Re: [kde-linux] Dolphin config
- Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2012 11:45:42 -0300
- From: Alain Mouette <alainm@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [kde-linux] Dolphin config
The problem is that after TWO days trying (that for the last time alone), I could not make Plasma work in any relyable way. So I gave up. tha was on a brand new Lenovo Notebook, no OpenGL at the time.
BUT KDE4 programs are very good, It dosn't look like being made by the same team!!! Dolphin is the best navigator in existence today!
I am using Dolphim, Konsole, Kwrite, Kate on Gnome+Debian6 and it runs really great.
What I want to do is just What I had on old KDE3:*) When I open a program (dolphin/kate/konsole) as root, the backgroud is red *) when I open a remote server the background is in distinct colors, like green, yellow, blue, etc..
That practice did save my ass many times avoing *mistakes* (yes I do that sometimes...)
On KDE3 I had a combination of profiles and setups to that purpose!!!Is there a way to achieve that? I have seen a feature request on background and it is labeled a preposterous WONT...
Please help, Alain Em 25-08-2012 02:07, Duncan escreveu:
Alain Mouette posted on Thu, 23 Aug 2012 21:44:16 -0300 as excerpted:How do I configure background color fo DOLPHIN? There is no setup anywhere that I can find, is there a configuration file?Dolphin simply uses kde's global color settings. These can be found (at least in kde 4.9.0) in kde settings, common appearance and behavior, application appearance, colors. One caution, however. KDE's color schemes setup is rather more complex than you might expect. It's well worth reading the information available from the help button (which the author spent quite some time working with me to improve, after I complained about it back in the kde 4.2 era; there's actually a method to the madness, and the help is far better at describing it, than it was before =:^), as otherwise, you're likely to end up a bit (or more than "a bit"!) frustrated trying to figure out what everything is, and may well find that your changes have unexpected effects, making certain text unreadable in some cases, as the foreground/ text and background are too close in color to read, etc. Also note that plasma's color config is (almost) entirely separate -- changing the general kde colors won't change much in plasma, tho at least a few versions ago when I was experimenting with it, it /does/ take a very few text-colors (in certain limited situations) from those found in kde's main color settings. Plasma's colors can't be changed directly, at least from the GUI -- you must change the entire plasma theme (called desktop theme in kde settings, it's under workspace appearance and behavior, workspace appearance, desktop theme), tho it /is/ possible to mix and match say the clock from one theme and kickoff from a different one. Of course you can download new desktop themes from kde-look if you're not satisfied with the ones installed by default, and it is of course possible to hand-edit the theme files themselves, as most of them are plain-text (and a few image files), the way all those user-created themes on kde-look were created in the first place, but most will simply be content with what's available either as installed or from kde-look. Back to dolphin, tho. A quick check here says its background is either view normal background (file list area), or window normal background (preview-area/trim), depending on exactly what you're calling "background". And in details view mode view alternate background applies to every other row of the file list. But I really DO urge you to read the help before messing with it too much. It sure made things easier for me once I understood how it all worked! =:^)
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- Re: [kde-linux] Dolphin config
- From: Duncan
- Re: [kde-linux] Dolphin config