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Added KDE3 version of kwin Crystal style

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-- INSTALL -----------------------------------

Basic Installation (from the console):
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# make install

If configure fails, check that you have both
the Qt and KDE development headers installed.

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Crystal
=======

This is the Crystal KDE Windowdecoration Theme. The theme is pretty simple and clean, but has very nice pseudo transparency within the border and the title bar. You can choose of other image effects too.

It is based on the KDE-WM "Example", which can be found here:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=6332

And it is modelled on the crystal fvwm2 style. Check it out:
http://www.fvwm-crystal.org/


Check out crystal at kde-look.org:
http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=13969


I hope, you like it.

Have Fun!


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AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = foreign

SUBDIRS = config

KDE_CXXFLAGS = -DQT_PLUGIN

INCLUDES = $(all_includes) -I$(kde_includes)/kwin

kwindir = $(kde_datadir)/kwin/
kwin_DATA = crystal.desktop

noinst_HEADERS = crystalclient.h crystalbutton.h imageholder.h buttonimage.h tiles.h overlays.h

kde_module_LTLIBRARIES = kwin3_crystal.la
kwin3_crystal_la_SOURCES = crystalclient.cc myrootpixmap.cc crystalbutton.cpp \
imageholder.cpp buttonimage.cpp tiles.h overlays.h
kwin3_crystal_la_LIBADD = $(kde_libraries)/libkdecorations.la $(LIB_QT) $(LIB_KDEUI)
kwin3_crystal_la_LDFLAGS = -module $(all_libraries) $(KDE_PLUGIN)
kwin3_crystal_la_METASOURCES = AUTO

CLEANFILES = tiles.h overlays.h
DISTCLEANFILES = $(kwin3_crystal_la_METASOURCES)

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/***************************************************************************
* Copyright (C) 2006 by Sascha Hlusiak *
* Spam84@gmx.de *
* *
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify *
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by *
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or *
* (at your option) any later version. *
* *
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, *
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of *
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the *
* GNU General Public License for more details. *
* *
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License *
* along with this program; if not, write to the *
* Free Software Foundation, Inc., *
* 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. *
***************************************************************************/


#include <qimage.h>
#include <math.h>
#include <kimageeffect.h>

#include "buttonimage.h"





ButtonImage::ButtonImage(const QRgb *d_normal,int w,int h)
{
normal=hovered=pressed=animated=NULL;
image_width=w;
image_height=h;
normal_data=hovered_data=animated_data=pressed_data=NULL;
org_normal_data=org_hovered_data=NULL;
normal_color=hovered_color=pressed_color=QColor(255,255,255);
reset();
if (d_normal)SetNormal(d_normal,w,h);
}

ButtonImage::~ButtonImage()
{
if (normal)delete normal;
if (hovered)delete hovered;
if (pressed)delete pressed;
if (animated)delete animated;
if (animated_data)delete[] animated_data;
if (pressed_data)delete[] pressed_data;
if (hovered_data)delete[] hovered_data;
if (normal_data)delete[] normal_data;
if (org_normal_data)delete[] org_normal_data;
if (org_hovered_data)delete[] org_hovered_data;
}

QImage ButtonImage::CreateImage(QRgb *data,QColor color)
{
tint(data,color);
QImage img=QImage((uchar*)data,image_width,image_height,32,NULL,0,QImage::LittleEndian),img2;
img.setAlphaBuffer(true);
return img;
}

void ButtonImage::reset()
{
if (normal)delete normal;
if (hovered)delete hovered;
if (pressed)delete pressed;
if (animated)delete animated;
normal=hovered=pressed=animated=NULL;

if (normal_data)delete[] normal_data;
if (hovered_data)delete[] hovered_data;
if (pressed_data)delete[] pressed_data;
if (animated_data)delete[] animated_data;

if (org_hovered_data)delete[] org_hovered_data;
if (org_normal_data)delete[] org_normal_data;
normal_data=hovered_data=animated_data=pressed_data=NULL;
org_normal_data=org_hovered_data=NULL;

hSpace=vSpace=2;
drawMode=0;
}

void ButtonImage::SetNormal(const QRgb *d_normal,int w,int h)
{
image_width=w;
image_height=h;
if (normal)delete normal;
if (animated)delete animated;
animated=NULL;
if (animated_data)delete[] animated_data;
animated_data=NULL;
if (hovered_data)delete[] hovered_data;
hovered_data=NULL;
if (pressed_data)delete[] pressed_data;
pressed_data=NULL;
if (normal_data)delete[] normal_data;

org_normal_data=new QRgb[image_width*image_height];
memcpy(org_normal_data,d_normal,sizeof(QRgb)*image_width*image_height);
normal_data=new QRgb[image_width*image_height];
memcpy(normal_data,d_normal,sizeof(QRgb)*image_width*image_height);
normal=new QImage(CreateImage(normal_data,normal_color));
}

void ButtonImage::SetHovered(const QRgb *d_hovered)
{
if (hovered)delete hovered;
if (hovered_data)delete[] hovered_data;
if (org_hovered_data)delete[] org_hovered_data;
if (d_hovered)
{
org_hovered_data=new QRgb[image_width*image_height];
hovered_data=new QRgb[image_width*image_height];
memcpy(hovered_data,d_hovered,sizeof(QRgb)*image_width*image_height);
memcpy(org_hovered_data,d_hovered,sizeof(QRgb)*image_width*image_height);
hovered=new QImage(CreateImage(hovered_data,hovered_color));
}else{
hovered=NULL;
hovered_data=NULL;
org_hovered_data=NULL;
}
}

void ButtonImage::SetPressed(const QRgb *d_pressed)
{
if (pressed)delete pressed;
if (pressed_data)delete[] pressed_data;
if (d_pressed)
{
pressed_data=new QRgb[image_width*image_height];
memcpy(pressed_data,d_pressed,sizeof(QRgb)*image_width*image_height);
pressed=new QImage(CreateImage(pressed_data,pressed_color));
}else{
pressed=NULL;
pressed_data=NULL;
}
}

bool ButtonImage::initialized()
{
return ((org_normal_data!=NULL)&&(normal_data!=NULL)&&(normal!=NULL));
}

void ButtonImage::finish()
{
if (!org_normal_data)
{
/* printf("ERROR: No org_normal_data set!\n"); */
return;
}

if (!hovered_data){
hovered_data=new QRgb[image_width*image_height];
float faktor=::factory->hovereffect?0.5:1.0;
for (int i=0;i<image_width*image_height;i++)
{
hovered_data[i]=qRgba(qRed(org_normal_data[i]),qGreen(org_normal_data[i]),qBlue(org_normal_data[i]),
(int)(255.0*pow((float)qAlpha(org_normal_data[i])/255.0,faktor)));
}
if (org_hovered_data)delete[] org_hovered_data;
org_hovered_data=new QRgb[image_width*image_height];
memcpy(org_hovered_data,hovered_data,sizeof(QRgb)*image_width*image_height);
hovered=new QImage(CreateImage(hovered_data,hovered_color));
}

if (!pressed_data){
float faktor=::factory->hovereffect?0.5:0.4;
pressed_data=new QRgb[image_width*image_height];
if (!org_hovered_data)
{
org_hovered_data=hovered_data;
printf("ERROR: %s (@%d)\n",__FILE__,__LINE__);
}

for (int i=0;i<image_width*image_height;i++)
{
pressed_data[i]=qRgba(qRed(org_hovered_data[i]),qGreen(org_hovered_data[i]),qBlue(org_hovered_data[i]),
(int)(255.0*pow((float)qAlpha(org_hovered_data[i])/255.0,faktor)));
}
pressed=new QImage(CreateImage(pressed_data,pressed_color));
}

if (!animated_data)animated_data=new QRgb[image_width*image_height];
if (!animated)
{
animated=new QImage((uchar*)animated_data,image_width,image_height,32,NULL,0,QImage::LittleEndian);
animated->setAlphaBuffer(true);
}
}

QImage* ButtonImage::getAnimated( float anim)
{
if (!normal_data)return NULL;
if (!animated_data)return NULL;

for (int i=0;i<image_width*image_height;i++)
{
const float r1=(float)qRed(normal_data[i])/255.0f;
const float r2=(float)qRed(hovered_data[i])/255.0f;
const float g1=(float)qGreen(normal_data[i])/255.0f;
const float g2=(float)qGreen(hovered_data[i])/255.0f;
const float b1=(float)qBlue(normal_data[i])/255.0f;
const float b2=(float)qBlue(hovered_data[i])/255.0f;
const float a1=(float)qAlpha(normal_data[i])/255.0f;
const float a2=(float)qAlpha(hovered_data[i])/255.0f;
animated_data[i]=qRgba(
(int)((r1*(1.0f-anim)+r2*anim)*255.0f),
(int)((g1*(1.0f-anim)+g2*anim)*255.0f),
(int)((b1*(1.0f-anim)+b2*anim)*255.0f),
(int)((a1*(1.0f-anim)+a2*anim)*255.0f));
}
return animated;
}

void ButtonImage::tint(QRgb *data,QColor color)
{
float f_r=(float)color.red()/255.0;
float f_g=(float)color.green()/255.0;
float f_b=(float)color.blue()/255.0;
for (int i=0;i<image_width*image_height;i++)
{
float r=(float)qRed(data[i])/255.0;
float g=(float)qGreen(data[i])/255.0;
float b=(float)qBlue(data[i])/255.0;

r*=f_r;
g*=f_g;
b*=f_b;

data[i]=qRgba(
(int)(r*255.0),
(int)(g*255.0),
(int)(b*255.0),
qAlpha(data[i]));
}
}

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/***************************************************************************
* Copyright (C) 2006 by Sascha Hlusiak *
* Spam84@gmx.de *
* *
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify *
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by *
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or *
* (at your option) any later version. *
* *
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, *
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of *
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the *
* GNU General Public License for more details. *
* *
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License *
* along with this program; if not, write to the *
* Free Software Foundation, Inc., *
* 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. *
***************************************************************************/



#ifndef _BUTTON_IMAGE_INCLUDED_
#define _BUTTON_IMAGE_INCLUDED_

#include <qimage.h>
#include "crystalclient.h"

#define DEFAULT_IMAGE_SIZE 14


class ButtonImage
{
public:
QImage *normal,*hovered,*pressed;
int image_width,image_height;
int hSpace,vSpace;
int drawMode;
QColor normal_color,hovered_color,pressed_color;
QImage *animated;
QRgb *normal_data,*hovered_data,*animated_data,*pressed_data;
QRgb *org_normal_data,*org_hovered_data;
ButtonImage(const QRgb *d_normal=NULL,int w=DEFAULT_IMAGE_SIZE,int h=DEFAULT_IMAGE_SIZE);
virtual ~ButtonImage();
void SetNormal(const QRgb *d_normal,int w=DEFAULT_IMAGE_SIZE,int h=DEFAULT_IMAGE_SIZE);
void SetHovered(const QRgb *d_hovered=NULL);
void SetPressed(const QRgb *d_pressed=NULL);
void reset();
void finish();
bool initialized();

void setSpace(int hS,int vS) { hSpace=hS; vSpace=vS; }
void setDrawMode(int dm) { drawMode=dm; }
void setColors(QColor n,QColor h,QColor p) { normal_color=n; hovered_color=h; pressed_color=p; }

QImage* getAnimated(float anim);
private:
QImage CreateImage(QRgb *data,QColor color);
void tint(QRgb *data,QColor color);
};

#endif

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AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = foreign

KDE_CXXFLAGS = -DQT_PLUGIN

INCLUDES = $(all_includes)

noinst_HEADERS = crystalconfig.h

kde_module_LTLIBRARIES = kwin_crystal_config.la
kwin_crystal_config_la_SOURCES = configdialog.ui infodialog.ui crystalconfig.cc crystalconfig.h
kwin_crystal_config_la_LDFLAGS = -module $(all_libraries) $(KDE_PLUGIN)
kwin_crystal_config_la_LIBADD = $(LIB_KDEUI) $(LIB_KIO) $(LIB_QT)
kwin_crystal_config_la_METASOURCES = AUTO

DISTCLEANFILES = $(kwin_crystal_config_la_METASOURCES)

crystalconfig.cc: configdialog.h infodialog.h


messages:
$(XGETTEXT) *.cpp -o $(podir)/kwin_crystal_config.pot
METASOURCES = AUTO

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/***************************************************************************
* Copyright (C) 2006 by Sascha Hlusiak *
* Spam84@gmx.de *
* *
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify *
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by *
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or *
* (at your option) any later version. *
* *
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, *
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of *
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the *
* GNU General Public License for more details. *
* *
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License *
* along with this program; if not, write to the *
* Free Software Foundation, Inc., *
* 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. *
***************************************************************************/

#include <kconfig.h>
#include <klocale.h>
#include <kglobal.h>
#include <qbuttongroup.h>
#include <qlabel.h>
#include <qgroupbox.h>
#include <qbuttongroup.h>
#include <qcheckbox.h>
#include <qradiobutton.h>
#include <qwhatsthis.h>
#include <qspinbox.h>
#include <qcheckbox.h>
#include <qcombobox.h>
#include <qwidgetstack.h>
#include <qlineedit.h>
#include <qfiledialog.h>
#include <kcolorbutton.h>
#include <kfiledialog.h>
#include <qpicture.h>
#include <kapplication.h>
#include <kurlrequester.h>

#include "configdialog.h"
#include "infodialog.h"
#include "crystalconfig.h"


CrystalConfig::CrystalConfig(KConfig*, QWidget* parent)
: QObject(parent), config_(0), dialog_(0)
{
config_ = new KConfig("kwincrystalrc");
dialog_ = new ConfigDialog(parent);
dialog_->show();
connect(dialog_->titlealign, SIGNAL(clicked(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->drawCaption, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->textshadow, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->tooltip,SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->wheelTask,SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->trackdesktop, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->shade1, SIGNAL(valueChanged(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->shade2, SIGNAL(valueChanged(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->frame1, SIGNAL(activated(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->frame2, SIGNAL(activated(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->frameColor1, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->frameColor2, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->inline1, SIGNAL(activated(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->inline2, SIGNAL(activated(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->inlineColor1, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->inlineColor2, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->type1,SIGNAL(activated(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->type2,SIGNAL(activated(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->enableTransparency,SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->borderwidth, SIGNAL(valueChanged(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->titlebarheight, SIGNAL(valueChanged(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->tlc, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->trc, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->blc, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->brc, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->buttonColor1, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->buttonColor2, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->buttonColor3, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->minColor1, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->minColor2, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->minColor3, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->maxColor1, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->maxColor2, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->maxColor3, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->closeColor1, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->closeColor2, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->closeColor3, SIGNAL(changed(const QColor&)),this,SLOT(colorChanged(const QColor&)));
connect(dialog_->hover, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->animateHover, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->buttonTheme, SIGNAL(activated(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->tintButtons, SIGNAL(toggled(bool)),this,SLOT(boolChanged(bool)));
connect(dialog_->menuimage, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->repaintMode, SIGNAL(clicked(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->updateTime, SIGNAL(valueChanged(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->infoButton, SIGNAL(clicked(void)),this,SLOT(infoDialog(void)));

connect(dialog_->active_blur, SIGNAL(valueChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->inactive_blur, SIGNAL(valueChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));

connect(dialog_->userPicture1, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->userPicture2, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->activeFile,SIGNAL(textChanged(const QString&)),this,SLOT(textChanged( const QString& )));
connect(dialog_->inactiveFile,SIGNAL(textChanged(const QString&)),this,SLOT(textChanged( const QString& )));


connect(dialog_->overlay_active, SIGNAL(activated(int)),this, SLOT(overlay_active_changed(int)));
connect(dialog_->overlay_inactive, SIGNAL(activated(int)),this, SLOT(overlay_inactive_changed(int)));

connect(dialog_->overlay_active_file,SIGNAL(textChanged(const QString&)),this,SLOT(textChanged(const QString &)));
connect(dialog_->overlay_inactive_file,SIGNAL(textChanged(const QString&)),this,SLOT(textChanged(const QString &)));


connect(dialog_->logoEnabled, SIGNAL(clicked(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->logoFile, SIGNAL(textChanged(const QString &)),this, SLOT(logoTextChanged(const QString&)));
connect(dialog_->logoStretch, SIGNAL(activated(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->logoActive, SIGNAL(stateChanged(int)),this, SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));
connect(dialog_->logoDistance,SIGNAL(valueChanged(int)),this,SLOT(selectionChanged(int)));

load(config_);
}