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Improving KDE

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KDE Improvement

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Link:  http://
Downloads:  48902
Submitted:  Oct 13 2004
Updated:  Nov 28 2004

Description:

CONTENTS
1. Changed the plastik theme to draw a lighter line as listview branch.
2. Rounded selection in iconview (konqueror/kdesktop)*
3. A modern looking rubberband (gnome/xp semi-transparent style).*
4. Modified dialogs when in iconlist mode to highlight item on mouse over (mozilla-firefox).
5. Added a new konqueror sidebar look.
Idea from http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=17049
6. Now sidebar is saved per profile (bug 58580)
7. Fixed bug 88964 (Highlighting of files in Detailed List View does not
correspond to the area of activation).

Obs.: All patches are tested in kde-3.3.1/qt-x11-free-3.3.3 official
sources. I can't garantee that they will work in other kde versions.

* some patches are modified versions from the patches found in
http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-core-devel&m=107624741505943&w=2

GOOD NEWS
I started a thread in kde-devel mailing list to discuss the insertion of the patches in next kde release.
See http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-devel&m=109863377620287&w=2
Some of the improvements are already in KDE CVS.
I contacted trolltech and they are analyzing the patches.

TIPS
- To improve the performance of the rubberband try to enable the option
"RenderAccel" in your XF86Config file.
(sinve version 0.5.2 the rubberband performance is improved)
- To enable the new konqueror sidebar look add the line "SidebarStyle=1" in the file $HOME/.kde/share/config/konqsidebartng.rc in the group that has the same name of the profile you want to change:
For example:
[webbrowsing]
SidebarStyle=1

If anyone has more ideas (original ideas) to add to this patches, tell me and perhaps i will try to implement them.




Changelog:

v1.0.0: (2004-Nov-28)
* fixed bug with rubberband in iconview mode.
* added install instructions.

v0.5.5: (2004-Oct-31)
* fixed bug when new rubberband effect is disabled.

v0.5.4: (2004-Oct-31)
* added rubberband color cache (improve rubberband performance a little more). I can't do incremental patch cause i'm using the KDE CVS version now. The only file that was modified is kdelibs/kdefx/kstyle.cpp

v0.5.3: (2004-Oct-31)
* improved rubberband performance in iconview (now only the modified area is draw).
* fixed bug when drawing rubberband and right mouse button is clicked.
* added incremental patch. For those who are using version 0.5.2 just apply the patches found in dir patches-0.5.2.
Note: Only use the patches found in dir patches-0.5.3 if you are using version 0.5.2. Any doubt how to use this mail me.
* added TODO file. If you found any bug not in TODO mail me, and i will try to fix.

v0.5.2: (2004-Oct-26)
* fixed error in drawing the item background in konqueror detailed view mode when that is a background image set. You just need to recompile kdebase/konqueror/listview.

v0.5.1: (2004-Oct-26)
* fixed compile error in kdebase/konqueror/listview.

v0.5.0: (2004-Oct-25)
* a lot of cleanup and refactoring.
* fix bug in konqueror detailed view mode that made the alternate background lines draw incorrect (thanks to DarkLord to point this out).
* now no app will be affected by the patch for bug 88964.
* modified qt patches to kde ones so is more easy to get they accepted by kde developers.
* removed kdepim patch (no more necessary).

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 How to apply it

 
 by davinissim on: Oct 31 2004
 
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I'm using SuSe 9.1 and I'm sorry but I couldn't figure out how to apply this patch. I've unpacked it but i didn't understand what to do with the files.

Thanks.


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 Re: How to apply it

 
 by andrunko on: Oct 31 2004
 
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the files are patches that need to be applied to the sources of kde/qt.

cheers
Andrunko


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 Re: Re: How to apply

 
 by Ekardnam on: Oct 31 2004
 
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This is a common question, I think you should
write somewhere that this isn't like install
a app, if you are a newbie you should try this?


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 Re: Re: Re: How to apply

 
 by andrunko on: Oct 31 2004
 
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the next version i will add install intructions.

cheers


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: How

 
 by nuka on: Nov 1 2004
 
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i cant figure it out either. it cant be that hard to write a install guide, can it?


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 Re: Re: How to apply

 
 by anupamsr on: Nov 5 2004
 
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How to apply this patch to the source? Sorry, but I am a newbie


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 :-)

 
 by fake on: Nov 1 2004
 
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>Some of the improvements are already in KDE CVS.
>I contacted trolltech and they are analyzing the patches.

These are great news! Congrats!!


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 Re: :-)

 
 by andrunko on: Nov 1 2004
 
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thanks.

;-)


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 Re: :-)

 
 by p0z3r on: Nov 1 2004
 
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I second that! Congratulations sir, fantastic job there!


cheers,
-p0z3r

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 Very nice work!

 
 by Exigentsky on: Nov 1 2004
 
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I love what you've done, KDE looks far better.

I'm using your software with the list view patch http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=59791

I'm very pleased :)


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 CVS

 
 by kinkerlitzchen on: Nov 1 2004
 
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It would be cool if you kept us uptodate about which packages actually made it into cvs. Though I love to read cvs logs ;-) I'd still be happy to read about it on kde-look.org.

keep up the good work


no news is bad news
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 kde 3.2 ??

 
 by olkku486 on: Nov 6 2004
 
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does it work in kde 3.2 (qt 3.2.3) and how do i install it?


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 Cool work!

 
 by ZveN on: Nov 7 2004
 
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Why not tell about this thing to KDE team? I think it MUST be merged with next versions of KDE!!!


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 Re: Cool work!

 
 by blaster999 on: Nov 7 2004
 
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Read the description :)

[quote]
GOOD NEWS
I started a thread in kde-devel mailing list to discuss the insertion of the patches in next kde release.
See http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-devel&m=109863377620287&w=2
Some of the improvements are already in KDE CVS.
I contacted trolltech and they are analyzing the patches.
[/quote]


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