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KDE Plasma Screenshots
Icon Sub-Sets
KDE 3.x Window Decorations
Dolphin Service Menus
Various Stuff
Wallpaper Other
Beryl/Emerald Themes
KDE 3.5 Themes
KDE 3.x Splash Screens
Old Mac is Back!

Gnome Screenshots 6 comments

Score 50.0%
Apr 25 2007
Great style plasmatron. It's nice to see oldies around here, especially with the more recent content & concepts.

malwk - the font is Chicago. - Apr 25 2007
Murrine GTK+ Cairo Engine

GTK2 Themes 370 comments

Score 80.4%
Sep 22 2010
Looks good, I'd suggest:

  • stronger gradients on buttons/comboboxes, currently a bit too subtle

  • some type of effect for the selection highlights i.e., "Zero 7", "Simple Things", maybe not the glass effect but certainly something instead of the plain color

  • And perhaps some different radio buttons and check boxes - I can't see what those look like from the screenshots though.

    Keep it up! - Jul 21 2006
    T-ish borders for Compiz

    Compiz Themes 12 comments

    Score 50.0%
    Oct 07 2006
    The standard compiz window decoration is fugly.

    You're a god. Have my babies. - Jul 18 2006

    GTK2 Themes 44 comments

    Score 58.0%
    Jun 23 2006
    Looks good. Keep it up.

    Fedorateur - we could say the same thing about your Bluecurve obsession. Sssh. - Jun 21 2006
    reason for voting down

    Various Gnome Stuff 26 comments

    Score 50.0%
    May 13 2006
    It's very easy for anyone to click "good" or "bad". That, by itself alone, is THE reason to force people to comment if they select "bad".

    On a personal level, I'd much rather receive my ratings from the people who GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY and not the ones who just TAKE FROM IT. - May 15 2006
    Rating systems are horrible. Post your work elsewhere, no one listens.

    We've been complaining about rating systems for years. - May 14 2006

    KDE 3.5 Themes 121 comments

    Score 50.0%
    Jun 15 2005
    Tiblit has been in the portage tree for a while now. - Apr 30 2006
    Sounds like the 1.x branch. - Jan 27 2006
    -lacl is a new library to me. To my knowledge I don't link against -lacl but google turned up a lot of "cannot find -lacl" link errors with SuSE and applications using KDE libraries. I'd be curious to get as much details as possible from you, perhaps the whole configure, make, output. Even a make distclean afterwards. I.E.,
    ./configure --prefix=`kde-config --prefix` > log_to_maitre
    make >> log_to_maitre
    make distclean >> log_to_maitre

    Send the log over email, if you would. - Jan 10 2006
    Kde Ice Age

    Wallpapers KDE Plasma 9 comments

    Score 50.0%
    Jun 02 2006
    Specifically and more to the point, using the character from ice age is not considered to fall under the fair use doctrine. At least in the U.S., so this is copyright infringement. Providing of course the character is under copyright. - Apr 22 2006

    Full Icon Themes 80 comments

    Score 72.2%
    Mar 12 2007
    Do you re-read your comments after clicking "Preview"? - Apr 16 2006
    Making the theme popular isn't the point either. - Jan 18 2006
    The point of the tango project is not to release an icon theme. Pay attention.

    If it was, it might be distributed in a KDE icon package.

    "The Tango Desktop Project exists to create a consistent user experience for free and Open Source software with graphical user interfaces."

    It's up to the KDE community to adopt this consistency. - Jan 18 2006
    The hard part is going to get everyone to agree on a standard. What's the chance we can get KDE, Gnome, and desktop environments standardized on one set of icons. Very slim.

    I've already heard comments like "I won't use these! I won't stand for the gnome-ification of KDE!" - Dec 06 2005

    Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 31 comments

    Score 50.0%
    Jul 01 2006
    so contribute it to lineak, don't reinvent the wheel. - Mar 21 2006
    This can already be done with lineak. As long as the KDE program has a dcop interface, amaroK for instance. - Mar 20 2006

    deKorator Themes 2 comments

    Score 58.0%
    Mar 21 2006
    +5 for originality. - Mar 21 2006

    KDE 3.5 Themes 12 comments

    Score 50.0%
    Feb 28 2006
    >Only an app can set 2 different colors as toolbar background, not a style. Well, at least it can't be done in a way that will >always produce the expected result.

    Not necessarily. I've done gradient effects on the toolbars in tiblit while applying a different effect on the menu bars. - Feb 28 2006

    Various Stuff 12 comments

    Score 50.0%
    Feb 25 2006
    I've got the filename as 1600x1200, that's no use. I want to say it's an ultraman desk, try or perhaps biodesks. If you can't find it, email me and I'll attach it to a response. - Feb 26 2006
    deviantART - Feb 25 2006
    You can, but then you'll have to kill the application yourself. Commenting out the line:


    from src/lyricize.cpp should do it. - Feb 25 2006

    Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 58 comments

    Score 50.0%
    May 29 2006
    Change search to filter, unless you are actually performing a search on all categories. In which case, do a filter instead. :)

    And move the "Icon category" label next to the combox box, not far away from it - Feb 21 2006

    deKorator Themes 12 comments

    Score 46.0%
    Jan 31 2006
    Titlebar's too big. ;) - Jan 31 2006

    KDE 3.x Window Decorations 8 comments

    Score 58.0%
    Jan 28 2006
    Innovative. Good thinking. - Jan 28 2006
    Gursor Maker

    Cursors 17 comments

    Score 58.0%
    Jan 21 2006
    No question, but no one should ever setup dual-booting Linux, BSDs, and Solaris to support other distribution schemes. Let the users support it and the developers keep on developing. Source is the way to distribute. Just like KDE, let the distros handle it. - Jan 22 2006
    No no no. Users of other distributions can support there own packaging schemes and mechanisms. Source distribution is the one and only way a developer should _ever_ distribute packages.

    Anything above and beyond a source download from a developer is just icing on the cake. - Jan 21 2006
    Dark sweetsys

    Various KDE 1.-4. Styles 3 comments

    by MMax
    Score 50.0%
    Jan 16 2006
    Yes it does. That looks to be an exact version of "Tiblit Geek". - Jan 16 2006

    deKorator Themes 4 comments

    Score 58.0%
    Jan 15 2006
    That's a blend of David Lanham and the RAD.E8 design. You can see the same in all my screenshots.

    Roberto your're a copycat. ;) - Jan 15 2006
    Window Decoration Generator (decgen)

    KDE 3.x Window Decorations 77 comments

    Score 50.0%
    Jan 08 2006
    It's tiblit, I hit a 3.0 branch but it's still under very heavy development. - Jan 08 2006
    sudo make install or as root, make install...

    then if you're happy, run "make distclean" and tarball or zip it up! - Jan 08 2006
    Right on, I'm a huge fan of his work... - Jan 08 2006
    Absolutely possible, but the engine is only setup to support the standard buttons. I'd like to add support, but I've got other F/OSS projects higher priorities right now. And I'm just squeaking out a 0.5 build tonight. - Jan 08 2006
    Anyone using 0.4 generated trees, I'm interested to see if you've got any issues when logging out of KDE and back in.

    Specifically, do the color settings get reset? Example, I've got a tree I added colorizing to, and I default to using KDE's color settings even when I selected the theme's colors. - Nov 30 2005
    Oh, and no, no Lanham port. I haven't asked, but I don't think I've done it justice. - Nov 30 2005
    Well, I think currently we've got three processes for making window decoration, and that's 2+ over what we had last time, so progress is good.

    Method 1) Start from scratch (or a tutorial like

    Method 2) Use decgen.

    Method 3) Use deKorator.

    Starting from scratch is time consuming and in the end, having a window decoration all done in code is quick and nice, but is it all worth it for one type of design?

    Decgen takes an existing KWin engine, transforms the engine for your use, and allows the designer to import images directly into the engine for use. I enjoy this because I am a perpetual tweaker, I'm always going to adjust something in code, but I'll never invest the time it takes to make one window decoration all in code.

    deKorator takes decgen's premise, or idea, even further, and allows the designer to use the images he supplies the deKorator engine as the window decoration. More of the manner in which things from the Windows or even Mac world do things with things like guikit. More torwards theming I think would be reasonable.

    So all in all, there just three different levels - coders should stay at method 1, tweakers and hackers at method 2, and graphics artists at method 3. IMHO of course - open to debate. - Nov 30 2005
    It does respect the KDE Control Center's color settings. What made you think otherwise? - Nov 29 2005
    Gentoo - just emerge it

    Wallpaper Other 18 comments

    by Arnis
    Score 50.0%
    Jan 02 2006
    Supervise him. - Jan 03 2006
    Kbfx Mockup ALPHA 0.1

    Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 28 comments

    Score 50.0%
    Dec 23 2005
    Looks like Windows.

    Try something new, for example, the majority of people don't need to know who is logged in, so lose that... Most of us don't share computers and those that do, you can usually discern who is logged in via the background and color scheme. - Dec 23 2005

    KDE 3.5 Themes 347 comments

    by PaT
    Score 50.0%
    Oct 01 2007
    Inside pixelmetric's switch against all the other PMs, add a:

    case PM_MenuBarItemSpacing:
    return 8;

    seems a good size? - Dec 08 2005
    Not bad - but what happens when the same window decoration is drawn against a non-qt app like firefox? *Yuck* - Dec 08 2005
    That would be super easy. Is it that cool though? - Dec 08 2005

    KDE 3.x Window Decorations 36 comments

    Score 50.0%
    Dec 17 2005
    I noticed the .deps and .libs directories within your tree - re-run configure and make distclean - apparently you're on a x86 platform?

    kwin/config/.libs/ ELF 32-bit LSB shared object, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), not stripped

    After the make distclean, check to make sure the .libs and .deps directories are gone, then you can repost the tarball. - Dec 08 2005
    Missing libraries probably. Not sure what distribution you're using, but installing kdebase-devel on rpm-based distributions (SuSE, Mandriva, Fedora, etc.) will get the development libraries you're missing.

    HTH. - Dec 08 2005
    It's worked on amd64, the author uses AMD64-based platforms exclusively... I've talked to him. ;)

    I talked to stoned already, something in the tree isn't clean. AMD64 users can re-run configure and make distclean - that will fix the problem.

    John, you might want to configure and make distclean as well, maybe you have some compile x86 objects floating around that amd64 users can't link against. - Dec 08 2005
    Jessica Biel Black

    Wallpaper Other 2 comments

    Score 50.0%
    Nov 30 2005
    Can I be the first one? Sweet!

    Blah blah, GPL...

    :) - Nov 30 2005
    Secure your data!

    Dolphin Service Menus 14 comments

    Score 50.0%
    Nov 26 2005
    Not really, I'm enjoying pushing around usability ideas right now, but my TODO keeps getting bigger and bigger.

    I'm trying to go about it with a fresh perspective. At least the ChangeLog is growing. :) - Nov 28 2005
    Nevermind, fixed. - Nov 26 2005
    Yeah, about that. I can't get openssl to respect spaces in names from within the script!

    Let me know if you're ever able to get it to do so though.

    :( - Nov 26 2005

    *That* stuff should be encrypted twice, one triple-des for strong standards and a topping of rc4 for scrambling. ;) - Nov 25 2005
    CXsteel window decoration

    KDE 3.x Window Decorations 6 comments

    Score 50.0%
    Nov 28 2005
    Fresh design pootie, nice job.

    In the future too, you can tell the deco not to draw the help button if you want.

    Inside the function
    inline void TemplateClient::addButtons(QBoxLayout *layout, const QString &s) {
    remove the "case 'H' : " line to the "break;" line.

    By the way - I just finished up support for colorizing. Decgen 0.4 now supports KDE's color settings. I've only tried this with my template, look for decgen 0.4 sometime this week. - Nov 28 2005