new keramik? drop shadows? now?

Various Stuff

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): Add the source-code for this project on opencode.net

0
5 .0
Description:

I saw the screenshots of kde 3.1 and the CVS (with it' s drop shadows) and... I WANNA HAVE THAT TOO :), anyone out there that can grab the drop shadow and new keramik from CVS and turn it into one little tarball? *thanks* in advance :D

The download is the same as the screenshot...

SuGa

18 years ago

well, you could wait, til the next snapshot is there. i just believe that there is now an unstable phase in the development as there was no snapshot for the last 7 days :(

Report

C

sheean

18 years ago

all those comments :S, now I'm just going to wait :)

Report

bonito

18 years ago

I mostly like Keramik, but I have found that if you use it then webpages with non white backgrounds and drop boxes or buttons have a big white box around them in a white colour just to allow a "shadow" to show on the box...has this been fixed since I downloaded keramik for kde 3.0? Will it be fixed for the 3.1 release?

Report

acollins

18 years ago

I know you're probably not supposed to do this but....I transplanted a 3.1 verions these files:

./libkdefx.so.4.1.0
./libkdefx.so.4
./libkdefx.so
./libkdefx.la

, into the 3.02 directory structure.

This worked on Solaris 8 x86 but not on Debian Linux(unstable)

Report

C

sheean

18 years ago

unstable as in=startup, wait 10 sec.
unstable as in=more crashes than usual
unstable as in=it seems that after 250 hours of testing, there is (aprox.) 2% more crashes than usual, and that is quite worying.


??????

Report

smeat

18 years ago

As in the branch of Debian (unstable). Used to be woody. Now woody is stable. Dunno what unstable is called nowadays.


smeat!

Report

root66

18 years ago

Get the current "kdelibs" alpha and do a 'configure'. Then change to the kstyles/keramik directory and do a 'make' / 'make install'.

That's how you can install this Keramik style, works fine with KDE 3.0.

Report

drashkeev

18 years ago

Well, It seems I had to make likdefx anyway to get keramik to work. This means drop shadows are hiding around here somewhere. Does anyone know what the config option is? Maybe someone running 3.1a with shadows can go grep -R * -e shadow -i in the .kde config directory, and see if there's an option.

Report

qwertz

18 years ago

Its in kcontrol
Pls dont mix kde 3.1 and 3.0
You will get many crashes.
Wait for the beta or final

q

Report

C

sheean

18 years ago

I'll try this... any idea for the shadows?

Report

reto

18 years ago

Hi, the shadows are not part of the keramik style - it seems to me that they are part of the kdelibs. You will have to dld kde-cvs (see developer.kde.org to learn how) and compile it.

I don't think the shadows will work with kde3.0 (but of course keramik does!)

Report

12345678910
product-maker Base: 4 x 5.0 Ratings
Be the first to comment
File (click to download) Version Description Downloads Date Filesize DL OCS-Install MD5SUM
*Needs pling-store or ocs-url to install things
Pling
0 Affiliates
Details
license
version
updated Aug 15 2002
added Aug 15 2002
downloads 24h
0
mediaviews 24h 0
pageviews 24h 0