kde 3.1 -- make Keramik default?
Volker.Augustin at stud.uni-regensburg.de
Sat Jun 1 17:13:11 BST 2002
>> So, you think that the following screenshot looks good? (keramik as in
>> kdelibs out-of-the-box)
> It doesn't look too nice because you mix some styles on the screenshot but
> I would not say about it: "Der Stil ist Arschhäßlich" (not only for
> reasons of politeness but rather because me and most people think the
As you might have noticed I was talking about "keramik as in kdelibs
out-of-the-box". Your screenshot also has the keramik windows decoration
enabled (which is in kdebase) and uses a different color-scheme.
> Using the correct defaults and stuff the style is rather meant to look
> like this:
I always thought "default" refers to the values as provided by the system
without changing anything (which is how I arrived at my first screenshot).
Seems I misunderstood ;-)
I have to admit that that looks better than what I arrived at. You also seem
to have a different crystal konqueror icon which is way better than the
default one provided by crystal.
You are using a background image for kicker, right? Which one? Without it
kicker looks inconsistently 2D, too.
>> Having 2D-menus on a 3D-menubar does not look too consistent. By the way,
>> if you have the KDE default color-theme and keramik style, the kicker
> Which part of "Neither the style nor the deco arent done yet. There will
> be lots of changes concerning the buttons, the menus and Kicker. Right now
> qwertz considers the current work about 60% ready. " didn't you
No, I did not. It didn't sound like the appearance was going to change a lot
anymore. More like "there are still some bugs that are going to be fixed
after it's the default".
Maybe there should be a complete keramik-theme that changes all required
things (style, icons, window decoration).
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