"Photo" is a purely aesthetic window decoration for KDE Plasma.
The theme has two slightly different variants, which are "Photo" and "Photo Extended".
Note: There is no window title, buttons or resize handles. Just white borders, that make windows look like photos.
The quickest way is to find and install the theme in the System Settings Add-On Installer. To do so, open System Settings, select Application Style category, then select Window Decorations tab and click Get New Window Decorations button.
For a manual installation, you need to copy
Photo Extendeddirectories and paste them inside
~/.local/share/aurorae/themesdirectory. In fact, the System Settings Add-On Installer effectively does the same thing.
To uninstall the theme, just delete the
Photo Extendeddirectories at location mentioned above.
- Don't bother clicking the white borders, as they are outside of the window area and clicks will pass through.
- Hold Alt key (default) with left mouse button to move windows around, or with right mouse button to resize them.
- Set up some handy keyboard shortcuts for closing, hiding and maximizing windows, e.g. Meta+X, Meta+H, Meta+M.