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Xbox Live Gamercard Plasmoid

   0.1  

KDE Other Software

Score 78%
Xbox Live Gamercard Plasmoid
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  307
Submitted:  Dec 22 2007

Description:

This application allows a user to display their Xbox Live Gamercard on their KDE4.x desktop.

It displays the user's Gamertag (to a gold background for Gold members and a silver background for Silver members), reputation, gamerscore and zone. It also displays icons of the 5 most recently played games on that account.

This source package contains the gamercard data-engine and the gamercard applet. Both must be installed to work.

Installation:
extract the .tar.gz
cd to the extracted directory
Then type:
cmake .
make
make install
Then restart plasma

Usage:
Add the Gamercard widget to the desktop
Right click the plasmoid and select "Gamercard Settings..."
Enter your Gamercard (or a friend's) and hit OK.
Enjoy :D




Changelog:

0.1 Initial Release

NOTE: This will compile on KDE4 RC2, but recent svn builds have made some API changes to Plasma::Icon preventing the code from compiling. I'll release an updated version closer to KDE4's final release.




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 by Dapper on: Dec 22 2007
 
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there is a section for plasmoids in kde-look, this widget belongs there.


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 Re: section

 
 by GaMMa on: Dec 22 2007
 
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I'm not sure why kde-look.org has a plasmoid section, but kde-apps.org doesn't. Plasmoids aren't themes or artwork, they're applications. They contain c++ code and must be compiled to run. kde-look.org's content is more of a 'grab and go' where the theme is downloaded and it just works. In the future it'll be easier to package plasmoids to make them 'grab and go,' but at this point in time they have to be compiled and installed. Personally I think Plasmoids have as much of a place here as the other applications/scripts do.


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 Re: Re: section

 
 by Dapper on: Dec 23 2007
 
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Makes sense, maybe you should talk to someone about moving the plasmoid section to kde-apps?


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 Re: Re: Re: section

 
 by muso on: Aug 3 2008
 
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I'd agree with that too, but KDE4.1 has gone a step further, and linked to KDE-Look to install new Plasmoids via the internet (it's an option in the Add Widget section, that's just been added).

I'd really like to use this too, but I'd like to see it added to the appropriate section (don't fancy compiling it to install).


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