slackmase2 at gmail.com
Sat Jun 13 15:58:31 BST 2009
This still isn't an issue with plasma though is it? It's just that no
one has written the code to allow the plasma theme to have it's theme
attributes aquired from the global colour scheme. I am sure no one
would be against having that option, it just hasn't been written.
>From what i understand they just didn't want to not have the option of
a different theme.
On 6/13/09, James Richard Tyrer <tyrerj at acm.org> wrote:
> Matthew Woehlke wrote:
>> James Richard Tyrer wrote:
>>> IAC, you do it by either making it optional like it is in KDE-3:
>>> Configure-KDE Panel KCM: Appearance:
>>> Colorize to match the desktop color scheme
>>> or offering some Plasma themes that take their colors from the selected
>>> style color scheme.
>> Like... aya?
> I am using Aya and Chrome and I still have some issues.
> First I note that I, and perhaps others, would like to have some other
> color schemes that are more ahhh.. utilitarian:
> Redmond <version>
> And are the decomposability color schemes going to be available.
> My main issue is that I really need to be able to adjust the background
> color and/or transparency of FolderView.
> James Tyrer
> Linux (mostly) From Scratch
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