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Otaq

Grzesiek Dudek Krak√≥w, Poland
XFCE/XFWM4 Themes
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kAwOken

Full Icon Themes 59 comments

Score 77.9%
Jul 28 2013
Downloaded new archive and now everything seems to work just fine. Even the command I had problems with (I probably misspelled it, though I tried couple times... :/).
Once again thanks a lot for your great work :) - Aug 17 2011
Hello,
I'm using PCLinuxOS distro.
1. 'kde4-config' alone does nothing that I can see, 'kde4-cofig --prefix' and 'kde4-cofig --localprefix' all work - they move me to proper directory (/usr and ~/.kde4 accordingly). It's the 'cd' before them (in the installation description) that gives error "unknown file or directory"

2. I've downloaded the archive from "http://alecive.deviantart.com/art/kAwOken-244166779" page (first source from this site) - right top corner of the age, 26,7 MB zip file with "kAwOken" folder and "clear" and "extra" subfolders, all the scripts and instruction in pdf format.

3. I tried to install it with System settings from KDE (default tool to install all kind of themes, icon sets etc.). I don't even know if there is another way except directly extracting archive to proper folder* (which I did since first method didn't work). Why the default method don't work is beyond me unfortunately :/

*proper folder for icon set is '~/.kde4/share/icons' and not '~/.icons' as pdf file suggests (I think it was meant for Gnome though) - Aug 13 2011
Hello,
I really like this theme. Keep up the great work.

But there is an error in your instruction of how to install this theme. Your Quick Installation Instruction says:
"1. Download the archive from this page (top-right button) and install the theme as usual (with proper KDE tool)"
Well proper KDE tool doesn't recognize the package as a correct icon set. The archive have to be extracted to '~/.kde4/share/icons' directory in order to work.

Then "cd `kde4-config --localprefix`" command does nothing (at least in my distro). Later commands should be executed in the folder I gave above. - Aug 11 2011
Elementary Xfce

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes 3 comments

Score 58.0%
Mar 31 2010
At first I thought about adding icons to the buttons, like 'x' for close button, '+' for maximize, '-' for minimize. But then I thought that pressed button would look better if it had 'pressed' effect. I mean - it could seem to move a bit inward window bar. With the buttons like in your theme it would be only a matter of adding right shadow to non-pressed button instead of darkening the whole button. - Apr 03 2010
I really like this theme (and I'm using something very similar at the moment) but I would work a bit on pressed buttons. They don't seem to fit this theme right. Maybe some different effect would be better, maybe adding some icon instead of darkening the buttons would make a better effect?

PS. What GTK theme are you using? It fits window decoration perfectly :) - Apr 01 2010
GT4 Black

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes 5 comments

by Otaq
Score 53.3%
Sep 13 2009
I've found it somewhere on the web but can't remember where :P

Here's a link if you like it :)

http://img137.imageshack.us/i/anime02.jpg/ - Oct 21 2009
It's Glass Icons:
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Glass+Icons+Theme?content=32146 - Sep 14 2009
Swords

Cursors 1 comment

Score 50.0%
Feb 04 2009
Nice and detailed work. But don't you think that cursors are a *bit* big? ;)
Also I think that busy cursor would be much better if the flail is spinning (just an idea) :D - Feb 05 2009
E-plasma

Plasma Themes
by marcotangaro

Score 80.2%
9   Aug 19 2011
kAwOken

Full Icon Themes
by alecive

Score 77.9%
9   Aug 11 2011