Baghira

KDE 3.5 Themes by thomas12777 1262 comments

Ok, Here is my contribution.. :)

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=13147

U might get some pix of use from this theme.
Plus the background is darker and shinier in appearence and the buttons are all sharpe edged....which, methinks, looks rather more compact than the original apple themes
anyway take a look :) - Jun 06 2004
Baghira

KDE 3.5 Themes by thomas12777 1262 comments

Ok, Here is my contribution.. :)

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=13147

U might get some pix of use from this theme.
Plus the background is darker and shinier in appearence and the buttons are all sharpe edged....which, methinks, looks rather more compact than the original apple themes
anyway take a look :) - Jun 06 2004
Kuake

System Software by epoch 14 comments

hey, I've just installed this brilliant app, but I'm wondering how I can get it to load on startup.

Usually my sessions are restored, but kuake isn't restored with my other programs (JuK, etc).

I've tried writing a shellscript and putting it in $HOME/.kde/Autostart (which is how I start xscreensaver, for example) but it doesnt work.

Does anyone else have any ideas? - May 29 2004
KSmoothDock

Various Plasma 5 Improvements by dangvd 703 comments

It looks nice, couldn't it be merged into kicker ? - May 24 2004
kdvdbackup

Utilities by nickprotopapas 31 comments

I think as DVDBackup is only for ripping the DVD-Video content to Harddisk it?s nice to have it as a standalone program.

As a DVD-copy Plugin for K3B it would be nice to integrate lxdvdrip in K3B.
So it would be also possible to make DVD9-to-DVD5 copies with K3B.

What do you think about that?

Here is a link to the lxdvdrip Project:
http://openfacts.berlios.de/index-en.phtml?title=lxdvdrip - May 17 2004
KMLDonkey

Network by sebsauer 39 comments

You must install MLDonkey before installing KMLDonkey. That's what was going wrong with my KMLDonkey. The MLDonkey is who connects to the core.
See you if it works. Wonder i help you two. - May 17 2004
Plastik for Firefox

Various KDE 1.-4. Styles by djworld 167 comments

Really nice theme, just one thing. When I try to install it on Firefix 0.8 it just crashes. The only error message I get is "segmentation fault". Have tried both with Debians firefox and "the original". - May 15 2004
New Sparkling Icons

Icon Sub-Sets by zimmi 10 comments

thanks! - May 08 2004
Flying penguins

Wallpaper Other by nisse 15 comments

i have done around 60% on the 1600x1200
the problem is that i tweaked the pics quite much so i can't simply cut and paste in extensions

the sky pic is the simplest since i can just delete the modified and recoulor a bigger version (both pics are originaly in daylight for example hehe)

but with the penguins it is a bit more painfull since i edited out sevral penguins and moved one, to have a more effectfull layout, less clutered etc

so i have to do some guess work, like where did i put the extra lighting, colours used etc :( - May 04 2004
Inspired2

Wallpaper Other by th.cherouny 5 comments

Hey Emon, whats the problem for you!
You have taken your inspiration for your wallpapers http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=10912
direktly from this Xp site, or not?
http://www.themexp.org/search.php?view=date&mode=simple&string=JairoB+&op=auth&search_themexp=Search&search_themexp=Search
I am SuSE user and i like that Style!


Sorry for my english! - Apr 28 2004
Set as Wallpaper : Servicemenu

Dolphin Service Menus by valerie 9 comments

to be a servicemenu which will be distributed by default with KDE.

Fab - Apr 19 2004
Edit as Root

Dolphin Service Menus by gammaknife 44 comments

There is a lot wrong with it. First, if you are editing a file somewhere deep in the filesystem and you don't have the path memorized, you have to copy and paste it. Second, 90% of KDE users don't know that kdesu exists. Third, it is odd to enter commands in a GUI. Forth, "run command" is more for doing odd one-time proceedures, not routine tasks. Fifth, your logic could be used to say that you don't even need "Run Command..." after all, you could just open a Konsole. - Apr 18 2004
KSmoothDock

Various Plasma 5 Improvements by dangvd 703 comments

Thanks,
We'll add them to our task list.

Next time if you request a new feature, could you please use the Feature Request form of our project in Sourceforge?

https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=add&group_id=83232&atid=568785

Thank you very much,
Viet - Apr 13 2004
IRCD Statistics

Karamba & Superkaramba by whitewolf 3 comments

your download threw me way off while I am at work. Geez man. - Mar 26 2004
beauty has a name. KDE lime

Wallpapers KDE Plasma by Emon 6 comments

I've been looking for a nice looking green wallpaper for a while now :), and my current one is:

http://kde-look.org/content/files/9474-suse_a.png

I guess I found a new winner that is less saturated, softer to look at and best of all, still looks great :) - Feb 21 2004
Hackers film like gui

Karamba & Superkaramba by Shift88it 9 comments

first of all thanks a lot to everybody for voting me!!! i'm pleasured you like it!!!!

for the animations i'm working up... now i have made a clock and a battery monitor i'll post it immediately!!
:D - Feb 09 2004
Slackware XP2

KDE Plasma Screenshots by ftz 18 comments

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=8070 - Jan 13 2004
6,760 Fonts

Fonts by SeanParsons 62 comments

whoops

http://spoonware.org/getit.perl - Jan 11 2004
KDE Bluetooth Framework

Network by uddw 16 comments

Is this in the KDE CVS yet, and if not, why not? This would be a really amazing addition to KDE 3.3. - Jan 07 2004
Baghira

KDE 3.5 Themes by thomas12777 1262 comments

- how exactly do you get the desktop to crash?
- can you again make a nice menutest to show what you mean?
- shadows are not accurate - but fast (direct register access -> worry about you said the desktop crashed as i couldn't create such effect), eg. real dropshadows would also draw a bright dark area on the counterside.
but providing straight top lights is also possible (but hey: this was my first try for the doublebuffered shadows - so polishment will follow... ;-)
- I DO NOT LIKE M$ STYLE!!! ;-)
- shadows on button texts are easy - but not very nice (as you'd write just in a brighter color.) liquid had them, but i removed them, as this way, text sometimes ran out of the button area.
- just changes the progress bar... i know, i should improve the dialog... (i'll probably make a new one for kde 3.2) - Dec 10 2003
Outline

Icon Sub-Sets by everaldo 10 comments

I really love these icons they are superb, I actually preferer Outline over Crystal.

Excelente trabalho Everaldo !! - Dec 04 2003
Not stolen!

Wallpaper Other by Maui15 24 comments

How exactly did you copyright your images? Just putting "Copyrighted by " doesn't mean its legally copyrighted. I'm not saying its moral or ethical to take/use other peoples work, but people who do this so-called 'digital artwork' who then slap copyright notices all over their images/web sites don't actually have legal recourse.

On top of that, using copyrighted work without permission is NOT theft. There is a legal distinction between theft and copyright violation. The only legal recourse you have, provided you actually have a valid copyright, is to sue to get someone to stop using it and/or for the direct damages caused to you by them using it. Of which, I highly doubt there has been any.

In short: Quit you whining and don't bother slapping fake copyright notices on your images.

Good day. ^_^ - Nov 30 2003
Baghira SuSE 9.x RPM

KDE 3.5 Themes by Massive 154 comments

First, I know what you meen, but I am not the creator of this theme.
I'm only repack it into a RPM file.

If you have any ideas or questions please visit:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=8692

That's the original creator of Baghira. In other words: He is the master of Baghira! :) - Nov 23 2003
osXBar

Karamba & Superkaramba by stefano 169 comments

Compile superkaramba, get from:
examples/globalMouse/
xcursor.so
and copy to osXBar-1.0 directory - Nov 22 2003
Baghira

KDE 3.5 Themes by thomas12777 1262 comments

Yeah - sorry, I'm a real picky b*****d!!!

As to the tab height thing - yeah, you should move the un-selected tabs 1 (or 2 if you prefer) pixels lower. You *can* also get the text to move. I think it may be one of the Qt style properties - look at http://doc.trolltech.com/3.2/qstyle.html. I *know* this can be done - I made some changes to liquid a while ago, and thiswas one of th changes.

Another change I did, which you might consider was using the pixmap you seem to be using for combos as the pixmap for highlighted/slected buttons.

As for the radio pixmaps - I'll try to see if I have an old version lying around.

And I run at 1024x768 on a laptop - so its easier to spot missing pixels, etc. - Nov 05 2003
New MacOSX Bar

Karamba & Superkaramba by virusbye 30 comments

Download now is working! - Oct 28 2003
Memaid

Karamba & Superkaramba by pbienst 10 comments

RedHat 9

When I run make, I get this:
...
Generating wrappers for Python
memaid_core.i : Line 274. Variable length arguments not supported (ignored).
memaid_core.i : Line 274. Unable to use type as a function argument.
memaid_core.i : Line 280. Variable length arguments not supported (ignored).
memaid_core.i : Line 280. Unable to use type as a function argument.
make[1]: *** [python] Error 2 - Oct 22 2003
SuSE 8.1 Bootsplash Green Spinner

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by flamy 6 comments

fixed now! download all you like! - Sep 27 2003
Noia for KDE 1.00

Icon Sub-Sets by Carlitus 258 comments

Hi, Carlitus!!!

I just noticed that is one different icon.

Please check the KCONTROL icon used when you
add the kcontrol to the kicker quick launch.

In warm, the icon is OK!

In the default (cold?), the icon is
somewhat jagged.

Can you check this please?

Your icon theme is the best! - Sep 18 2003
In Pink

KDE 3 Color Schemes by shirley-arg 4 comments

You can find the wallpaper at:

http://crazychic.deviantart.com/gallery

The wallpaper is "Riela"

By the way, credits to crazychic for her great wallpaper :-) - Sep 01 2003
Calvin and SC0

Wallpaper Other by emence 5 comments

Every time I see one of those decals on some Chevy or Ford pick-up truck on the highway I have a sudden urge to run them off the road in a fit of gene-pool-cleaning fury.

This wallpaper makes me want to do the same tenfold. Spare us. Please. - Aug 13 2003
Alloy

KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes by dbrownlees 138 comments

Sure, as soon as you post it I will take a look and try out!!!

Thanks for your effort, I hope you can get
all of this soon.

You are very helpfull! Thanks! - Jul 31 2003
ScreenShot Kurumin 1.4

KDE Plasma Screenshots by kleuber 4 comments

hey can you tell me where you got your wallpaper dude. I love stuff like that with Tux on it! - Jul 04 2003
Debian woody package of SuperKaramba

Karamba & Superkaramba by prichards 52 comments

hi guys,

Here is the package of superkaramba 0.25 for debian unstable.

http://www.freenix-server.info/~moto/download/superkaramba_0.25-1_i386.deb - May 13 2003
karamba with Easy RSS

Karamba & Superkaramba by MrChucho 12 comments

http://members.cox.net/churchillrm/my.theme
http://members.cox.net/churchillrm/rss.theme

The wallpaper of the evil Agent Smith is from the Official Matrix site :)

RMC - May 01 2003
[RedHat9/Mandrake9.1] Karamba RPM/SRPM

Karamba & Superkaramba by dcpark 57 comments

I created the package for my Mandrake 9.1 system, here it is :

http://spark.student.utwente.nl/rpm/karamba-0.17-2pdc.i586.rpm

Have fun.

Jelmer - Apr 23 2003
Crystal-Classic

Various KDE 1.-4. Styles by wjarosz 5 comments

It didn't work. Of course, Mozilla has been somewhat wonky on my system anyway. :-\ - Apr 12 2003
[RedHat9/Mandrake9.1] Karamba RPM/SRPM

Karamba & Superkaramba by dcpark 57 comments

The way to get around the libGLcore.so.1 dependecy without disabling automatic dependency checking is as follows:

1)In your ~/.rpmmacros file, you must redefine %__find_requires, but first you want to see what it is, but without evaluating it (which could emtpy variables). On Mandrake 9.1, you get this:

$ grep find_requires /usr/lib/rpm/macros
%__find_requires /usr/lib/rpm/find-requires %{?buildroot:%{buildroot}} %{?_target_cpu:%{_target_cpu}}

So, redefine %__find_requires to be something like this:

%__find_requires %(echo $HOME)/bin/find-requires-nonvidia %{?buildroot:%{buildroot}} %{?_target_cpu:%{_target_cpu}}

2)Make a script $(HOME)/bin/find-requires-nonvidia which looks like this:
$ cat bin/find-requires-nonvidia
#!/bin/bash
/usr/lib/rpm/find-requires $@|sed "s/libGLcore.so.1//g"

If there are problems here with line-wrapping, you can find an example .rpmmacros file here:
http://ranger.dnsalias.com/mandrake/configs/rpmmacros

And here is an example find-requires-nonvidia:
http://ranger.dnsalias.com/mandrake/configs/find-requires-nonvidia - Apr 09 2003
Karamba

Karamba & Superkaramba by themesKnugen 222 comments

Hi,

I haven't tried it yet, since I have a rather slow machine and I guess it takes too much performance.

Anyway... I see that all themes are written for specific resolutions. This is bad especially for Laptop Users that have to change the resolution frequently (external monitor).

What about beeing able to place several sections in a theme file that are resolutions dependent, e.g.

-----------------------------
[Resolution 1024 768]
- Apr 05 2003
Yes, at first I just redid the red (now yellow) dots in the animated pictures, but then on some cursors I also wanted to redo the look of the arrow/circle, so I've been moving the little dot around in Sodipodi, then exporting to a PNG. It doesn't take too long once I get into it :)

What must be possible, and would be very cool, would be to make a script that automatically creates all of the PNGs from a single SVG, and can modify colours/fill styles. SVGs are smply XML files, so you could in theory do it, though it's more work than I can be bothered with. It would let you just regenerate your cursors in any colour combination though :D - Mar 19 2003
Is this possible to do this in a theme?

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by ra1n 18 comments

I can't tell you for a KDE/QT-style, but basically the problems are assumptions in the underlying layers:

- X11 assumes that every application wants (exactly) rectangular windows and provides exactly that. There is a way around that (the SHAPE extension) but it complicates things a bit.
- Toolkits (like Qt) often assume that their themes all want to provide (exactly) rectangular windows and model their API to represent that (I don't know if this is true for Qt, but I assume so, 'cause I've never seen a QT/KDE-Style that doesn't use rectangular windows).

I'd say the task at hand is possible, but quite hard ('though not "extremly hard, only the ones with m4d progr4mming skillz might try!"). - Mar 19 2003
kde-beauty nr. 1

Wallpapers KDE Plasma by microware 29 comments

I wouldn't mind much if I saw men either. So long as the images aren't breaking any laws that nations tend to have on advertising (so no total nudes) I don't see any problem with it. If you're such a prude that you don't want to see semi-naked people, then just don't click on it.

There is of course a side issue, which is how much content should KDE-Look take on? Should it be a place for the highest quality KDE eye candy, or should it be a repository for everybody's KDE eye candy? Personally, so long as we have ratings, I don't mind the way it is now, but perhaps some people want more high quality KDE-centered art, and less eye candy with the KDE branding on it? - Mar 19 2003
Yers, I noticed that after I had a closer look - it is GNOME vs KDE, not just Gtk vs Qt ;)

I should release the yellow versions either this evening or tomorrow :) It's not too hard just opening the SVGs and changing the colours, and I changed the Makefile so it'll install properly :)

That's a shame about Qt cursors. I suppose arrows facing in is most intuitive, because the normal resizing ones (in GNOME) face in as well. Nevermind.

As for kill... why do I not get the reddot kill cursor? I still get the X skull and cruss bones! And I might alter that one - I like my skulls ;) - Mar 19 2003
First off, great cursor theme! I'm planning on making some different colour versions of this, and I'll post them as soon as I've finished!

Now I've found some missing cursors. First off is the kill cursor, which is completely missing from the set! Next, the symlinks for Qt/KDE seem to be messed up, because the wrong cursors are shown when resizing windows by their sides/top/bottom. In Gtk apps I get the left_side, right_side etc. cursors, but in Qt/KDE I get the h_doublearrow and v_doublearrow. That might be deliberate, but you really should keeps things standard, as it's confusing having different cursors between widget sets! - Mar 18 2003
make install does't work for me.
i do the cursors generation by hand
>cd sources
>for file in *; do if [ -d $file ]; then xcursorgen $file/${file}.conf ../cursors/${file}; fi; done
>for file in *.conf; do xcursorgen ${file} ../cursors/${file%%.conf}; done
>cd ..
>make install
that's all - Mar 15 2003
Tux Cursor!

Cursors by MasterSeven 56 comments

great !
looking forward for upcoming versions then !!!
:-)
great job you are doing !
- Mar 12 2003
Slicker for the Determined ;-]

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by illogic-al 47 comments

I'd just like to agree with Markus. I think you should be more responsible in what you write, especially when it comes to licenses. You may not care much as to what licenses your software comes under, but many do, and as Markus points out, it's a legal requirement of the GPL that you state the work is GPLed. - Mar 12 2003
Aqua OS K

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by davidsansome 139 comments

i doublechecked the debian install script that comes with the package, and everything is where it should be. i still don't know why it's not working. quite frustrating...
- Mar 12 2003
Tux Cursor!

Cursors by MasterSeven 56 comments

well.
i put the lines into .Xdefault, but i cannot see any result.
Xcursor.size: 32 only seems to resize the text-mark icon (e.g. in a terminal), but Tux just doesn't get any smaller.
What's wrong ? - Mar 11 2003
Tux Cursor!

Cursors by MasterSeven 56 comments

Because I can't get any work done. :-) It makes you want to kill processes just to see that funny tux. Or you resize windows all the times because it's just so cute.
Excellent work !!! - Mar 10 2003