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KDocker

   1.3  

KDE Other Utility

Score 83%
KDocker
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KDocker
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KDocker
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  6903
Submitted:  Jun 14 2004
Updated:  Apr 5 2005

Description:

Ever wished your favourite editor/im/media player had system tray
docking capabilities? KDocker will help you dock any application in the system tray. This means you can dock openoffice, firefox, thunderbolt, anything! Just point and click. Works for both KDE and GNOME (and reportedly on XFCE)

You can also launch and dock applications using the command line
kdocker -mt xmms
kdocker -m gaim
kdocker kcalc
kdocker -l firefox (will autolaunch firefox)

kdocker -h for more options & features

IMPORTANT: Make sure KDocker is in your $PATH for Session Management to work. I
created a link in /usr/bin to point to kdocker. KDocker will automatically dock
all the programs that you had docked in your previous session when you log on
the next time (provided they were all docked when you logged out).

Read the INSTALL and README for all the gory details.




Changelog:

for version 1.3
- Fix bug when reading back balloon timeout on session restoration
- AutoLaunch enhancement (Request user to provide program name when
autodetection failed)
- Indonesian translations from Eko Prasetiyo
- Italian translations from Alessio Cassibba
- Updated Brazilian Portuguese translations




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 Ran out of ideas

 
 by cs19713 on: Aug 30 2004
 
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Hi Guys,
Thanks for all the reviews, mails and rating.

I have run out of ideas for adding new features to KDocker. If you have anything in mind that would be nice to have, let me know.

Thank you,
Girish


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 Re: Ran out of ideas

 
 by juanjux on: Aug 30 2004
 
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Improve de configuration dialog. Currently it is very measy, for example requires to write a lot of paths (instead of giving a list of choices.) Some options are not clear to see what they're for.


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 Re: Re: Ran out of i

 
 by juanjux on: Aug 30 2004
 
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Uh sorry, wrong thread, ignore this message :D


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 Re: Ran out of ideas

 
 by EricC on: Aug 30 2004
 
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What about support for Composite extension in the new xorg 6.8.0 ? =)

Would be wonderfull!


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 Re: Re: Ran out of i

 
 by EricC on: Aug 30 2004
 
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DOH!...Wrong thread. I thought I was commenting on KXDocker.

LOL. :)


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 Re: Ran out of ideas

 
 by jbpuertam on: Sep 2 2004
 
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You could add an option to select a custom icon that will appear on the system tray when you dock an application!


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 Re: Re: Ran out of i

 
 by cs19713 on: Sep 3 2004
 
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Nice idea. Will do.

I just installed FC2. Some wierd behaviour with Skipping Taskbar with the latest KDE. Am fixing that.

Thank you,
Girish


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 Re: Ran out of ideas

 
 by LaFleche on: Oct 7 2004
 
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As kde is able to relaunch your session as it was when you leaved it, it would be GREAT if it worked with kdocker.

Imagine that you launch mozilla for exemple, you dock it, then you reboot, and when you relog not only mozilla is stared (that's already supported) but it's also docked.

Know i'm aware it might be quite difficult to implement, but hey you asked for suggestions right? :)


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 Re: Re: Ran out of i

 
 by cs19713 on: Oct 13 2004
 
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hmm.. i am looking into how session management can be incorporated into kdocker


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 Re: Ran out of ideas

 
 by axiomx11 on: Oct 23 2004
 
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Yes! Could I make an app (say XMMS) apear in the systray *only* and not show up on the taskbar at all? Not just when it is minimized to the dock, but all the time. I like to keep it in windowshade mode at the top of my screen, but I don 't like it taking up such a large portion of the kicker.


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 Re: Re: Ran out of i

 
 by cs19713 on: Oct 24 2004
 
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This was added in 0.5. You can use the "-t" option in the command line or go through the menus to skip the taskbar.


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 Re: Ran out of ideas

 
 by foldrian on: Nov 14 2004
 
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It would be cool if there was a entry for KDocker in the context menu of the taskbar (when you rightclick on a running app in the taksbar).


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 Re: Re: Ran out of i

 
 by cs19713 on: Nov 16 2004
 
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Yup, this would be a really nice functionality to have. But it needs to a part of kwin


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 ksystraycmd

 
 by jayenell on: Sep 28 2004
 
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What is the difference?


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 Re: ksystraycmd

 
 by cs19713 on: Sep 29 2004
 
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a. ksystraycmd wont work properly in launch up scripts since its algorithm to map pid to wid is wrong. it just docks the first window that comes up.
b. kdocker works for both kdocker and gnome
c. kdocker can dock applications that are already launched. ok you can say ksystraycmd -window 0x234. no thanks :)
d. you can skip taskbar using kdocker. you can autodock when your window is obscured (by some other window).
e. on FC2, ksystraycmd firefox wont work. Neither does ksystraycmd xmms


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 this is too easy

 
 by fab on: Oct 1 2004
 
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Just unzip the whole thing and it works! No compiling. Really cool stuff ..

Thanx


Fab


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 Re: this is too easy

 
 by cs19713 on: Oct 2 2004
 
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Thanks :)


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 Dock active Window?

 
 by sango on: Oct 1 2004
 
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Is it possible to dock the active window without an extra selection?


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 Re: Dock active Wind

 
 by cs19713 on: Oct 2 2004
 
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Say thats a very good idea. Why didnt I think of it. Very easy to add this functionality. Expect a 0.9 pretty soon.


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 A new window button?

 
 by szavadschi on: Oct 2 2004
 
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Ordinary, we have at least "minimize", "maximize" and "close" buttons on a vindow, it is posible to add a new one - "to system tray"??? Will be great.


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 Re: A new window but

 
 by cs19713 on: Oct 2 2004
 
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Its possible but that should be a part of KWin.


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 Compiling problems

 
 by Eiximenis on: Oct 15 2004
 
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Hi, everybody, when I try to execute make, I get this error:
make: *** No rule to make target `/usr/lib/qt-3.3/mkspecs/default/qmake.conf', needed by `Makefile'. Stop.

My distribution is Debian, and I am sure I have qt3 development package, so I don't know the reason I don't have the file qmake.conf. Any idea or anybody can help me? Thanks you for all.


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 Re: Compiling proble

 
 by cs19713 on: Oct 18 2004
 
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You probably need to create the makefile once again.

1. Check if the paths in kdocker.pro match the ones with your distro.
2. qmake -o Makefile kdocker.pro
3. make

Let me know if that helped.


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 Re: Re: Compiling pr

 
 by Eiximenis on: Oct 19 2004
 
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Sorry for my late answer, I have did what you told me and it works, thank you very much, I enjoy your app, it is very useful. Only one thing, I can be wrong but, it would be better if it can be done a make install, I think. I know I can copy the files, but.. it isn't the same. Thank you very much for all


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 Re: Re: Re: Compilin

 
 by cs19713 on: Oct 19 2004
 
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good to hear it works. autoconf is planned for 1.0. I am learning it right now :) you can google for kdocker rpm's. i found a few sites.


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