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Kim (Kde Image Menu)

   0.9.5 (KDE 4.x)  

KDE Graphic Tool

Score 85%
Kim (Kde Image Menu)
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Kim (Kde Image Menu)
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Kim (Kde Image Menu)
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  25628
Submitted:  Mar 22 2004
Updated:  Feb 23 2009

Description:

* FEATURES:
This is an image Kde servicemenu which allows to:
- compress images,
- resize images,
- convert images,
- rotate images,
- rename images,
- resize and send by mail images,
- and more other actions !
This servicemenu use ImageMagick and Mpegtools.
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* PUBLICATIONS:
- Linux magzines published in its issue of May 2005 an article devoted to Kde Image Menu (Kim) ! (See www.linux-magazine.com)
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* NEWS:
- Kim is now available for KDE 4.x!




Changelog:

Release Kim4-0.9.5 (for kde >= 4.x):
- first available version for KDE 4.x!
Release kim-0.9.5 (for kde >= 3.3):
- auto-rotate images from EXIF informations.
Release kim-0.9.4 (for kde >= 3.3):
- create a html gallery works correctly (with portrait or landscape images).
- send by mail works correctly now!
Release kim-0.9.2 (for kde >= 3.3):
- create a "pèle-mèle" with your pictures (see http://bouveyron.free.fr/kim/images/pele-mele.jpg for a demo),
- some bugs fixed ...
Release kim-0.9.1 (for kde >= 3.3):
- sort images by date (rename the images using EXIF informations),
- some bugs fixed ...
Release kim-0.9.0 (for kde >= 3.3):
- export in a gif animation,
- export in a flash slideshow for all image format now !(demo: http://bouveyron.free.fr/kim/slideshow),
- export in a html galery(demo: http://bouveyron.free.fr/kim/galery),
- and some improvements ...
Release kim-0.8.4 (for kde >= 3.3):
- Fix some bugs ...
Release kim-0.8.3 (for kde >= 3.3):
- Fix security issues by using temporary files,
- Fix UTF-8 encoding issues in desktop files,
- Fix copyrights and other licensing stuff.




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(kim4-0.9.5 for KDE 4.x)
(kim4-0.9.5 for ArchLinux)
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 kubuntu install erro

 
 by zi99y on: Apr 7 2006
 
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Same issue as the other kubuntu user..

sudo ./install.sh
Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server
Xlib: No protocol specified

kdeinit: Can't connect to the X Server.
kdeinit: Might not terminate at end of session.
Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server
Xlib: No protocol specified

kded: cannot connect to X server :0
DCOP aborting call from 'anonymous-13394' to 'kded'
kded: ERROR: Communication problem with kded, it probably crashed.


Have tried with sudo, su, and su -c, same problems.......


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 Re: kubuntu install erro

 
 by daviddi on: Apr 8 2006
 
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Nevertheless I got the error you had too, the KIMmenu is available (under actionsmenu) when right clicking on a picture in konqueror. I tried resizing a selection of files and it works.
Hope it works for you too!


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 Re: Re: kubuntu inst

 
 by zi99y on: Apr 8 2006
 
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Thanks! Absolutely right, it works fine and I hadn't noticed.

Very nice tool, mucho thanks to the dev.

Can't work out how to add rotate left to the toolbar - it's not available in the addable list - rotate right is already appearing though


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 Re: kubuntu install erro

 
 by jeffou60 on: Apr 14 2006
 
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You can't have a X connection in being su.
It's a graphic installer !!
cd path/ (where is kim)
sudo ./install.sh
password: (user password)

It won't be the user password if you've changed some options, in this case try root passwd.

It will be the same for all the graphical application working on a directory where user doesn't have the writting right.

The other way is to choose the non graphical login in kdm and log at root
then you type startx
Try this way if the other doesn't succed.

It's a wonderfull apps !
No need to use imagemagick again !!


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 Re: kubuntu install erro

 
 by jonnymccullagh on: Apr 17 2006
 
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I am a kubuntu user and really wanted this. I could not get it to install so I created a new install.sh e.g. myinstaller.sh and made it executable.
I then edited it pasting in only section 2 from the original install.sh.
I then replaced all occurences of $kdeinsdir with /usr
I saved the file and then ran it as sudo e.g. sudo ./myinstaller.sh

It worked fine and now I am happily using KIM. It would be good if this was available by apt.
Thanks, jonny


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 Re: Re: kubuntu install erro

 
 by ach on: Apr 18 2006
 
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kim is available for dapper as pkg konq-kim:

http://packages.ubuntu.com/cgi-bin/search_packages.pl?keywords=konq-kim&searchon=names&subword=1&version=all&release=all

I'm sure it's not hard to backport
if you know a bit about debian pkging

Achim


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 Re: Re: Re: kubuntu install erro

 
 by jonnymccullagh on: Apr 22 2006
 
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Good to know - I hope they also add pdfjam an pdftk an swftools would be nice.
cheers,
jonny


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 Re: Re: kubuntu install erro

 
 by raphink on: Aug 8 2006
 
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Kim has been in Kubuntu for quite a time now.

To install it, simply type :

"sudo apt-get install konq-kim"


Cheers,

Raphaël


P.S: Charles, can you add this to the description, so people don't try to install manually on Ubuntu/Kubuntu please?


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 for those who think

 
 by blurymind on: Apr 8 2006
 
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thats kim is cluttered/bloated:

well,the useless to the certain user features can be excluded by hand(by removing some of the scripts in the /konq/services folder...or so i think)...but i think that its kind of a pain to open konq as root and go and do it by hand..also it should have been great if a certain service menu could be installed only for one user,not for everybody (not everybody uses kim).

I think that nothing is to be removed from kim,because every feature it has is just great.One remark to be made is for its installer (install.sh) which gives you 3 options and it doesnt work on a slackware distro.I think that more work can be done in the install script.
It will be great if the user could just choose which features to be installed with checkboxes. :)


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 Thank you

 
 by BorgQueen on: Apr 8 2006
 
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I really appreciate all service tools you've created. In another post I explained that I use one of my Ark Linux machines as a publishing machine, so I work with pdfs and images a LOT. Between your tools/ servicemenus and the PDF tools, I really get a lot done! Thank you very much.


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 Flash Slideshow

 
 by jonnymccullagh on: Apr 27 2006
 
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I tried to create a flash slideshow using KIM and I eventually got it to work however I had a few problems - if anyone can help me fix them?
- The images did not copy into the /images folder
- In the XML file the image filenames were incorrectly listed as images/myfile.jpg.jpg

So overall I had to do 2 extra things:
1. manually copy the files to /images
2. edit the XML file to remove extra .jpg

Any help is appreciated,
thanks for a great tool,
jonny


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 Re: Flash Slideshow

 
 by blurymind on: May 2 2006
 
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can we make the flash slideshow use bigger resolution/size?

I would really apreciate it,I THERE WAS A ZOOM IN option in the swf right click menu!


...and May the source be with you.. @655
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 Slackware UpGrade!

 
 by gohanz on: May 2 2006
 
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http://www.slacky.it/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=1&func=fileinfo&filecatid=1014&parent=category


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 where to put files?

 
 by pusrob on: May 8 2006
 
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Hello.
I just wanted to ask, where to put the files of Kim, to make it work? The Install script doesn't work. If I start it in konsole, it sais, that it cannot connect to X, and if I start it from Konqueror, it does something, but no result in menu. The Kim menu won't appear. I tried it on images, but nothing. Thanks for the help.


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 Re: where to put files?

 
 by ilj on: May 19 2006
 
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$KDEDIR/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/

this is the path to store Konqueror's servicemenus; kim too.

You may safely put the `kim*' files into the folder and try to use them.

Make sure that the copied kim* files have the same owner mode and permission values as the other files in the folder. This may be vital.


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