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 Splash Icon Position

 
 by Torf on: Jul 31 2004
 
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Can anybody tell me how I can change the position of the status icons in KSplash-Screen (using the standard plugin). This is possible according to http://docs.kde.org/en/3.2/kdebase/ksplashml/theme-engines.html but I can't get it to work :(

I'd like to have them on the left site (top to bottom) instead on the bottom.

Thanks for any hints!


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 Shadows in inkscape

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 1 2004
 
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Does anyone know how to create shadows in inkscape or sodipodi?

I want to fade out the border of a shape to get a fuzzy effect. E.g. a shadow like it is used for the icons in this icon set: http://www.kde-look.org/content/preview.php?preview=1&id=14859&file1=14859-1.jpg&file2=14859-2.jpg&file3=14859-3.jpg&name=Milosz_H30-d3A


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 Re: Shadows in inkscape

 
 by leinir on: Aug 2 2004
 
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The short version of an answer to this is: The GIMP

A slightly longer one would be: With great difficulty

The longer version is, that you have to make the shadow in bits, and you might very easily not be able to get the exact effect you want. SVG does not have a shadow-type thing, and it's gradient control, though advanced, is not so advanced that it is able to have them follow a path (it's one direction). So, unless you want a lot of work, you'll be doing the shadows in The GIMP. InkScape does have an automatic drop shadow plugin, but it does not quite make this type of advanced shadow.

Sorry


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 Re: Re: Shadows in inkscape

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 2 2004
 
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Hm... Bad thing. Even more because inkscape offers all the basic functionality. It could easily be done by a script by creating several copies of the shape, apply a smaller inset to each of these copies and assign a sligthly lighter color to each shape. And then you have a fully scalable shadow.

Corel Draw offers this since a few years and is doing this exactly the same way: You enter the maximum inset and the number of steps.


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 Re: Re: Re: Shadows in inkscape

 
 by leinir on: Aug 5 2004
 
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File a bug report for InkScape :) And keep us updated on the progress, it is a very useful feature, if it gets implemented ;)


..Dan // Leinir
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 Re: Shadows in inkscape

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 6 2004
 
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Here is a short howto on how to do this manually with Inkscape:

http://www.yeap.de/pub/misc/svg_dropshadow.png

You can get the SVG file from

http://www.yeap.de/pub/misc/svg_dropshadow.svg

I will post a feature request in the inkscape forum, but I have to wait for my Sourceforge account.


To mess up a Linux box, you need to work at it; to mess up your Windows box, you just need to work on it.
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 Re: Re: Shadows in inkscape

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 6 2004
 
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OK, here is the promissed link to the feature request: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1004215&group_id=93438&atid=604309


To mess up a Linux box, you need to work at it; to mess up your Windows box, you just need to work on it.
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 Re: Shadows in inkscape

 
 by gg3po on: Aug 10 2004
 
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http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=12187

I made this entirely in Inkscape -- no GIMP.


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 Re: Re: Shadows in inkscape

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 10 2004
 
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OK, the shadow below the Logo is a simple elipse. But how have you done the shadow of the logo itself?


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 Re: Re: Re: Shadows in inkscape

 
 by gg3po on: Aug 25 2004
 
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I just added the source SVG file in a tar.gz... Sorry it took so long... I've been real busy the last few days.
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=12187


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 Redmond KSplash Help

 
 by dannya on: Aug 11 2004
 
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Hi,
I am trying to make a KSplesh theme based on the Redmond Engine that is "artistically dependent" on the font size that is used for the "action text"

I have looked at the documentation (http://docs.kde.org/en/3.2/kdebase/ksplashml/theme-engines.html), and it does not have any options for doing this. However, different computers use different font sizes for this text (I have tested it on several).

So, my question is are there any options that can be set outside of ksplash that specify the font size?

Thanks,
Danny


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 Re: Redmond KSplash Help

 
 by eriol on: Sep 17 2005
 
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This is an old question, and I'm sad nobody replied to it yet. I'd like to know how to set which font to use and to set its size.
By the way I discovered these options to work :
Action Text Color=#xxxxxx
Username Text Color=#xxxxxx

but are not documented on this page http://docs.kde.org/development/en/kdebase/ksplashml/theme-engines.html
That's a shame ! Could somebody fix it ?


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 GTK themes in KDE

 
 by aaronf0 on: Aug 27 2004
 
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im sure im not the only user that wants GTK apps to look great in KDE, but whatever i do there seems to not change the theme. any instructions on how to do this? like a config file that needs editing? im on SuSE, so that compunds the problem. also any way to make x cursors work in suse? it only displays the hyperlink pointer and cant move there pointers. thanks for any help.


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 Re: GTK themes in KDE

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 27 2004
 
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Have you copied the gtkrc file to ~/.gtkrc (1.x theme) or to ~/.gtkrc-2.0 (2.x theme)?


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 Re: Re: GTK themes i

 
 by aaronf0 on: Aug 28 2004
 
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sry, dont got none, im using suse so its probably hidden in some obscure directory. it would probably work if i knew what directory its in :-s


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 Re: Re: GTK themes i

 
 by lokheed on: Sep 1 2004
 
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Can you elaborate on this. I didnt think it was possible to theme GTK apps in KDE so I use GTK-QT-ENGINE but it is still buggy and seems to slow things down.

I would rather apply a proper GTK theme as I have GTK and GTK2 installed. Running Gentoo.


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 Re: Re: Re: GTK themes i

 
 by MDonoughe on: Sep 2 2004
 
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You can theme GTK apps, but you cannot give them the same theme as your QT apps, unless:

  • You have GTK-QT

  • You have Metatheme

  • The theme has been ported


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: GTK

 
 by lokheed on: Sep 3 2004
 
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I know about the qt-gtk-engine but how do you simply theme your GTK apps in KDE? I am not concerned with applying my QT themes to my GTK applications.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: GTK

 
 by MDonoughe on: Sep 3 2004
 
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You could use the other style box in GTK-QT to select the theme for GTK. KDE colors are supposed to be applied to other apps too.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by lokheed on: Sep 3 2004
 
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I am sorry perhaps I am not being clear. Forget about GTK-QT.

If I wanted to change the look of Firefox which is a GTK2 app in KDE, what would I do.

How do I install a GTK theme in KDE? Just ./compile make make install and I can select the theme in GTK-QT?



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: GTK

 
 by MDonoughe on: Sep 3 2004
 
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I think that will work. Firefox doesn't skin very well in my experience. It usually looks about the same, regardless of GTK themes. It is better to theme Firefox through the Firefox themes, and some themes will completely ignore your GTK theme. But, GTK-QT allows you to pick any installed GTK theme for use in GTK apps.



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 Re: GTK themes in KD

 
 by CraigD on: Sep 3 2004
 
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SuSE edits the /opt/kde3/bin/startkde script that is used to launch KDE, and adds lines that set GTK_RC_FILES and GTK2_RC_FILES. (These are used to tell gtk apps where to look for their config files) By default, I think, SuSE sets these to Geramik. Basically, you could try commenting out these lines - and set a gtk theme by doing as the other poster said (setting ~/.gtkrc and ~/.gtkrc-2.0 - or use my GtkQt thingy - see http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=6954)


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 Re: GTK themes in KD

 
 by Tobu on: Sep 30 2004
 
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Thanks, I was wondering too. I've had a look at this script, and a:
touch .no-qtrc-to-gtkrc-mapping
disables suse's weird themeing behaviour.


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 THANK YOU!

 
 by stunji on: Oct 8 2004
 
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Finally! This has been driving me nuts for months!


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 Re: GTK themes in KD

 
 by linmain on: Dec 25 2004
 
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create a file called .no-qtrc-to-gtkrc-mapping by exec
touch ~/.no-qtrc-to-gtkrc-mapping and that's it


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 Industrial for KDE

 
 by systemx on: Nov 9 2004
 
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Found this on the SuSe server:
ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/i386/9.2/suse/src/qindustrial-0.0.2-5.src.rpm

Yes! That is the Industrial theme for KDE and yes it looks really nice :)


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 Re: Industrial for K

 
 by Tomm on: Dec 9 2004
 
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thanks! i was just looking for matching gtk/qt themes and industrial looks great :)


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 Re: Industrial for K

 
 by labba on: Jan 18 2005
 
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Thats cool!
can someone extract the files and post the source here? I use slackware and can't handle rpm files...


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 Re: Re: Industrial for K

 
 by Diablo82 on: Jan 19 2005
 
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You can easily convert that rpm in a tgz or in a tar.gz file using some shell apps like rpm2tgz or rpm2targz.


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 Distro logos?

 
 by theobroma on: Nov 14 2004
 
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I'm looking for the logos to all the major distros. Please post links here if you know of any:)


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 Re: Distro logos?

 
 by rufuseddy on: Dec 25 2004
 
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http://distrowatch.com/


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