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Flickr On Plasma

   0.7.1  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 78%
Flickr On Plasma
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Flickr On Plasma
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2468
Submitted:  Dec 11 2008
Updated:  Oct 3 2009

Description:

A Plasma applet showing:
  • the most interesting pictures on Flickr

  • your favorite photos

  • a particular photoset

  • a set of photos based on a tag

  • photos taken on a particular location


  • To fetch the latest version, use the Git version:

  • Github: http://github.com/bram85/flickrop

    Clone URL: git://github.com/bram85/flickrop.git

  • Gitorious: http://gitorious.org/flickrop/flickrop

    Clone URL: git clone git://gitorious.org/flickrop/flickrop.git


  • Translations

    This version supports localization. If you wish to translate Flickr On Plasma, clone the repository or download the template from Github. When you're ready, send me a pull request or send the resulting *.po file by email.




    Changelog:

    v0.7.1
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    - Spanish translation added, thanks to Cristian Fadón.

    v0.7
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    - Added localization support (Dutch translation included).
    - Fade effect when showing a new photo.
    - Several bugfixes




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    Mandriva(Mandriva i586 RPM (0.6))
    Mandriva(Mandriva x86_64 RPM (0.6))
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     Upload support

     
     by gladiac on: Apr 21 2009
     
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    It would be nice if you would be able to upload pictures to flickr by dragging them to the applet or a special area, icon on the applet.


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     Re: Upload support

     
     by bram85 on: Apr 21 2009
     
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    I think this is outside the scope of this applet. I'm not intending to implement this feature, unless someone provides a nice patch.


    Bram Schoenmakers
    KDE Netherlands (www.kde.nl)

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     crash when no network

     
     by seeg on: Apr 30 2009
     
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    flickr plasmoid causes plasma crash when there's no network present. here's the backtrace: http://pastebin.com/f3ea745e


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     Re: crash when no network

     
     by bram85 on: Apr 30 2009
     
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    Which version? 0.5.1 is supposed to fix this.


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     Re: Re: crash when no network

     
     by seeg on: Apr 30 2009
     
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    OK, I've 0.4 so I'll wait for the new package ;)


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     Re: Re: Re: crash when no network

     
     by oreyoyo on: May 4 2009
     
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    have a look here, there is the latest version compiled in a deb package:
    https://launchpad.net/~alessandro-ghersi/+archive/plasmoid


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     Double click for next photo

     
     by tamasrepus on: Jun 21 2009
     
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    How about making double clicks on the photo advance to the next photo?

    I use the right click "Next Photo" menu option frequently, this would be an intuitive shortcut.


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     Re: Double click for next photo

     
     by bram85 on: Jun 21 2009
     
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    I'm not so convinced that would be the right solution. I can imagine it is unexpected/unclear behavior for other users.

    Perhaps a pager widget instead, similar to the one you see in the comic plasmoid.


    Bram Schoenmakers
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     Re: Re: Double click for next photo

     
     by tamasrepus on: Jun 23 2009
     
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    While I still think a double-click is still the most intuitive, I think I have to agree about it being unexpected... other common plasmoids don't do anything on double clicks.

    A widget that appeared only on mouseover (like the Comics plasmoid) would work just as well, though, it'd only have one button on it.


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     Re: Re: Double click for next photo

     
     by Filozof on: Jun 24 2009
     
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    It'd be really good solution - a button (or buttons with all functions, e.g. the photo page) appearing on mouseover. :)


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     error

     
     by linuxix on: Sep 14 2009
     
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    hi, i take error when i build source. error details is at http://pastebin.ca/1565193 i'm waiting your advice.


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     error

     
     by linuxix on: Sep 14 2009
     
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    i have solved previous error but i have new one. its detail at http://pastebin.ca/1565232


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     Re: error

     
     by bram85 on: Sep 15 2009
     
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    Is Flickr On Plasma the only package which causes problems? I suspect this error happens due to a misconfiguration on your system.

    Did you install CMake from a package or by hand? I'd suggest to sort out this issue on your distribution's support channels, because it looks like I can be of any help here.


    Bram Schoenmakers
    KDE Netherlands (www.kde.nl)

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     Israphel

     
     by Israphel on: Sep 25 2009
     
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    Can I have this plasmoid two times in my desktop showing different photos? I mean, with different config.

    Or Can I use two tags in the Tag Option?


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     Re: Israphel

     
     by bram85 on: Sep 25 2009
     
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    No, unfortunately it's not possible. I'm aware of the problem, but it would take quite some work to fix this.
    But, it's on my list and hope to deal with this one day.


    Bram Schoenmakers
    KDE Netherlands (www.kde.nl)

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