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Making pretty pictures in to code...

posted under by Pinheiro | Edit This


So this days in Milan we been working allot making interaction code , that is making Casper Boemann head go nuts making allot of versions so we achieve pixel perfection. Its a hard road but one we must cross.
things are improving so much, and i must say I´m falling in love with the theme.

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Anonymous said...

Hi!

I'm wondering how the memory consumption is nowadays? The last time I tried the Oxygen style (a month or two ago) it increased the memory consumption of every single KDE app by about 5-8MB, as measured by ksysguard (note that this increase was *not* shared memory!)

It looked very nice and light and clean, though :)

Pinheiro said...

try it with the new code, some fixin went it to it there was a bug i have benn told

Anonymous said...

Screenshots? ;-)

Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

"Screenshots? ;-)"

David has some on his blog:

http://davigno.oxygen-icons.org/?p=43

The style and windec look very nice to me. I'm no artist, but they look very clear and clean, and (hooray!) thoroughly unlike Windows. Hopefully this will help to eliminate a couple of kommon kriticisms of KDE in one fell swoop!

Stefan said...

I don't mean to offend, just to point out. 'Allot' means "To assign as a portion; allocate". What you're looking for is 'a lot' which means "very much". This is an incredibly common mistake, even among native English speakers.

Anyway, I'm glad to see work on Oxygen progressing. Keep up the good work!

Luke Parry said...

The work you are posting looks especially nice - liking the Window Decoration: oh they are getting so close to those mockups. In all it is becoming too much to bare. Hope to see some great progress, so keep up the work to all of you :)

Luke

Buda said...

I just wanted to know what do you use to work on the images, what kind of software, OPEN SOURCE I imagine, could you specify which? Thanks and congratulations, It look very nice indeed.

Greetings from Argentina.

A graphic designer that supports open source.

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