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KoolDock

   0.3  

KDE Improvement

Score 74%
KoolDock
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  117744
Submitted:  Apr 18 2004
Updated:  Aug 16 2004

Description:

A kool dock for KDE. It attemps to resemble the Mac OSX dock. Check out the screenshots.



Features:

App Launcher.
On Screen text display (over icons).
Drag&Drop app list.
Auto-Hide.
Nice hide-show animation.
Transparency.
Xinerama support.
Others.

Check out the CVS:
http://ktown.kde.cl/kooldock/download.php

Join our Mailing-List:
http://ktown.kde.cl/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/kooldock-devel

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VIDEO: KoolDock 0.1 in action!!
http://ktown.kde.cl/kooldock/kooldock.avi
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UPDATE:
If you experience problems compiling KoolDock please do the following:
# make -f Makefile.dist
# ./configure
# make; make install

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IMPORTANT:
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A weekly CVS based Debian Unstable (SID) package is now generated at :
http://intranet.harlaut.net/debian/
This is an unofficial package provided by a KoolDock user (by mike at harlaut dot net)... Thanks.




Changelog:

KoolDock 0.3:
- Added: Translation support (i18n): Spanish (complete), Swedish (complete), Polish (not fully up to date).
- Added: Mouse Wheel over Dock now switches Desktop.
- Added: Launcher icons can now be sorted through Launcher List.
- Added: Move to Desktop/Go To Desktop (Taskbar/Nav. Bar).
- Added: New option to Nav. Bar: Task List.
- Added: Theme support for KoolDock Background (5 themes).
- Added: Run launcher as different user.
- Added: It is now possible to tell KoolDock to manage all windows or those in the present Desktop.
- Added: Active window icon is now highlighted.
- Improved: Xinerama Support (user configurable screen resolution).
- Updated: About dialog information.
- Patches: Text Shadow Patch (thanks to William Ekholm).
- Fixed: KMenu and mousemove event: sigsegv (thanks to Jared Grubb).
- Fixed: Minor fixes and Optimizations.
- Experimental: Systray Support (do not use it unless you want to help us with this).

KoolDock 0.2
- Fixed separator issue, now it is drawed only when necessary.
- Fixed configuration - separator issue (now it is not disabled).
- Fixed setupdialog and appdialog resizing.
- Xinerama support (in preferences).
- Navigation Menu + clock (available through KoolDock menu).
- Screenshot of minimized windows (only through KoolDock menu).
- Added "Hide on click" (Hide KoolDock after clicking on an icon).
- Added "Show after"; how long the mouse must be at bottom of the
screen before showing the dock.
- Added "Run from Terminal" and "Keep Terminal Open" in the add
launcher dialog (useful for console applications, e.g: top, vim).
- Rewrote "Ignore List"; now it is possible to grab windows names.
- Proper tooltips in the "Preference Dialog"
- Optimization to the background drawing rutine.
- Major code clean-up (still needs more).
- Minor fixes.




LicenseGPL
(KoolDock 0.3 Official - Source)
(CVS AutoGenerated Tarball)
(Debian Sid - unofficial - 0.2)
(Archlinux 0.6 - unofficial - 0.2)
(Gentoo - unofficial - 0.3)
(Mandrake 10 - unofficial - 0.3)
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 Another Problem

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 12 2004
 
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If you minimize a Window using KoolDock it shows a Screenshot of the Window as icon. However after changing the desktop and going back, the screenshot is gone and the applications icon is shown again.


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 Re: Another Problem

 
 by ipv4 on: Aug 14 2004
 
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I was able to reproduce the previous issue and I will fix it when I get my laptop back (my harddisk died).
On the other hand I was unable to reproduce this problem, could you give more details?

Thanks for the feedback :D


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 Re: Re: Another Problem

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 16 2004
 
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1. Open an application on desktop 1
2. Minimize it, using Kooldock, so that it shows the screenshot as icon
3. go to desktop 2.
4. go back to desktop 1

After that, the screenshot icon of the minimized application on desktop 1 is gone and shows the application icon instead.


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 what in future?

 
 by aivs on: Aug 12 2004
 
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Why not impossible make kooldock with opengl, its make kooldock more fast and realy transparency?


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 Re: what in future?

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 13 2004
 
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OpenGL can only be really transparent, if the background objetcs are also displayed in OpenGL.


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 New Packages.

 
 by ipv4 on: Aug 16 2004
 
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Chris Dragan and Vctor Fernndez Martnez had kindly made the packages for Gentoo and Mandrake respectively.
Download links updated accordingly.


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 Maybe...

 
 by informix on: Aug 16 2004
 
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Maybe it would be nice if we could make and extra option to kpersonalisizer, that you could selet your Panel-layout:

1.) kicker
2.) slicker
2.) kooldock (some functions to replace kicker are missing

Maybe this way :

1.) If you select macos-x,

kooldock should be standart

2.) if you select win32,

kicker should be the best fitting part

3.) If you select KDE,

all parts sould be standart, which the kde-community requests.

4.) In Unix-Mode,

there sould be a minimal kicker for slow and scientific systems.


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 function

 
 by aivs on: Aug 16 2004
 
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Where black triangle under running apps?


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 Innovation?

 
 by elektroschock on: Aug 16 2004
 
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It's nice but it is no real innovation but a clone. It show to the public that Free Software just steals just ideas of other software. But it would be easy to change this to a real innovative one.

My Idea would a circular Kooldock in the center of the screen.

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o---o
o---o
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With the same sizing effects as Kooldock.


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 Re: Innovation?

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 16 2004
 
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Uhm... I normaly have my application windows covering the center of the screen. How do you do it?


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