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ShadowFade at logout

   0.3  

KDE Improvement

Score 75%
ShadowFade at logout
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.3.x
Downloads:  4357
Submitted:  Feb 10 2005
Updated:  Feb 18 2005

Description:

After you didn't really like my last logout-effect (the XPish one) I wrote a cool mixture of the native KDE-logout-effect and the XPish-grayfade-effect. That means when clicking at logout, something like a shadow is falling over your desktop. Looks really cool and is damn fast! (this is why I didn't implement inline-MMX-assembly)

Hope you enjoy it!


Addition: I had also another idea for logout-effect: I'd like it, if the desktop would be blurred until it's completely unsharp after 5 seconds or so. The problem is, that a smooth blurring isn't practicable even on modern CPUs...




Changelog:

0.3
- added KPixmapIO as class-member, so that there have to be no local/temporary instances every time, the screen is updated -> small speed improvement

0.2
- upload of working patch... :-)
- code-cleanup
- small speed-improvements
- increased fade-out-time to 5 seconds (were 4 seconds before)

0.1
- first release




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 Half-Life 2 blur

 
 by derick on: Feb 16 2005
 
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derickderick
University of Pretoria

A blurring effect like in the game menu in Half-Life 2 would be unbelievably awesome. I'm sure it could be done in real time on modern CPUs.


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 Re: Half-Life 2 blur

 
 by uddw on: Feb 17 2005
 
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I can't believe it! I had the very same idea about two weeks ago :D
Seems to be one of these ideas that simply have to come true, one way or the other.
Isn't it fast enough if you apply a 3x3-pixel convolution several times? On slower system it would blur less, on faster systems more. But who cares?

It *has* to be done, we have no choice, I know it! :D


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 Great

 
 by AntonioFasolato on: Feb 16 2005
 
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Clean, simple, useless...

GREAT!

Good work man.


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 Package for Debian

 
 by peppelorum on: Feb 18 2005
 
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I've patched the sources from Debian Sarge/Sid and it works fine. You can get it at http://peppesbodega.nu/turban/?path=KDE


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 Re: Package for Debi

 
 by CaCO3 on: Feb 18 2005
 
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Thank you, the debian package works!


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 How to use this

 
 by djbeirne on: Feb 18 2005
 
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It looks impressive in the screenshots, but how exactly do i implement it?
Dj.


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 Really Cool!

 
 by HulkProtector1 on: Feb 19 2005
 
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Just installed that debian package, and dang is that cool-looking! After you the KDE 3.4 release you should ask for this to replace the current kde style logout. I havent tried the desktop blur but that looks great too...maybe the next release of these should have both packaged and a config option to enable either one?

Any way, Good work (and suprising fast on an old IBM Aptiva, yeah, think 1996)

-Sam


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 Re: Really Cool!

 
 by hugorodrig on: Feb 19 2005
 
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This looks awesome as well as your Blur logoff effect. My sugestion (and I'm not the only one) is to merge both the logoff effects and merge them into KDE's CVS, so this can be available to everyone. The only thing missing is the ability to choose between the two (or the default or even newer effects) thru a kcontrolcenter module. This would be great.

Thanx for your great work.


Hugo Rodrigues
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 Re: Re: Really Cool!

 
 by fake on: Feb 19 2005
 
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>the ability to choose between the two (or
>the default or even newer effects) thru a
>kcontrolcenter module.

This would be impossible to do it now, kde 3.4 is coming next month and no new strings can be introduced.

tobydox, have you contacted the kde developers? What do they think about the possible inclusion of this one in 3.4?


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 Re: Re: Re: Really Cool!

 
 by HulkProtector1 on: Feb 20 2005
 
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I dont think that will be possible, they are in "deep freeze" right now, basically only bugs are being fixed. The thread in core-devel right now sounds like 3.5 will be a pretty quick release, so that would be a nice gui-tease to upgrade ;-D


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 Re: Re: Re: Really Cool!

 
 by tobydox on: Feb 22 2005
 
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I sent a mail to kde-look@kde.org a week ago but there were no answers yet... (http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-look&m=110847004701166&w=2)

Whom should I contact?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Really Cool!

 
 by fake on: Feb 22 2005
 
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kde-core-devel

but i think it's too late now for 3.4
anyway, you could always try.. maybe it will be in 3.4.1 =)

cheers


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 howto install

 
 by Linux-Addict on: Feb 20 2005
 
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Hi, How do I install it?

thanks


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