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sunbeam and moonshine


KDE Improvement

Score 59%
sunbeam and moonshine

sunbeam and moonshine

sunbeam and moonshine

Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  5832
Submitted:  Jan 11 2006
Updated:  Feb 13 2006


Sunbeam and moonshine are among the most powerful and customizable KDE kicker panel applet and application pair intended to be used (together or in isolation) as an alternative to the present kicker menu.The software currently provides a range of features like file and application search and browsing facilities, process monitoring, drive mounting/unmounting, access to favourite apps and folders, window-browsing and desktop access, and the usual session-management functions ie. locking/logging-out/saving-session . All this with a nifty browser-type ability to go back and forth in browsing history and a highly-configurable interface make sunbeam/moonshine a super desktop application.
Process viewer.
Transparencies and an animation(suggestions about what would look better and other tips welcome).
Better configuration interface.
[BRIEF HOWTO] for a detailed description read the HOWTO here:
"Actions" controls whats shown everywhere.
"Preferences" controls how its looked for
"Browse" controls where its looked for
"Search" shows the results
"the Command combo" controls what is searched.
"Toolbar" for configuration and others
Bright (and not so bright) Ideas(esp for Mark II), RPM/Deb/Gentoo packages and Icons/Backgrounds and Bug-Reports really really Invited!!!
Can anyone living in or near bombay/india lend me CDs with linux distribution containing the latest version of kde?

I am currently in the process of drawing up a feature-list for MARK II which, due to other things that have come up, should take quite some time.
This (MARK II that is),at the least should feature lots of eye-candy, better speeds and a smaller (memory) footprint.
Other equally important features i have planned to implement are a better configuration interface, better, more modular design, easy extensibility and integration with other software/libraries(including kat and/or beagle support). Apropos, anyone have any bright ideas, tell me!!

Thanks Moty Rahamim for the deb
Christoph Mockenhaupt for the e-builds
Thanks for the idea Thom.
and thanks for the help ildr and the superkaramba team.

[to compile]...read INSTALL file in the source.


0.1-alpha-r154...Bringing things ABreast
Superutility Release
1.Process monitor(you have to refresh it manually).You can KILL/TERMINATE/SIGNAL naughty processes from here now!!!
2.Pseudo-Transparency (not too clean but what the hell...atleast theyre there)-Remember each subwidget can be given a different colour-blend..so thats cool :).. lots of improvement coming up.
3.Animation/Reanimation :). Just a little one but atleast its there
1.Mount problems with sym-links etc.
2.Configuration....Cleaner and partially internationalised.
3.Search applets from services menu is faster-atleast nominally so(click to dig deeper).
1.Better animations and transparencies (ideas anyone?).
2.Copy and paste support.
3.Support for reading text. Am i trying to cram all of KDE into this? NO.
4.Cleaner Moonshine with Cool Alarm-Clock/Stopwatch support.
5.Sunbeam's Own Icons (hopefully...is someone generous enough?).

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 by lucher on: Jan 23 2006
Score 50%

What I like about the kmenu is that I press Ctrl+F1 and it opens such that I can handle everything with the keyboard.

Is it possible to add global key support and probably two configurations:
(a) open it as a menu from kicker (eg. topleft under the button)
(b) open it centered through global key combination as a wide window.


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 Re: wow

 by infinitezeros on: Jan 23 2006
Score 50%

Hmm... another one for a window(managed) mode?
well ok... will do that :). Global key support, hmm... ill look into that one too... but one can connect global shortcuts to apps, starting or stopping through kconfig right?... try connecting sunbeam to it. by default only one instance starts and subsequent calls just pop-up the one already started. the centered under the mouse thing should(hopefully.. if i can send the mouse-click coordinates to the app..but do u need that when you can preconfigure the app to open anywhere on the screen?) also happen with the next minor release but do u really want to ... this release is coming since i found some small bugs i should be able to correct quite easily.

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 by binjajer on: Feb 14 2006
Score 50%

Great! As a slackware user, I think it could use some native linux touch. Oh, and a gentoo-user style bug: why isn't the moonshine drinkable if I compile it with --wno-long-short -vomit-frame-pointer -i-can-read ?

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 Re: Good.

 by infinitezeros on: Feb 15 2006
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Native linux touch?...could u elaborate?
And Drinkable?...i assume by that you mean it should support little aswell as big endian?
please please explain

Basant Mudalgi
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 Re: Good.

 by infinitezeros on: Feb 17 2006
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mm sorry ... didnt read ur comment properly the last time around... ill check with the compilation problem.... but well, the linux touch thing is still a bit, u know, unclear.

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