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KDE 3.3 Konquered Earth Splash-screen

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by arcisz 15 comments

Great splash screen. This is one of my 2 favorites (Metallic KDE 3.3 + 3.2 spash screen). These splash screens deserve a higher rating. I like this one so much, I'm using this even though I use KDE 3.2! - Aug 15 2004
kde3 xp style

KDE 3.5 Themes by speleoalex 265 comments

I found out how to make the kicker look like the real deal: you need a Karamba theme called WinBar (you can find it here on KDE-Look.org) - Jan 28 2004
Crystal SVG

Full Icon Themes by everaldo 132 comments

The mounted hard drive/unmounted hard drive bug has been fixed- good work!

The new KOffice icons are fantastic! Much better than the old ones- except at smaller sizes. When it's scaled down (like in the menus), they don't look very good anymore. I would suggest using the original KOffice icons (before 1.0 update) for the small sizes, and the new icons for the big sizes. It may not look so consistent, but "mini" icons are pretty cool! - Jan 17 2004
kde3 xp style

KDE 3.5 Themes by speleoalex 265 comments

I don't think it can be in standard artwork because it may be copyrighted, etc. and Microsoft may go to court or something about it. So I don't think it can be in standard artwork.

And people- stop arguing about this style! It just imitates XP, there are styles that imitate all sorts of OS'es out there! If you don't like XP, then don't use the style. (That's why I don't use it).

Besides that, I would give it a "good" since it is a very nice imitation (even though I think that the XP style is ugly) - Jan 17 2004
KristallKlear

Ice-WM Themes by koen 8 comments

This window decoration looks great with most styles, (ecept if it has dark color sceme) it looks great with Keramik (silver). But the problem was that, well, the buttons didn't have anything on them! This makes it much more user-friendly. The buttoncoded one solves the problem too, but I like this one better. - Jan 13 2004
new theme idea

Various KDE 1.-4. Styles by gg3po 42 comments

I think that someone (or you) should make a GTK theme that matches this one. I agree with previous posts- make the combobox, checkboxes a bit less like Aqua.

Also on the window decoration- first, make it smaller. I don't like window decorations that are really big, they eat up room on the screen. (Like Windows XP's) I think you should make the buttons change color like Glow, or put a sort of bubble, highlight, etc. around the text. (Like Keramik, MandrakeGalaxy window decoration) - Jan 13 2004
...I Know better than you (II)...

Wallpaper Other by tihkal 26 comments

You have outdone yourself on this great wallpaper! It looks very good on my desktop, and the colors blend in with my icons, unlike some wallpapers with contrasting colors that shock my eyes a bit too much.

The effects are amazing!! Which graphics program did you use?

I'm looking forward to more wallpapers.

P.S. Maybe you could make this one in
different colors/resolutions. - Dec 15 2003
Thin Keramik Mandrake RPM

KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes by lat3ralis 14 comments

I'm running Mandrake 9.1 and the window decoration installs but not the style... any idea what the problem is? Do I need to upgrade? - Dec 13 2003
Knifty

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by ceebx 100 comments

This is honestly the best window decoration I have ever seen. It's the first one that convinced me to drop that old MandrakeGalaxy decoration and get another one.

It's great because:
1. It matches themes like alloy, thinkeramik, plastik, and MandrakeGalaxy
2. It's very easy to configure and customize. (Keep it simple in future releases)
3. It isn't too spartan, but it doesn't have way too many decorations that are distracting.

Just two requests:
Make it so you can disable the blue line in the window decoration. Sometimes it may be good, but sometimes you might not want it. (Depends on colors)

And maybe you could make it so you could adjust the color regardless of the color sceme (E.G. My color sceme makes it dark blue, but I want it to be a lighter shade). But this isn't that important and we could do without this feature.

Otherwise, great work. Keep it up in the next release. - Dec 11 2003
Aqua Baghira Splash

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by Massive 15 comments

In Mandrake the ksplash directory is here:

/usr/share/apps/ksplash/pics


The web site needs more helpful directions: E.G. "find the Ksplash directory" - Dec 06 2003
Mandrake Evolution

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by TuxBrothers 20 comments

I modified the bottom part of the splash screen so it matched my icon set. I was wondering if I can distribute it, does the creator allow that? - Dec 06 2003
Mandrake Evolution

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by TuxBrothers 20 comments

Ooopsie daisies, I made a mistake. "whereis ksplash" is not correct; it's just where the executable is.

To find the ksplash directory, you need to open up the "Find Files" program and type in Ksplash. In mandrake it the ksplash directory is "/usr/share/apps/ksplash"

You also need to go into the "pics" directory to find the image files. - Dec 06 2003
Mandrake Evolution

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by TuxBrothers 20 comments

To install the theme, you need to find the ksplash folder.

1.Open up a shell and type in whereis ksplash

2.Go to that folder using Konqueror. You will see three image files and maybe several folders.

3.Copy your zipped splash screen file there, and unzip it there.

4. Create a folder called "Default" and move the 3 image files in the Ksplash folder into the Default folder.

5. Move the 3 images in your splash screen's folder (mandy_evo) to the ksplash folder so there are 3 image files there again.

Enjoy! - Dec 06 2003
Mandrake Evolution

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by TuxBrothers 20 comments

Just go to this adress:

http://www.kde-look.org/help/index.php?type=3

Or, you can just press the "How to Install" button that's next to the download button. - Nov 23 2003
Mandrake Evolution

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by TuxBrothers 20 comments

Just go to this adress:

http://www.kde-look.org/help/index.php?type=3

Or, you can just press the "How to Install" button that's next to the download button. - Nov 23 2003
Mandrake Evolution

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by TuxBrothers 20 comments

Just go to this adress:

http://www.kde-look.org/help/index.php?type=3

Or, you can just press the "How to Install" button that's next to the download button. - Nov 23 2003
Mandrake Evolution

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by TuxBrothers 20 comments

Just go to this adress:

http://www.kde-look.org/help/index.php?type=3

Or, you can just press the "How to Install" button that's next to the download button. - Nov 23 2003
Crystal 1.0 Theme for Mozilla Firebird

Various KDE 1.-4. Styles by yf12s 15 comments

Makes my desktop look more cool and consistent. It also keeps some of the (very good) original icons. One small glitch: The forward button should be green. - Nov 17 2003
sco TP

Wallpaper Other by gg3po 12 comments

Most of the "funny stuff" backgrounds are Okay, but this one is funny and also it makes a great background too! - Nov 15 2003
Fusion X Aqua

KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes by AquaFusion 22 comments

The style is spectacular. It keeps things simple while looking really cool at the same time! And the buttons look really good- one of my biggest annoyances in most styles.

The window decoration isn't that good but I have one that matches the style. - Nov 15 2003
Crystal SVG

Full Icon Themes by everaldo 132 comments

Well this Icon set is a big improvenent in looks.

The "X" logo that is there if there's no application icon actually looks good. The CDROM, Floppy, and Zip icons don't look terrible, like in most icon sets. Now I actually prefer KDE icons to Gnome ones. Keep up the good work! - Nov 15 2003
kde3 xp style

KDE 3.5 Themes by speleoalex 265 comments

First, you have to find the KDE control center program. You might have seen it in the menu, but if you haven't, open up the "Run Command" dialog box or a terminal, and then type: kcontrol

Click on "Look and Feel". Now, you can change the window decorations, icons, and style! - Nov 14 2003
kde3 xp style

KDE 3.5 Themes by speleoalex 265 comments

This theme is a pretty good imitation- though I prefer something original. This could be good for people migrating from Windows to Linux because of the My Computer and Network Neighborhood clones.

The bad is that I can't get the panel to look real- like in the first screenshot! How do you do that?

I'm not going to use this for my default theme (because I dont' like Microsoft, and I think the theme's kind of ugly anyway), but I would like to use it to play pranks! :-) - Nov 14 2003