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openSUSE KDE Tweaks

   10.2  

KDE Improvement

Score 70%
openSUSE KDE Tweaks
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  2135
Submitted:  May 30 2007
Updated:  May 30 2007

Description:

These openSUSE KDE Tweaks are actually KDE 3.5.5 (openSUSE 10.2) patches and two RPM tools through which I have added, modified and removed some features.

I like and dislike the new kickoff menu at the same time, so I decided to change everything about it that I don't like.

Although my patches were ment to change only the new kickoff menu, I ended up changing other parts of KDE, and even writing two little apps. The results of my hacking are all here, so make good use of it :-)


The patch provides the following modifications:

bi-kicker:

- Changes the order of the kickoff tabs to a more logical order (in order of access frequency): Favorites, Applications, History, Leave
- Removes the IMHO useless Computer tab (can be replaced with a sysinfo icon in the Favorites tab)
- Corrects the order of Grub entries (to descending) in the "Start Operating System" submenu
- Removes the useless "Restart and boot directly into ..." comments from the Start OS submenu
- Changes the order of the Recently Used Apps to the same order as in the old menu and as in the Recent Documents list (new at top, older at bottom)
- Lower the number of days a New Application entry is kept (1 instead of 3)
- Adds an Uninstall context menu entry which calls the uninstall_rpm script with the *.desktop file as the first parameter
- Changes in the old KMenu the "Recently Used Applications" tag to just "Recently Used" and the "Most Used Applications" tag to "Most Used"
- Adds a rounded corner to the left side of the search mode

bi-kicker_noshadow:

- Everything included in bi-kicker
- Removes the shadow surrounding the menu. Useful for those who enable the nVidia composite mode (providing a cool shadow for all active windows) and would like to avoid a strange double shadow effect.

bi-kdesktop:

- Prevents the unwanted realignment of desktop icons when the Auto Align mode is set (random realignment of the icons is a problem since KDE 3.4)

bi-kcontrol:

- Removed the "Get New Wallpapers" button from the Desktop Configuration Dialog, because it provides unfiltered access to images that are more and more shameless :-(
- Changes the icon of the Display option (different from the Screensaver option)

bi-krpmview:

- Adds a "Quick Install" button to the krpmview kpart which calls the install_rpm script with the *.rpm file as the first parameter


The RPM-Tools provide:

- Simple and quick solution to install an RPM + konqueror service menu
- Simple and quick solution to uninstall an RPM + konqueror service menu
- No dependency handling




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 Home icon in Applica

 
 by mmodem on: Jun 5 2007
 
Score 50%

What i would like to see would be a Home icon in Applications tab.

For the rest the things i think are usefull are:
- the shadow surrounding the menu
- Adds a rounded corner to the left side of the search mode

For the auto alignment im using the patch provided by David Faure


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