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Team Speak 3 Theme Question?

#1
I am wondering if any one has a TS3 theme i can use i am making a whole Xonotic theme based desktop on linux just wondering.
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#2
You've quickly turned around, for a free software advocate.
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#3
How so just asking a simple question.
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#4
iirc teamspeak using Qt so just go here http://kde-look.org/ Smile
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(10-18-2012, 07:41 AM)machine! Wrote: iirc teamspeak using Qt so just go here http://kde-look.org/ Smile

thats for KDE i am using LXDE and Gnome for Lubuntu and backtracks.
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(10-18-2012, 08:12 AM)kidx Wrote:
(10-18-2012, 07:41 AM)machine! Wrote: iirc teamspeak using Qt so just go here http://kde-look.org/ Smile

thats for KDE i am using LXDE and Gnome for Lubuntu and backtracks.

Yeah, but KDE uses Qt toolkit, so does TeamSpeak iirc. Smile
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#7
Can I say somthing what does LXDE and KDE have to do with Team Speak 3 a online VOIP chat program for gamers?
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(11-25-2012, 05:12 PM)kidx Wrote: Can I say somthing what does LXDE and KDE have to do with Team Speak 3 a online VOIP chat program for gamers?

You asked for a TS theme. Machine thought that, since TS uses Qt as a graphical user interface toolkit and since kde-look.org has many Qt themes (from my understanding), you might find a Qt that you liked, which would therefore also affect the way TS looks.

It has to do with KDE because KDE is the one big desktop environment that uses Qt. The site is called KDE-look but that does not mean the content is exclusive to KDE. It's just mostly relevant to KDE users.

EDIT: That said, I really don't know where to find Qt styles on this site. I also don't know whether or not TeamSpeak has its own theming facilities.
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not to mention that qt has a theme that reads (and on the fly converts) gtk themes ...
so that opens up most of the other ...-look.org sites for usable themes too ...
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#10
That's still not very helpful to the OP. He wants a Xonotic theme for TS.

I don't think you'll find anything, kidx.
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#11
Qt is a very broad toolkit. KDE programs are written into a framework. Qt programs don't have to integrate into KDE, so kde-look is kind of irrelevant here...
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#12
Well, I don't know anything about KDE except it's using Qt, so why wouldn't the Qt themes provided by kde-look work on any Qt install?
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#13
TS3 is totally different uses QT yes but not the same its like dodge,Chevey,Ford,Toyota and Honda all use engines in teh same way as KDE and TS3 are built on QT but all made totally different and do different thing and skins are different KDE is just a DE where as TS3 is a client to talk to other gamers online or clan mates look here http://www.teamspeak.com also GTK is used alot on DE'S like XFCE but going off topic so ill end it here.
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(11-28-2012, 06:06 PM)kidx Wrote: TS3 is totally different uses QT yes but not the same its like dodge,Chevey,Ford,Toyota and Honda all use engines in teh same way as KDE and TS3 are built on QT but all made totally different and do different thing and skins are different KDE is just a DE where as TS3 is a client to talk to other gamers online or clan mates look here http://www.teamspeak.com also GTK is used alot on DE'S like XFCE but going off topic so ill end it here.

Thanks for this truly insightful sentence. But machine's general idea is that KDE-look might have relevant Qt stylesheets that apply to any Qt application by providing styling information for all widgets. That way you get a consistent look across all your Qt apps, very much like you can do with GTK: changing the GTK theme affects all GTK apps.

Anyway, here is something interesting: http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthread.ph...umentation
Quote:TeamSpeak 3 is using Qt stylesheets to create skins. You find information about Qt stylesheets here:

http://doc.qt.nokia.com/4.6/stylesheet.html

You might want to use the included bluesky skin as template and build upon it.

If you want a Xonotic theme, you'll quite probably have to make it on your own. But don't hope to get any kind of support from this forum, I don't think we have Qt stylists around.

EDIT: Also, this: http://addons.teamspeak.com/directory/sk...heets.html
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#15
What I really can't understand is why windows users want to break their consistent UI by using different skins in all apps. Linux or mac users kill over a consistent color and widget themes across their desktops, but every time I look at windows I see something looking more like a geocities website than a usable desktop :-P.
My contributions to Xonotic: talking in the forum, talking some more, talking a bit in the irc, talking in the forum again, XSkie
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