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dolpher

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Downloads:  962
Submitted:  Jun 13 2010
Updated:  Jul 13 2010

Description:

Well, there should be a "finderify" option
in the dolphin settings yesno?

Kidding, I just figured I'd try my luck
and see how finderish I'm able to make
dolphin with qss.

This is actually more like a kde de-provement
then improvement, but this site seems to
be lacking the deprovement section.

Okey, here we go, usage example:

  • Extract the tarball to $HOME (your home folder)

  • import and load the preset in bespin

  • killall dolphin

  • dolphin -stylesheet ~/qss/dolpher.qss

  • ???

  • profit


  • -------------------

  • NOTE 0 This looks very ugly in certain views.

  • NOTE 1 Might trigger behaviour you dont like.

  • NOTE 2 Qss is slower then c++ written themes.

  • NOTE 3 This is a lot of qss so be sure of a performance hit.

  • NOTE 4 Triggers all other kinds of nastiness you could possibly imagine.


  • Have phun!, that's why it's here!

    //Robert




    Changelog:

    13.07

    Let's see what I remember, new tabs,
    scrollbars, sliders... just check the
    scrots.




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     wow

     
     by marcotangaro on: Jun 13 2010
     
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    very very good style...
    are you planning to release it?


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     Re: wow

     
     by TheRob on: Jun 13 2010
     
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    Thx!

    No, I don't think so, includes some very
    nasty workarounds that trigger undesired
    behaviour :)


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     Re: Re: wow

     
     by SimplyTheFrankie on: Jun 17 2010
     
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    Why copy/inspired mac style? :)


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     Re: Re: Re: wow

     
     by TheRob on: Jun 17 2010
     
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    If this wasnt bold enough in the description
    then here it is for you: Just for fun!

    //Robert


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     Re: wow

     
     by TheRob on: Jun 14 2010
     
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    Hmmm, it seems I have managed to work around
    the nastiest workarounds so I might
    actually release some of the code used :)

    Still tho, this is not an implementation,
    nor is it usable, its simply a suggestion.

    If you want a implementation to have
    dolphin look like this for real, you need
    to talk to peter :)

    //Robert


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     =]

     
     by Izo on: Jun 14 2010
     
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    Still looks pretty sweet though, man. =]

    /izo\


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     Re: =]

     
     by TheRob on: Jun 14 2010
     
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    Thx man! you are always too kind with your
    words man, why not something like:

    "that the best you can do?, my mother knows
    qss better than that!"

    Anyways, I figured I wouldn't use any
    pixmaps, but I uploaded a third shot
    where the "statusbar" is made with a
    pixmap (only way to have gradient there).

    //Robert


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     Re: Re: =]

     
     by Izo on: Jun 14 2010
     
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    Heh, I sing highly of your praises because you're GOOD, one of THE best KDE4.x modders out there and GODDAMN ROB STOP BEING SO FUCKING EMO AND START SUBMITTING SHIT.

    But seriously, you're pushing the boundaries of KDE4.x modding. NO-ONE else is doing what you are.

    You can use pixmaps in QSS?

    /izo\


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     Re: Re: Re: =]

     
     by TheRob on: Jun 14 2010
     
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    Haha youre funny man :D

    Yeah, If I have a version that will work
    up to the standards of the "normal" users
    then I'll submit for sure, before that
    I'll just need a few testers to see if
    it actually looks the same on somebody
    elses comp.

    Yeah ofc you can use pixmaps with qss...
    ...its pretty much the same as css, in
    principle I could create a whole theme
    with qss on the same principle that gtkrc :)...
    ...that I have a pixmap for a button,
    scrollbar etc.

    //Robert


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     :-)

     
     by Atermoon on: Jun 14 2010
     
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    Shit man this is just gorgeous! I'll have to take a serious look at qss.
    Are these scrollbars system-wide or just for Dolphin?


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     Re: :-)

     
     by TheRob on: Jun 14 2010
     
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    Thx! yeah qss is not getting the attention
    it definitively deserves!

    Scrollbars are just dolphin because I
    have only applied the stylesheet to
    dolphin. I could very easily apply the
    stylesheet to any app tho.

    Have phun with qss!

    //Robert


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     Re: Re: :-)

     
     by Atermoon on: Jun 14 2010
     
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    Well, judging by most of your uploads it definitely deserves more attention :-)


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     Re: Re: Re: :-)

     
     by TheRob on: Jun 14 2010
     
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    Hehe thx :) tho I only use it to fix
    minor things mostly, this one is just
    for fun. If I want something changed
    properly, I ask Thomas.

    The bad thing about qss is that it is
    slower than c++ written themes, hence
    I only fix minor stuff with it :)

    //Robert


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     =]

     
     by Izo on: Jun 16 2010
     
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    That, sir, is a seriously fantastic update.

    /izo\


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     Re: =]

     
     by TheRob on: Jun 17 2010
     
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    Hehe, about as useful as a tractor at the
    bottom of a lake... but its tons of fun!
    ...at least for me ;-)

    Thx!

    //Robert


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     Wow

     
     by Atermoon on: Jun 17 2010
     
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    The second shot is as sexy as it gets!


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     Re: Wow

     
     by TheRob on: Jun 17 2010
     
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    Thx man! well it's cool to use the
    finder bg's in dolphin indeed, I dunno
    why this feature isnt available as default
    in dolphin tho, it is in nautilus ;-) and
    dolphin can't possible be outdone by
    something as bad as nautilus in any way.

    //Robert


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     Re: Re: Wow

     
     by Atermoon on: Jun 18 2010
     
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    Lol yeah, damn nautilus... The elementary guys did a good job modding it but it still feels somehow annoying. Gotta file a bug report for the background thingy in Dolphin if there isn't one already. If we're lucky enough it might get included but for some reason I doubt it.

    I'm leaving for 3 weeks so I'm not gonna be able to test this one. I bet I'm gonna be pleasantly surprised by your progress when I come back :D

    Have fun!


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     Re: Re: Re: Wow

     
     by TheRob on: Jun 18 2010
     
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    They indeed did! I tried not too long ago
    and was pleasantly suprised by the "looks"
    of it. However, it still felt too "gnomey"
    despite having tried "all" the breadcrumb
    themes available.

    Yeah let's hope this veryvery useful feature
    will make it to dolphin one day ;-)

    Yeah you have fun too wherever your going!

    //Robert


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     i like it

     
     by Doofb43r on: Jun 17 2010
     
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    can you help me?

    why this doesn't fits with rekonq:
    (with every other app it fits)

    QScrollBar:vertical {
    width: 19px;
    margin: 4px 4px 30px 4px;
    /* background: qlineargradient(x1:0, y1:0, x2:1, y2:0, stop:0 #999999 ,stop:1 #bbbbbb); */
    background: rgba(0,0,0,40);
    border-radius: 5px;
    border: 1px solid;
    border-color: rgba(0,0,0,40);
    }

    QScrollBar:vertical:hover {
    background: rgba(0,0,0,60);
    }


    QScrollBar::handle:vertical {
    /* background: qlineargradient(x1:0, y1:0, x2:1, y2:0, stop:0 rgba(255,255,255,255),stop:1 rgba(220,220,220,255)); */
    background: rgba(255,255,255,180);
    border-radius: 4px;
    min-height: 20px;
    }

    QScrollBar::handle:vertical:hover {
    background: #ffffff;
    }

    QScrollBar::add-line:vertical {
    border: none;
    height: 20px;
    subcontrol-position: bottom;
    subcontrol-origin: margin;
    bottom: 0px;
    left: 2px;
    }

    QScrollBar::sub-line:vertical {
    border: none;
    height: 20px;
    subcontrol-position: left bottom;
    subcontrol-origin: margin;
    bottom: 10px;
    left: 2px;
    }

    QScrollBar:up-arrow:vertical{
    background: rgba(255,255,255,180);
    border: 1px solid;
    border-color: rgba(0,0,0,40);
    height: 2px;
    width: 4px;
    border-top-right-radius: 3px;
    border-top-left-radius: 3px;
    padding: 0px;
    margin-right: 0px;
    }

    QScrollBar:up-arrow:vertical:hover{
    background: #bbbbbb;
    }

    QScrollBar::down-arrow:vertical {
    background: rgba(255,255,255,180);
    border: 1px solid;
    border-color: rgba(0,0,0,40);
    height: 2px;
    width: 4px;
    border-bottom-right-radius: 3px;
    border-bottom-left-radius: 3px;
    padding: 0px;
    margin-right: 0px;
    }

    QScrollBar::down-arrow:vertical:hover {
    background: #bbbbbb;
    }

    QScrollBar::add-page:vertical, QScrollBar::sub-page:vertical {
    background: transparent;
    }


    great work btw!


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     Re: i like it

     
     by thomas12777 on: Jun 17 2010
     
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    rekonq uses ebkit and webkit renders the scrollbars itself - it's using the style, but the scrollbars are no QScrollBar widgets.

    The widget would be QWebView, but this is the entire webpage + the scrollbars and i've no idea whether you can render the scrollbars using qss independently.


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     Re: Re: i like it

     
     by Doofb43r on: Jun 17 2010
     
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    oke thats bad. is it possible to integrate this "qss" to bespin?


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     Re: Re: Re: i like it

     
     by thomas12777 on: Jun 17 2010
     
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    no, sorry.
    inframe scrollbars trigger all sorts of problems (it's slow, prevents easy using with max'd windows and and also there's no guarantee for a usable background) - so it's rather no good for a general solution and styling certain applications is not in scope


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     Re: Re: i like it

     
     by Doofb43r on: Jun 17 2010
     
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    oke thats bad. is it possible to integrate this "qss" to bespin?


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