Flatcurve

KDE 3.x Window Decorations

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This is Flatcurve, native KDE window decoration based on RedHat's Bluecurve. I plan to add some features as well as fix few obvious bugs, for the next release.
Last changelog:

16 years ago

version 0.2
initial release

ermannobonifazi

15 years ago

showed? In suse 9.0 professional. Compiled, Installed, no errors but how I can choose now your windows manager. It's not listed in themes.

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standsolid

16 years ago

so this is "based" on bluecurve?

funny...

ftp://ftp.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/distributions/contrib/texstar/linux/distributions/mandrake/9.0/rpms/freecurve-artwork-0.47-1tex.i586.rpm

hmm...

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Racoonzz

16 years ago

bluecurve

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blub

16 years ago

I am using flatcurve for a week and it crash 2 times.

My window decoration disapears and i can not : move,close, .. any window.

It's only with your theme

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ariya

16 years ago

It would be good if you can tell me how I can reproduce the crash. And also, please provide additional info like distribusion, compiler version, KDE version.

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blub

16 years ago

sorry that i didn't give you that info.

I don't know the precise reason when it crashes !
It just happens sometimes :-(

Because Linux is my main OS i am now changing to a other (stable) window decoration.

My system :
KDE 3.1 rc5
Gentoo with kernel 2.4.19-gentoo-r10
gcc 3.04

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snakattak3

16 years ago

this looks really good for a native window decoration. Keep up the good work.

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yglodt

16 years ago


Very nice ! I like it. I like bluecurve aswell, but this seems cleaner and you don't need to
search all redhat.com.
I even think it should go into cvs! Keep up the work!

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thebanzai

16 years ago

Why doesn't *anybody* like bluecurve...?

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pippi

16 years ago

hi,

i do not like bluecurve because it steels kde's look much of the "brilliance" it normally has to match the look of gnome and that is a think i do not want to have to look to on my desktop.

the fashion-thing is based in the hacks themselves, but this is not what i was meaning when i said "don't like bluecurve".

The real bluecurve -theme looks "flat", "old" and this is boring, i think.

/pippi

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thebanzai

16 years ago

Well, I can't resist using Mosfet's liquid either. I still think that bluecurve is the best gtk-theme around, though.

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dle

16 years ago

...among experienced users to say you don't like Bluecurve. Although there may be legitimate reasons, too -- I don't know -- I haven't tried it yet.

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PARENA

16 years ago

Personally, I don't like BlueCurve. But you did make a great lookalike, so you're getting a "Good" vote from me. Heh, just because I don't like it doesn't mean it's bad. :)

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ariya

16 years ago

Not really lookalike since it's derived from Bluecurve. But hope I can make it a bit different after next release :-)

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pippi

16 years ago

hi!

i just downloaded your piece of software, compiled and installed it. i am surprised that it looks fine, i thought that the bluecurve-look was ugly, but, hey, am i becoming a fan of it now ??

nice!

/pippi

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16 years ago

version 0.2
initial release

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