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komposé

   0.5.3  

KDE Other Utility

Score 83%
komposé
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  8246
Submitted:  Jul 15 2004
Updated:  Jul 22 2005

Description:

Komposé provides a fullscreen view of all your tasks and/or virtual desktops where every window is represented by a scaled screenshot of it's own.

0.5 now features support for the Composite and Damage extensions (disabled by default, enable it in the preferences), however with the current state of graphics drivers XOrg may be awfully slow (or even crash sometimes) when enabling the Composite extension.
So blame me for your bad gfx drivers :)




Changelog:

0.5.3
- well, 0.5.2 didn't show plain and tiled backgrounds right... here we go
- updated author's email addy

0.5.2
- Nicer layouting (less grid-like)
- ADD: Icons for different views (thanks to Bill Kendrick)
- FIX: no more debug out if compiled normally (qDebug() to kdDebug())
- some code cleanups
- Remove flicker on desktop widget mouseover
- Added the ability to show the currently activated Desktop number on the systray icon (thanks to Debajyoti Bera)
- get rid of KRootPixmap
- Autoactivate when mouse moves on to the screen edge

0.5.1
-Hot corners delay controls whether Kompos�is started and not when it's started :)
-imlib2 error message added to configure script
-Fixed "if a kompose window (prefs, about) is open, you are stuck"
-Added german translation (thanks to Thomas Fischer)

0.5:
-Composite support to take screenshots without raising windows
-Damage support for live-updates of windows
-major refactoring for a cleaner design
-new View Type (current desktop)
-activate when mouse moves in one of the screen's corners
-added popup menu for windows
-added a small screenshot delay for passive screenshots. This should make switching between tasks seem more responsive (redraws occur before taking screenshots) and help on most of the "overlapping windows" problems
-fixed flashing background when activating Kompos�
-Switched to themable KDE cursors
-Window title changes are now updated properly
-Correct handling of windows that are on all desktops
-additionally using hjkl(vi) keys for moving and c/m keys for close/minimize/restore
-Imlib2, Composite and Damage autodetected through configure
-some minor bugs and various smaller performance improvements




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 same error

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Aug 2 2004
 
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i tried to compile it under mdk 10 with --prefix=/usr, but it always fails to compile on the same error. which version is required ? i have qt 3.2.3


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 Re: same error

 
 by oisch on: Aug 2 2004
 
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I use qt 3.3, but 3.2 should also work. I don't think that the problem is your qt version. Maybe the qt libs cannot be found. be sure that configure reports everything ok


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 Re: Re: same error

 
 by DexterMagnific on: Aug 2 2004
 
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Configure shows all is ok. It's not the first time i compile a kde app. i compiled many kde apps before with --prefix=/usr and that worked fine.

the compiler says that the symbol is not a member of the Qt namespace. perhaps it is a new symbol of a recent qt version, which is not in my qt version

sorry for my English


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 Re: Re: Re: same error

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 2 2004
 
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I also use QT 3.2.3 on RedHat (compiled on my own). No problems.

Maybe it's a problem with the QT binaries on Mandrake.


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 Re: Re: same error

 
 by shagui on: Aug 2 2004
 
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I have the same problem in MDK 10. Configure shows that all is OK.


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 Re: same error

 
 by Lookanio on: Aug 3 2004
 
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You can use suse rpm. Just unpack it (eg using mc) and copy files to /usr/ (preserving directory structure) instead of /opt/kde3.


Lookanio
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 What about Debian ?

 
 by webk on: Aug 2 2004
 
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Any one as done a Debian packages for this apps ?

Thanks in advance


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 Suggestion...

 
 by wwwonka on: Aug 2 2004
 
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I'm not a huge fan of the ugly panel "system tray" in KDE so I run ksmoothdock as my "icon launcher". Currently I use 3ddesk as my desktop switcher but would prefer to use kompose.

3ddesk works off an app I can assign an icon to launch whereas kompose is a systray app. Anyway to use the 3ddesk method so I can add kompose as an app to the ksmoothdock panel?


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 Re: Suggestion...

 
 by Lookanio on: Aug 3 2004
 
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I completely agree with you. IMHO systray is not the best place for kompose “execute-icon?. I prefer have big icon near k-menu on kicker.
So if it is possible please make an applet or just ability to call kompose from command-line, e.g.: “kompose --expose? or “kompose –-virtualdesktops?. Please think it about.
And last but not least... a few wrods: great job! Keep on doing it. Thanks people like you, KDE and Linux (generally) is more and more powerful.


Best regards
Lookanio

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 Re: Re: Suggestion...

 
 by oisch on: Aug 3 2004
 
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I haven't yet decided about the best way to implement your suggestions.
You're right. Kompos does not have to be in the system tray. it should be optional.
The problem is that we would loose passive screenshot taking if we launsch kompose only when we want it to be displayed. Another option would be a daemon, but this would not be necessary anymore with freedesktop's XServer extensions, which allow us to take screenshots from windows w/o raising them.
I just don't have an idea how long it will take Xorg to adopt these extensions and therefore I don't know if it's worth the effort to do all this complicated daemon stuff when it gets deprecated one week after I'm finished coding...

The easiest way to accomplish all this would be to make Kompos run all the time and hide the systray icon (optionally of course). It could be brought up by a dcop call or (like now) by a keyboard shortcut.

If the xorg guys would have a more detailled roadmap my decsion would be easier.


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 Re: Re: Re: Suggesti

 
 by Lookanio on: Aug 3 2004
 
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Hmm... It's more complicated than I thought :-( But your idea about dcop is great. We would have command-line control over Kompose and you would not have to hard work pointlessly (if Xorg does what is going to do – as you mentioned). So you have my blessing ;-)


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 Compiler problems

 
 by he-sk on: Aug 3 2004
 
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I'm having compiler problems:
komposefullscreenwidget.cpp: In constructor `
KomposeFullscreenWidget::KomposeFullscreenWidget(int, KomposeLayout*)':
komposefullscreenwidget.cpp:35: error: `WindowMaximized' is not a member of
type `Qt'
komposefullscreenwidget.cpp:35: error: `WindowActive' is not a member of type `
Qt'
komposefullscreenwidget.cpp:35: error: `setWindowState' undeclared (first use
this function)
komposefullscreenwidget.cpp:35: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported


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 xinerama

 
 by somekool on: Aug 4 2004
 
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that thing is great.
however, a different behaviour should happen on a twinhead desktop.

maybe some work would be needed on kwin's end though. i don't know if kwin is aware of the window position (which screen)

thanks


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 suggestions

 
 by somekool on: Aug 5 2004
 
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- option to not show empty virtual desktop

- dragging capability between virtual desktop


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 Re: suggestions

 
 by somekool on: Aug 5 2004
 
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sorry for the stupid comments, i should have tried before....

dragging is working nicely


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 Re: Re: suggestions

 
 by oisch on: Aug 5 2004
 
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"option to not show empty virtual desktop"
I've implemented this yesterdays. empty virtual desks are now shown "minimized" quite cool stuff ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: suggestions

 
 by somekool on: Aug 6 2004
 
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nice nice nice nice nice !!!!
- /me waiting for 0.4 ;)


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