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Ben's Par2GUI

   0.02  

KDE Kommander Script

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Ben's Par2GUI
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  1661
Submitted:  Feb 14 2006
Updated:  Feb 18 2006

Description:

Allows you to pick a par2 file using the mouse then check and recover it with a single click. It basically is a GUI for the par2cmdline utility at

http://parchive.sourceforge.net/

Enjoy, Expect updates soon.




Changelog:

0.01 - It Works!
0.02 - Now has a console output plus a check and recover feature.




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 Cool

 
 by sanderant on: Feb 16 2006
 
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This is fantastic news as running QuickPar under wine has been the only solution until now.

Thanks!!!


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 Re: Cool

 
 by benmatthews on: Feb 18 2006
 
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I was just annoyed with having to go to the shell and type in the commands manually.


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 Whats is all about

 
 by k3nz0o on: Feb 18 2006
 
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I still dont get it whats its all about? Is it like a tool to backup partition ??


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 Re: Whats is all abo

 
 by benmatthews on: Feb 18 2006
 
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Its basically a tool to repair broken downloaded files, one use is in binary files obtained from usenet.

Have a read here:

http://linux-is-sexy.blogspot.com/2005/12/usenet-binaries-with-linux-tutorial.html


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 Excellent!

 
 by Khan on: Feb 18 2006
 
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Thanks for making this even better! Keep up the good work!


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 Re: Excellent!

 
 by benmatthews on: Feb 18 2006
 
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No worries, im glad someone is using it aswell as me. Makes life easier. New features soon.


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 UI wording

 
 by MamiyaOtaru on: Feb 19 2006
 
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Very useful, and something that's been needed.



I'm not one to care about spelling too much, esp in a forum or IRC or whatever, but in an app a lot of people will be using, I hope it is OK if I act as a spellchecker once in a while ;)



Verify not varify. No need to capitalize the A in "Choose A par2 file." Also, you instruct to Verify or Recover, but there is no Verify button. There is a check button. Change that to a verify button, or alter the instructions



Also, you might put the instructions above the filechoose widget. It's a bit odd to have the first instruction below the widget one uses to follow it.



Not intended as criticisms, if this wasn't the sort of app I would use frequently, I wouldn't bother :) Good work!


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 Re: UI wording

 
 by benmatthews on: Feb 19 2006
 
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Thanks for your time pointing out my oversights. I will strive to fix these problems in my next release.

I rushed the build so as to add some new features but will try to fix problems in my next release


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 Layout all messed up

 
 by vowy on: Jul 18 2006
 
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Seems like it doesn't like my font size. When I start the program, the text and the controls are half covered, and can't
be read or used. When I resize the window, the contents don't resize as well, they stay where they are.


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 progress ?

 
 by ktulu77 on: Jan 18 2007
 
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good job !
this kind of app was missing !
i have just a problem, when I repair a file, the percent of the progress is not shown until the repair is finished oO.
maybe you could add a progress bar ? it would be great !
thank you ^^


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 Re: progress ?

 
 by davros on: Jan 19 2007
 
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Thanks for this - really nice. I have two suggestions:

1. Let the user see the output as it's happening. I guess you could spawn another shell, I've seen other kommander scripts do this. Not as pretty as showing the output inside the GUI window, I know. Perhaps there's a way to embed a konsole window?

2. Add service menu support so that the user can right-click (or even left click) on a par2 file as an alternative way to open the script. You might also use an installer so that this utility is added to the KDE menu, etc.


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