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Magic Folder

   1.2.2  

Plasmoid Script

Score 91%
Magic Folder
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Magic Folder
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Minimum required   PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  4035
Submitted:  Mar 2 2009
Updated:  Jul 23 2010

Description:

A widget that sorts files dropped onto it into the users personal file system, following custom made rules.




Changelog:

1.2.3
  • ADDED: Label underneath the icon
  • FIXED: The configuration wasn't always saved


  • 1.2.2
  • FIXED: Simple Wildcards weren't working


  • 1.2.1
  • CHANGED: Background is now transparent
  • ADDED: i18n support for 4.2.0 to 4.2.80 (4.2.90+ got native support)
  • ADDED: German translation (100%)
  • ADDED: Polish translation (80%)


  • 1.2.0
  • ADDED: Preset filters for video, image, audio and text files
  • FIXED: Scripts got files with protocol prefix, even with local files
  • ADDED: "Copy Only"-function


  • 1.1.1
  • ADDED: Filter Import/Export
  • ADDED: Checkbox and Info-Button for Script Support
  • CHANGED: Files get filtered and processed in chunks
  • FIXED: Crash occured when opening the config a second time
  • ADDED: Tooltips for buttons


  • 1.1.0
  • ADDED: Icon Customizability
  • CHANGED: Filters get saved outside plasma-appletsrc
  • ADDED: Experimental Script Support
  • FIXED: did case insensitivity ever worked oO ?
  • CHANGED: Buttons on the filter page are now in a toolbar


  • 1.0.2
  • FIXED: loading issue
  • FIXED: config ui didn't recognize case sensitivity setting


  • 1.0.1
  • FIXED: some size and margin issues


  • 1.0.0
  • initial release



  • LicenseGPL
    (Package for plasmapkg/KGHNS)
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     User friendliness

     
     by mintlars on: May 8 2009
     
    Score 50%

    Hi

    This is a great plasmoid with a lot of potential usage for a lot of people. However, it could be a lot simpler to use or at least have some sort of manual.

    Right now it's kind of difficult to use it if you don't already know how. A word like "regex" is non-explanatory for newbies. Also, there is no help to learn how to use it. There are also a lot of file-extensions that the user should know about before they use it-

    My suggestion is that you could use predefined filters for different kind of files. For example a video-filter, document-filter etc. Classifications that are common to sort into. All the user has to do is fill in the destination for the different classes. This way, the user also gets an example of how the regex is supposed to look, and can thus learn how to define own filters.


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     Re: User friendliness

     
     by bizzl on: May 8 2009
     
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    Quote:
    Right now it's kind of difficult to use it if you don't already know how. A word like "regex" is non-explanatory for newbies.

    Indeed, but I haven't yet figured out how to make own translations, or even how to get a listing of all existing i18n-keys :(
    Any suggestions where to look?

    Quote:
    My suggestion is that you could use predefined filters for different kind of files. For example a video-filter, document-filter etc. Classifications that are common to sort into. All the user has to do is fill in the destination for the different classes. This way, the user also gets an example of how the regex is supposed to look, and can thus learn how to define own filters.

    I will look into that.


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     Copy to folders

     
     by trisr on: May 17 2009
     
    Score 50%

    Top notch plasmoid that I'm waiting to find more uses for.

    One thing that I was wanting to achieve was to be able to copy a file to a folder rather than move (so I can drag and drop finished torrents to their destination but keep them seeding from the original location).

    As a suggestion for future a tick box option to copy rather than move would be really handy.

    In the meantime I'm trying to have this done with a script but I can't figure out how to pass the filename to a bash script. Can anyone help?

    The script:
    #! /bin/bash
    # Copy Script for Magic Folder - test
    cp $1 ~/sandbox/test


    And from the command line the following works as expected
    copyscript.sh file.txt

    Thanks for any assistance and most of all for a great app.


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     Re: Copy to folders

     
     by bizzl on: May 17 2009
     
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    My bad, sorry.
    I have forgotten to remove the protocol prefix kio uses, so you get URLs starting with "file://", which bash doesn't like.
    I will fix that asap.

    I will also add this "copy"-option. Really didn't thought anyone would want that, sorry.


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     Re: Re: Copy to folders

     
     by trisr on: May 24 2009
     
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    Wow. I don't think that I've every seen a requested feature added that fast. That's amazing. Trying out the copy to feature now. Seems to work great.

    I'll test out the scripting modification soon but I cont know if I need that now.

    Thanks again... You reminded me why I love KDE.


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     Transparent background?

     
     by couteau on: Jun 10 2009
     
    Score 50%

    Cool plasmoid. Very handy. Thanks! It would be great if it could be an option to make the background transparent (like the trashcan plasmoid) so you just see the green folder on the desktop, and not the black square around it.


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     installation- kde4.2.3

     
     by bcrisciotti on: Jun 15 2009
     
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    This is my favourite plasmoid. But i had to reformat my opensuse 11.1. In this case i decided to perform a bigger upgrade before installing everything else. Now i cannot load/install magic folder. I know that the python-kde4 bindings are broken on kde4.2.3. But it is very strange that even installing it form local file, it does not show in the add widget folder. Any idea? Thank you


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     Re: installation- kde4.2.3

     
     by bizzl on: Jun 15 2009
     
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    Did you use the graphical installer?
    I'm not sure, but it appears to be broken. On Kubuntu it sometimes worked, but always gave an error message. Try to use plasmapkg -i plasmoidfile.plasmoid from the CLI.


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     Regex parsing

     
     by FriedChicken on: Jul 26 2009
     
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    Regex like "NamePart1*.pdf" or "NamePart1*" don't seem to work. Is there a trick to do this?

    Thank you for this great plasmoid!


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     Re: Regex parsing

     
     by bizzl on: Aug 7 2009
     
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    I'm sorry for not answering in two weeks.
    Yes, this is indeed a bug, and I think I fixed it.


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     Re: Re: Regex parsing

     
     by FriedChicken on: Aug 12 2009
     
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    Thank you, I'll try it out


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     Great :)

     
     by ziolo4ever on: Aug 20 2009
     
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    It's good work :)


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