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Free Disk Space Applet

   0.15  

KDE Logging/Monitoring

Score 76%
Free Disk Space Applet
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Free Disk Space Applet
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Free Disk Space Applet
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.4.x
Downloads:  4227
Submitted:  Apr 24 2005
Updated:  May 20 2005

Description:

Is an applet for the KDE Kicker to show how much free disk space is available on your mounted partitions.




Changelog:

0.15 - Rename disk drives to partitions. Icons for preference panel. Hungarian translation. Option to show/hide partition name/ mount point. Debian packages (Ubuntu users can do fakeroot debian/rules binary to generate a package). Fixed dependancy on libkio.
0.14 - Usage indicator. Dutch/German translation (other translations are welcome). Removal of QSimpleRichText to render text (reduces memory usage).
0.13-pre1 - Small layout fixes. Compatibility with KDE < 3.4. (Could someone please test this?)
0.12 - Make the display more compact when Kicker's size allows it.
0.11 - Saving configuration for multiple instances, crash fix in KDirLister, clicking on the slider now changes the Refresh Interval.
0.10 - Ability to select which drives to display
0.9 - Initial Release.




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 ebuild

 
 by Lenz on: Apr 24 2005
 
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I wrote a little gentoo ebuild for this applet. You can download it here:

http://www.lenzheilmann.de/downloads/gentoo/ebuilds/diskfree-0.9.tar.gz


Have fun,
Lenz :)


P.S.: I like this app but I think it takes too much of the kicker's space. Perhaps you could add an option for selecting which partitions should be shown? In addition the possibility of showing the infos in several rows (if the kicker's size allows it) would be great.


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 Re: ebuild

 
 by Lenz on: Apr 30 2005
 
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For later versions, simply rename the .ebuild file in the archive, do a "ebuild diskfree-x.xx.ebuild digest" and run "emerge -u diskfree".

-- Lenz


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 ebuild

 
 by Lenz on: Apr 24 2005
 
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I wrote a little gentoo ebuild for this applet. You can download it here:

http://www.lenzheilmann.de/downloads/gentoo/ebuilds/diskfree-0.9.tar.gz


Have fun,
Lenz :)


P.S.: I like this app but I think it takes too much of the kicker's space. Perhaps you could add an option for selecting which partitions should be shown? In addition the possibility of showing the infos in several rows (if the kicker's size allows it) would be great.


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 Re: ebuild

 
 by Lenz on: Apr 24 2005
 
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Sorry for doublepost, was a mistake.


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 Great but big

 
 by chillmann on: Apr 26 2005
 
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Great! That's something I always waited for. But I also think, that the applet occupies a lot of space in the taskbar. Maybe add something like a "compact display" feature? I'm using a 1280x1024 resolution and it really eats up a lot of desktop space.


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 Re: Great but big

 
 by hannibal331 on: Apr 28 2005
 
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This will be the next thing I'll be working on.


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 Config-Dialog?

 
 by ChL on: May 2 2005
 
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How can I configure the applet? If I click with the right mouse-button I get the Menu of kicker.


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 Re: Config-Dialog?

 
 by hannibal331 on: May 3 2005
 
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Next to the applet - when you hover over - it is is a small arrow. Click on the arrow and press Configure Free
Disk space. This should give the configuration window.


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 Re: Re: Config-Dialog?

 
 by ChL on: May 3 2005
 
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Yes, thank you. I had disabled the dividers with the arrow. It would be nice if the config dialog also apears by pressing the right mouse button (context menu).


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 .deb plz

 
 by void on: May 4 2005
 
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It will be brilliant if someone makes .deb package for it since. I have some troubles compiling it on Ubuntu. :)


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 Suggestion

 
 by Lenz on: May 10 2005
 
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Could you add icons for 'General' and 'Disk Drives' in the options dialogue? I addition, you could rename 'Disk Drives' to 'Partitions' because mount points haven't to be the whole disc.

-- Lenz


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 Re: Suggestion

 
 by hannibal331 on: May 10 2005
 
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You're right. I will include these modifications in the next release.


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 Re: Re: Suggestion

 
 by Lenz on: May 11 2005
 
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Thank you. In addition, I would really enjoy it if it was possible to have three rows on a "normal" sized kicker. As it is now, it is two rows though there would be space for another row. It would be the best, if one could set up the number of rows manually.

I want to say that I really like the idea of this applet, but as it is now it takes IMO still too much space of the kicker.


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 Re: Re: Re: Suggestion

 
 by hannibal331 on: May 11 2005
 
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You could try to reduce the font size. A 9 pt font gives three rows on a normal kicker size.


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