Re: [kde] KDE4 digital clock font color
- Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2015 17:15:02 +0100 (CET)
- From: Istvan Gabor <suseuser04@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [kde] KDE4 digital clock font color
>Istvan Gabor posted on Thu, 19 Nov 2015 11:49:05 +0100 as excerpted:
>> I looked into how to change panel color, transparency, opacity etc. and
>> it seems you have to change a panel-backgrund.svgz file. It is not
>> obvious how to edit this file, and I could not find any description on
>> the structure of the file or how to modify or write one. I would
>> appreciate if you could point me to a manual, tutorial.
Sorry for the late answer. I access the computer with KDE4 only occasionally (yet).
>svgz, almost certainly gzip compressed svg
>svg is scalable vector graphics and is all the rave now days, in part
>because unlike bitmaps (aka raster-graphics), vector-graphics naturally
I know what svg and svgz is. But KDE4 themes' svg files have specific syntax and content. I found information on this topic here:
Unfortunately I had no (and probably won't have) time to study these descriptions and modify the theme (if it is feasible at al based on the linked tutorials).
I find it ridiculous that I have to test many themes or edit theme svg files (which is not trivial at all) only for setting the color of the font shown on the panel. I think the setting in panel clock should come into effect independently of the theme. Therefore I consider this a bug and will report it at kdebus.org.
Thanks for your help,
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