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Joe Joe Crollard
Domino 0.4 KDE 3.5 Themes
405 comments
Score 74%
74 Likes
26 Dislikes
Feb 16 2007
for some reason, on museeq..the tabs do not display correctly with this style. They have no text..or real gradient. You basically can barely see them..and you definitely can't read them.

museeq is here: www.museek-plus.org

With any other style it works fine.

Hopefully this can be looked into.

thanks! Apr 09 2007
Landscape Paintings 3.2.3 Various KDE 1.-4. Styles
7 comments
Score 39%
39 Likes
61 Dislikes
Sep 08 2006
I happen to like this,..alot. Great job. Oct 30 2006
Prototype 1.0 Kbfx Startmenu
7 comments
Score 69%
69 Likes
31 Dislikes
May 20 2007
Oh my gawd, a good kbfx theme *shocked*. This is nice! Oct 30 2006
Dark Wicca 0.1 KDE 3.5 Themes
11 comments
Score 53%
53 Likes
47 Dislikes
Mar 08 2008
Not alot of Pagan stuff around here. This is really cool, especially the background. Thanks! Oct 30 2006
skMoonPhases 0.1 Karamba & Superkaramba
7 comments
Score 53%
53 Likes
47 Dislikes
Sep 10 2005
same problem here as well. Anyone?? Sep 26 2006
KBFX Silk (KBFX 0.4.9.3.1) 0.4.9.3.1 Various KDE 1.-4. Stuff
613 comments
Score 70%
70 Likes
30 Dislikes
Mar 05 2008
Cool, the new menu is extremely impressive. One thing though, as someone stated above, not all of the programs get put into the menu automatically. I think kbfx should read subdirectories too, so it finds all of the programs that the normal menu has. This seems to be a big problem for a lot of people..no menu items!

-Joe Apr 21 2006
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[KCrash handler]
#4 0xb74a601f in QGListIterator::QGListIterator ()
from /usr/lib/libqt-mt.so.3
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#53 0x080572c1 in ?? () Jan 26 2006
no, same problem =( Jan 26 2006
I just installed the newest version..would love to try out the new menu. However, when I go to the kcontrol module to configure it...it closes and I get a "program crash" error. I just installed this, so maybe I need to restart. I will try that now. Jan 26 2006
Are you guys mental, dyslexic, or just plain ignorant? For one, if you don't want something that looks like 'windows'..good for you. Quit clicking on this link. Secondly, this vista theme is ONE THEME. You know, theme..hence the word theme. www.dictionary.com. Look up theme.

KBFX is themable *gasp..the word again* and can look however you want it to. This is definitely no windows rip off...so stop complaining.

On another note, I think the current kde menu is messy, unorganized, and boring. Hell, the windows xp menu is more functional and better looking. Oh, and the kde menu button..don't even get me started. It doesn't even stand out. New users wouldn't even know what to click. I'm not saying that KDE isn't amazing...it is. I'd rather look at kde over windows XP any day. Way cleaner and nicer...but that isn't the point.

..as I always say...Windows isn't bad in every aspect. The GUI isn't bad...and the menu is certaintly good IMO. There is absolutely nothing wrong with taking good ideas from windows, bettering them and using them to our advantage. This 'it looks like windows...flee!' mentality is seriously going to keep linux as barberic as possible. If you want to look at a console all day long, good for you...you do that, but stop trying to make linux degress rather than progress. Dec 29 2005
how does one get all of their programs in the new menu? I didnt quite get what you said =o Nov 10 2005
Much better sollution than tabs! Looks better too. I'm starting to really like it now.

Suggestion: ALlow the left frame to resize automatically (in proportion with the folder text), For example, I have crossover office, and it makes a folder in the menu called 'Windows_Applications". The left size is too narrow..so "Windows_Applications" gets cut off.

Also: For some reason..when I click on the menu button again (after clicking it).., the menu will not go away. It just reopens, so you have to click out of it *on the desktop or something* to make it dissapear. Just a slight issue.


A question...

I'm not sure how programs are put into this menu. Does it find the settings that are in the .kde folder and use those? For some reason..it doesn't show all of the programs that the kmenu has. Like my multimedia folder only has realplayer...yet I have many multimedia applications (amarok, juk, etc..).

On another note, do you plan on creating a menu editor of some sort for this? I think it would be good if there could be seperators...so say...in the multimedia folder (on the right) you could make seperators for groups of programs (like audio players, video players, etc) so it's just more organized.

Just some thoughts, I'm really liking the new setup though. Nov 08 2005
Cool :). I always look forward to new release for this applet. Nov 07 2005
It LOOKS nice..but I'm just not liking it. I don't like the regular kmenu in terms of looks really, it is bland, but this kbfx menu's functionality isn't great. I suppose I don't like the whole tab thing...it's somewhat confusing..and slow (to look through everything).

I guess I just don't like the setup :P. May be just me, though. Nov 06 2005
Cool, tell me if this is still in the works. I know someone said 'copying' windows ia a bad thing...but here is nothing wrong with getting certain ideas from it. Windows is not a bad piece of software...it has good and bad points, just as linux.

Anyway, the current KDE menu IMO is messy and unorganized, and can get too big easily. It needs a face lift. Oct 06 2005
Well I fixed this! All that I needed to do, was restart my kicker. Not sure why it did that, but now it's fine :) Jul 28 2005
When you compiled it..did you do ./configure --prefix=/opt/kde3

You have to set it into your kde directory..or else it'll install somewhere in your /usr/local directory (which kde won't find it) Jul 28 2005
Ok here is what it looks like.

My edit of your terminator theme:

botbg.png: http://ravencrow.net/images/kbfx/terminator-blue/botbg.png

How it looks once I put it in the folder: http://ravencrow.net/images/kbfx/terminator-blue/what-it-looks-like.png



Your original terminator theme:

botbg.png: http://ravencrow.net/images/kbfx/terminator-original/botbg.png

How it looks once I put it in the folder: http://ravencrow.net/images/kbfx/terminator-original/what-it-looks-like2.png

As you see, it doesn't display as it should. Hope that helps. Jul 28 2005
I'm not sure why it does this, but the botbg.png does not display correctly for me (on the menu). Instead of looking how it should...it appears to be smashed together and repeated over and over. Definitely doesn't look like your screenshot. Just so you know :). Jul 28 2005
someone should submit this to KDE or something. It'd be awesome if they used this in an upcoming release. Jul 28 2005
Well, to start out..I love how you can use custom buttons. That's great. Good job :). About the menu -- it's a start. I believe it should be easily themable..and I'm sure you'll implement such a feature. The menu it self, and how it works is odd. The whole tab thing is quite un-traditional, but maybe change is good? It would definitely take a bit of getting use to...as most people are use to menu's with submenus instead of tabs. Generally, it's nice..I'm just not use to it yet. I'll look forward to even more cool features, especially with this new menu..because really, the kmenu is due for a face lift. :) Jul 24 2005
stars4kde v0.1 Kbfx Startmenu
2 comments
Score 45%
45 Likes
55 Dislikes
Mar 16 2006
That's actually really neat. Just some suggestions..I think the button needs to be a bit more 'matching' somehow. It looks good though. Also, it would be awesome if you made one with a black background and stars :P. Mar 16 2006
Kalien hazard Wallpaper Other
3 comments
Score 51%
51 Likes
49 Dislikes
Mar 02 2006
I love aliens and agree. Can you attach one without the text? Pretty cool though. Mar 01 2006
Amarok 2.4.3 Audio
574 comments
Score 85%
85 Likes
15 Dislikes
Aug 01 2011
I think the way it searches should be optional, or a choice in the preferences. I'm not sure if searching for just id3 tags would be a good idea (if thats what you meant)..because alot of people rely on filenames instead of id3tags (which is probably a bad idea..but some do). For me, I usually display songs by [filename] [length] (in the playlist window). Just my thoughts =o. Feb 14 2006
Is it just me, or is this beta version a HUGE Improvement. It has some great new features, but most importantly, atleast for me...it's VERY fast and responsive. I'm not sure what was done...but it now seems very 'lightweight'. No lag what so ever. Awesome. I also really like the new statistics dialog. Great job...best audio player out there, on any OS. Feb 14 2006
Linspire Clear for DeKorator 2.0 deKorator Themes
23 comments
Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes
Jan 26 2006
This isn't really relevant, but...

PENIS! Jan 27 2006
sketchy for deKorator 0.1 deKorator Themes
2 comments
Score 65%
65 Likes
35 Dislikes
Jan 21 2006
but artistically speaking, that is a very cool window dek. I agree with what the person above said. Pretty cool and artsy :)! Jan 22 2006
Area-51 for deKorator 1.0 deKorator Themes
10 comments
Score 76%
76 Likes
24 Dislikes
Dec 04 2005
I can't seem to get this to work with the newest decorator.

Will it not work, or can it?

Thanks Jan 21 2006
Kbfx Glass 0.1 ALPHA Various KDE 1.-4. Stuff
5 comments
Score 47%
47 Likes
53 Dislikes
Jan 05 2006
It's a menu I believe. Dec 24 2005
Kbfx Mockup ALPHA 0.1 Various KDE 1.-4. Stuff
28 comments
Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes
Dec 23 2005
Windows copyrighted close boxes, gradients and flashy colors. Duh. Oh and the two column thing.

No...although it seems that some people think so. Not everything windows does is bad, infact, they have a lot of good ideas as far as their gui goes. I actually like kde's gui much better, however...it's menu has always been lacking visually. Dec 23 2005
GTK-QT Theme Engine 1.1 GTK1 Themes
280 comments
Score 69%
69 Likes
31 Dislikes
Mar 10 2008
I'm also having the problem. Anyone know why and how to fix it? =( Nov 25 2005
Crystal Blue KBFX bartheme 2 Various KDE 1.-4. Styles
9 comments
Score 51%
51 Likes
49 Dislikes
Nov 21 2005
Oh, that was sarcasm, by the way ;) Nov 23 2005
Yeah man. Windows has a copyright on gradients Nov 23 2005
Score 75%
75 Likes
25 Dislikes
May 05 2006
The menu itself doesnt even look like windows.. Nov 17 2005
I don't think it's REAL windows like. Looks pretty usable/functional. I like it :P Nov 09 2005
prokyon3 0.9.6 Audio
21 comments
Score 77%
77 Likes
23 Dislikes
Jan 06 2007
I'm trying to compile the latest release..and am getting this:

then mv -f ".deps/prokyon3-main.Tpo" ".deps/prokyon3-main.Po"; else rm -f ".deps/prokyon3-main.Tpo"; exit 1; fi
main.cpp:40:27: error: xmlwrapp/init.h: No such file or directory
make[3]: *** [prokyon3-main.o] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory `/home/posthuman/prokyon3-0.9.3/src'
make[2]: *** [all] Error 2
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/posthuman/prokyon3-0.9.3/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/posthuman/prokyon3-0.9.3'
make: *** [all] Error 2
posthuman@linux:~/prokyon3-0.9.3>

Any help? Thanks. Nov 12 2005
LaSt (KBFX Theme) Various KDE 1.-4. Styles
3 comments
Score 48%
48 Likes
52 Dislikes
Nov 11 2005
I like it. I'd say make the bottom part a bit thinner in height..so it doesnt go under the run box.

Question...off topic from your design.

How did you get that many programs in the office section? I seem to have very little programs listed in the sub categories...as compared to the original kmenu. Nov 10 2005
KSquirrel 0.8.0 Graphics
185 comments
Score 82%
82 Likes
18 Dislikes
Jun 24 2010
I compiled and installed the latest pre-release of this program...9 or whatever. Anyway, it seemed to go well..I can open the program. However, no thumbnails of images load..and when I click on an image, it won't do anything. No error...no nothing. The image wont open in the viewer.

Any suggestions? :P.

I'm on SuSE 10 and compiled from source. Nov 10 2005
aKode 2.0.2 Audio
10 comments
Score 75%
75 Likes
25 Dislikes
Apr 06 2007
There's an akode engine for amarok.. Oct 20 2005
The Dark Penguin Various KDE 1.-4. Styles
19 comments
Score 55%
55 Likes
45 Dislikes
Apr 18 2006
I agree to that. Ahh.. I hate bright themes. This is nice. Aug 22 2005
Landscape paintings by B. Kaemper KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes
12 comments
Score 42%
42 Likes
58 Dislikes
Jan 15 2004
I actually really like this. Could you possibly make a darkish red version of this (instead of the pink-like color). I think that would be cool. Really though, this is nice. Jul 30 2005
SuSE 9.3 Fullscreen KSplash KDE 3.x Splash Screens
1 comment
Score 53%
53 Likes
47 Dislikes
Jul 29 2005
Cool, thanks! Jul 29 2005
Welcome to the Dark Kingdom Wallpaper Other
11 comments
Score 60%
60 Likes
40 Dislikes
May 22 2005
I love dark/gloomy imagery. Sadly, I don't see a lot of that on kde-look. That's amazing, I love it. Thank you! Jul 28 2005
Score 81%
81 Likes
19 Dislikes
Feb 19 2011
Finally a good msn messenger for kde! I like it. However, I think it really needs to be themeable. As in, change the backgrounds for the messenger and chat windows. It looks really bad for people who have dark kde schemes. I'd like to be able to change the background...or something. Or, make it like AMSN..where the program itself stays one color ( a default grayish). My desktop is a dark red..so the white parts are too off. I'm sure there's more important things that need to be done, but just a thought! :) Jul 24 2005
KDesktop Menu 0.3 Various KDE 1.-4. Stuff
115 comments
Score 77%
77 Likes
23 Dislikes
Jul 09 2006
yes, it's on the bottom :). Looking forward to your next release..I really like it. May 17 2005
..but I wish it had the "Most Used Apps" section like in the regular Kmenu.

Also - for me the menu at times (when I clicked on the button) appeared to close to the bottom of the screen...and it would automatically click the first entry in the menu (logout). It would also cover the buttons completely...and not be above them.

Just a few things. May 16 2005
I also had the same problem. You also need to link /usr/bin/aclocal to /usr/bin/aclocal-1.6. Then delete the folder...re- untar it and re-run the ./configure. It should work after that..or atleast it did for me. May 16 2005
Kmenu-Improved Various KDE 1.-4. Stuff
35 comments
Score 34%
34 Likes
66 Dislikes
Jan 21 2005
I get what you're saying..but for me, allot of apps I use have traydocks..and I do want them there, just not always showing. Azureus for example..and klipper. I also use gaim and amsn which have icons that I want...and I use amarok for media playing..which i do allot of..and that has a sys tray icon. I only like about 3 or 4 icons showing..the rest can be hidden and i can simply use them when needed with a single click of the un hide arrow.

I myself find it useful, but it's all personal preference. Jan 24 2005
uh no..lol. I just want something..nicer is all. Jan 24 2005
Hey thanks for the comment.

I agree...a windows clone is not the answer..and maybe my menu isn't very good but I'd still like to see some kmenu improvements in the future. I still think it's boring :P. Other than that, kde is great. Jan 24 2005