Vistesque-Mod for Lipstik

Various KDE 1.-4. Styles

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There were many requests that someone should port roberTO's great gtk-theme VistaBut (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=32227) to KDE... so, here it is!

Well, it's not a standalone theme but a mod for Lipstik.

Instructions on how to install are included in the package.

Credit goes to roberTO21 and PaT!
Last changelog:

14 years ago

0.2:
Custom Colored Menubar is possible now!
Fixed that underlining-bug... hopefully. If it still occurs please drop a comment.
Included Kbfx-Skin and Kickerbg

0.1b:
Thanks to loki (Pascal Bleser) the mod can be enabeld through the lipstik configuration dialogue

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bonafide

14 years ago

thanks. I hope the readme-file in this release is easier to understand.

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Freddan80

14 years ago

Plx tell me how you changed the size of the icons in konquerors toolbar?, I'm unable to find that option. /// Freddan

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Freddan80

14 years ago

Paulus: Thanks but I already tried that and how the h**l did you know I was a fellow (K)ubuntu guy :).

Zammi: Thanks dude, I see that you are trying something else to, I know you are a hardcore Baghira guy otherwise, like myself btw :).

Superstoned: I already knew that, just didn't know how to change the iconsize for the toolbar, I have never done that before. /// Freddan

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zammi

14 years ago

Right click on the toolbar...you'll get a popup menu for this

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Superstoned

14 years ago

and get used to that ;-)

its the way KDE works: if you want to configure anything, click it with your right mousebutton. its very unlikely you can't change it...

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Paulus

14 years ago

hello, fellow ubuntu user... I believe it's under appearance setting>icons>advanced, then see toolbar icon sizes... a bit of a silly place but there it is!

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urke

14 years ago

I wish to know how to made KDE panel "skineable" as is on screenshots? How you made launcher icons and clock and system tray area "transparent" or skinned with that gradient?
I have KDE 3.4.2 on Slackware 10.2 current and I wish all to look like on that screens :)

TIA

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urke

14 years ago

OK, forgot I ask this, I just restarted KDE and all goes OK.

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neofreko

14 years ago

Say, I've enabled Vistesque .. but I still don't have that dark menubar as shown on your screenshot. Did I miss something?

Also, no Polymer look (shiny tab/menu)

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neofreko

14 years ago

I take my word back. What I need to do was launching a new app. it seems that the setting will affect new launched app only.

Nice work, btw :)

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jackux

14 years ago

is it a kbfx botton ?
where did you get it ?
It looks great.

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bonafide

14 years ago

yes, kbfx... will be included in the next version

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occce

14 years ago

hopefully soon... cause i want it too..... :)

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peppelorum

14 years ago

I've made a package for Debian Sid/unstable (KDE 3.5) with the patch for the runtime configuration.

Get it at http://peppesbodega.nu/gallery/Debian%20Packages/KDE/Widget%20styles
Just remember to uninstall your other lipstik-package.

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MMax

14 years ago

can someone make please an ebuild!

thank you! ;)

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EliasP

14 years ago

Hi
I've made an Gentoo ebuild for Lipstik-2.1 including the Vistesque-Patch.

Download it at:
http://rivendell.homelinux.org/~elias/portage/lipstik-2.1.ebuild

If you don't know how to handle "external" ebuilds in portage, have a look at this HowTo:
http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Installing_3rd_Party_Ebuilds

Greetings

Elias P.

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MMax

14 years ago

it works thanks! One question: is there a short howto, how to make third party ebuilds?

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HermanR

14 years ago

Thanks! :-)

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angrykeyboarder

14 years ago

We heard you the first time (just two minutes prior to your second request). ;-)

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MMax

14 years ago

heh ;)

I was thinking that it was not posted.

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MMax

14 years ago

Can someone make a ebuild please! thanks ;)

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Freddan80

14 years ago

In your readme file it says to run the command, "cat lipstik-vistesque.diff | patch -p1", but you have named the .diff file only lipstik-vitesque, so it would be good to either change the name of the .diff file or make a new readme with the command changed.

Otherwise a goodlooking mod for Lipstik. /// Freddan

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angrykeyboarder

14 years ago

Hummm.

I just downloaded this and extracted it and I show a file named "lipstik-vitesque.diff" which corresponds to the file mentioned in the Readme file.

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Freddan80

14 years ago

This is copied directly from the readme file.

"Installation Instructions:
copy lipstik-vistesque.diff in your lipstik directory
cd to your lipstik directory
run "cat lipstik-vistesque.diff | patch -p1"
run "make" and "make install"
enable "enable Vistesque" in the lipstik-configuration dialogue"

The actually .diff file is named "lipstik-vitesque.diff"

I believe that the .diff file is simply named wrong, bacause the mod itself is called Vistesque. /// Freddan

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bonafide

14 years ago

thanks, I'm gonna change that

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14 years ago

0.2:
Custom Colored Menubar is possible now!
Fixed that underlining-bug... hopefully. If it still occurs please drop a comment.
Included Kbfx-Skin and Kickerbg

0.1b:
Thanks to loki (Pascal Bleser) the mod can be enabeld through the lipstik configuration dialogue

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