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KDE Improvement

Score 75%

Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  19425
Submitted:  Sep 19 2006
Updated:  Sep 21 2006


This is a modified pager applet for kicker to make it work with
compiz. More generally, it is intended to work with window managers that use
the concept of "large desktops" instead of "multiple virtual desktops" as kwin
does exclusively.

Technically, it is a matter of respecting window managers standards as defined
by EWMH (http://standards.freedesktop.org/wm-spec/wm-spec-1.4.html), using the
facilities already provided by KDE.

The code is based on the minipager applet taken from kdebase-3.5.4.

To install the package, follow the generic instructions found in the INSTALL and README files.Once it is installed, use the kicker dialog to add a new applet, and the pager
will appear in the list.

The code should soon be hosted somewhere in the KDE svn, hopefully to be merged in one of the next releases.

Enjoy !


kicker-compiz 0.2
-Viewport numbering is ok
-Handles both vertical and horizontal viewports, for the plane plugin
-vertical kicker is ok
Know buggy or can be improved
-Window drag&drop does not work reliably when dragging from a viewport
different from the current one
-small graphic glitches (seams) for certain panel sizes, due to
rounding errors

kicker-compiz 0.1
Initial release, beta quality
Currently working:
-pager has the good size, displays windows correctly
-current viewport is highlighted
-click to switch to another viewport
Known buggy or can be improved:
-Window drag&drop doesnt work reliably
-Aspect ratio is not respected when using kicker is vertical

Source(kicker-compiz 0.2 source code)
Ubuntu(kicker-compiz 0.2 package for kubuntu)
SUSE(kicker-compiz 0.1 package for openSuse 10.1 i386)
SUSE(kicker-compiz 0.1 package for openSuse 10.1 x86_64)
Mandriva(kicker-compiz 0.1 package for mandriva 2007 i586)
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 Using Mouse Wheel ...

 by BryanFRitt on: Nov 15 2008
Score 50%

[copied form my other post]
It would be a nice option to add if we could set it to change, either desktops, or virtual desktops(up/down, left/right, prev/next, loop/no_loop(u/d l/r p/n)) with the mouse wheel, or tilt wheel over the pager.
Also a middle click for move the active window to a desktop/viewport would be nice.
u/d l/r p/n
up/down left/right previous/next

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 It will do virtual vertical...

 by BryanFRitt on: Nov 15 2008
Score 50%

Turn off the cube effect and this app will be able to do vertical virtual desktops. (You can try Wall instead)

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 Mouse Wheel V.Desktop Column

 by BryanFRitt on: Nov 16 2008
Score 50%

When switching KDE desktops with the mouse wheel it will go to the same virtual desktop row like it should, however it goes to the first column of that virtual desktop row instead of going to the same column.
I still think there should be an option to change it to switch virtual desktops with the mouse wheel. (see other post)
Just thinking about it. You could think of virtual desktop columns as x, virtual desktop rows as y, and think of [non-virtual or KDE] desktops as z.

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 Re: Mouse Wheel V.Desktop Column

 by BryanFRitt on: Dec 9 2008
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I've uninstalled what I had compiled and installed the one from in Ubuntu's Adept-Manager, and it no longer has the crashing taskbar problem, and it goes to the same virtual desktop when switching desktops with the mouse. Maybe the one that I compiled was messed up, or didn't compile right, or something.

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 Number of desktops

 by bugmenot1234 on: Dec 31 2008
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Setting Number of desktops in compiz to 4, and in kde to 4, shows about 16 desktops in the kicker!!!

bla bla bla...

I wont this:

|1 |2 |
|3 |4 |

and to have a cube,
But when I do kwin --replace it puts
all my windows to desktop 1?

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 KDE desktop switch fix

 by BryanFRitt on: Feb 22 2009
Score 50%

As long as you have the Compiz 'Wallpaper' plugin disabled, everytime you boot up, login, logout, login again, and you'll be able to switch KDE desktops without the taskbar crashing.



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