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(kicker) systray frame be gone

   0.1  

KDE Improvement

Score 38%
(kicker) systray frame be gone
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(kicker) systray frame be gone
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Downloads:  968
Submitted:  Aug 13 2004
Updated:  Aug 13 2004

Description:

first screenshot: before
second screenshot: after :)

Well the frame was just really annoying, i don't know much about c++ or kde in particualar, but since im not especially dumb i just commented out the functions for painting it, just an ugly hack, no code cleanup or something, but anyways, enjoy, should not lead to any problems afaik...
patch was 'designed' using the files from kde 3.3beta2 but I don't think much has changed in this file so it should work with almost any kde version from 3.0. But if you do get some problems feel free to solve them yourself or mail me the files and I'll take a look at them :)

To use:
patch -p0 < frame-be-gone.patch (in .../kdebase...)




Changelog:

0.1 - Initial Release




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 IIRC

 
 by tpr on: Aug 13 2004
 
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I have patched the border of the system tray away and I've even sent the patch to Aaron Seigo.. We'll see if it'll get into the KDE, as I hate that useless border when I've selected "Don't show border" or something like that from the settings..


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 nice idea .. but

 
 by smileaf on: Aug 13 2004
 
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the way you implemented it was bad.. but the idea is good.
simply commenting it out I personally don't think was the way to go.

but I patched my source anyway :D


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 Re: nice idea .. but

 
 by ja-el on: Aug 13 2004
 
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it wasn't supposed to be good implemented it was supposed to work and I __really__ wonder why no one of the kdedevs has removed this frame before I don't no nothin about kde or c++ and it was easy as pie.
And I guess the only difference between a 'good implementation' and this would be to have the lines deleted instead of commented out :) (provided nobody wants this frame and I never ever heard 'let it stay' in the bug report...)
Well whats more to say, it saves some cpu time aswell :>


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 Yes

 
 by Frank on: Aug 13 2004
 
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Very good idea.
I hate the boder too. :-)


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 allready done?

 
 by linuxpoweredtrekkie on: Aug 14 2004
 
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the border arround the tray allready doesn't show up for me. It only shows when you hover mouse over the tray, both in 3.2, and 3.3rc


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 Re: allready done?

 
 by croky on: Oct 29 2004
 
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the border arround the tray allready doesn't show up for me. It only shows when you hover mouse over the tray, both in 3.2, and 3.3rc

Very true

croky


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 Re: Re: allready don

 
 by dasnk on: Jan 16 2005
 
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Yes. And that looks really dumb, It's one of those little annoying things that they should remove.


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 border? what border?

 
 by RND on: Apr 28 2005
 
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Looking at the systray, I cant see any border whether the mouse is over it or not.

Im using Suse 9.3 Pro and KDE 3.4.


RND
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