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SpeedDial for KDE


KDE Web Application

Score 73%
SpeedDial for KDE

SpeedDial for KDE

Link:  Link
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  399
Submitted:  Dec 29 2008
Updated:  Aug 31 2009


Over a year ago a bug was filed in the KDE Bug Tracking System requesting a "Speed Dial" page for Konqueror (bug #149596).
This is a prototype speed dial (codename "Tristan") for KDE 4.x which implements this feature request.

For details on how to install this plugin, please read the instructions on the project's webpage.


* Middle click opens links in new tab
* Frames have large numbers/letters allowing to open links using Ctrl+Number/Letter or Ctrl+Alt+Number/Letter (new tab)
* Various bugfixes

* URLs from Konqueror's bookmarks can be added
* Empty spaces on website screenshots are cut away
* Various bugfixes

* Added context menu to add, edit, and remove URLs
* Various changes and fixes

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 by jackiebrown on: Dec 30 2008
Score 50%

I was hoping this would be implemented.

I'm downloading now.

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 Re: Wow

 by jalpaka on: Aug 29 2009
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yeah, hope to see it upstream in konqueror and rekonq!! :)

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 how it works ?

 by dglent on: Dec 30 2008
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i ve allredy finish the compiling but now i dont know what to do. Where is it ? i ve restart konqueror but i dont see it

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 Re: how it works ?

 by fischer on: Dec 30 2008
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Please read the instructions on the project's webpage at http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~fischer/speeddial/

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 Re: Re: how it works ?

 by dglent on: Dec 30 2008
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i ve follow the instructions but i still did ne make it works. i have some questions
1) I ve make a file example.trs , i have to put something inside ?
2) i cannot found the part tristanpart
3) i choose *.trs as file extension but after saving disapears every time in the files assotiation

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 Re: Re: Re: how it works ?

 by jackiebrown on: Dec 31 2008
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I assume you are suppose to
**go to systemsettings
**File associations
**choose "add"
**Under group, select application and name it tristian
** Go to the new type and add *.trs
** On the next tab name embedded choose the appropriate kpart (kthml)

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: how it works ?

 by dglent on: Dec 31 2008
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i choose KHTML(port khtml)
every time i reopen the system settings the extension .trs has gone ! it does nt keep it assosiated with the x-tristan,
i am with mandriva 2009 and kde 4.1.3

after the settings what i suppose to do to open the speed dial, open the file example.trs ? as it is, empty ?

i hope to make it works
Thanks again,

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