Monochrome KDE

Plasma Themes dark greyscale monochrome plasma

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://gitlab.com/pwyde/monochrome-kde

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5.0
Available as/for: Plasma 5
Last changelog:

20210222 11 days ago

- Modified opacity. Theme is now less transparent and darker.
- Removed gradient in widget background.
- Added showbackground icon in widget configuration icons.
- Fixed some graphical issues.
- Updated panel background to Plasma 5.21

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x-varlesh-x

3 months ago

Why you remove AUTHORS? Where is my name man?

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pwyde

3 months ago

My apologies, but I do not understand what you mean? I have credited your work on project page: https://gitlab.com/pwyde/monochrome-kde#heart-credits

Is "Papirus Development Team" incorrect? I can change this of course. I just figured this would be correct since Materia KDE and Papirus icon theme repos are under the "Papirus Development Team".

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x-varlesh-x

3 months ago

What you not understand? You remove all AUTHORS files from ALL subdirs themes. When users download themes they not seen AUTHORS and who draw and develop this. Where CREDITS on Description?
It's not fair of you!

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pwyde

3 months ago

With all due respect, when I say that I do not understand, then that is exactly what I mean. I am kindly asking for clarification, that is all.

Thank you for bringing the AUTHORS file to my attention. I honestly did not pay attention to it when I started working on the Monochrome theme in 2018. The repo for the theme was not created as a "proper" fork. I just created a new repo and created theme files based on Materia KDE theme among other. The Git-way of working was very new to me at the time and I actually used this theme as a way to learn Git.

I totally respect and thank you for your hard work on the Materia KDE and Papirus icon theme. They are a great source for inspiration and a great theme to base modified themes off. Credit where credit's due, hence I thought/believed that the credits section in README.md was sufficient.

I will add the AUTHORS file. Is it OK to add a "modified by" line in the file? I did some searching around and seen others do that.

In regards to "CREDITS on Description", if you are referring to product page on store.kde.org/opendesktop.org/pling.com? Then of course I will fix that also.

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x-varlesh-x

3 months ago

Yes, it's fine. You can added modified by ...
CREDITS on Description - at your discretion

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jankenpon

8 months ago

Great theme, thanks

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SteinP

2 years ago

Thanks, sometimes is the simplest the best!

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SteinP

2 years ago

Hi! Nice theme, thanks! Could You tell me the name (link to) of the ToDo-plasmoids in the left corner? ;-)

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pwyde

2 years ago

Thank you! Sure, that is the built in "Notes" plasmoid. It comes by default with Plasma desktop. Please note that I just made the default yellow colour the same matching dark grey so it ties with the rest of the theme. No other colours are available at the moment.

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20210222 11 days ago

- Modified opacity. Theme is now less transparent and darker.
- Removed gradient in widget background.
- Added showbackground icon in widget configuration icons.
- Fixed some graphical issues.
- Updated panel background to Plasma 5.21

20201104 4 months ago

- Added plasmoidheading widget for Plasma 5.19
- Colourised notes widget.
- Updated and added new icons.

20200518 9 months ago

- Removed gradients.

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