Fwd: Nodoka Window Decoration for KDE
ljuwaida at fedoraproject.org
Sun Nov 4 20:53:58 UTC 2007
Sure, I don't mind it being called nodoka-kwin-theme.
I'll add myself to the gitnodoka group, and wait for your response.
I just tried changing the inactive title bar color in the color theme, and
that actually changed the color of the inactive title bar, I'll try to
fiddle with that tomorrow.
On 11/5/07, Martin Sourada <martin.sourada at seznam.cz> wrote:
> Hi Laith,
> On Sun, 2007-11-04 at 21:05 +0100, Laith Juwaidah wrote:
> > Humm...
> > That wasn't as helpful as I expected it to be...
> > I can't use that to create this theme 'cause it is partially
> > transparent...
> Of course... he took the screenshot with compiz/beryl enabled...
> > I know the hover and click effects work fine, the inactive title bar
> > grays out now, however, it becomes a bit darker than the original
> > theme.
> > I don't know how I can increase the height... Are you using Beryl or
> > Compiz? Try disabling that, that might help remove the shadows and the
> > transparency, that's when I can use those screen shots to create my
> > theme :P
> I am content with it as a start. As for the height, it is as I wanted it
> at first, however the gnome font setting are such that the height is
> bigger. If you'd like it to be same, just adjust the font settings. Do
> you want me to create a new component (are you OK with nodoka-kwin-theme
> for its name?) at the nodoka upstream git repository? I can also give
> you rights to write there, but you'll need to add yourself to gitnodoka
> group at the fedora accounts system.
> Oh, just in case, the colouring of the win title should be done
> according to qt theme, the focused colour is derived from colour for
> selected items and the unfocused colour is derived from colour for
> insensitive background. You can look into the metacity theme for exact
> values .
> Thanks for your efforts,
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