On 05/06/2011 09:53 PM, Calvin Morrison wrote: > On 4 May 2011 19:53, Tiago Marques<tiagomnm@...> wrote: >> On Thu, May 5, 2011 at 12:12 AM, /dev/ammo42<mickeytintincolle@...> >> wrote: >>> >>>> I would toss out the idea that we take a look at using the current >>>> background with crystal windeco and keramik style as the default. It >>>> would turn a lot of heads out of the box and really give TDE a much >>>> different default look than KDE (a much improved look -- in my >>>> opinion)<snip> >>> I don't think using the default style of KDE 3.1 would give TDE a much >>> different default look than KDE :D >>> IMHO I would suggest defaulting to QtCurve or Domino (with a light >>> colorscheme, not the default grey one), but I don't know if they are >>> integrated now. >> >> +1 for a lighter color scheme. Even one like openSUSE, slightly yellow, is a >> lot nicer all around. >> Will try QtCurve, seems quite nice. > > Has anyone looked into how to make themes for Trinity? I couldn't find > any docs about KDE3.5 but I'd love to tinker around with some of these > themes. > > Thanks > Calvin Morrison > Calvin, I recall there being a couple of pages at techbase.kde.org or in the tutorials there. I think the kde3 docs are still up. I do recall an explanation of the theme elements, etc.. but I have no specifics committed to memory. Heck, if we could just get the CMake files for crystal window decorations done -- I'd be happy :) -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.