Plasma Themes

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This one resembles KDE 3 with kicker. so, for the 'classic' fans, it helps.

This plasma theme is intended to be used with:

1. QtCurve Soft Metal Style ->http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Soft+Metal?content=120867
2. Kubuntu Hardy Color Scheme ->http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Kubuntu+Hardy?content=86507

Just a theme which try to really adjust to the style+color.

p.s., I don't know how to work with 'svg' images, so, until i know how to 'manipulate' the 'tasks.svgz', can't make it better.

I don't know how to change the 'outline/highlight' of buttons with Karbon (koffice 2.3beta1) or with inkscape. need to read about that.

till then, have fun!
Last changelog:

10 years ago

1.0: initial release, suitable for all silvery styles.

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10 years ago

1.0: initial release, suitable for all silvery styles.

product-maker e1nste1n Nov 04 2011 9 excellent
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To install Appimages from Appimagehub via CLI use appimage-cli-tool.
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If you are a developer who is interested to easily build appimages from your code repo, read the guide here.

Plasma Themes

Plasma Themes are for the main elements of the DE, like Panel, Menu, etc.

Read more about how to do Plasma Themes here: