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KDocker

   1.3  

KDE Other Utility

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KDocker
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KDocker
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KDocker
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  6911
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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 xmms file.mp3

 
 by karlik on: Dec 27 2004
 
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command: kdocker xmms file.mp3
start xmms, but without file.mp3
What command i must write?

I'm sorry. I don't know english


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 Re: xmms file.mp3

 
 by cs19713 on: Dec 29 2004
 
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Does "xmms file.mp3" work?


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 Re: Re: xmms file.mp3

 
 by karlik on: Dec 29 2004
 
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Yes
How to start "program file1 file2" etc


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 Re: Re: Re: xmms fil

 
 by cs19713 on: Jan 3 2005
 
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Well, all you have to do is
kdocker program arguments_to_program
Which version od KDocker are you using?

Try this,
1. Kill all instances of KDocker.
2. From a console/konsole/shell "kdocker ls -l". It should display the output of the "ls -l". Does that work?

Feel free to mail me at gramakri@uiuc.edu.

Girish


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 kdocker

 
 by martinf on: Jan 2 2005
 
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This is one of the most useful applications i've ever seen!!


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 Re: kdocker

 
 by cs19713 on: Jan 3 2005
 
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Thanks :)


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 KDialog

 
 by Novoselic on: Jan 4 2005
 
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Hello:

I'm from Spain.

First, my condolences for the disaster on south coast of India.

Second, congratulations for this great application.

I've got a doubt. I'm trying to dock a Kdialog window, but it seems that it does not work. For example

./kdocker kdialog --yesno "foo" 30 30

If I open a kdialog window, and run ./kdocker, and select it, appers a warning saying that it isn't "an ordinary window". If I click Ignore button, then window is iconized.

what propiertes must have a window to be used with kdocker?

A peculiar thing is that

./kdocker Xdialog --yesno "foo" 30 30

works right

Thanks and happy new year

( Sorry my poor vocabulary )


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 Re: KDialog

 
 by cs19713 on: Jan 4 2005
 
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Hi,
Doing a xprop on a kdialog, I see
_NET_WM_STATE(ATOM) = _NET_WM_STATE_MODAL
. It is flagged as a "modal" dialog, which is not normally not the main window for an application.

xdialog wont have this property set since it is not NET WM compliant (kde is). If you want I can add a command line option which will suppress the warning.

BTW, I noticed something interesting. In src/util.cpp function isNormalWindow() should have _NET_WM_WINDOW_TYPE_DIALOG
and not _NET_WM_WINDOW_TYPE_DIATRACE :) I had done a find/replace of log with trace at some point in time. I will fix that.

Thank you,
Girish

p.s Thanks for your concern about the tsunami tragedy. All my friends/relatives are safe. I am helping out by sending medicines to the affected areas.


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 Add to this KDE CVS

 
 by hugorodrig on: Jan 20 2005
 
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Just wanted to propose the author to try and include this very usefull utility on KDE CVS, so that everyone can use this on KDE by default. KDE 3.4 would be even greater with this.


Hugo Rodrigues
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 Re: Add to this KDE

 
 by cs19713 on: Jan 24 2005
 
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I will take that as a compliment :) I will need to KDEise the code even before I make an attempt to get it into the KDE CVS. That isnt too hard but I dont want to lose out on support for other WM at the same time.


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 Thanks!

 
 by nightwing on: Jan 29 2005
 
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Thank you for this wonderfull app! Because I dont use Alsa kamix and gamix doesnt work for me, but now I can use aumix in the dock =)


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 very nice!

 
 by rocketpcguy on: Jan 31 2005
 
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you did a great job!


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