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komposé

   0.5.3  

KDE Other Utility

Score 83%
komposé
zoom


Link:  Link
Downloads:  8247
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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 Really excellent...

 
 by coolian on: Oct 20 2004
 
Score 50%

Now, .5 is usable. .4.x was a little sketchy, but as long as you start it NOT via command-line, you don't get all the output.

And the speed was noticeable.


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 --enable-final broke

 
 by MxCl on: Oct 31 2004
 
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./configure --enable-final doesn't work with Kompose 0.5. This isn't fatal, but enable-final is nice, as the build is faster and the binary smaller. I tried to fix it but I couldn't trace the problem, maybe you'd have better luck? If you don't care about this sort of thing, that's fine, I'll try to fix it again next version. Thanks.


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 Error compiling

 
 by beetle on: Nov 19 2004
 
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Hi,
While compiling 0.5 version under Mandrake 10.0 I get the next error:

komposefullscreenwidget.cpp:51: error: `windowState' undeclared (first use this function)
komposefullscreenwidget.cpp:51: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in.)
komposefullscreenwidget.cpp:51: error: `WindowFullScreen' undeclared (first use this function)
komposefullscreenwidget.cpp:51: error: `setWindowState' undeclared (first use this function)

Any idea?
Thanks in advance
Pablo


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 update?

 
 by blueSceaDa on: Jan 13 2005
 
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i really wait for a new version of this =)


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 Some ideas...

 
 by uddw on: Apr 6 2005
 
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- Drag'n'drop support. If I drag (not drop!) a file on the tray icon, kompose should pop up. Then it should raise the window over which the mouse pointers rests for a short time (1/2-1 second). Expose works like that AFAIK. And it would also be consistent with the behavior of the task bar.

- how about using opengl for scaling the images? Wouldn't this be much faster? At the moment the thumbnail appear on the screen one by one. What is the bottleneck here? Ok, maybe this isn't worth the effort, if Qt4's Arthur can use OpenGL as a backend.

- Assigning each window thumbnail a unique key would be nice. Either from a-z or (better) corresponding to the order of the keys on the keyboard. 0 would the the image in the first row of the left, q is the first of the second row etc. Different keyboard layout complicate this a little, and if there are too many windows you would still have to click the window or use the cursor.
Another idea would be to assign the shortcuts so that each window keeps it's shortcut as long as possible, even if the position in the layout changes. Hm, maybe this would be a nice addition for kwin's Alt-Tab, too :D


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 Great!

 
 by gardyloo on: Apr 19 2005
 
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I've just installed kompose 0.5 on KDE 3.4.0, and I'm very impressed. Kudos!


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