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QTStep Aqua

  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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QTStep Aqua
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QTStep Aqua
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Downloads:  721
Submitted:  Mar 22 2016
Updated:  Jun 9 2016

Description:

I know there are already lots of Aqua themes, but heres another one anyway. Inspired by the WindowMaker/GNUStep look. Requires the QtCurve engine (Qt and GTK2).




Changelog:

0.2:
Initial release, based on QTStep

0.3:
-made button drop shadow a bit lighter
-disabled slider color fill
-removed 3d lightborder from progress bars
-changed group box frame
-changed indication of default button
-disabled force kde icons on gtk applications (this didn't work as intended, it forced oxygen icons regardless of actual kde icon theme)
-added wallpaper

0.4:
-removed drop shadow from buttons
-increased 3d highlight shade
-made inverted gradients less pronounced
-changed indication style of default button
-changed focus indication to standard (dotted)
-updated teal color scheme
-updated wallpaper

0.5:
-changed aqua gradients to match the ones from the plain theme in brightness
-changed separator style to fading line




LicenseCreative Commons by-nc-sa
(QTStep Aqua Theme)
(QTStep Teal Color Scheme)
(QTStep WMaker Color Scheme)
(QTStep ThinkPad Color Scheme)
(QtCurve Engine)
(Wallpaper)
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 How to install?

 
 by Linux4Pharmacy on: Apr 7 2016
 
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Linux4PharmacyLinux4Pharma cy
University of Athens

Looks nice. How to install? (new to KDE, openSUSE Tumbleweed, plasma 5)


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 Re: How to install?

 
 by abgr on: Apr 7 2016
 
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1) install the qtcurve engine (see link, probably it's available in the package repository for opensuse, just search for qtcurve)

2) go to System Settings > Application Appearance > Style, choose 'QtCurve' as Widget style, then 'Configure...', then, in the QtCurve Configuration, choose 'Import...' and add the style

3) go to System Settings > Workspace Appearance > Window Decorations, choose 'QtCurve' there as well


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 Re: Re: How to install?

 
 by Linux4Pharmacy on: Apr 7 2016
 
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Linux4PharmacyLinux4Pharma cy
University of Athens

Nice, I'll try again!


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 Re: Re: Re: How to install?

 
 by Linux4Pharmacy on: Apr 27 2016
 
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Linux4PharmacyLinux4Pharma cy
University of Athens

I managed to use it, very nice and old school, but in window decorations there isn't any qtcurve style. I am stuck with the breeze window decoration :/ What should I do?


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