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KDE 3.x Window Decorations 139 comments

Score 50.0%
Mar 02 2003
Make sure you use:

./configure --prefix=/opt/kde3

That's for SuSE, if you have another distro use the path where kde3 is installed. Then just:

make
make install

That's it (was for me). - Feb 21 2003

You need:

libart_lgpl-2.3.10-75
libart_lgpl-devel-2.3.10-75

Packages or their equivalent in your distro. My distro is SuSE 8.1 I got those packages from the LinuKS download page (where you download kde 3.1) libart_lgpl-2.3.10-75 is in the base packages, and the other one in the development packages. The packages that come with the installation CDS in SuSE 8.1 are older and won't let you compile KWinAcqua, so download and install those packages. It worked for me and I had the same problem as you. It's very cool!!! - Feb 21 2003
sort of aqua

Ice-WM Themes 8 comments

by Frank
Score 50.0%
Sep 13 2001
Is it possible to round the top corners of the windows ala OS X? I tried to do it but it didn't work right. It would look fine, but when you moved the window the transparency around the rounded corner would keep what was behind it in the background. Minimizing and restoring would fix it but as soon as you moved it again, the same thing happened. The corners where xpm images. I'm not sure I'm making sense here. - Oct 09 2001
Is it possible to round the top corners of the windows ala OS X? I tried to do it but it didn't work right. It would look fine, but when you moved the window the transparency around the rounded corner would keep what was behind it in the background. Minimizing and restoring would fix it but as soon as you moved it again, the same thing happened. The corners where xpm images. I'm not sure I'm making sense here. - Oct 09 2001
Is it possible to round the top corners of the windows ala OS X? I tried to do it but it didn't work right. It would look fine, but when you moved the window the transparency around the rounded corner would keep what was behind it in the background. Minimizing and restoring would fix it but as soon as you moved it again, the same thing happened. The corners where xpm images. I'm not sure I'm making sense here. - Oct 09 2001