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Color Folder

   1.0.2  

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  7509
Submitted:  Jan 20 2006
Updated:  Jun 28 2011

Description:

Because some people might like to tint their folders via the context menu (http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=33861), I played a bit around and wrote a small script, just for fun.
It is not perfect, but if you can make use of it, feel free to do that.

Installation:
Run the install.sh script.
Or copy the files manually to the right locations.




Changelog:

1.0.2:
Fix: Installation if user is already root or kdesu is not installed (Thx Jonathan Kolberg)

1.0.1:
Add: Serbian translation (by Mladen Pejaković)
Add: Option to install as top level action
Fix: Create ServiceMenus directory if needed when installing
Fix: Run kbuildsycoca4 after installing

1.0.0:
Updated to oxygen icon set
Dropped all other icon sets
Added install and uninstall scripts

0.3.4:
Add: Translations: Slovak and Czech (Thx Jozef)
Fix: Russian translation

0.3.3:
Add: Translations: Russian (Thx Alex)

0.3.2:
Add: nuoveXT version

0.3.1:
Add: Translations: Italian (Thx Marco)

0.3:
Fix: Folders with spaces in name are now supported. Other Characters like " and ' are still unsupported!

0.2:
Add: Translations: Spanish and Catalan (Thx Miguel Angel, I guess), Polish (Thx Jakub Stachowski), France and Hungarian
Add: An extra version for the crystal icon set

0.1:
Initial release




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 worksforme

 
 by sinewalker on: Feb 25 2006
 
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well, despite the comments that the instructions are wrong, they work for me!

This is a great service menu addition. Now I can organise my folders like on Mac! Well done.


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 worksforme

 
 by sinewalker on: Feb 25 2006
 
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well, despite the comments that the instructions are wrong, they work for me!

This is a great service menu addition. Now I can organise my folders like on Mac! Well done.


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 difference?

 
 by janet on: Jun 11 2006
 
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What is the difference between the nuvola- and the crystal-optimized version?


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 Re: difference?

 
 by HessiJames on: Jun 11 2006
 
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some icons do not exist in the different icons sets and the optimized version hasn't got entries in the context menu to access these icons.


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 Re: Re: difference?

 
 by janet on: Jun 12 2006
 
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I see, thanks. In that case: I would prefer if the entry for the blue folder (I only looked at crystal) would point to the icon folder_blue not folder, because there are people out there using another color for the main folder or other icon themes where the main folder is not blue - and because "remove color" also points to "folder".


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 Re: Re: Re: difference?

 
 by HessiJames on: Jun 12 2006
 
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i'm using suse 10.1, kde 3.5 and folder_blue does not exist in the crystal icon set. so i removed the blue 'color' because it doesn't make much sense. thanks for this hint.


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 nuoveXT

 
 by janet on: Jun 12 2006
 
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An optimized version for nuoveXT would be: instead of folder_violet folder_pink and instead of folder_grey folder_gray and no folder_yellow :)


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 Godd work!

 
 by yggdrasil on: Aug 27 2006
 
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But I think it would be better to rename the menu entry "delete .directory file" to something like "reset to defaults". I think that not everyone knows about the .directory file and what it's supposed to do :-)


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 Re: Godd work!

 
 by leinir on: Aug 29 2006
 
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However, deleting that file is what it does - it doesn't reset the folder colour information to default, which is what a message like that would mean when in the context it exists in :) Those files are used for other things than just sticking icons on the directories ;)


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 Mods

 
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I'm using the krystal-blue mod for the crystal icon set. Does the crystal optomized version work on that?


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 Re: Mods

 
 by HessiJames on: Sep 17 2006
 
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try it out, if it doesn't work, delete the files you copied to your system and everything will be as it was before.


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