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Maccish Theme for Be::Shell (KDE) by Hombremaledicto Maccish Theme for Be::Shell (KDE) by Hombremaledicto
A maccish theme for Be::Shell ( infos on it: [link] )

Be-Shell theme + config + GlobalMenu settings.

The zip also contains Black Transparent Bespin preset by CraazyT, since i didn't solved the Meters issue ( i can not customize them in the qss file) you have to bind it to bespin and restart the shell - an explanation in the README file.

Important: the icons for start button and taskbar refer to the ones in my current icon theme folder in ~/kde4/share/icons/ICONTHEME, Choose an icon and enter its name in the config file (be.shell in the zip) then reload the config.

You also need ( if you don't want to resize panels or want my exactly config) to use font cantarell size 7 for menu and general.

If you have questions, ask in the comments below.
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rizzof87 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014
hello. If I want to try your Be::Shell theme I must overwrite my config file in /home/myusername/.kde4/share/config ?
I must to do this action for all be::shell theme that i want to try? and if i want to turn back? I need to move beshell in beshell.bak. Isn't an other method? Thanks in advance...

Francesco
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Hombremaledicto Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014
Yes, you have to overwrite your config, since the theme file
is just a stylesheet, while the applets (and their relative IDs),
layout and geometry are settled within the config file.
No, there's no other method to do this, sorry.
You can, btw, create a script (or a function in your .bashrc),
to do the whole job automatically, passing the old and new
configs as arguments (in case you want, i can try to write an example
for you), creating a backup of the old be.shell in your theme dir.
By the way, please don't use this theme, it's outdated
(and when i made it i was a real noob: it sucks, in brief).
Changes occured in be.shell since then may lead to unwanted
behaviours, such as for labels (the label applet now is designed to
exec scripts/command/executables within a pollinterval,
instead of just being a text button).

The last "sane" theme, working with the latest BE::Shell, that i've released
is Pluto, you can find it in my gallery.

P.s. Probabilmente sei italiano, ti ho risposto in inglese in ogni caso,
sperando altri che passano di qua e si pongano le stesse domande
abbiano risposta. Scusa :(
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rizzof87 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014
It's useless to rename every time old config in config.bak because
in this case I could keep a maximum of two config-files, instead, what I want is to maintain every single config file,
otherwise all the previous themes would no longer be usable (except the second last).
Do you agree? I hope my issue is clear.

Anyway...I'll try "Pluto".

P.S.: Si sono italiano, non c' bisogno di scusarti per questo, anzi scusami tu per il mio inglese poco corretto.
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Hombremaledicto Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014
It's clear → save the be.shell file in the theme folder
($HOME/.kde4/share/apps/be.shell/Themes/MyCurrentTheme/)
Do not just rename it by appending the "bak" suffix within its current dir
( $HOME/.kde4/share/config/). That ofc would cause a mess, right?
That's why i've suggested you to create a function or a shell script
to manage the job automagically (you can also use kdialog to get
a GUI for shell scripts).
The whole backup & overwrite thingy shouldn't take any further than 2mins.
Simple as shit ;)

Good! In case of probs, lemme know :)

Figurati, anche il mio inglese lascia a desiderare.
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juanuni Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014
Hello, for the icons you wrote

"Choose an icon and enter its name in the config file (be.shell in the zip) then reload the config."

but how I make that in be.shell file?
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Hombremaledicto Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014
[AppletName]
Exec=SomeCommand
Label=SomeText
Icon=Icon 
Mode=0   ← 0 is icon only
Type=Button


  • Case 1:

    Icon=kate

    This matches the icon "kate.png" in the icon theme
    you're currently using (the one you settled in systemsettings → appearance).

  • Case 2:

    Icon=kate

    It could be that you also have a "kate.png" icon in your be.shell theme directory
    ( /home/user/.kde4/share/apps/be.shell/Themes/ThemeFolder/ )
    though, in which case, it will have a highest priority over the one with the same name
    located in your icon theme dir.

  • Case 3;

    Icon=$HOME/Images/icon.png

    An icon that is not in your be.shell theme directory, neither in your icon theme.
    In this case you need to write the path to it ( note that "~" doesn't work) and also
    the file extension (png, jpeg, etc...).


Config reference on BE::Shell wiki


By the way, please don't use this theme, it's outdated, old, and ugly.
The last decent theme i wrote is Pluto - which works with the latest be.shell
without problems ;)
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juanuni Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014
Ok, I try with these cases, but nothing ocurrs. Furthemore, in the bottompanel just appear ram and cpu, but not appears the applications in use. But now I use another theme, Thanks a lot.
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Hombremaledicto Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2014
If those do not work, but you used the right icon name
according to my previous comment,
check if the Mode= is set to be on 0 (icon only).
For the bottompanel could be a padding problem in the theme.css
file. The css code depends on your screen resolution too.
Yet, when i wrote this shit, i was a real noob (not like nowadays,
where i'm just a half-noob. The other half is compensated by
my habit to not read docs or listening to people :( ).
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juanuni Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2014
hahaha Don't worry, we currently have given up the icons, it gives me the impression that I write code for each application and indicate which icon to use. And I hope his Bespin theme for Firefox is ready soon. Greetings.
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juanuni Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2014
I miss say, the Bespin theme in zip file is not the dark-transparence, is Noveau.
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