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Web Snippet

   1.0  

Plasmoid Script

Score 84%
Web Snippet
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  711
Submitted:  Sep 13 2009

Description:

A simple plasmoid that lets you put a web page on your desktop. It is very useful with the iphone version of many web sites.

For example if you use facebook often, instead of visiting it in a web browser, just set the Web Snippet's url to the iphone version of facebook and leave it on your desktop. Now a quick summary is always open. You can see updates to the news feed and respond to messages without ever visiting facebook in your browser.

This is useful for facebook, Gmail, and many other sites.

To use this plasmoid, install it, and add it to your desktop or dashboard. Then click the configure button (looks like a wrench) and enter the URL of the site you want to be displayed (one example is "http://iphone.facebook.com"). That's all! If you want to reload you can right click on the page.



License:
Feel free to do whatever you want with this code.

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 Kde 4.3

 
 by cialdo99 on: Sep 13 2009
 
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Nice Plasmoid. It's compatible with kde 4.3?


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 Re: Kde 4.3

 
 by soccerjonp on: Sep 14 2009
 
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Yes, I've tested it on KDE 4.3


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 Add URL bar

 
 by warnec on: Sep 13 2009
 
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Works fine in 4.3. If it already works as a small web browser (ability to click on links etc.) why not ask a small URL bar which is only displayed on hover? Would be easier than setting it in Settings.


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 Re: Add URL bar

 
 by soccerjonp on: Sep 14 2009
 
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Thanks for the suggestion! I'm not sure if I'll be able to do that because, primarily, I think it will not be easy, but also because there is nothing to hover over to make it appear. If I make it the top of the web page, then you lose navigation on the top of the web page.

Also, this is meant primarily to be a specific web page, so the url should only need to be set rarely. There is already a web browser plasmoid shipped with kde 4.3 that has a url bar, navigation buttons, and bookmarks.


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 feature

 
 by skatox on: Sep 16 2009
 
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IF you can change the website from a list with just one clic, would be perfect


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 problems at startup

 
 by rousselm on: Nov 10 2009
 
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Hi,

I love this plasmoid but I have some trouble at startup: each time I start my computer I have to manually reenter the adress of the page I want to see otherwise it won't load anything.
Also, the size is changed each time I start up to the default size.
I'm using kubuntu 9.10. I wonder if someone has some answers to these problems...
Thanks in advance for any help,

Marie


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 Re: problems at startup

 
 by JungleEditor on: Nov 22 2009
 
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Hi,

Just to say that I have the same problem on Kubuntu 9.10. Settings and geometry were reset on last reboot.


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 Re: Re: problems at startup

 
 by ivlivs on: Dec 25 2009
 
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Same here. Do you connect via wireless?


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 Re: Re: Re: problems at startup

 
 by JungleEditor on: Dec 26 2009
 
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I don't connect via wireless - wired connection.


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 Translucent or opacity

 
 by Thunderseven on: Nov 15 2009
 
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Is there a way to make the background solid? I can't see my emails with my backdrop being behind it. I don't mind editing a file or something if I could have a pointer.

Oh, I like the widget. Its nice. Thank you for your efforts.


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 auto-refresh

 
 by iandoug on: Nov 21 2009
 
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Hi

I'm using this to display a single image, which is a weather forecast for my area, from http://www.yr.no ... the next 48 hours meteogram, which I think is the coolest weather app for your desktop.

I would like the plasmoid to have an auto-refresh option, so that the image can get updated every hour or three.

Is this possible?

thanks :-)


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