Crystal Clear
Icon Themes
Description:

Dear KDE Folks,

I have the pleasure to announce the new phase of Crystal Icon Theme that from now on will be called Crystal Clear. There are a lot of changes! Hundreds of new icons, support to the most known KDE games, and a lot of new things. The design style also was improved and updated to be more competitive with the market operational systems as well as the upcoming systems. I hope you like it!

As always I would like to thank some important people:

1- All the KDE users that always have supported my work and make my working nights really worth.
2- Linspire for the financial support of this project (you may not believe, but I have to eat so I keep living).
3- Nullmid, RELIO owner that kindly host online my projects.
4- God, for have gave me life and make all things possible.

Everaldo
Last changelog:

9 years ago

This version was discontinued, To get Updates please find by Crystal Project.

bushwakko

11 years ago

...there is no god! :P

the theme was nice though.

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SouthernCross79

11 years ago

That's nice. Some people say there's no gravity either.

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dipankarbd

11 years ago

I use linux Fedora core-4.

How can i install "Clear Style
Decoration" in my linux.

please help me..

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hellblade

11 years ago

In order to install it you must compile it. You do this with the following commands (after unpacking it somewhere and cd'ing there):
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make -f Makefile.cvs
./configure
make
make install
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Note: the 'make install' step requires root privileges.

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yll

10 years ago

in order to install you must got automake 1.6... it doesn't exit for kubuntu dapper drake.

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cseaton

11 years ago

I love the crystal clear theme, but one thing that annoys me is that the icons don't look right on a small sized kicker. The theme automatically uses the 16x16 icons instead of the 22x22 which would look much better (especially since the system tray uses larger icons still). Is this a bug in the theme, or is there a way to force it to use the larger icons when using a small kicker?

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jeremeybyers

10 years ago

Hi, I had the same annoyance, but a simple solution was to go to Control Center-->Desktop-->Panels, and then increase the size of your panel to 38 Pixels (you must first choose "Custom" in the drop down menu for size)

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troyme

11 years ago

very good , I so like it and introduce it to my friends

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MMax

11 years ago

The icon "folder_locked" in 16x16 size is missing. Could you please add it? It's getting disturbing in konqueror.

Thank you for this great icon set :D

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bluefox

11 years ago

hi, first of all i want to excuse me for my english.

This is really a nice theme. but if i try to compile it i get this error

checking for X... configure: error: Can't find X includes. Please check your installation and add the correct paths!

my distribution is kubuntu.

has anybody a idea??
thank you

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Aectann

11 years ago

See ./configure --help and add option with Xlibs and headers path (like this: --x11libsdir=PATH(its only example :-))

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mastermind

11 years ago

A very nice theme you've built there.

One point, though: could it be there is no icon for Quanta anymore? I tried to apply a new icon via the "Preferences" dialog, but I couldn't see a logo for Quanta.

Also, a "find . -iname *quanta*" had no success. :-( Is there a chance there will be a Quanta icon in Crystal Clear?

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mesman00

11 years ago

hi, i try to run "./configure" to install the crystal clear KDE style but i get the message
"bash: ./configure: No such file or directory"
sure enough, there is not "configure" file within the directory. there is a "configure.files" file, and if try to run "./configure.files" i get a permission denied error. is this KDE style available for all distros? or can it only be used for certain ones? is there another way i am supposed to install this? in the install directions it says to run "./configure" from the directory, but as you have seen, that won't work becuase the "configure" file doesn't actuall exist. any help? thanks.

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RobbiK

11 years ago

Try this

cd to source-dir
make -f Makefile.cvs
./configure (if it fails try with prefix, e.g.: ./configure --prefix='/usr/kde/3.5')
make
make install (as root)

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pgk

11 years ago

I get an error that my automake is too recent:
user@test:~/Documents/Other/Themes/KDE/marlin_build_los-linspireclear-style-1> make -f Makefile.cvs
This Makefile is only for the CVS repository
This will be deleted before making the distribution

*** YOU'RE USING automake (GNU automake) 1.9.6.
*** KDE requires automake 1.6
make[1]: *** [cvs] Error 1
make: *** [all] Error 2
phillip@northwood:~/Documents/Other/Themes/KDE/marlin_build_los-linspireclear-style-1> unsermake -f Makefile.cvs
This Makefile is only for the CVS repository
This will be deleted before making the distribution

Any way to force it? I am using SuSE 10.0 which does not have automake-1.6.

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nula

11 years ago

the same f.. problem!

Could anyone help?

Why there is not comon configure script?

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Eagle3386

11 years ago

OK guys, this is what you need to do:

1. Open the "cvs.sh" inside the "admin"-directory.

2. Go to the line which begins with "automake*1.6.*" (should be between the lines 60 and 70) and then replace the *whole* line with this:

automake*1.6.* | automake*1.9.4* ) : ;;

And that's it, so:

3. Enjoy Crystal Clear! ;) :D

4. NOTE: Maybe "1.9.4*" needs to be edited by yourself because your automake-version is 1.9.5 or something similar.. ;)

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D3k

11 years ago

You can download this theme on Mozilla Update:

Plastikfox Crystal Clear

Good luck!

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navarro

11 years ago

that theme it's only for mozilla ? nothing for firefox?

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navarro

11 years ago

Great work , simply amazing!

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grajagan

11 years ago

to install the Clear Style Decoration from source, the correct procedure is:

cd to source-dir
make -f Makefile.cvs
./configure (if an error occur, inform the kde headers location, gived by kde-config --prefix, in my case: ./configure --prefix='/usr/kde/3.4')
make
make install (as root)

it works for me.. running gentoo 2005.1
:)

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timomeinen

11 years ago

Your icons look marvelous. So I wanted to install the appropriate "Window Manager Theme". But I can't find a configure-file. How must I install the theme?

Thank you
Timo (meinen@gmx.de)

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WhiteKnight

11 years ago

I have the same problem.... :)
Any help appreciated!
And... really really great Icon and Mozilla theme!!

Cheers,

wk

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WhiteKnight

11 years ago

Just figured out how to install the window-decoration:

In the unpacked dir, type run:
makefiles -f Makefiles.cvs
and then the usual
./configure && make && make install

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venthur

11 years ago

Hi Everaldo,

thanks again for this beatiful iconset.

These icons are now official part of debian. The package is named "kde-icons-crystalclear".


Kind regards

Bastian

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9 years ago

This version was discontinued, To get Updates please find by Crystal Project.

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