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Chakra Gtk Config - KCM

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Chakra Gtk Config - KCM
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Chakra Gtk Config - KCM
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Chakra Gtk Config - KCM
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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  1185
Submitted:  Jan 16 2011
Updated:  Dec 20 2011

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This project as been moved to KDE.

https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/base/kde-gtk-config




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 Very cool and rather efficient

 
 by Nemmeth on: Jan 21 2011
 
Score 63%

Running on PClinuxOS 2010, KDE edition, I've been looking for something like this to unite and standardize my whole appearance within the desktop.
Still these gnome apps tend to glue to their own gnome icons (at least partially), however your app, adding a new tab to the Control Center is obviously a Plus.
Thanx a lot.


Nemmeth, a cool guy :)
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 ebuild for Gentoo Linux

 
 by k4misiek on: Feb 4 2011
 
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ebuild for Gentoo Linux:
http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=353672

To get it working create symlink:
$ ln -s .gtkrc-2.0 .gtkrc-2.0-kde4


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 Re: ebuild for Gentoo Linux

 
 by chakra-project on: Feb 4 2011
 
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The symlink it's now created on apply the settings, i hope this fix your issue.


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 Thanks

 
 by marcaemus on: Apr 3 2011
 
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Exceptionally useful. Works fine in LFS.
Voted up.


... when all the worlds collide.
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 KDE 3 Config ?

 
 by DDZ on: Apr 7 2011
 
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Nice idea this app !
Do you plain to make the same to set KDE 3 Themes settings ?


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 Re: KDE 3 Config ?

 
 by manutortosa on: Apr 7 2011
 
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Well, this KCM as been developed by the Chakra coders, in our distro we don't provide KDE3 apps nor packages so does not make much sense put our efforts on this.


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 Re: Re: KDE 3 Config ?

 
 by DDZ on: Apr 8 2011
 
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Thank you anyway !


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 Lovely!

 
 by adomas187 on: May 7 2011
 
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Thank you for this nice app! Works like a charm on Gentoo :)


Keep it Simple, Stupid
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 Sub-optimal font configuration

 
 by realnc on: May 13 2011
 
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I'm using this after kcm_gtk which I was using before got abandoned. It works just as well, except for one thing though: the font configuration was better in kcm_gtk. It had a checkbox that said "Use my KDE fonts in Gtk applications". That way, I didn't have to configure the font twice, one for KDE, one for Gtk, or forget to change the Gtk font whenever making changes to the KDE one. Both were linked.


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 Re: Sub-optimal font configuration

 
 by chakra-project on: May 14 2011
 
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The KCM you are talking about was part of the gtk-qt engine, which is being deprecated by the awesome Oxygen-Gtk engine developed by the Oxygen team.

The approach of this KCM is different, does not relies in the Gtk-Qt engine at all, in fact can be used without actually having installed Gtk2 in your system or even with a Qt installed without support for Gtk themes as Chakra-Gtk-Config is just a GUI for the Gtk config files.

In case you are using the Oxygen-Gtk engine, the fonts are automatically set by the engine according your KDE settings.

The font family selection is some we added for possible themes without this support and in fact i don't think your request is possible without using the Gtk-Qt engine which is not the target of this KCM, as instead of use Qt for draw Gtk GUIs, we are using real Gtk engines.

In fact the "main" feature of this KCM is the Gtk freeness, it is written from scratch in Qt/KDE and does not use Gtk at all, that's why we cannot add engines preview, in case you know a Gtk tweak we can add for this functionality we are open for patches.


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