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Takeoff

   1.0  

Plasmoid Binary

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Takeoff
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Takeoff
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Takeoff
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Downloads:  8742
Submitted:  Jul 30 2011
Updated:  Aug 30 2011

Description:

Takeoff is a full screen menu inspired in the aspect of Slingshot and the OS X Launchpad menu but adapted to the KDE users in a plasmoid.


Follow Takeoff on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/#!/Jose__Exposito

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Changelog:

[+] Takeoff v1.0 (2011/08/30)
- Added support for show Takeoff in full screen mode or float mode
- Added support for add and remove favorites
- By default the size and the separation between icons is adjusted to the
screen size
- Added an option to add a background image (specially for user without
graphics acceleration)
- Is possible edit the applications making right click in the panel icon
- Solved problems with the favorites text encoding
- Added a tooltip to the panel icon

- Added the following translations:
Italian (Caig)
Polish (Marcin Sągol)
Turkish (Osman Karagöz)
Russian (Alexander Sorokin)
Greek (Neophytos Kolokotronis)

[+] Takeoff v0.2: (2011/08/12)
- Added support for searches
- Added support for translations (credits to Manu Tortosa)
- Solved problems with some launchers (with %U, %c...) and added support for
elastic cursor on launch and similar effects.
- Added support for remember last tab or not
- Added a tooltip to show the complete name of the launchers that, for
space reason, can't show their complete name
- By default, uses the distro specified icon
- CMakeLists file performed (thanks antoniojars!!)

- Added the following translations:
Spanish (José Expósito)
Catalá (Manu Tortosa)
Galego (Adrián Chaves Fernández "Gallaecio")
German (Fabian B.)


[+] Takeoff v0.1.5 (2011/08/01)
- Switched from QMake to CMake to solve the "Could not find requested
component:takeoff" problem in certain distros.
- Removed the libmagic dependence

[+] Takeoff v0.1 (2011/07/29)
- Initial release




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 my application launcher

 
 by 442206 on: Jan 22 2012
 
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thank you to joseexposito89 for making this program and also thank you to Sam Rog to have taken a package for kubuntu 11.10, it works fine in kde 4:4.7.97 in the ppa repository: samrog131/ppa.

merci à joseexposito89 d'avoir fait ce programme et aussi merci à Sam Rog d'avoir fait un paquet pour kubuntu 11.10, il fonctionne très bien sous kde 4:4.7.97, dans le dépôt ppa:samrog131/ppa.


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 Re: my application launcher

 
 by 442206 on: Jan 23 2012
 
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oops I found a minor bug, after downloading a program is not visible on takeoff,
it is visible after;
a system reboot,
<Alt> <F2> program name,
pressed the save button in the kde menu editor


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 Re: Re: my application launcher

 
 by 442206 on: Jan 27 2012
 
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It is possible to have the application launcher plasma-widget-takeoff in Kubuntu Precise 12.04 ?
I find it difficult to do without ...


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 Re: Re: Re: my application launcher

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Jan 28 2012
 
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Hi!

You can try to compile the source code, follow the README instructions:
https://code.google.com/p/takeoff-launcher/source/browse/Takeoff/README


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: my application launcher

 
 by 442206 on: Feb 16 2012
 
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sorry for the inconvenience, I changed distribution for OpenSuse 12.1 kde 4.8, then all is ok


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 compiling version 1.0 on Kubuntu 12.04

 
 by kdexer on: Mar 12 2012
 
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I'm stuck at this>
CMake Error at cmake/modules/FindMSGFMT.cmake:34 (MESSAGE):
msgfmt program couldn't be found
Call Stack (most recent call first):
CMakeLists.txt:10 (find_package)


-- Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!


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 Re: compiling version 1.0 on Kubuntu 12.04

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Mar 12 2012
 
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Hi!

Check this issue:
https://code.google.com/p/takeoff-launcher/issues/detail?id=30&q=gettext


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 Focus on Keyboard Shortcut

 
 by feder77 on: Mar 26 2012
 
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Hi José! Excellent app! I think it should became part of kde as an alternative to the official kde launcher!

I have a problem that I can't figure out how to solve. When I use the plasmoid with a keyboard shortcut (ALT-F1 for example), the launcher never gets focus (actually task bar get's it). So I can't use the search function. In order to give focus to the launcher then I should click it with the mouse or launch it directly using the mouse. That takes away many benefits to the search function.
I've tried to modify your original code, but without results. The kde original launcher give focus to search box when using a keyboard shortcut so it should be possible to fix this problem.

I am using the launcher v1.0 (tar.gz package, compiled by myself), with kde 4.7.4 (debian wheezy).

Can you give me an idea of wich part of the code should I look to fix it? or wich API's function I should call? (I've tried out with some features of Popup applet without results)

Saludos y gracias!! :)


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 Re: Focus on Keyboard Shortcut

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Mar 26 2012
 
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Hi!

Check this method:
https://code.google.com/p/takeoff-launcher/source/browse/Takeoff/src/takeoff/MainWindow.h#49

Here is returned the widget that will be the popup window, anyway, I can say that assign the focus is tricky...


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 Re: Re: Focus on Keyboard Shortcut

 
 by feder77 on: Mar 27 2012
 
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Thank you!
Finally the solution I found was using the grabKeyboard() function for the menuWidget

$ vi src/takeoff/takeoff_widget/TakeoffWidget.cpp

// Modify setFirstTab(bool) function
void TakeoffWidget::setFirstTab(bool changeMenuTab)
{
this->tabBar->setCurrentIndex(0);

// fix problem with keyboard shortcut
this->menuWidget->grabKeyboard();

if (changeMenuTab)
this->menuWidget->setFirstCategory();
}


plasma-desktop will complain in stdout/stderr with...

QGraphicsItem::grabKeyboard: already a keyboard grabber

... but that doesn't seems to be a problem.

The qt API, or the takeoff code, is strange to me so it could exists a better solution.

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As an enhancement proposal, among other things that were proposed before, I think that It may be great to have a search button more like the kde's "Run command" (but I know it will require a lot of work).

Thank you again!


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 Contribution

 
 by printesoi on: Jul 3 2012
 
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can you send me your email, I would like to send you a small contribution: I made the applet navigable using keyboard. Maybe someone would like this.

Btw, very nice app!


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 Re: Contribution

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Jul 5 2012
 
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Hi! In first place thank you very much for your fix. You can send a patch as a correction for this enhancement: https://code.google.com/p/takeoff-launcher/issues/detail?id=19


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 Sort by name, category etc. ?

 
 by DenisSeidel on: Aug 25 2012
 
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Hey, I like Takeoff really. Is there an option to sort my favorites by name or category or something else?


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 Re: Sort by name, category etc. ?

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Aug 25 2012
 
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Hi! You can edit the /home/your_user/.kde/share/config/takeoffrc file to change the order of the favourites


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 Re: Re: Sort by name, category etc. ?

 
 by DenisSeidel on: Aug 25 2012
 
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thx for this really fast awnser. Is there also an option to sort the all applications-tab? It seems they are randomsly sorted.


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 Re: Re: Re: Sort by name, category etc. ?

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Aug 26 2012
 
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Make right click in the Takeoff toolbar icon and select "Edit menu"


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 Re: Re: Re: Sort by name, category etc. ?

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Aug 26 2012
 
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Make right click in the Takeoff toolbar icon and select "Edit menu"


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 Re: Re: Re: Sort by name, category etc. ?

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Aug 26 2012
 
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Make right click in the Takeoff toolbar icon and select "Edit menu"


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 Re: Re: Re: Sort by name, category etc. ?

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Aug 26 2012
 
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Make right click in the Takeoff toolbar icon and select "Edit menu"


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 Re: Re: Re: Sort by name, category etc. ?

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Aug 26 2012
 
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Make right click in the Takeoff toolbar icon and select "Edit menu"


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 Re: Re: Re: Sort by name, category etc. ?

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Aug 26 2012
 
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Make right click in the Takeoff toolbar icon and select "Edit menu"


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 ubuntu 12.04

 
 by TommyCZ on: Sep 4 2012
 
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Hi, I am wondering whether you abandoned this project or are you going to make new versions for example for KDE4.9 (Ubuntu 12.10)? :)
Thanks


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 Re: ubuntu 12.04

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Sep 4 2012
 
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Hi, the project is alive and any help (source code or builds) are wellcome


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