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BlueShinyCursors

Cursors by dunkelstern 16 comments

That's a matter of taste :) For me a "no" and a "link" cursor have to look more eye-catching compared to the rest of the cursors. - Jan 12 2007
nuoveXT-Firefox 2.0 theme

Firefox Themes by saki 30 comments

http://spacepenguin.de/unsorted/plastik-nuoveXT-opera_preview.png

Interested? Work in progress based on PlastikOpera. - Oct 03 2006
KBFX Silk (KBFX 0.4.9.3.1)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by sirajr 613 comments

> And in control center, maybe consider to put "kbfx" option to "Desktop" subsection,

I think it very well goes with the "Appearance" group because it still *is* kicker and just changes the look of the start button and the look of the menu (if you want to). No, I wouldn't expect it and I wouldn't search for it in the "Desktop" group. I want to change look & feel so I go to the "Appearance" group. - Jul 07 2006
KBFX Silk (KBFX 0.4.9.3.1)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by sirajr 613 comments

1. Once there was a user configurable right click menu. It would be nice to have it again. Really nice would be the option to have three menus on the button: one on the right mouse button, one on the left and one on the middle button. And the user should be able to decide *if* he/she wants one, two or three menus and which menu should show on which click. I would use the default kmenu with the left mouse button, the spinx (whatever that is) menu with the middle and an own menu with the programs most important to me via the right mouse button. This way it also would be easy to compare and decide which menu is the best for my needs because a change is just a click away :)

2. Also there once was the option to configure kbfx *not* to adjust the kicker height to the button height. As it is now the kicker automatically is resized - what I don't like at all. Please re-enable that option. - Jul 07 2006
KBFX Silk (KBFX 0.4.9.3.1)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by sirajr 613 comments

Making changes work when I use the reload button after apply and save. I didn't realize there is a reload button because the icons (all three) don't mirror the meaning of the buttons and the text isn't very good readable on higher display resolutions.

But why does reload work and not logging out and in? Does kbfx really need a triple save?

And other icons and another menu font (!) - preferably the one used by all other kcontrol modules - for the configurator really would be helpful. - Jul 07 2006
KBFX Silk (KBFX 0.4.9.3.1)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by sirajr 613 comments

IMHO empty groups shouldn't be shown.

And I do expect that I can "shade" the sub groups when I double click on the sub group title to make all sub groups visible. This way it would be easier to instantly find a sub group that might otherwise be "hidden" at the end of the long scroll list. - Jul 07 2006
KBFX Silk (KBFX 0.4.9.3.1)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by sirajr 613 comments

After a long time now I gave kbfx another chance - that button thingy still is nice but that menu still is horrible...

1. Changing the configuration does not work via the kbfx configurator (tried via kcontrol and separate). Does not work in this case means: nothing changes, even if I log out and back again. Yes, I clicked on apply and I clicked on save. I tried changing the buttons but after hitting apply the fields are clear again. I tried changing from ugly menu to kmenu - no way. I tried to disable the annoying tooltip - still is there.

Dragging pictures to the button works, the menu button changes instantly.

2. The default menu itself:
- Boy, it's damn small (I use display resolutions of 1600x1200 and 1920x1600 and my kmenu (the real one) nearly goes up to the top of the screen with icons in 32x32)! It even is so small that not all application groups are visible. How do I scoll the menu without wheel? Also it would be nice to make the menu bigger just by dragging the edges and to have *all* entries in a group (and all groups!) visible without scolling (what I don't see I don't use because I forget that it is available).

- How can I make the font bigger? It is so small I cannot read anything on the buttons (and the tooltip). - Jul 07 2006
nuoveXT-Firefox 2.0 theme

Firefox Themes by saki 30 comments

I like your nouveXT icons very much but can you please make a firefox theme with bigger buttons (32x32)? For my screen resolutions of 1600x1200 (work) and 1920x1200 (home) they are much too small the way they are now :( - Jun 20 2006
Tango

Full Icon Themes by nmirthes 80 comments

I just want the icons. And I want them in png-Format in a size of 128x128. Where can I get them? I don't want to install all that stuff. Is there a simple script available that converts all the svgs to 128x128 pngs (or maybe to all sizes)?

Tried to install all this but ended up with a configure notice that it needs a simple perl module. Cannot find that via apt. Much too complicated for a simple icon set...

Can someone who managed to make the icons post them in png format? Please... - Jun 04 2006
Glaze

Icon Sub-Sets by mart 48 comments

I also downloaded the Glaze icons set from your homepage. There are two additional icons in that set: kcontrol and folder_games. Just forgotten to add in this one? BTW: http://spacepenguin.de/icons/glaze/glaze-index.html - Apr 17 2006
crystal xcursors

Cursors by mart 125 comments

It would be great to have this also in a size about 64. Like e.g. those:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=32437 - Mar 10 2006
konqueror quickfilter

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by mart 24 comments

I agree this should be "officially" implemented into KDE. Maybe voting for Bug 112236 at bugs.kde.org helps: http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=112236 - Mar 10 2006
Polyester

KDE 3.5 Themes by mart 395 comments

Many many thanks for this absoultely perfect window decoration. By now it's the only available window decoration I've found where you can set the button size and which has at the same time buttons with a high contrast and which allows to show all buttons (also help and sticky).

The problem with most of the window decorations is that 99% of the window decorations are not able to resize the buttons, so you end up with a huge title bar with some tiny buttons which looks ugly and is hard to use for visually impaired people. But your window decoration is very well thought out - and looks really beautiful. I use it with buttons of size 30 and a titlebar size of 32 and no lighter borders. - Mar 10 2006
Space Penguin

Wallpaper Other by kosmo 2 comments

Cool, a wallpaper just for me ;) I like the look and the idea. - Mar 10 2006