I originally intended to make a New Years package of KDM and Ksplash themes but the background image was to intensly vibrant in the varying hues of blue to make it come out right. The hues are so intense that the background image uses more memory than normal. Even making my screen shots 640X400 did not allow me to upload them here so a couple are 600X375 to meet the 300kb limit.
This theme goes back to the more traditional default blue look of KDE and should please some traditionalists in that aspect.
As I stated when I posted the ksplash package of this theme it was the hardest one I have ever done due to the background picture. I actually spent less time making the KDM theme than I did on the Ksplash theme. The background picture posed a unique challenge in layout design as I did not want any element unduly interfering with the overall effect of the background itself. I believe I did achieve that goal.
Now to the attributes:
This is a complete system theme package put together from various packages at www.kde-look.org, and a background I got off the Internet. I as the packager only cleaned up and fixed small issues. I did create the KDM and Ksplash packages using existing works but none of the artwork is mine. The clock Icons in both are made from actual images of clocks. (Yes the warped faced clocks really do exist.) I created the Icons from the actual pictures using the GIMP. The following elements from kde-look.org were used to create this package:
Crystal Diamond Icon Set packaged by manowarlord. Please see his description for this Icon set at:
Background Wallpaper from a free wallpaper collection site. No artist or photographer name given.
Kickoff buttons are the Light Blue buttons from kabob's "Blue and Charcoal" KBFX Button set. Converted by me for use with Kickoff and set to 52 Pixels high.
Ksplash Screen is by me
KDM theme is by me
The Icons used in both the KDM and Ksplash screen were made by me using actual pictures of real clocks.
Panel Wallpaper is from kabob's "Blue and Charcoal" KBFX Button set.
Cursors are the BlueShineyCursors by Dunkelstern
(View the README file in the archive for important information concerning the cursor set.)
9 years ago
Changed download link since RapidShare was sending a corrupted file.
Fixed Broken Link as BestSharing is no longer existent