kde 3.1 -- make Keramik default?
lucy-ples at mtu-net.ru
Thu Jun 13 08:28:45 BST 2002
On Thursday 13 June 2002 5:17 am, Maks Orlovich wrote:
| On Wednesday 12 June 2002 06:22 pm, Allan Sandfeld Jensen wrote:
| > On Wednesday 12 June 2002 14:29, Maksim Orlovich wrote:
| > > Actually, I am nearly done with a new recoloring algorithm that is
| > > more accurate and more vivid; but I'd be quite interested in what you
| > > came up with, too...
| > I have distilled the patch further so it doesnt use the colorize
| > algorithm. The colorize algoritm disregarded the original hue anyway.
| > This gives the result most people expect when applying color-schemes on
| > kstyles. Their colours are _supposed_ to be definate.
| > http://sneulv.dk/atlasbefore.png
| > http://sneulv.dk/atlasafter.png
| > http://sneulv.dk/win2000before.png
| > http://sneulv.dk/win2000after.png
| > http://sneulv.dk/snapshot1.png
| These show my current work algorithm, with the corresponding color
I like Maks' modifications better (not to offend anyone here).
1) widgets still look like to blurry
check top part of buttons, scrollbars
2) scrollbars's arows and listboxes' arrows are HUGE
I know this issue was addresed soem time ago - but ANY kind of testing would
be useful only with well-sized widgets. Before this, it's too early to say
wether widget looks ok with this color, or not.
3) Window Decoratiojns - they are BLUE on all screenshots!
No respect for theme colors (color scheme).
To tell more: Atlas and Win2k colors look like incompatible with this
(Keramik-Blue) Window Decorations.
| There are still some problems to solve with it though; since it tends to
| oversaturate scrollbar grooves with bright schemes; while toolbar/menu
| images are a bit too dark; plus contrast/highlight enchancement needs to be
| throttled more intelligently...
33 Window Decorations and 6 Widget Styles for KDE
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