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Daisy

   corolla 0.0.4.26  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 93%
Daisy
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Daisy
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Daisy
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Homepage:  http://cdlszm.org/
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  68976
Submitted:  Apr 2 2009
Updated:  Jul 14 2012

Description:

"Daisy" is a simple application launcher for Plasma.

Presentation video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSZeDrhQxUU




Changelog:

Alpha corolla 0.0.4:

0.0.4.26 (14.Jul.2012)
- Dolphin is now used in trash plugin;
- Now using Taskmanager library for compatibility with KDE 4.8;
- Thumbnails are now clickable.


0.0.4.25 (11.Nov.2010)
- Added support for VLC in "Media controller" role.


0.0.4.24 (10.Nov.2010)
- Fixed bug that could cause the applet to crash in certain circumstances (patched by pierre.parent|at|insa-rouen.fr);
- Dolphin is now used as default application for the file manager launcher;
- Updated Italian translation.


0.0.4.23 (29.Jun.2010)
- Moved project page to dedicated host;
- Removed some backgrounds;
- Added Greek language translation done by Alexander Kaltsas;
- Added Turkish language translation done by Anıl Özbek;
- Added Russian language translation done by Dmitry Pisklov;
- Fixed issue with TaskManager lib that would affect compilation (thanks bram85);
- Multiple bugfixes.


0.0.4.22 (11.Fev.2010)
- Small bugfix to work properly with KDE 4.4.



For the complete list of changes please visit: http://cdlszm.org/




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 How can I install it?

 
 by rumcajs007 on: Aug 24 2009
 
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Hi!

Can somebody tell me how can I install this dock?

Thanks in advance


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 Re: How can I install it?

 
 by rickz on: Aug 25 2009
 
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see the downloaded "INSTALL" file.


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 Re: How can I install it?

 
 by Lechio on: Sep 2 2009
 
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There are three ways of installing Daisy:

- By downloading the source and compiling it. It has an install script to make this task easier, consult the INSTALL file, as advised by rickz, for details. This option will require some development packages to be installed on the system.

- By downloading a binary package.

- By using a package manager.


Regards.


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 Compiles but won't show

 
 by BlackAbbot on: Aug 25 2009
 
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For some reason I can get this to compile just fine, but no matter what I try I can't get it to show up in the Add Widgets menu. I've tried all the usual tricks like running kbuildsycoca4 and different compile options, but nothing is helping. Any ideas?


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 Re: Compiles but won't show

 
 by Lechio on: Sep 2 2009
 
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That's weird. Have you restarted the Plasma workspace after install?
Regards.


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 Awesome plasmoid

 
 by iskarion on: Aug 30 2009
 
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This dock plasmoid ist just awesome. Once it's more feature complete (tray support...) this should definitely replace the taskbar in the KDE default installation. After KDE 4/Plasma brought all this eyecandy and nice new features, such a dock is the only thing still missing to make KDE look like a really modern and advanced desktop.
Much better than the plain, old K menu, taskbar, system tray stuff which reminds me too much of Windows.

Though one strange thing I noticed: In mode "hide only when a doch-hiding button is clicked" the drawer effect is not working. Instead, if several instances of applications are running I just get some sort of popup menu with a plain list.

In the other hide modes, the drawer effect is working just fine (but has the problem, that drawer elements are sometimes hidden by other plasmoids. The drawer elements should always be on top).

Is this the intended behaviour?

Also the key combination, when defined, doesn't seem to have any effect. What is suposed to happen, if this key combination is pressed? At least it doesn't bring up the dock when it's hidden.


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 Re: Awesome plasmoid

 
 by Lechio on: Sep 2 2009
 
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Currently the drawers and the applet cannot cover any application windows, therefore, instead of drawers, a plain menu is used to represent multiple application instances in that situation. This is something temporary until a better solution is found.

Will correct that behavior of drawers not being on top of other plasmoids.

The key combination is something implemented in Plasma, I believe. If it doesn't work, complain to the Plasma team. :)

Regards.


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 Looking forward next release!

 
 by xakde on: Sep 1 2009
 
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Hi
I love this dock!
And I just want to say that I'm really looking forward the next release!
Mostly because I’d love to have the parabolic zoom effect and to have the running tasks shown in the dock.

I would contribute to the project If I would know some about qt programming (or whatever libraries are you using).

Thankyou!


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 Re: Looking forward next release!

 
 by Lechio on: Sep 2 2009
 
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Hi there. Thank you for the feedback.
I've put up a link for a "developer preview", taskbar plugin is now implemented; parabolic zooming is something to work on for a next release.

Have a look at techbase, there are some good tutorials and documentation there, I should read those too... :)
You can contribute in other ways if you wish, like making translation, reporting bugs, giving feedback on some feature.

Regards.


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 Re: Re: Looking forward next

 
 by prasadae on: Sep 2 2009
 
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Really nice! I think you can have a daisy-next or daisy-current uploaded here for the few of us who do not mind if things go really wrong! :-) Right now, I am in the process of learning how to code in Qt with the KDE API's. But till then, I can help in testing.

PS: Link is wrong... But I figured it out.

I really love the task manager thing. It was one of things missing. I will report if I find something odd.

Thanks


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 daisy-current (Task manager)

 
 by prasadae on: Sep 2 2009
 
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Hi,

With daisy-current,
Task manager problem 1:
(Not at all critical)
When enough windows are opened such that the dock expands beyond the screen, launchers are hidden at the extremes.
-> Have a scroll option?

Task manager problem 2:
(Also not critical)
Multiple programs causes multiple entries in the the task manager side.
This makes it inconsistent as the launchers are grouped.

Both are very minor. I can live with them.


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 Re: daisy-current (Task manager)

 
 by Lechio on: Sep 6 2009
 
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1. Scrolling option looks a good way to go around that issue. Or maybe decreasing the size of the icons to fit the screen?

2. Grouping of tasks not yet implemented in taskbar plugin.


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 Taskbar is awesome!

 
 by rickz on: Sep 2 2009
 
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But I can't get the separator to appear, even if I select it in the settings. Do I need to uninstall older version first?


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 Re: better Bug reporting

 
 by prasadae on: Sep 3 2009
 
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Hi,

It would be easier for you if you opened a googlecode account just for the bug reporting tool.

That way you can track bugs easier.

And if you have a public repo, you can easily say: Can you try rxxx, and dozens of minions (like me) will scatter to see if it fixes a issue...

I see this as a very good replacement for the panel.


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 Re: Re: better Bug reporting

 
 by Lechio on: Sep 6 2009
 
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Already there:
http://code.google.com/p/daisyplasma/

Just got to setup the page, been too busy lately. Also plan to add it to KDE playground.
Should be faster to develop this way.


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 Re: Taskbar is awesome!

 
 by Lechio on: Sep 6 2009
 
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The separators aren't yet implemented, just added that list to the interface but it wasn't functional.

Latest update to the "developer preview" release has the plugins list working (separators still not implemented and sorting of plugins not working yet).


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