Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Box for Qt

Box's evolution continues ahead. Due to the Qt development, the main theme for Lubuntu must grow a bit more to cover more apps, devices and, of course, environments. Now it's Qt, the sub-system for the next Lubuntu desktop, but this will allow its use for KDE5 and Plasma Next. For now it's just a project, but the Dolphin file manager looks fine!


Note: this is under heavy development, no downloads for now, sorry.

12 comments:

  1. that may be the best looking Dolphin I have seen! You really do a great job Rafael!!

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  2. Los of work to be done, bu thank you very much, Israel and Phill :)

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  3. Great Work. Can I ask you a question? Are you using qtcurve or coding the style natively?

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  4. Great blog. Can you make the blog's RSS feed "full feed"?
    :-)

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  5. a version of the icons without borders or lighter borders would be very nice, imo a more flat version would be a much more actual and modern.

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  6. @Unknown, for the moment only icons. Dolphin is using GTK3 here.

    @Sam, theorically Blogger let's you choose fool feeds or just a category. Simplified using Feedly.

    @Leo, that's a matter of taste. Anyway, I'm running away the shiny things, and modifying them slowly.

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  7. It is almost two months since we read about this. Are it coming soon.

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  8. QT / Plasma support is being added slowly (more than I'd like). Don't expect a sudden release of QT support. As we add more icons the more complete it will be. I can't do it faster, sorry. Anyway, the goal for this artwork is being absolutely compatible with LXQT, not KDE itself.

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  9. I meant, not KDE "ONLY". I plan to make it work with the Dolphin desktop.

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  10. I really like this icon set! Fantastic work! Please don't remove too much shininess, and please don't make it too flat. There are so many flat themes but so few good looking non-flat ones.

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  11. Flat-ness is just a temporary trend. I don't want to make a icon theme I get tired of in just days.

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