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Icon execute feedback

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KDE Improvement

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Icon execute feedback
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  2424
Submitted:  Feb 9 2007
Updated:  Mar 6 2007

Description:

At first: Look at the screenshots.

Now the description:
This replaces the zooming rectangle that is drawn if you activate an icon in konqueror for execution feedback. It removes the rectangle and instead zooms the icon bigger and fades it out while doing. It's like MacOS X execution feedback.

Currently works in Konqueror, Kicker and all file dialogs. You will need a machine > 600 MHz for this though, else the animation may be slow.

This is a patch against kdebase-3.5.6 and kdelibs-3.5.6! So you have to recompile the two packages. Please only do that if you are experienced enough with recompiling KDE.

Apply the patches as follows:
1. Get kdebase-3.5.6
2. Get kdelibs-3.5.6
3. Get this patch
4. Unpack all archives
5. Change to the dir you unpacked kdelibs
6. Execute "cat /location/of/the/patch/kdelibs-3.5.6-execute_feedback.patch | patch -p1"
7. Recompile kdelibs
8. Install kdelibs (necessary as some header files changed)
9. Change to the dir you unpacked kdebase
7. Execute "cat /location/of/the/patch/kdebase-3.5.6-execute_feedback.patch | patch -p1"
8. Recompile kdebase
9. Install kdebase
10. Logout of kde and then login again.
11. Watch the icons zooming

Have fun. If you don't understand the step by step manual above
please inform yourself about how to recompile KDE on kde.org

If you find any bugs, feel free to leave a comment.




Changelog:

V0.1: No public distribution
- Made it work with Konqueror in list and icon mode

V0.2: First public release
- Now flickerfree in Konqueror (all views)
- Fixed some offsets in Konqueror treeview mode
- Integrated kicker with it. This is a bit hackish, please test and report errors.

V0.3: Minor bugfix release
- Fixed animation on Desktop leaving garbage.

V0.4: Minimal Bugfix
- Slowed down the animation a bit

CURRENTLY KNOWN BUGS:
- Kicker and some other animations do not work with Composite manager enabled (KDE's Transparent Windows, xcompmgr or Beryl/Compiz)




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well..i cannot verify but seems..normal..no fast no slow..
i haven't kde sources to apply the hack


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 kcontrol module

 
 by felmur on: Mar 10 2007
 
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I've done a simple KControl module that enable/disable the effect. It simply changes the value of VisualActive value into kdeglobals file and then reload the configurations for kdesktop and kicker.

If you haven't nothing better this, I can post it here in kde-apps.


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 Re: kcontrol module

 
 by dunkelstern on: Mar 12 2007
 
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Cool thing...

If you wouldn't mind I would include it into the patch. So all is together where it belongs :)


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 Re: Re: kcontrol mod

 
 by felmur on: Mar 17 2007
 
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I've send you an email with link for sources of control module.

Regards.


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 Lacking 3D

 
 by daller on: Apr 10 2007
 
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Hi there,

It seems that Kubuntu Feisty Fawn (current beta) has implemented this KDE improvement!

I looks REALLY nice! - Great!

One thing though! - Could it be coded in a way that disabled the effect if no 3D acceleration on the computer?

I'm a beta-tester, and the 3D acceleration doesn't always work ;) - And it's not funny to have to wait 2-3 seconds everytime I click on a folder! :) (The folder doesn't load before the animation is done...)

/Daniel


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 Re: Lacking 3D

 
 by dunkelstern on: Apr 29 2007
 
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Just open kcontrol then go to Devices->Mouse->Optical Feedback and untick the checkbox


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 omg...

 
 by scummos on: Apr 17 2007
 
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... i´ve google´d a bit, and i found that compiling and installing kdelibs/kdebase isn´t very easy... to those who have already done it -- is it "possible"? ^^

Greetings


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 Re: omg...

 
 by scummos on: Apr 18 2007
 
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rfzt... tried it... ^^
downloaded sources via svn, is that normal?

/home/sven/kdebase/libkonq/konq_iconviewwidget.cc: In member function ‘virtual void KonqIActivate(QIconViewItem*)’:
/home/sven/kdebase/libkonq/konq_iconviewwidget.cc:1851: error: no matching function for cvisualActivate(QWidget*, QRect&, QPixmap*)’
/opt/kde3/include/kiconeffect.h:154: note: candidates are: static void KIconEffect::visuaRect)
Error creating ./libkonq/konq_iconviewwidget.lo. Exit status 1.
make: *** [all] Fehler 1


is the result :D
anyone has an idea how to fix? ;)


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 Re: Re: omg...

 
 by dunkelstern on: Apr 29 2007
 
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Why did you use svn?

http://kde.org/download/
and scroll down.

And yes, it's possible, I maintain part of the KDEmod community project (64Bit Version is my work) of Archlinux and had no problems so far


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 Re: Re: Re: omg...

 
 by han001 on: May 1 2007
 
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hi
I didn't use the svn version and I still get the same error message. Kdelibs was patched, compiled and installed correctly. Why do I get this error when compiling kdebase?
thanks


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: omg...

 
 by dunkelstern on: May 21 2007
 
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It says "cvisualActivate" in the error message, that should have been "visualActivate".

That's weird... I'll check the patch today evening if I'm home again.


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 KDE 3.5.7 support?

 
 by Consequence9 on: Jul 13 2007
 
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Hi, I was just wondering if there will be an update soon that allows it to work with KDE 3.5.7 . I love this feature, but my system is already running 3.5.7 . I tried altering all instances of 3.5.6 in the code to 3.5.7, but that doesn't seem to be working (no surprise there, but worth a shot). Thanks a bunch :)


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 Re: KDE 3.5.7 support?

 
 by dunkelstern on: Jul 13 2007
 
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I am using it on 3.5.7 currently. No problems so far.


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 cause->effect?

 
 by koko2k on: Nov 22 2007
 
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It's just me or it *first* load and displays the animation, and *then* executes the program?
Even if i click on "show desktop", i've to wait for the animation to end to see my desktop.

I'd love this tool if it helps the perception of speed, but that way it actually does the opposite!
Wouldn't be possible to execute the action as soon as the user click and in the meantime show the animation?

Maybe am i missing something?


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 Re: cause->effect?

 
 by scummos on: Sep 27 2008
 
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Thats exactly what i think, would be better that way :)


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