On 02/18/2011 06:25 PM, David C. Rankin wrote: > All, > > I have a number of kde3 themes (and emerald themes) that I have created over > the years that I'm happy to give to trinity if there is any interest in > collecting them. Here is an example of a BlackGold (dark) theme that I have > updated in Trinity: > > [165k] > http://www.3111skyline.com/dl/dt/trinity/ss/dcrTrinityBlackGold.jpg > > The theme uses keramic style and a dark color scheme: > > http://www.3111skyline.com/dl/dt/trinity/cfg/color-schemes/dcrTrinityBlackGold.kcsrc > > (you may have to adjust the gold depending on monitor brightness :) I have a kateschemarc entry that schemes the kate/kwrite/quanta editor window the same as the blackgold color scheme. Just edit your ~/.kde3/share/config/kateschemarc and add the following section: [dcrBlackGold] Color Background=16,18,20 Color Highlighted Bracket=228,180,94 Color Highlighted Line=23,26,29 Color Icon Bar=113,113,112 Color Line Number=167,167,167 Color MarkType1=228,180,94 Color MarkType2=255,0,0 Color MarkType3=255,255,0 Color MarkType4=255,0,255 Color MarkType5=160,160,164 Color MarkType6=0,255,0 Color MarkType7=255,0,0 Color Selection=47,87,133 Color Tab Marker=115,115,115 Color Template Background=204,204,204 Color Template Editable Placeholder=204,255,204 Color Template Focused Editable Placeholder=102,255,102 Color Template Not Editable Placeholder=255,204,204 Color Word Wrap Marker=76,76,76 Font=DejaVu Sans Mono,8,-1,5,50,0,0,0,0,0 Then in kate: Settings -> Configure Kate -> Fonts & Colors, choose 'Schema;' dcrBlackGold 'Default schema for Kate:' dcrBlackGold. You will then just need to set your Normal Text Styles: 'Normal' to something like 'EEEEEE' or whatever suits your taste. The schema is set the same way for kwrite and Quanta+. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.