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gtk-kde4

   0.9.4 && 0.9.5b  

KDE Improvement

Score 89%
gtk-kde4
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  40170
Submitted:  Feb 4 2008
Updated:  Oct 22 2010

Description:

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.




Changelog:

0.6.1
Fixed Spanish, German, Italian translations
Added Polish language
"Use current KDE style" inserted to styles pulldown menu

0.7
Totally remaked app => it looks better
Added Chinese translation
Strange window don't appear after applying

0.8b
Fixed tabs
Added arrows

0.8
Fixed fonts
Qt4 theme installing was automatized
Fixed trouble with appearance of apps started by root (instruction in readme)

0.9b
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.

0.9.1
Some code cleaning and appearance fixes
Daemon seems to be fixed
Apps running by sudo started using your current style

0.9.2
Partial ability to use KDE icons
Fix of Check boxes and Radio buttons appearance

0.9.3
Added ability to use current KDE font
Fixed main colors. Added colorizing of tooltips
Added Brazilian Portuguese translation

0.9.4
Daemon is now invisible
Many code cleanings and bugfixes

0.9.5b
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)

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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.




LicenseGPL
(Source code 0.9.5b (114 kb))
(Source code 0.9.4 (114 kb))
(Binary 0.9.4 (672 kb))
Ubuntu(0.9.4 package for 10.04 (653 kb))
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 Works great for me!

 
 by centuri0 on: Nov 19 2009
 
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Thanks for this!
I managed to install it on my FrugalWare and works great.
Nice job!


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 Re: Works great for me!

 
 by Apoclypse on: Nov 20 2009
 
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Stay tuned. Looking forward to new features!


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 Ubuntu package broken

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Nov 19 2009
 
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Hi I'm eager to try your package, hoping that root applications can be affected too (not with kcm-gtk, disappointing). However, the downloaded 0.9.1.1 package only has a 605.8 KB size, not 726 KB mentioned, and cannot be installed either by gdebi or by KPackageKit. Could you help confirm the package? Thanks!


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 Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by Apoclypse on: Nov 19 2009
 
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Now it seems to be fixed, try to download again. And thanks for valuable information!


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 Re: Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Nov 20 2009
 
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Hi thanks for fixing it~ Now it's installable. However I encountered "unexpected error" when installing with KPackageKit. Never mind, its Python backend is always buggy.

I managed to install your package using GDebi instead (gdebi-kde actually), and it's successfully installed (it seems to depend on a couple of PPA packages isn't it? I saw KPackageKit grabbing libqtgui or something with PPA version number). Meanwhile eventually I found that the package installed is also called "kcmgtk-kde4". I guess it's still different with the "kcmgtk" currently available within Kubuntu official repositories, am I right?

In case of conflict, should I remove "kcmgtk" from Kubuntu in order to make your gtk-kde4 work?


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 Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by Apoclypse on: Nov 20 2009
 
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kcm-gtk is not mine, it's a mix of gtk-qt-engine, QtCurve and Ubuntu Developers stuff. I'm not sure if you have to remove it, but kcm-gtk causes conflicts, which I reduced nearly successfully in installation scripts inside .deb package. So I ask you to try with kcm-gtk installed, if something wrong then try without it, and if possible write here in what way did you manage to install gtk-kde4.


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 Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Nov 20 2009
 
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All right, after removing "kcm-gtk" officially included with Kubuntu 9.10 and re-loggin into KDE, I saw a different GTK Application Style tab, and it's possible to set Gtk to use Qt style again, just like with gtk-qt-engine. After changing the settings and applying, a Window called "Changing Gtk+ Styles" pops out, but is not complete, and it seems to crash after a while. But Gtk+ styles are changed eventually. And your engine is actually doing a far better job than "kcm-gtk" and gtk-qt-engine!!! Oxygen (or Nitrogen I'm using) style is now perfectly applied to SCIM, Firefox, Nautilus, Gedit, CCSM, etc. No more glitches, and font, icon, color settings are well applied too.

Your gtk-kde4 (or "kcm-gtk-kde4" being its package name) seems not touching either .gtkrc-2.0-kde4 used by the other two packages, in my first exploration. And it looks quite successful. If it's been further proven, I'd suggest that KDE or Kubuntu should consider incorporating this package!


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 Re: Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by Apoclypse on: Nov 20 2009
 
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Thanks for the feedback. And thing that you told about window appearing after you press "Apply". How long do you see it before it quit? What processor and videoadapter do you have?


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 Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Nov 23 2009
 
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The window crashed and did not disappear, until I forced it to close (I forgot whether I used Compiz window button or KRunner to terminate it).

I'm using a Eee PC 901, with Intel Atom N270 CPU and Intel GMA 3100 video chip on board.


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 Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Nov 25 2009
 
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Please take a look at this screenshot: http://yfrog.com/31gtkkde4strangewindowp

This window appear on my machine every time gtk-kde4 daemon starts. Can it be hidden from appearing at all? My platform is Kubuntu 9.10, on Asus Eee PC 901, with Intel GMA 3100 chip mentioned above :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Nov 25 2009
 
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Sorry I forgot to provide more details. Closing that window would terminate gtk-kde4 daemon; minimizing it could hide it. I hope that it could be hidden from the very beginning though...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by Apoclypse on: Nov 25 2009
 
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It have to hide every time you start because of kstart --iconify option in autorun file. Did you put it to autorun yourself?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Nov 27 2009
 
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Hi, I haven't modified anything except installing the package itself. So is there any further hack I should take to prevent the window from appearing? Or is there any instruction I have missed? Thanks for your advice!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Nov 27 2009
 
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Oh it just occurred to me that I should find some readme in case I miss anything, so I have downloaded the binary package. I saw

6.Troubleshooting
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1.Strange window appear at startup
Just Minimize it

If this is the only workaround for the time being, then I'll follow it. Thanks :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by Apoclypse on: Nov 27 2009
 
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This don't have to happen often, I have such window appearing 1 time of nearly 10 logins. I don't really know why doest it happens. BTW you can find readme in /usr/share/doc/gtk-kde4 if installing from package. Also you may read about that file in a package description



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 Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Nov 23 2009
 
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Hehe, the updated 0.9.3 Ubuntu package is not complete for download again (what I downloaded is of only 272 KB), could you check it out? Thanks a lot :)


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 Re: Re: Ubuntu package broken

 
 by Apoclypse on: Nov 23 2009
 
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Hm, sounds like something wrong with my Dolphin, by which I usually copy files to FTP. Thanks for message, and download the fixed version!


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 Typo in symlink.sh

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Nov 28 2009
 
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Hi, I have tried symlink.sh, and found that
ln -s ~/.icons/gk4ico /root/.icons/
in the last line, seems to have to be
ln -s ~/.icons/gk4ico /root/.icons
so that the linking operation of the directory can be successful :-)


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 Re: Typo in symlink.sh

 
 by Apoclypse on: Nov 28 2009
 
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Hm, thank you I'll fix it. And thank you form help and info about your experience with my app :)


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 suse rpm

 
 by repsakkgn on: Dec 7 2009
 
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HI! is there any way to get the suse x86 rpm build?


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 Re: suse rpm

 
 by Apoclypse on: Dec 7 2009
 
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Only with your help.


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 Remove?

 
 by evilkastel on: Dec 24 2009
 
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Hi, how can i erase completely this package from my system? I used an arch package, kdemod-extragear-gtk-kde4, and not only looks terrible, (far worst than the qt engine) but upon removal, i get stuck with the style. I install the engine and change themes, but no matter what i try i am stuck with the "current theme" from your theme. And please don't feel insulted, this package works great with oxygen/nitrogen, but not with bespin. With bespin, all scrollbars are broken. Now i wnat to regain the config i had before, with gtk-qt-engine, and i must ask, what must i remove? Where are the leftover config files that keep me from using th e engine?
Thanks in advance.


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 Re: Remove?

 
 by Apoclypse on: Dec 26 2009
 
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Hello! You are right about bespin drawing with gtk-kde4 - it's rather ugly. I'll try to fix it with some great improvement, but it will be later. And about removing: you are right here too. I had to make normal removing, but I just forgot about few things. Ok, here is an instruction: remove ~/.icons/gk4ico and ~/.themes/qt4 .Then remove <kdehome>/shar
e/config/gtkrc and <kdehome>/share/config/gtkrc-2.0
<kdehome> may be found by: kde4-config --localprefix

Yeah, and thanks for criticism, i'll try to make my app better.


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 Re: Re: Remove?

 
 by evilkastel on: Dec 26 2009
 
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Thanks for the answer in short notice. And merry christmas, Hannukah or Festivus, or any winterfest you celebrate. Actually, I installed the aurora engine and must i say, looks sweet. matches my colors and looks very nice. BUt is nice to know how can i choose between your app or the qt-gtk engine. I have tremendous respect for people who develop software, and you are not the exception. Your app is quite great, tough currently doesn't look so good with bespin, is in general terms, the best gtk integration i have seen so far. The only thing i can add... for my taste, icons look a little too big. And i dont know why, my gtk apps don't use the icons in my icontheme/apps. Not quite sure it has much to do with your app, but in any case, keep up the good work.


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 Dark themes and colors

 
 by molecule-eye on: Jan 24 2010
 
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How did you get a screenshot where the GTK+ theme used your system colors? I'm using the color theme Obsidian Coast but the colors are not adopted by GTK applications when using your theme.


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