Lipstik widget style for TDE
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README

#ABOUT

This is Lipstik, a fast and clean KDE 3 style based on Plastik.

It contains the following features :

Two widget gradients styles (Lipstik and Plastik's original),
A unique Menu Stripe style,
Many options to configure the active menu highlighting,
Configurable Sliders handles size,
Configurable Scrollbar handles width,
Different Toolbar handles for a less cluttered look,
More Mouse Hover effects,
Better focus rectangle,
Highly configurable colors,
Many options to configure the Scrollbar buttons disposition,
No more status bar frames...

...and many other enhancements!

#CREDITS
This is based on the work of Sandro Giessl <ceebx@users.sourceforge.net> and
the author of kerastik from which I ripped the automake,configure,etc.
Im not quite sure yet but the author of kerastik seems to be "intirruphay".
Please "intirruphay" tell me more so I can credit you for your work.

#WHY?
Well, I first distributed this "hack" on kde-look.org as a replacement for plastik, but
some people convinced me to release it as a fully separated package.

#WHY??
Plastik looks good, I just wanted something different for Christmas.

#NO, REALLY, WHY???
I want peace in the world, and this is how Im gonna achieve this.

#HOW DO I INSTALL THIS STYLE?
PLEASE LOOK AT THE FILE CALLED "INSTALL" ...

Have fun!