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Network Monitor

   1.7.2  

Plasma 5 Plasmoid

Score 75%
Network Monitor
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Network Monitor
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Network Monitor
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 5.x
Downloads:  2458
Submitted:  Mar 24 2015
Updated:  Nov 15 2015

Description:

Plasmoid for plasma panel. Monitors network speed of currently active connections.

REQUIRED DEPENDENCIES
- qt5-graphicaleffects
- e.g. package for kubuntu users: libqt5qml-graphicaleffects

HOW TO INSTALL
- Add Widgets... -> Get new widgets -> Download new plasma widgets
- find this applet and install through the first item with .plasmoid extension




Changelog:

1.7.2
- position & sizing & history graph fixes
- fix for hiDPI fonts

1.7.1
- theming & number size fixes
- 3-digit speeds
- one-line layout is more compact & can show only download/upload
- speed can be shown in bits

1.7.0
- NetworkManager is no longer needed for tracking connected network devices
- one-line layout option added

1.6.0
- DD-WRT vlan monitoring by stefanbesler from github
- new widget icon by varlesh from github
- grid layout fix for vertical panel

1.5.0
- automatic grid layout with configurable size coefficient (with multiple showed devices)
- history graph recalculating delay fixed
- code cleanups

1.4.1
- connection icon fix

1.4
- bigger text option
- code optimizations
- repaired resizing on desktop

1.3.2
- fixed compatibility with KF 5.12

1.3.1
- better handling no-connection state
- minor fixes

1.3
- white-list/black-list filtering

1.2
- history graphs added

1.1.1
- configurable icon blur radius

1.1
- added update interval settings
- added a few visual settings

1.0
Initial import




LicenseGPL
(network-monitor-1.7.2.plasmoid)
Source(Github)
Arch(AUR)
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 Please make font larger

 
 by biglinux on: Jul 14 2015
 
Score 70%

The sources are barely readable with the current size, suggest that when choosing not display device name, the font size use the entire space of the taskbar.

For my personal use ActiveConnection.qml edited the file and decided, but believe it would be good for other users larger text.

An alternative suggestion would be to launch a light version of its plasmoid containing only the the supply full size and nothing else.

Example: http://imgur.com/4qHGOzl


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 Re: Please make font larger

 
 by clearmartin on: Jul 15 2015
 
Score 63%

Hi! Thanks for suggestions. I try to think of a way to maximize the text size. But I'll need to extend the width of this widget so it can hold the big numbers. So far I kept the connections as squares...


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 Re: Re: Please make font larger

 
 by biglinux on: Aug 10 2015
 
Score 63%

The new version is very good, congratulations.


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 Re: Please make font larger

 
 by clearmartin on: Aug 11 2015
 
Score 63%

Thanks!


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 Vertical panel

 
 by digitalone on: Sep 4 2015
 
Score 50%

Hi, can you optimize it for vertical panel?
It's unreadable to me.


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 Re: Vertical panel

 
 by clearmartin on: Sep 4 2015
 
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Hello! Is it too small? Have you tried increasing Wrapping coefficient in Appearance settings? The speed numbers can also be bigger if you uncheck "Show device names" in the same settings.


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 Re: Re: Vertical panel

 
 by digitalone on: Sep 7 2015
 
Score 50%

Sorry. I tought this was default network monitor.
But I download your new widget and it works good. Thanks.


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 bigger font, better look

 
 by ibrahimMohammad on: Oct 1 2015
 
Score 50%

I think if there are an option to make upload and download speed in one line that will make font bigger with better look.

like this extensions
https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/104/netspeed/

greet work, thank you.


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 Re: bigger font, better look

 
 by clearmartin on: Oct 1 2015
 
Score 63%

Good idea, thanks for feedback and reference to the gnome extension. I'll add an option to show the speeds bigger and in one line :-)


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 Re: Re: bigger font, better look

 
 by ibrahimMohammad on: Oct 26 2015
 
Score 50%

Thank you for the one line option i tried it and i really like it so i came with some suggestions : )

I think the distance between upload and download is large http://s10.postimg.org/bawrbxv0p/sc4.png so i suggest either give the user the option to set this distance himself or you set it to be good for just 3 digits.

I suggest to make an option to show only upload or download speed.

Thanks again : )


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 Re: bigger font, better look

 
 by clearmartin on: Oct 26 2015
 
Score 63%

Your suggestions are good, I'll go for 3-digit distance and only upload / download option. Next release :)


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 Re: Re: bigger font, better look

 
 by ibrahimMohammad on: Nov 13 2015
 
Score 50%

Thank you for the new version i like it.

What about making the distance between upload and download automatically increase/decrease according to digits required for upload speed? i mean when upload speed is 1-digit number then distance decrease to be good for only one digit and if upload speed rises to 2-digits number the distance rises too and so on.

I think it will not be easy but it is a nice feature. at the end i am very happy with the new version thanks : )


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 Re: bigger font, better look

 
 by clearmartin on: Nov 13 2015
 
Score 50%

Thanks for feedback! Personally I prefer the steady width and spot of upload and download part of widget.

I think it can be a bit disturbing when it is moving. I also think there wouldn't be any space gain since the whole plasmoid should maintain the same width when updating the speed numbers. Otherwise the rest of widgets would be sliding left and right with each speed number update.

But maybe I don't get your idea right.


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 Thanks

 
 by domryba on: Oct 21 2015
 
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Thank You for making this applet NetworkManager independent. Now I can finally use it. ;)


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 Re: Thanks

 
 by clearmartin on: Oct 22 2015
 
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I'm glad it is useful :)


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 Speeds B/s or b/s

 
 by davepb12 on: Oct 26 2015
 
Score 50%

The widget is looking great. Very usable.
Would it be easy to add an option to change the speed between bits/sec and bytes/sec?

Many Thanks.


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 Re: Speeds B/s or b/s

 
 by clearmartin on: Oct 26 2015
 
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Sure, should be easy. Next release :)


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 Re: Re: Speeds B/s or b/s

 
 by davepb12 on: Oct 27 2015
 
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Thank you :)


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 crash if speed digits become double-digit

 
 by roctheme on: Nov 7 2015
 
Score 50%

New version crashes (plasma crash) if speed digits become double-digit.

reproducible every time.


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 Re: crash if speed digits become double-digit

 
 by clearmartin on: Nov 7 2015
 
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You mean every time upload or download speed becomes e.g. "12K" (2-digit text with suffix) it crashes? What settings do you use with this applet? I cannot reproduce it.

How did you install this applet? By AUR or by "Download New Plasma Widgets"?


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 Re: Re: crash if speed digits become double-digit

 
 by roctheme on: Nov 7 2015
 
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Sorry, I think it was my error.
In the moment, I cannot use the pc, where your plasmoid is crashing. But on 2 other PC now it works after updating excellent.

First installation works via Gui, but updating not.
I upgrade all installed plasma 5 plasmoids in this way, because the way via the gui doesn't work actually in Kubuntu 15.10:

I download your zip-file, I overwrite older files via "compare by content" with Krusader for these directories:

~/.local/share/kservices5 only desktop-file
~/.local/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.networkMonitor

But now I have seen, that one file was older in the zip-file, because the recently installation via Gui change the file date of your files during installation.

So I have forgot to overwrite the file, which was older in the zip-file.


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 Re: crash if speed digits become double-digit

 
 by clearmartin on: Nov 7 2015
 
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I see. I'm glad you sorted that out. I've already heard about the non-ability to update already installed plasmoid. Unfortunately I didn't figure out if this is my fault (proper naming of plasmoid when uploading to kde-apps) or the KDE update utility fault.

I try to investigate further and repair my widget or place a bug in kde bugzilla.


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 Re: Re: crash if speed digits become double-digit

 
 by roctheme on: Nov 7 2015
 
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No, it is your fault, it must be a bug in plasma 5, because I had have problems with the plasma desktop plasmoids after the upgrade to 15.10 on one pc.

On this pc I had have to remove all plasmoids (via deleting all files).

After reinstallation via gui, the gui listed the newly installed plasmoids in the menu "installed". But after a restart, no installed plasmoid was listed in the gui menu "installed" anymore.


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 Re: crash if speed digits become double-digit

 
 by clearmartin on: Nov 8 2015
 
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I've just tested this use-case and had the same results - no entries in installed section. So I created a bug report for that:
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=355011


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