Samples for Slaf
Last modified : 2001-02-23
Created : 1999-02-01
Author : Guillaume Desnoix
Here are samples of Slaf, the simple look and feel for Java/Swing. Yes All the snapshots are from the same look and feel. But each view is customized with a simple ASCII config file! After looking, go back to the Slaf Home and bookmark it!.
Themes are divided in two sets: free and commercial ones. To code Slaf took me some time, to provide them to you costs me some money. It is why a few of themes are not free (but very cheap).
- and a few others.
To use these themes, just download the set on the Slaf homepage and uncompress them in your home directory.
To try these themes, just type:
java com.memoire.slaf.Slaf --theme <name_of_the_theme> <your_application>
The confusion between the two meanings of "free" is often made. A free software (free as freedom) is not a free software (as no price). Every software has a development and distribution cost. It is true for Slaf too. It's why a small amount of money (10 EUR) is asked.
The registration is done for the releases 0.01 to 0.99 of Slaf.
It includes the commercial themes.
A user needs to register only once.
The password will be sent to you in a 24h delay.
The transaction is secured by Yaskifo! and Atos group.
If you have an account at PayPal and prefer to use it:
- A sober look and feel... Personnal tastes.
- A textured opressing look and feel.
- Quite innovative. Nice transparent palettes.
- An imitation of a too much sophisticated LNF.
- An imitation of the happy BeOS LNF.
- A very first state of a LNF to show icons customization.
- Attractive primary LNF for the youth.
- Nonsense LNF. Because people like it.
- An imitation of the great desktop GNOME, based on GTK.
- An imitation of the famous GTK LNF.
- An imitation of the great desktop KDE, release 2.
- When your desktop computer goes to your hand... An imitation of the famous copilot.
- Do you remember ? No ? How lucky you are!
- Do you remember ? Yes ? How unlucky you are!
- Well, if you have a broken box, you should have a broken theme.
- A blueish and shadowed LNF. To demonstrate the use of shadows...
- A textured, modern look and feel.
- A nostalgic LNF, to imitate the basic X11.