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Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by thomas12777 285 comments

so, i did some more testing. now it somehow works without logout+login.
it doesnt show up exactly on the wrong screen, since i like it this way, but the behavior is like that:
single screen:
- clock appears where expected (i.e. top/left)

external screen attached (with xrandr):
clock disappears on the internal screen, appears on the external (top/left)

two screens at boot time:
clock shows up at the external (top/left)

external screen detached:
clock appears again on internal screen (top/left)

and last but not least:
two screens + opening the Beclock configure dialog:
made some position changes (top/right), hit "ok" button: clock disappears on the external screen (top/left) and show up at the internal (top/right)

what happens is, that the external is labeled as screen #1 when it gets attached. i remember this is has something to do with the intel-driver (my card is a gma945) or xrandr or whatever...

- Mar 30 2010
BeClock

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by thomas12777 285 comments

test result is: works like a charm.
after connecting a second screen, the clock shows up on the external, but aligns as set in the config ;)
if i change the alignment in the settings, plasma (or whatever happens during a logout/login procedure) needs to be restarted. - Mar 30 2010
BeClock

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by thomas12777 285 comments

install Bespin: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Bespin?content=63928
you will find the option under: systemsettings > appearance > windows > layout > [x] netbook compatible ... - Mar 29 2010
BeClock

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by thomas12777 285 comments

install Bespin: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Bespin?content=63928
you will find the option under: systemsettings > appearance > windows > layout > [x] netbook compatible ... - Mar 29 2010
BeClock

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by thomas12777 285 comments

thnx - will do that.
However, I am confused: download-links says -0.6... and the "about" after install still talks about 0.5 ;-) - Mar 29 2010
BeClock

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by thomas12777 285 comments

thnx a lot for the clarification.
implementation would then be up to you ;) since i am not able to hack that myself. if you need more information please say so. - Mar 28 2010
BeClock

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by thomas12777 285 comments

nice one - i like the simplicity very much.
however, there is an issue when a second monitor with a different resolution is attached. it then draws automaticly on the second one, but due to the higher resolution the clock is somewhat dislocated. i've set the clock to static in the lower left edge.
is there a way to make the clock aware of the screen?

- Mar 27 2010
mirRunde

Cursors by kwindva 10 comments

Hi,
thanx a lot for the icons. i like them very much.

i just changed the colors to better fit my desktop look.
quite simple that is, just follow that howto:
http://d.hatena.ne.jp/tksmashiw/20080806

i however replaced the "mogrify" step with that:
#convert icons to gray
mogrify -modulate 100,0,100 *.png
#or with similar results
mogrify -colorspace Gray *.png

#then fill the gray pics with the prefered color
mogrify -fill '#FF8000' -tint 100 *.png

#continue with the howto
- Feb 17 2010
Bespin

Be-Shell/Bespin by thomas12777 1663 comments

hi there,

is there a way to make the scrollbar smaller or (even better) completely disable the visual part of scrollbar (without loosing that functionality of course)?
even with the 2px hack it is just too heavy, imho.

somewhat related to that is also the size of the errr "separators" with which one can resize the parts of e.g. dolphin (folders, information, terminal etc.). Is it possible to change the size (width) as well?

since i am no dev, how-to or upstream is prefered ;-)

keep up the good work, especially also the icon set - this is just awesome. - Feb 09 2010
Neon Icon theme by FRUiT

Full Icon Themes by FRUIT94 55 comments

lucky you. maybe you could upload them in the meantime? thnx - Nov 26 2009
Domino

KDE 3.5 Themes by morgenrot 404 comments

wow, thnx a lot for the fast and useful reply.
i mean the left/right/bottom borders around the windows.
anyhow, i will try a bit and check back later, when some problems occur ;) - Aug 21 2008
Domino

KDE 3.5 Themes by morgenrot 404 comments

Hi there,
what a theme! i really like it and gonna use it until update to KDE4.
However, i strongly dislike borders around the windows (12" screen and other reasons).
Is there a way to eliminate these (or make them just 1px thin)?
I had a look at the source, but feel not expirienced enough to do this on my own. Could someone provide me with some help?
thnx a lot - Aug 21 2008