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   0.9.4 && 0.9.5b  

KDE Improvement

Score 89%



Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  40365
Submitted:  Feb 4 2008
Updated:  Oct 22 2010


This app give you ability to change appearance of GTK applications in KDE4. For this purpose you may use GTK stuff, or your current KDE stuff: widget styles, icons and fonts. GTK-KDE4 can help you unify Qt and GTK+ apps appearance. More info and installation instructions can be found in Readme files inside archives.


Fixed Spanish, German, Italian translations
Added Polish language
"Use current KDE style" inserted to styles pulldown menu

Totally remaked app => it looks better
Added Chinese translation
Strange window don't appear after applying

Fixed tabs
Added arrows

Fixed fonts
Qt4 theme installing was automatized
Fixed trouble with appearance of apps started by root (instruction in readme)

Now gtk-kde4 have the daemon. It changes GTK themes in runtime,it means you haven't to press "Apply" after every time you change KDE theme.

Some code cleaning and appearance fixes
Daemon seems to be fixed
Apps running by sudo started using your current style

Partial ability to use KDE icons
Fix of Check boxes and Radio buttons appearance

Added ability to use current KDE font
Fixed main colors. Added colorizing of tooltips
Added Brazilian Portuguese translation

Daemon is now invisible
Many code cleanings and bugfixes

Fixes of Spinboxes, LineEdits, different frames, Tabs, Toolbuttons appearances
Added ability to change Menu and Menubar colors for tricky themes like Bespin
Moved to KDE translations system using *.po files
Button for applying settings for superuser
New icon (btw app is now placed in "Lost and Found" in systemsettings)


And now it would be great to hear usablity advices, bugs reports and translations from you. Thank you all in advance.
And yeah, no binary and *.deb packages for now, because it somewhat testing release.

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 by Apoclypse on: Sep 26 2008
Score 50%

As i see people sometimes don't understand some things in this app. I want to explain:
1. gtk-engines-pixmap:
When it was version 0.6 some users was unable to make app working. And they found necessary to install pixmap engine for gtk+ themes. They advised me to include gtk-engines-pixmap && gtk-engines-pixbuf in dependencies. And i did. But now i don't really know is it necessary for fine work or not(i know that in Ubuntu this package is unnecessary). If I'll know full info I will left or erase this dependency.
2. Checkbox "Apply KDE colors to GTK apps":
This checkbox would become Disabled if you choose "Current KDE style".It occurs, because style without colors would be ugly, am i right? In earlier versions checkbox became disabled and checked, but know I unable to do that, because of my curved hands. :)

Now i want to say: "Questions and Suggestions are welcome", So, if you have some, ask me here without fear. :)

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 Re: Humanizations

 by sk8glad on: Oct 21 2008
Score 50%

Thanks for your app. It works really well with firefox, but openoffice and gimp don't seem to be affected by it. Also, the compilation fails on opensuse. Nothing seems to happen when I run make. But the binaries work.

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 Re: Re: Humanizations

 by Apoclypse on: Nov 1 2008
Score 50%

//gimp and OpenOffice.org
Try to create symlink to gtkrc. You can find instruction in readme file.

Look through depedencies in readme file


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 Re: Humanizations

 by anupamsr on: Nov 4 2008
Score 50%

Hi! Thanks for this application, I was really missing it.

I have several things to say:

1) gtk-engines-pixmap was not needed on Gentoo.
2) You could add 2 options instead of one:
* Use current KDE wiget style and color scheme
* Use following widget style:
[ ] Apply KDE color scheme to GTK applications

A couple of problems:
1) Text area in gtk applications is not white, but gray. (Using default oxygen color scheme)
2) Horizontal scrollbars don't work.

I get these warnings when running a gtk application:

(This one is probably quite expected)
Gtk-WARNING **: Theme directory scalable/animations/small/22x22 of theme oxygen has no size field

WARNING **: Invalid borders specified for theme pixmap:
borders don't fit within the image

WARNING **: invalid source position for horizontal gradient

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 huge separators in menus

 by Benoa on: Dec 7 2008
Score 50%

hi! your work is excellent but i still have a problem in menus: the gtk separators are huge (more than 20px high)
and the border of those menus are quite deformed according to the size of the menu

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 Love it!

 by MoonBlossom on: Dec 13 2008
Score 50%

I really like your app more than the one that comes by default with Kubuntu. Thank you so much for making it ^^

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 by cypherpunk on: Dec 20 2008
Score 50%

Hey! First off; great program, works so much better than the default qt-gtk-engine for KDE4 in Kubuntu.

Anyway, I encountered this bug using KDE 4.2 Beta 2 and and Mplayer plugin at full screen. Here's a screencap:


The area around the video should be black, as it usually is without the Qt-KDE4 running.

Also, a package for the most recent version for Intrepid would be awesome, since I'm using the beta package from the Inprepid repos right now.

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 Great, but..

 by SteveMcQwark on: Dec 29 2008
Score 50%

Any way of fixing the gray text boxes? And the bottom scroll bar is out of alignment and has a hole in it (everywhere except the ends). Other than that, its great, except: is there any way for the menu corners not to look chewed? That last one is just being picky, but the gray text boxes is a real problem. Sure looks better than the gtk default (win95 like) look.

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 Problems with gnome

 by LucaWin on: Jan 4 2009
Score 50%

Hello, i have kde4 installed via svn in /opt/kde4 and i have installed your program. On kde4 everything is ok, but when i switch in gnome i can only use the theme i've selected in kde4 for the gnome-apps. I'm sorry if i'm not clear, but i am italian. So everytime i want to change my GNOME theme i have to go in kde4 and change the theme in your app, wich is pretty absurd...Obviously i use the same user for gnome and kde4 (which, i know, is not completely right). What do you think about it? Where am i wrong? Maybe there's a gnome config file that i have to edit...I don't know...Thank you very much

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