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#376 2011-01-28 06:13:43

Zom
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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

Banton wrote:

patch for smoothtask was just released, thanks Zom that you reported the bug. Zom antoher question for smoothtask, it seems that not all application are supported for launchersupport. for example firefox. can you confirm that?

I can confirm it with the firefox beta. Weird.

spupy wrote:

I have no problem with firefox, apart from the fact that when not launched the launcher icon is the Konqueror icon. But I still won't use it because I can't make the launchers and the apps keep order as I tell them.

The problem with launchers reorganizing themselves is a known problem, and it's most likely a problem in the way KDE handles the launchers. It's already reported, about a month ago, and we'll see when a fix is available.

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#377 2011-01-28 09:31:43

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

Alm wrote:

Thanks smile

Also, what set of icons are you using there?

you're welcome!

is the Reflektions KDE4 icon set

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#378 2011-01-28 19:05:46

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

Trying to get used to this netbook thingy on a 24" monitor:

tNzZ5aw

Screen edges take me either to the desktop or the widget layer.


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#379 2011-01-29 00:32:48

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

Scnd101 wrote:

Failed at installing gnome shell, so I made this instead; wingpanel style big_smile
http://i.imgur.com/9BWgns.jpg

nice! what plasma theme is that?

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#380 2011-01-29 01:42:28

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

KDE4 is such a beautiful interface, it's amazing how far it has come and I seriously believe that it is the most beautiful and functional GUI there is.

Here's mine:

1. desktop1e.th.png 2. desktop2v.th.png 3. desktop3o.th.png

1 - Standard composited desktop

2 - With autohiding panel with SmoothTasks and couple extra widgets, trash, pager and application control

3 - And the seriously awesome Cover Flow alt tab effect


Arch Linux - Intel E5200 Desktop (Cinnamon 2.0) - Debian Testing - Netbook EeePC AMD C-50 (Xfce)

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#381 2011-02-01 18:49:05

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

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Last edited by boast (2011-03-17 17:16:04)


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#382 2011-02-02 22:49:34

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

anti-destin wrote:
Scnd101 wrote:

Failed at installing gnome shell, so I made this instead; wingpanel style big_smile
http://i.imgur.com/9BWgns.jpg

nice! what plasma theme is that?

One I'm working on, not released yet.

Same goes for this one:
z6ajEs.jpg

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#383 2011-02-04 19:26:51

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

toad wrote:

Trying to get used to this netbook thingy on a 24" monitor:

http://ompldr.org/tNzZ5aw

Screen edges take me either to the desktop or the widget layer.

I'm very interested in your netbook interface setup.  Could you share some more details about what themes you used etc...?

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#384 2011-02-04 20:04:00

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

I used the plain black archlinux wallpaper background but moved the logo up a little bit to make way for the interface (which cannot be moved).

icons - http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/No … ent=124571


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#385 2011-02-05 11:38:41

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

I posted it already on february screenshots thread but anyway:

PantallazoKDE_1_2_2011.jpeg

I love activities... And Ctrl+M!


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#386 2011-02-10 19:16:43

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

simply kde desktop with smooth taks
the bottom panel is autohide

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#387 2011-02-10 20:23:28

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

Madek using my wallpaper, what a honor !

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#388 2011-02-14 17:05:54

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

http://i.imgur.com/a4LKb.jpg

Pretty standard 4.6. Faenza icon theme.

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#389 2011-02-14 18:40:34

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

Scnd101 wrote:
anti-destin wrote:
Scnd101 wrote:

Failed at installing gnome shell, so I made this instead; wingpanel style big_smile
http://i.imgur.com/9BWgns.jpg

nice! what plasma theme is that?

One I'm working on, not released yet.

Same goes for this one:
http://i.imgur.com/z6ajEs.jpg

That wouldn't be the eagerly-awaited wip theme, would it? *chewing fingers in anxoius anticipation*

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#390 2011-02-19 03:03:09

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

nothing special smile
http://min.us/mvjp2Lh


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#391 2011-03-13 18:40:38

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

New KDE user, so things might still be a little standard. I'm happy with the looks tho:

tN3NxeQ


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#392 2011-03-18 12:05:42

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

Still loving minimal KDE setups ^^


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#393 2011-03-21 20:45:21

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

n/a

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#394 2011-03-22 07:10:21

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

bubblewrap456 wrote:

used to hate KDE, but now have grown to love it

http://i.imgur.com/V5xkL.jpg

How did you get that color on the clock in the tray? Mine looks butt ugly. Also if I change color, it will only affect the minutes, not the hours tongue Are you using kde-unstable?

Edit: Beautiful screenshot btw smile

Last edited by KlavKalashj (2011-03-22 07:10:43)

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#395 2011-03-22 11:24:18

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

n/a

Last edited by bubblewrap456 (2014-10-27 11:08:07)

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#396 2011-03-22 13:06:34

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

Made a video of my desktop.. purely because it was trippy neutral

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bF_HNLO5W8

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#397 2011-03-22 16:24:14

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

bubblewrap456 wrote:
KlavKalashj wrote:
bubblewrap456 wrote:

used to hate KDE, but now have grown to love it

http://i.imgur.com/V5xkL.jpg

How did you get that color on the clock in the tray? Mine looks butt ugly. Also if I change color, it will only affect the minutes, not the hours tongue Are you using kde-unstable?

Edit: Beautiful screenshot btw smile


Thank you very much! Im just downloaded kdebase-workspace.

The clock I used segoe UI bold font which is the default in Windows 7. As for the color I did white for the main and a light gray color for the shadow. Im not sure why when you change the color it only affects the minutes...for me it works fine, sometimes you need to log out and log back in to see the changes.

I hope this helps!

Thank you! I think it was a problem with the font, I used Clockopia before and the problems appeared, but now I changed to the Ubuntu font and it works as expected. Is segoe available in repos or did you copy it from a Windows 7 installation?

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#398 2011-03-22 16:36:35

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

toad wrote:

Trying to get used to this netbook thingy on a 24" monitor:

http://ompldr.org/tNzZ5aw

Screen edges take me either to the desktop or the widget layer.

Yeah, it seems kinda wonky.  I think they tied it to the controls (or perhaps the API or some such) for activities somehow; I haven't played around with it too much, but that's the impression I get.

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#399 2011-03-22 17:37:30

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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

n/a

Last edited by bubblewrap456 (2014-10-27 11:08:18)

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#400 2011-03-22 20:32:49

KlavKalashj
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Re: KDE/Plasma Screenshots

bubblewrap456 wrote:
KlavKalashj wrote:
bubblewrap456 wrote:

Thank you very much! Im just downloaded kdebase-workspace.

The clock I used segoe UI bold font which is the default in Windows 7. As for the color I did white for the main and a light gray color for the shadow. Im not sure why when you change the color it only affects the minutes...for me it works fine, sometimes you need to log out and log back in to see the changes.

I hope this helps!

Thank you! I think it was a problem with the font, I used Clockopia before and the problems appeared, but now I changed to the Ubuntu font and it works as expected. Is segoe available in repos or did you copy it from a Windows 7 installation?


I copied it from my windows installation....ive just uploaded the segoe fonts to mediafire if you want it.

http://www.mediafire.com/?v6we46vmbjwt447

Thank you very much, my clock now looks superb! smile

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