(which is not displayed in the screenshot) and adjust colors.
Wallpaper: 1 Million
What you see at the bottom of the screen is not a dock,
but a plain panel settled to be transparent and with no shadows,
with a taskbar between two spacers.
Only the taskbar has a visible background - so it mimes a dock behaviour,
expanding itself depending on the content.
All built with be.shell, in brief.
So, please, avoid stupid questions like:
"Is that docky?"
Because seriously: there's a description, read it.
...And fuck, i hate docky
The Qt Style and the File Manager are from a friend, they're not available for the public
yet, so please, don't ask about them.
They will be released once they're ready
Seriously: i will not reply to stupid questions.
Don't waste my time forcing me to write the same things, and don't waste yours asking
questions already answered.
I know, i'm an asshole, and i'm ok with this.
KDE/Qt has really gone a long way. Great job!
When this hack is enabled from the style settings
the decoration button are painted on part of the toolbar.
Also, the style checks whether the toolbuttons are settled
on "icon-only". If true, and if the space available is enough,
then it also add the title of the window.
Of course, the decoration is hidden, but the shadows are still
used. This works just on UNO windows ( where the toolbar is
placed below the titlebar), the non-UNO ones still display
Qt Style that a friend of mine is currently
And it's not publicly available yet, sorry.
if that's what you're running
Only side note: CSD are not yet supported for Qt5, while
translucent background is brocken.
First step, cloning the source:
git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/styleproject/code styleproject-code
For the next part, the deps vary according to your distro (might be you'll need qt & kde devel
packages, and extra-cmake-modules)
building for Qt5:
mkdir qt5Build && cd qt5Build
For Qt4, we just create a separate build:
mkdir build && cd build
Then you can select styleproject as qt style and eventually DSP (that's the deco name)
as kwin decoration
To understand how to edit the config, refer to the official wiki.
(at least it's better than my german).
I'll change the whole icon theme too,
probably, after lagadesk made me notice
some inconsistencies within the original
Breeze (breaking my heart)
As for the moment it doesn't work on plasma
(but could work, it's just that no one implemented this).
The problem in plasma is with the spacers, or maybe
with icon-only-task-manager. Probably, the most
efficent way to workaround this issue is to create an
new plasmoid, or to patch the existing one, to use
all the width available.
OFC i assume you created a panel that takes all the
horizontal space, placed the icon only taskbar between
two spacers and saw that it's not working
As you can see the entrie "Icon=dlphn" referred to the path and the icon name, in this example the dolphin icon and style.css file are into the same folder ....
About the Qt-style, it isn't that transparent, or can it be tweaked?
It's easier to customize, as it allows almost pixelprecision
within the theme file. Ok, it's not exactly easier, but it gives
you more control
Yes, the Qt style transparency can be tweaked, so you can
have 100% transparent windows or 100% opaque ones
Very nice. Extremely Mac-like, too.
I wonder how the CSD is done, is it all by Qtstyle, or does it need some in-app patchs? I see title between the buttons, so I assume there's some smart function.
I wish I had such a beautiful and consistent enviroment, and with an as perfect as it looks behavior.
on the toolbar, only when the UNO condition is satisfied
(toolbar below the titlebar). Then it can also paint the title
if the toolbuttons are in icon-only mode and there's enough
space available. No app-specific patches then
Thanks! Well, the Qt Style will be released once ready,
so it's just a matter of time ( keep an eye on qt-apps.org )
Not because of somekinda-secret that i promised to not share
because ninjas would track me down and cut my head off.
Nope, it's just because i'm not good with C++ and it's still hard
for me to understand the code