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Re: Bluecurve style: announcing QSimpleStyle

Uh... you didn't accidentally assume "I have" = "I designed", did you?

At any rate, I meant in Fedora, because Klearlooks is the KDE equivalent of 
Clearlooks, which is what Fedora is using as default in GNOME.  I notice that 
generally, it does a good job of unifying the appearance of programs (though 
I am mainly a KDE user, I use GTK+ programs as well, so it's nice to have a 
setup like Bluecurve/QtCurve/*looks to keep the programs looking the same).

On Tuesday, March 20, 2007 3:45 pm Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Kelly wrote:
> > To be entirely honest, IMO the default for KDE should be Klearlooks for
> > the widgets at least.  I have a really effective Dekorator theme which
> > makes KDE windows look like GNOME/Clearlook windows, too...
> If you are serious about this proposal, you should work with the KDE SIG
> and discuss this in the periodical meetings they have. A default theme
> is something that should be taken very seriously since it affects the
> look and feel, quality etc. At the minimum it should atleast be
> available in the Fedora repository. We are very near the feature freeze
> for Fedora 7 too.
> Rahul

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