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On Screen Display (OSD) for X11

   0.6.1  

KDE Accessibility Application

Score 85%
On Screen Display (OSD) for X11
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Homepage:  Link
other:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  4002
Submitted:  Jul 16 2008
Updated:  Jun 21 2012

Description:

On Screen Display (OSD) for X11 using D-BUS calls.
Can be used in conjunction with the remote control (lirc) or multimedia keyboard (Xmodmap).
Shows the value of a value obtained by the D-BUS. It can change the value of something by the D-BUS. Allows you to visualize the message in the form of images or text with large capacity design.




Changelog:

So many changes...
The configuration files from version 0.5.x are not compatible with this version.
See the file "changelog", my configuration in the "conf/okinddrc.my", examples of scripts in "scripts/" and on my homepage.

2012-02-16 (0.6.0-53)
* Fix critical error in function "dbusCall"

2012-02-23 (0.6.1-8)
* Added section "/Menu" to launch external applications and call DBUS functions of another application. For composition mode only.
* Added functions "showMenu", "next", "prev" and "select" in section "/Menu".

2012-02-26 (0.6.1-12)

* Rewrite function "showMenu"
* Added animation to "/Menu"

2012-02-27 (0.6.1-15)

* Fix function "showMenu" (size item pictures)
* Add parameter "MenuAnimationTime"
* Add parameters "MenuAnimationTypeMove", "MenuAnimationTypeCenter" and "MenuAnimationTypeFade" for change types animation

2012-03-04 (0.6.1-23)

* Fixed errors in "/Menu" and "/Text"

In the near future changes are planned. Will be corrected only critical errors.

2012-06-21 (0.6.1-24)

* Fixed errors when compiling on GCC 4.7 (Patch from Michael Palimaka)




LicenseGPL
(Version 0.6.1-24)
(Static binary build for i386)
(Static binary build for x86_64)
Ubuntu(Packages from Alexey Murz Korepov (ver. 0.6.0-49))
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 Very nice :D

 
 by explinux83 on: Jul 17 2008
 
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Very nice :)
This app was missing in KDE 3;
I think that the default icons should be included in the apps, and the first launch generate a configuration file, which one can change how he wishes later.
Very thanks for your work.


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 3rd Screenshot

 
 by seraphyn on: Jul 17 2008
 
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Could you tell the name of the movie, please?

Greetz Seraphyn


I must create a system or be enslaved by another mans; I will not reason and compare: my business is to create.
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 Re: 3rd Screenshot

 
 by ok2008 on: Jul 20 2008
 
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This "Masters of Science Fiction"

http://www.scifislacker.com/television/master-of-science-fiction.shtml


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 Re: 3rd Screenshot

 
 by ok2008 on: Jul 20 2008
 
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This "Masters of Science Fiction"

http://www.scifislacker.com/television/master-of-science-fiction.shtml


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 great app...

 
 by vovannl on: Jul 18 2008
 
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That's great for the start! Would be nice if you can add possibility to pipe some text to OSD message and add transparency to text background.


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 Re: great app...

 
 by ok2008 on: Jul 21 2008
 
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Please see version 0.4 and call Text...
This?


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 Re: Re: great app...

 
 by vovannl on: Jul 22 2008
 
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Looks good, thank you!


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 Nice

 
 by bico on: Jul 24 2008
 
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This application was missing from KDE. I have been using Xosd (osd_cat) that does almost the same thing but without the cool kde progress bar and icons (just text based). The problem with xosd is that it does not use aliased text and the shadow of the text is not transparent. But its advantage is that it does not have to stay in memory. You can just call it with command parameters directly and then it exits.

For okindd, my suggestion would be to use center/top/bottom keywords instead of exact pixels in the config file since then the config can work on any resolution.

Nice job!


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 not working

 
 by Bacter on: Dec 20 2008
 
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Error when calling make.

make: *** No rule to make target `/usr/lib64/qt4/mkspecs/linux-g++-64/qmake.conf', needed by `Makefile'. Stop.

I think I have every possible dev package installed, I don't have that folder there on 32 bit opensuse 11.1


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 Re: not working

 
 by ok2008 on: Dec 20 2008
 
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Because 'Makefile' formed by 64 bits.
Try run 'qmake-qt4 okindd.pro' and run 'make'


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 Re: Re: not working

 
 by Bacter on: Dec 20 2008
 
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I have qmake instead qmake-qt4 and after that everything worked. I did like in INSTALL file but calling qdbus org.okindd /Interface display Volume 70 is not showing nothing on screen, konsole isn't showing nothing either.


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 Re: Re: Re: not working

 
 by Bacter on: Dec 20 2008
 
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Ok got this working, had to change progressbar coordinates in config file. One problem remains though, speaker icons are black when called, with and without compositing effects.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: not working

 
 by zman on: Dec 22 2008
 
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What did you change the coordinates to?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: not working

 
 by Bacter on: Dec 22 2008
 
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I have 1280 x 800 laptop screen
in okindrc
[Volume]
pixY=600
progressW=1000
progressH=30
progressY=650

Note: in KDE 4.2 there is already volume osd in kmix by default


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 Re: Note: in KDE 4.2 there is

 
 by ok2008 on: Dec 24 2008
 
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In KDE3 also have OSD - "kmilo" in kdeutils (http://kde.me.uk/index.php?page=kmilo), but he did not like.



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 Re: speaker icons are black

 
 by ok2008 on: Dec 25 2008
 
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This effect was when the Oxygen theme.
Fixed in http://okindd.homelinux.org/kde4/daily/okindd-0.5.1-20081225.tar.bz2


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 Great!

 
 by zman on: Dec 22 2008
 
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It looks like it would be great, but I'm not quite sure how to implement it as a volume slider for my multimedia keys. I already have my multimedia buttons assigned to shortcuts in kmix, should I override these assignments or is there some way to keep those and still trigger a display of the volume level whenever I push the buttons. Also, how do I pass the volume level in the dbus call? Sorry to ask so many silly questions!


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 Re: Great!

 
 by ok2008 on: Dec 23 2008
 
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My friend did this:
Hot keys on the script (example in the folder scripts: vol-plus, vol-minus).
The script increased (decrease) the volume and display indicator.


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 Re: Re: Great!

 
 by zman on: Dec 23 2008
 
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Awesome, works beautifully!!


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