Milkesque for Baghira

Various KDE 1.-4. Styles

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This package replaces the aqua-style of baghira with some sort of milk-looking style (see screenshots).

Check out the Readme-file for Intstructions on how to install.
Last changelog:

13 years ago

It seemed that the Milkesque-Mod didn't work anymore after Thomas added Milk to Baghira, but with this update it should work again...

added the color-scheme and baghirarc

wintersommer

14 years ago

Can you tell where to get the nice font, and what site does it have ?

URL ?

thanks

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Freddan80

14 years ago

That font is called HandelsGotD and is property font (cost money), maybe you can find it somewhere through google or extract it from some theme using it, or you could simply do the honest thing and buy it. /// Freddan

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mjxian

14 years ago

when i changed directory into baghira/deco,and run like
[email protected] ~/KDE-look/baghira-release/deco
# make

and then lots of errors occurs, such like:

baghiraclient.moc: In member function 'virtual bool Baghira::BaghiraClient::qt_property(int, int, QVariant*)':
baghiraclient.moc:355: error: 'KDecoration' has not been declared
baghiraclient.cc: In member function 'virtual bool Baghira::BaghiraFactory::reset(long unsigned int)':
baghiraclient.cc:348: warning: control reaches end of non-void function
make[1]: *** [baghiraclient.lo] 错误 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/root/KDE-look/baghira-release/deco'
make: *** [all-recursive] 错误 1


why these errors occured and how to fix it,please?

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steem

14 years ago

I tried to install this theme, but i don´t know what to do :(
I use kde 3.3 and a suse distribution. The folders mentionet in the readme doesn´t exist on my computer.
A better, more detailed, readme file would be a great help!

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Freddan80

14 years ago

You have to replace those files in the source, unpack the tarball and replace the pixmaps.h under the style and deco folder en then recompile it.

Another solution is a enhanced milkystyle now intergrated in baghira cvs, it really looks beutiful. /// Freddan

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steem

14 years ago

i don´t have a pixmaps.h file at all on my computer, except the one i have downloaded.
and i don´t have the baghira theme too, because it gives me an error while config.
I really don´t know how to manage that :(
But i don´t know very much about compiling and this stuff.

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bonafide

14 years ago

First you need to download baghira. Without baghira it won't work...

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sewagemaster

14 years ago

how do you remove the line that divides the title bar and the menu bar?

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bonafide

14 years ago

Set "Titleshadow Intensity" of your window decoration to "0" (either with kcontrol or bab) in order to get rid of that border.

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overpeer

14 years ago

Is great!! I always use baghira without stipples, but this look is still better :O

What font are you using?? I like it too much!

Regards!

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Superstoned

14 years ago

maybe you can ask the baghira author (thomas) to add these things to baghira? it would be easier for those just using the packages from their distributors...

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thomas12777

14 years ago

seen my post above?
try cvs or wait for 0.7a - soon ;)

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Superstoned

14 years ago

tnx thomas! you're doing a great job!

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ChristianNickel

14 years ago

Congratulations...looks very nice!
But what is the font name in your menu bar?

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bonafide

14 years ago

Thanks, it's HandelGotD

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Freddan80

14 years ago

Hmm where did my previous post go?

I finally got this theme installed, I put the pixmap.h files where you specified inside the baghira cvs /style/deco and run make, make install, looking nice :).

But how do you get your windowlist that way, whatever I do I seem to get a white line between the list and the actuall window and they doesn't seem to flow togheter as they did in your screenshot. /// Freddan

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Freddan80

14 years ago

Sorry I misspelled, I have a blackish separatorline between the windowlist and the actual window (not a white one). My question is how did you manage to remove that one. Thanks for any help provided. /// Freddan

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bonafide

14 years ago

Set "Titleshadow Intensity" of your window decoration to "0" (either with kcontrol or bab) in order to get rid of that border.

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Freddan80

14 years ago

Thanks dude, looks lovely :). /// Freddan

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Freddan80

14 years ago

The same as for me, can't find any pixmaps to copy over. I'm using a cvsbuild. /// Freddan

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linmain

14 years ago

hi!
your great mockup doesn't work with my baghira 0.7 as there isn't any pixmaps.h file. does i have to use baghira cvs?

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linmain

14 years ago

so, i downloaded the cvsand it doesn't have that file too

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linmain

14 years ago

although i dont have any experience with beghira, but are you sure that the files hasn't to be named "bitmaps.h"?

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bonafide

14 years ago

No, it's pixmaps.h
It should be located in baghira/style and baghira/deco. If it really isn't, I'm sorry... try to use kfind.

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emannigol

14 years ago

You don't have permission to access /cswb/Milkesque/Milkesque.kcsrc on this server.

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13 years ago

It seemed that the Milkesque-Mod didn't work anymore after Thomas added Milk to Baghira, but with this update it should work again...

added the color-scheme and baghirarc

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