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Re: Fedora's kde custom rubber band (the selection box)



On Wednesday 27 June 2007 14:40:58 Rex Dieter wrote:
> Stefan S. wrote:
> > On Fedora 7 the selection box in kde is blue (just like in gnome).
> > I'm _very_ curios how is this custom rubber band implemented? I've
> > looked in kdelibs, kdebase, kdeartwork, kde-settings,
> > redhat-artwork SRPMs (this is where I expected to find a patch) and
> > couldn't find any patch related to rubber band. Could someone tell
> > me how and where is this done?
>
> Not sure exactly to what you refer, but I'm going to guess you're
> refering to the color scheme settings,
> Kcontrol -> Appearance & Themes -> Colors
> (please correct me if I'm wrong), and these, as well as most,
> defaults are in kde-settings.



I'm referring to this: 
http://www.kde-apps.org/content/preview.php?preview=1&id=16962&file1=16962-1.png&file2=16962-2.png&file3=16962-3.png&name=Improving+KDE&PHPSESSID=fd4dea03f73fe0aa39ec671d58204e2a
Look in the upper-left corner. That's the selection box (rubber band).

You can't change it's color from Kcontrol. (at least not on a vanilla 
kde)

Here (http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=16962) you can 
find a patch which among other things add a modern semi-transparent 
rubber band to kde. What I wanted to know is how Fedora does this? I 
couldn't find any patch in those srpms.

-- 
Regards, blitz


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