Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 11th Apr 2006 17:43 UTC, submitted by Sekou DIAKITE
KDE The KDE Look and Feel Project is a GPL-licenced Swing pluggable look and feel which uses Qt and KDE for the drawing of widgets. KDE Look and Feel implements most of the Java Look and Feel API including dialogs (ColorChooser, FileChooser, etc.).
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by tmack on Tue 11th Apr 2006 19:17 UTC
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The guy programs with .NET, so he's not used to things like "clean design" and "writing code."

Swing's performance and aesthetics are debatable (I personally am not a fan). However, Swing has one of the best technical designs of any toolkit.

I am curious though, if this look and feel matches the theme currently in use by QT. The GTK look and feel theme typically doesn't work with all GTK themes (or even the most common ones).

I can imagine this must difficult to do, but if themes don't work properly, what is the point?

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