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Plasmoid Script

Score 67%


Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  345
Submitted:  Sep 8 2010
Updated:  Sep 8 2010


This plasmoid is intended to be a simple todo list.

It's supposed to be:
Simple to understand.
Simple to add, delete and edit posts.
Simple to install.

This project is based upon Web Snippet (http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Web%20Snippet?content=111945) and Jquery (www.jquery.com).

It doesn't depend on Akonadi or KOrganizer. It does however, at least in this version (0.1), depend on a localhost. This means you have to install Apache or any similar software. If it's of any interest I might add the feature to store the lists online, which would eliminate the need of setting up a local server.

1. First you have to install Apache or any similar software. There's plenty of documentation on the Internet for how to do that.
2. Next put this whole folder in Apaches DocumentRoot folder. This is usually /var/www.
3. Then install the plasmoid. This can be done by opening a terminal, get to this folder and type the following command:
plasmapkg -i simpleTODO.plasmoid
4. Put the plasmoid where you want it.
5. Open up settings for simpleTODO. In the input field named URL, you type the following address:
Unless you've put it somewhere else. In that case you replace /var/www/ (or your DocumentRoot folder) with http://localhost/.
You might as well have different todo lists, all you have to do is add a questionmark followed by the name of the list, like this:

If you're able to install simpleTODO, then the rest is pretty easy. ;) Type a new post in the field and hit enter to add a it. Click X to delete a post. Press the pen, or doubleclick an item to edit. Just drag them around to put them in the right order. There is also an invisible handle, that you might use to resize the width of the todo list. It's located to the right of the input field. Just drag it to resize.

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 online version

 by DanaKil on: Sep 8 2010
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Nice but IMO, having to set up a local apache server is a bit too much for a TODO list.

As you said, it could be great to use an online server. Very useful to use with a smartphone for exemple, I could simply add a shortcut to the todo php/html page. Bonus point if I can update my todo list from the web page :)

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 Re: online version

 by roggan87 on: Sep 9 2010
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Thanks for feedback!
I really get your point. Actually, I struggled for way to long to get akonadi and KOrganizer to work, and therefore I created this app. I already had Apache up and running so it was easier for me.

But as you say, it could be very useful to store the lists online. I really like the point of synchronizing with a smart phone.

I'll see what I can do about it.

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 And how about...

 by Sparrowmelody on: Sep 9 2010
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...a simple local storage? that would make it usable without having Apache running and without having to be online.
IMO, there are plenty of online task managers, but there aren't enough simple offline ones.
A plasmoid like that would fill that niche.

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 Re: And how about...

 by roggan87 on: Sep 9 2010
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I'd wish I could make that happen. The problem is that it's coded in JavaScript, and is just using a small plasmoid, based on Web Snippet to show the webpage. As far as I know there is no way to store files on the computer using JavaScript, except for via ajax, and then you need a localhost :/

But I agree, too many online apps, so the best would be to make both ;)

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 not working for me?

 by lavrcom on: Apr 6 2011
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I need help, please. I've installed this plasmoid and it works ok, but when I reload page (press F5 on it) or reboot computer, all my events are disappeared. What I do wrong?

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 Re: not working for me?

 by lavrcom on: Apr 7 2011
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sorry, it's ok now. I just set folder permissions

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