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Month: January 2014

RE: [trinity-users] Nice TDE screenshots

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2014 17:48:06 -0600
>> It occurs to me that we already have several default-settings
>> metapackages
>> for Debian/Ubuntu; perhaps we should find a way to allow users such as
>> yourself to create/maintain new default-settings files for use on
>> multiple
>> distributions?  This way we could offer several different styles right
>> out
>> of the box with minimal user effort/knowledge required to select
>> something
>> close to what they want.
>> The only question is, what is the best way to do this?  The built in TDE
>> theme control panel is not powerful enough AFAIK, and the packaging
>> systems are all distro-specific.
>> Tim
> I'm happy to hear that you can all use the settings you want! That is
> great!
> Tim, the theme control panel is already very powerful and complete.
> If one day you get some time to try my PCLinuxOS LiveCD, you will be able
> to try the little Zenity script I made to switch between stock theme and
> the theme I use. The icon is on the desktop.
> The theme manager do 95% of the job and for the rest of it, I made some
> step-by-step Zenity pop-ups to tell the user what to do to finish the rest
> of the customization.
> If you are interested in it, I can prepare a folder containing everything
> that is needed to get that theme. The only thing to do is to put it in :
> /opt/trinity/share/apps/kthememanager/themes/
> and package the KFaenza icon theme with TDE.
> Can I start a ''bug'' with that?

Yes, please do.  Just be sure to mark it as "Needs Packaging".