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Configuraţie Workspace/Configuraţie Desktop

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Schimbând Aspectul

Dând Teme Desktop-ului

Pagina de configurare Plasma FAQ vă spune unde să găsiţi noi teme pentru Plasma Desktop-ul dumneavoastră, şi cum să le instalaţi.

Dând teme Software-ului Non-KDE

Primul lucru care trebuie văzut este secţia SystemSettings -> Appearance -> GTK+ Appearance - acolo puteţi selecta Use my KDE fonts in GTK+ Applications.

Puteţi de asemenea folosi QtCurve pentru a face aplicaţiile GTK să folosească stilul curent Qt/KDE. Intrucţiuni despre cum să-l instalaţi şi să-l folosiţi pentru Kubuntu (doar scăpaţi de specificul apt-get şi folosiţi pachetul de manager GUI de distribuţie în loc de linia de comandă Ubuntu) poate fi găsit here.Vă rugăm să vă consultaţi distribuţia pentru pachete.

Dând teme Aplicaţiilor KDE să arate precum aplicaţiile GTK

Since Qt 4.5 release, there is support for gtk themes for Qt GUI styles. In most distributions this will be available from KDE software version 4.3.

Making Qt applications share the color scheme of KDE4 applications

Some applications (Qt4 applications) running under KDE4 do not share the same color scheme as KDE4 applications, have an odd background color, or have white text on white buttons, etc. If you change the palette/color scheme in System Settings -> Appearance -> Colors, the Qt applications you have running become the correct color, but change back once they are restarted.

Solution You may have a leftover .kde folder from KDE3 in your home directory, and Qt looks at it first instead of the .kde4 settings folder. You can either rename or remove the .kde/share/config/kdeglobals file, which will cause Qt to use the .kde4/share/config/kdeglobals file instead. The next time a KDE3 application is started, it will regenerate the .kde/share/config/kdeglobals file, and will use the default KDE3 theme and colors, but will not affect the Qt applications colors.

Title Bar Buttons

Open System Settings -> Appearance, and select Windows, and take a look on the Button tab. Here you can customise the buttons in the title bar. '?', '_' and the square represent the What's this?, minimise, and maximise buttons. 'H' is a spacer. One or more can be added as desired. Your version may also have a circle - this is the ring of a radio button, the setting for showing windows in all desktops.

You can re-arrange them as you prefer. Left-handed people, for instance, may prefer to align the controls from the left, instead of from the right.


Desktop Effects

Using KDE Desktop Effects

The use of Desktop Effects is controlled by KWin. You can see more information about them on the KWin page.

Using Compiz with Plasma Desktop

Install compiz. Open System Settings, choose the Session Manager module in the Advanced tab, choose compiz in the Window Manager combobox and restart your desktop.

Sound Problems


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