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Alastair Stevens
Keramik RPM (for RH + KDE 3.0.3)

KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes by alspnost 61 comments

You can actually ignore the error message, I think.
I got an error too, but everything worked with --nodeps.
But if you e-mail me:

alastair _at_ camlinux.co.uk

I'll send you the SPEC file and the source snapshot
that I used. Then you can build for any distro! - Oct 11 2002
Keramik RPM (for RH + KDE 3.0.3)

KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes by alspnost 61 comments

It's a blue-ified version of the
excellent "tuxperience" wallpaper
that I downloaded from this site
a while ago. Search in the backgrounds
section and you should find it. If
not, let me know and I'll send it
to you.... - Sep 09 2002
Keramik RPM (for RH + KDE 3.0.3)

KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes by alspnost 61 comments

It's gkrellm - nice little program.

See www.gkrellm.net or hunt around
for some RPMs out there. RH7.3 (and
probably other distros) includes
this nifty monitoring tool. - Aug 17 2002
Keramik RPM (for RH + KDE 3.0.3)

KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes by alspnost 61 comments

If I sent you the sources I used and the SPEC file,
would this help? My RPM was a bit of a hack, and I
didn't think it would work, but it did, which is why
I decided to distribute it. Looking at my build tree,
I _think_ I still have the required source extraction. - Aug 17 2002
Keramik RPM (for RH + KDE 3.0.3)

KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes by alspnost 61 comments

No, the RPM does give you the complete
Keramik style. I just realised that in the
screenshot, I'm still using "Liquid" but
with the Keramik window borders for now.

I hate to say it, but this is still my favourite
combination for drool factor. There's really
ONE thing that stops me using the full theme:

The tabs need to be "connected" to the dialog
via a tab-coloured bar running across the top,
like Liquid. Without this, the tabs just look
like they're sitting awkwardly on top of the dialog
pane, without a clean connection. - Aug 17 2002
Keramik RPM (for RH + KDE 3.0.3)

KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes by alspnost 61 comments

I didn't change the image, I just added some
colour blending:

Colour 1 = mid blue
Colour 2 = dark blue
Mode = horizontal gradient

Blending = pyramid blending 40%

Hope this makes sense - just play around I guess! - Aug 17 2002