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Re: Re: Providing im
Mar 4 2008  on content Domino

That's cool, im glad im getting some feedback, i already hacked the progressbar humbly so now it has better contrast. Also I changed the DarkColor function so if you choose the option "Draw Toolbar buttons as buttons" the effect of being a pressed button is more visible , also it works for headers.

Also, is there any way for you to upload the code as in sourceforge or soemthing so ppl can upload their work or at least, to not have to wait for a release in order to see the improvements?

Thanks again

Providing images
Mar 4 2008  on content Domino

It would be really really nice if the author of the style can provide the images, like the scrollbars, the buttons, the progressbars, the text fields, so one can edit them..

Dec 26 2007  on content Domino Mockup

I made a few changes myself too, but i don't think an screenshot will actually show them so i will try to resume here:

1) A baghira-like progressbar
2) Pushed/selected/active buttons are more visible [especially if you choose to draw toolbar as buttons.
3) Some stuff has been patched such as the cursor behavoir in the selected text.
4) some gradients fixed

Now, i don't like that much 1px borders since they are a little bit hard to resize, you can try 2, or maybe allow to user to configure them.

I would love to see your code, instead of posting the image it would be nice if you can post a patch, if yuou like i can send to you my patch and combine things togheter.

Best regards

Wonderfull but ...
Dec 12 2007  on content Baghira

I love mac osX themes i think they are the nicest and baghira is the most osX alike style that exists but its just ugly.
If you see all the elements are pixmaps and they look horrible nomatter what resolution you use (i use 1440x900). Even the arrow buttons look horrible one can see the pixels and the button constrast make it worse.

If you look at style such as domino you will see a lot of difference since most of it elements are drawed and don't use pixmaps. Scrollbars for example looks horrible in baghira and the tabs too.

Textboxes are not rounded and even if you happen to manage that, if you use pixmaps some of them will have ugly corners (due to scale).

Even the buttons of the comboboxes are ugly and they are too big (as icons). Other styles provide a way to adjust the height of the buttons but there is no way in baghira (if we can strech the buttons they will look better)

So, its wonderfull that you guys make a trully remarkable imitation of OSX but the design is really poor

Best Regars

Re: Re: About progre
Dec 10 2007  on content Domino

the name of the program is qembed.

I think this shows that is always nice to provide the images so one can make some adjustenments instead of redrawing.

About progressbars
Dec 3 2007  on content Domino

I saw a lot of request to change the color of the progressbar, so i decided to give a little help.

If you download the sources, you can check the file domino/data.h and look for

static const QRgb progressTile_data[] = {

the contents is generated by qembed program, (for info man qembed).

So if you want to change the texture, or just put a color, you can create a png image and then convert it with qembed then replace the hexcodes of that variable with the generated by qembed and then you get a new progressbar


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