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Yakuake

   3.0.2  

KDE System Tool

Score 93%
Yakuake
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Link:  http://yakuake.kde.org/
Minimum required   Qt 5.x
Downloads:  96562
Submitted:  Sep 16 2005
Updated:  Mar 3 2016

Description:

Yakuake is a drop-down terminal emulator based on KDE Konsole technology.


--- What's new ---

3.0.2:
Yakuake v3.0.2 is a minor bugfix release that adds back a description file implementing the freedesktop.org AppData specification.

3.0.1:
Yakuake v3.0.1 is a minor bugfix release addressing installation and integration of the hicolor application icon.

3.0:
This is the first stable version of Yakuake based on KDE Frameworks 5. It bundles a new default skin implementing KDE's Breeze visual identity and includes an assortment of bug fixes.


--- Essential links ---

Yakuake's website: http://yakuake.kde.org/
Report bugs and wishes at: https://bugs.kde.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=yakuake
Older releases: http://developer.berlios.de/project/showfiles.php?group_id=7376




Changelog:

Changes in 3.0.2:
* Added back a description file implementing the freedesktop.org AppData specification.

Changes in 3.0.1:
* Fixed installation and integratin of hicolor application icon.

Changes in 3.0:
* Yakuake was ported to KDE Frameworks 5 and Qt 5.
* A new default skin follows the Plasma 5 Breeze design.
* Terminal focus is now preserved more reliably when closing and reopening Yakuake.
* Config changes made via the title bar menu are now synced to disk immediately, and thus preserved if Yakuake is killed instead of quit gracefully.
* The option to auto-update tab titles with the title bar contents no longer interferes with manually setting a tab title. To return to auto-updating just clear the title.
* Performance improvements in the compositor-unassisted animation code path.
* Fixed bug causing incorrect window height calculation in multi-monitor systems.

Changes in older releases: https://projects.kde.org/projects/extragear/utils/yakuake/repository/revisions/master/entry/ChangeLog




LicenseGPL
Source(Yakuake 3.0.2 (Qt5/KF5; Stable))
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 gawdamned bug

 
 by erolosty on: May 6 2008
 
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https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/yakuake/+bug/126732

http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=158395

Does anyone know how to fix this? Im running Ubuntu Hardy with kde 3.5. Im going to try compiling from svn later but is that a waste of time?


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 Re: gawdamned bug

 
 by erolosty on: May 6 2008
 
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I love yakuake which is why I am upset that it looks like there is no way to fix it (while staying on kde 3.5).


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 Re: Re: gawdamned bug

 
 by Sho on: May 6 2008
 
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There have been no reports of this problem with the (rewritten) KDE 4 version, 2.9.x. I guess Qt 4 does things differently enough that the underlying X or driver bug is no longer being triggered. Ubuntu ships the KDE 4 version of Yakuake as "yakuake-kde4". You can use it in KDE 3 as well.


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 hack

 
 by erolosty on: May 6 2008
 
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cool well i just changed 2.8.1 to make it work

void MainWindow::slotDecreaseHeight()
{
/* Decreases the window's height. */

int steps = (Settings::steps() == 0) ? 1 : Settings::steps();

mask_height = (--step * max_height) / steps;

if (step <= 0)
{
step = 0;
timer.stop();
disconnect(&timer, SIGNAL(timeout()), 0, 0);

//hide();

if (Settings::poll()) toggleMousePoll(true);

}

updateWindowMask();
title_bar->move(0, mask_height);
setGeometry (0, 0, 0, 0);
}

I made the window a singularity instead of calling setvisable and it works now. Thats in main_window.cpp (I dont use the animation anyway). Love yakuake! thanks for a sweet program, hope my hack helps others


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 hack

 
 by erolosty on: May 6 2008
 
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cool well i just changed 2.8.1 to make it work

void MainWindow::slotDecreaseHeight()
{
/* Decreases the window's height. */

int steps = (Settings::steps() == 0) ? 1 : Settings::steps();

mask_height = (--step * max_height) / steps;

if (step <= 0)
{
step = 0;
timer.stop();
disconnect(&timer, SIGNAL(timeout()), 0, 0);

//hide();

if (Settings::poll()) toggleMousePoll(true);

}

updateWindowMask();
title_bar->move(0, mask_height);
setGeometry (0, 0, 0, 0);
}

I made the window a singularity instead of calling setvisable and it works now. Thats in main_window.cpp (I dont use the animation anyway). Love yakuake! thanks for a sweet program, hope my hack helps others


danny
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 Feature Request

 
 by thejackal on: May 8 2008
 
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A Noted problem when using shell-provided names for tab-names is that they quickly consume the available tab-bar space.

The only ways around this I can see as feasable are:

1: Vertically Stacked Tabs
2: Left/Right tab scroll

I would personally prefer #1 for the sake of ease of access and speed of status monitoring.

Thanks for the great tool :) ( +kde4 +konsole 4 = awesome and im ad-hoc'ing kde3 with kde4 components to get what i want till kde4 becomes more stable )


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 tab titles

 
 by peteblack on: May 10 2008
 
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Is anyone else seeing that the tab titles no longer get updated? Konqueror's tab titles work fine.


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 Re: tab titles

 
 by Sho on: May 10 2008
 
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Can't say I have that problem, nope. Check the terminal profile settings, perhaps? There's also a setting in the Yakuake config dialog controlling dynamic title updates (in 2.9.x - anything older than 2.9.0 has no support for dynamic tab titles).


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 Re: Re: tab titles

 
 by peteblack on: May 10 2008
 
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Thanks, no luck though.

I've tried that and also using a fresh .kde4.0/.

Funny thing is that when I toggle the "Show title bar contents in tab labels" it works. However, the title remains the same until it's toggled again.

I'll have a closer look at it and perhaps post a bug report if I cant figure it out.

Thanks again.


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 Re: Re: Re: tab titles

 
 by Sho on: May 12 2008
 
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Do you get any error messages along the lines of unsuccessful signal connections or similar when you run Yakuake from a terminal?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: tab titles

 
 by peteblack on: Jun 6 2008
 
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Confirm fixed in 2.9.3. Good stuff!


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 Question

 
 by TeeAhr1 on: May 12 2008
 
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How would I drop down a running instance of Yakuake with a specified command, in this case emacs? I want to use this to specify my default text editor. With Konsole, I can call "konsole -e emacs", but Yakuake doesn't seem to support the -e option.


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 Re: Question

 
 by Sho on: May 12 2008
 
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You can write a shell script that does the following things in aggregate:
1. Create a new session (tab).
2. Run a command in it.
3. Open the Yakuake window.

The KDE 3 version (anything older than 2.9.0) has a DCOP interface with the respective calls; the KDE 4 version (2.9.0 and newer) has a D-Bus interface instead.

I might add an -e argument in a future version (it's not quite the same as what the above does, since unlike running a command in an existing shell, it requires duplicating some parsing code for argument handling etc. from Konsole to properly start the desired non-shell process in the spawning terminal), but for now, DCOP/D-Bus will do.


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 Re: Re: Question

 
 by jdb25fr on: Sep 24 2008
 
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Hi !
Can someone do this ? I don't know anything about dbus and I think it would be nice to port the "open with yakuake" service menu to kde 4...
(by replacing dcop with dbus calls)
Thanks !

Gide


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 Re: Re: Re: Question

 
 by Sho on: Sep 25 2008
 
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The D-Bus interface in the KDE 4 version of Yakuake is just as capable as the DCOP interface in the KDE 3 version was, so if the Service Menu worked well before, it should be very possible to port it.


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