KDE Theme Manager
b.walter at free.fr
Wed Aug 27 20:13:14 BST 2003
or more exactly:
On Wednesday 27 August 2003 17:41, b.walter at free.fr wrote:
> By the way, I have started to write a new kcm for themes. It removes the
> confusion of using multiple kcms to change the appearance of widgets and
> It does not really replace the old theme manager, but the primary goal is
> to make it easy to change styles, colors, window decorations and icon
> themes from a single place. Nothing more.
> It can be improved a lot (especially the 'edit dialog'), I do not have time
> to code anymore, but I hope someone would like to improve it. I really
> think such a solution is a big usuability improvement, current solution is
> really painful to use because of the number of modules involved.
> Feel free to contact me if you want to improve it.
> Quoting Gerhard den Hollander <gerhard at fugro-jason.com>:
> > * Aaron J. Seigo <aseigo at kde.org> (Tue, Aug 26, 2003 at 01:03:21PM -0600)
> > > o we only ship with a handful of themes, none of which are all that
> > > flattering for KDE's image, IMHO. i seemto remember some of these
> > > themes
> > from
> > > the KDE1 days. the Default theme's screenshot even shows a KDE2
> > > desktop!
> > All of them I think are KDE1 themes originally , unfortuantely I cannot
> > seem to access the machine that has KDE1 installed os I cannot check ;l)
> > At any rate, Im in favour of nuking it.
> > Kind regards,
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