h do

 
 by sarath on: Jun 15 2004
 
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Well that is a gr8 tut and it has helped me a lot. But the thing is that whenever i need to look up a class, im forced to look at only some examples like keramik and system.
Good API documentation would have made my life easier.
Anyway thanx for the gr8 tut again.
Guess i should be makin a bug report.


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 Re: Re: kdecoration.

 
 by petersi on: Apr 10 2007
 
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You're not answering the question...
Where can these pretty default header files be found & downloaded?


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