Redhat9 Cursor Slackware

Cursors by maarizwan 9 comments

You can see the copy cursor when you drag in nautilus (perhaps other apps as well) with the control key pressed. Move cursor when shift key pressed, link when shift+control pressed and ask when alt pressed. The forbidden cursor you'll see when drag-and-dropping somewhere inappropriate. Bluecurve theme doesn't come with suitable cursors for link and forbidden.

You seem to have other minor faults as well. The drag-and-drop "forbidden" cursor should be the one named "crossed_circle", but your crossed circle is not a crossed circle, it's a cross!

This makes me wonder how you constructed these themes, so I did it myself as clean as possible. I downloaded RPMs of the themes, and used a script to add the move and copy cursors and create correct links. I uploaded the cursor themes to Check for comparison and check the "link-cursors" shell script. I might post the inversed cursors at this site later on. - May 11 2005
Redhat9 Cursor Slackware

Cursors by maarizwan 9 comments

move: 4498f0e0c1937ffe01fd06f973665830

Other drag-and-drop cursor codes:
copy: 6407b0e94181790501fd1e167b474872
link: 640fb0e74195791501fd1ed57b41487f
forbidden: 03b6e0fcb3499374a867c041f52298f0

I couldn't find a code for the "ask" cursor I mentioned.

If the selection is what's in your screenshot, I'd just use "left_ptr" for move and the current "move" for copy. - May 09 2005
Pantene Girl

Wallpaper Other by eyal 1 comment

is that girl from a herbal essence ad? LOL - May 08 2005
Redhat9 Cursor Slackware

Cursors by maarizwan 9 comments

It seems the move, copy, link and ask cursors are not right. When drag-and-dropping for example in nautilus with shift, control or alt keys pressed one should get different cursors.

Now I just get a green plus sign for move (the cursor named "move" in the screenshot). That plus sign always confuses me, because I would assosiate plus sign with copying rather than moving. Copy, link and ask cursors I don't get from this theme at all. - May 07 2005
Liquid Weather ++

Karamba & Superkaramba by Matti 1797 comments

Hi guys, anyone who could share his liquid_weather.rc file with me? I've done a clean install, and now the file is almost empty, the famous animstyle= line has gone completely, if I add it and fill in '0', it doesn't work... So now I'm desperately looking :)

This happened after a clean install, and also on my previous installation it didn't work. So it's not due to my SuSE 9.2. I've installed Superkaramba 0.36 as soon as the OS install was completed. - May 06 2005
Tiblit for debian

KDE 3.5 Themes by salahuddin66 4 comments

Hi, nice work here.

Could you tell me where can I get your wallpaper? Thanks in advance. - May 03 2005
Baghira SuSE 9.x RPM

KDE 3.5 Themes by Massive 154 comments

Hi, just wanted to let you know i love this theme :) and that's it's so great it's rpm-ed :p. Keep up the good work! - Apr 15 2005

Various Stuff by oisch 76 comments

I disabled the option "Passive Screenshots" in the preferences however there is still a delay in the actual screenshot once I enable Kompose with a hot corner. Just to clarify I'm not talking about how long it takes for the Kompose screen to appear. Do I need to have a library installed to have proper functionality? - Apr 04 2005

Karamba & Superkaramba by caspian 162 comments

use kxdocker or ksmoothdock instead for real functionality - Apr 04 2005

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by dralgebra 175 comments

You are already using open-gl. Then you should take a look to this videos. You could get some ideas: - Mar 28 2005

GTK2 Themes by Remenic 251 comments

I appreciate your explaining the reason behind its implementation but perhaps the animation could be done in a more subtle way? For instance a horizontal gradient animation on the progressbar instead of the stripes?

(Not trying to belittle your work, just throwing ideas around) - Mar 15 2005

GTK2 Themes by Remenic 251 comments

Oops- I apologize for sounding so coarse. I wrote that in a playful sense but it did not come off that way.

I have nothing but the greatest respect for programmers who share their time and talent with the free software world so I would never want to come off sounding rude or unappreciative. The Clearlooks developers have contributed something *great* to the community and how they choose to use their time should be entirely up to them.

However, as a user who still does not have polished coding skills, all that I can contribute to your project would be bug reports or usability feedback. I have not found any bugs so I'm offering the latter: I think that Clearlooks has amazing potential but at the same time I cannot help being put off by the striped progress bars. - Mar 13 2005

GTK2 Themes by Remenic 251 comments

Please please remove the stripes- on the tabs and on the progress bar. Both are uncalled for and ruin the sleekness of Clearlooks. - Mar 10 2005

Wallpapers Gnome by mkk 1 comment

Thank you so much for this wallpaper! It is the perfect compliment to the Clearlooks-DeepSky GTK+ theme and the Clearlooks Metacity theme! The three were made for each other ;) - Mar 09 2005
Portugal Beach

GDM Themes by peekpt 5 comments

This picture is beautiful!! Is there any chance you could put the login text entry box in the center of the screen? It feels more natural to me to see it in the middle. Thanks! :) - Mar 09 2005

GTK2 Themes by Remenic 251 comments

Clearlooks v0.3 is the most polished and stunning GTK+ theme that I've ever seen. Kudos to the developers! However, I recently installed v0.4 and like the other posters I was very disappointed with some of the alterations. The striped progress bar looks very out of place and contradicts the otherwise clean appearance of the theme. I also find the stripe on an active tab distracting as well. The color on the stripe is loud and draws too much attention to itself--it's distracting.

I urge the developers to *please* consider reverting to the v0.3 look or at least offering this option when running ./configure

Thanks - Mar 09 2005

Dolphin Service Menus by elchile 13 comments

Nearly two weeks gone, any news? A beta-version? - Feb 15 2005