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 Silly problem

 
 by sebelk on: May 12 2007
 
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When I attempt to "Save image as..." (e.g. a wallpaper) with Firefox it attempts to save as "download.php" disregarding of actual file name. I know, I know, is not a *kde* problem, but perhaps many people have the same problem, is there a way to workaround it with copy and paste the actual file name from path from address bar and then paste it over dialog box?

Thanks in advance!


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 Re: Silly problem

 
 by JaRaEeZ on: May 13 2007
 
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hey, to save the pic go to file > save page as - which should result in the correct image name... HTH


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 Re: Silly problem

 
 by thevoice on: Jun 29 2007
 
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I'm having a slightly similar problem with Konqueror, where I can't save .skz files.

For some reason Konqueror insists on opening them with Kate, I can't get them to directly install or save.

Any ideas?

I've gone through the file association settings but to no avail.


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 Help Find the TOOL

 
 by tuxfun on: May 15 2007
 
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HI,


The Amarok Music player lists / presents all the .mp3 files from the local collection,
to click upon the wish to listen ones.

Similarly, I'm looking for a program / tool that lists the files of a given or chosen extension, and will open it from that interface.

I need this coz I've a lot of following extension files :

1. .PDF
2. .DOC
3. .ZIP
4. .TAR
5. .torrent
6. .CHM

The tool (if its there) will help me, to access a particular file like we do in Amarok ,( saves time) and will be an alternative to the traditional approach of File Manager.

I am having 5 drives on my system,

- and the extension files like pdf, doc are of different subject matters
- and are stored randomly as per the space availability on all the drives
- and are at various levels ( 6, 6.5,7, 7.4, 8th child) of the parent folder

There will be more adding up, to the collection on daily basis

I'm looking for a tool, that will store like the media library or collections and the first interface will help to access the needful. I hope its giving the big picture.

[ more examples will be like :
1. Site Map
2. Book TOC or INDEX ]


Thanks
Tuxfun.


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 Re: Help Find the TO

 
 by anupamsr on: May 31 2007
 
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I know this is not your solution, but have you tried this approach:

% export EXTENSION="PDF"
% mkdir $EXTENSION
% find -iname \*$EXTENSION -exec ln -s .{} $EXTENSION/{} \;


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 Re: Re: Help Find th

 
 by anupamsr on: May 31 2007
 
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Ofcourse the above commands can be modified into a script that before creating a symlink:
checks if the current path's dirname is ".", if yes, creates symlink, if no, create a directory structure resembling to dirname, pushd to this structure, create symlink, popd

Just thinking... ^_^


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 admin/cvs.sh

 
 by dovidhalevi on: May 15 2007
 
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This is a lingering problem and has become a real pain:

Any attempt to make -f Makefile.cvs or such (required with AM_... undefines or mandated by maintainer as in kplayer) fails, regardless of the fact that automake and autoheader ARE new enough. I used to manually symlink until that no longer worked.

Now I edit that file and simply remove the case ... esac and leave unsermake=no.

Now it works ... IF (a big one) all the makefile.in are in place before. An errormessage from the make prevents their generation.

Time to fix this problem. There are more and more apps here that I simply cannot correctly compile.


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 Re: admin/cvs.sh

 
 by linmain on: Jun 18 2007
 
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you just can download the most recent admin directory from kde svn and replace the admin directory of the defective tarball.

works fine for me...


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 Evil plain/text head

 
 by suslik on: May 20 2007
 
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Just tried Kubuntu and due to some insane auto-open policy in Konqueror there is no way to make it ask to "Save" the file.

Instead it opens in some viewer.

The default text/plain Header is EVIL.

Please, try using some generic binary header for serving files of unknown mime.


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 Re: Evil plain/text head

 
 by leinir on: May 29 2007
 
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leinirleinir
KDE/Amarok, KDE/Gluon
editor
Home

This is KDE-Look, not the *buntu forums... Might i suggest tossing complaints to the appropriate places? ;)


..Dan // Leinir
http://www.leinir.dk/

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 login name change

 
 by ilj on: Jun 3 2007
 
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Is there a way to change one's login name? I figured out that my second name is transliterated wrong and I'd love to fix it AND I'd love to keep my contributions (though few) assigned to this account.

SO, I can't see there's a function to change the login name so I'm most likely to register a new account but:

- I don't want to register a new e-mail account for that purpose and my current e-mail account is obviously assigned with a current account on kde-*.org
- I'd love to have my contributions assigned w/ the new account too.

What do I do?


Disassemble to assemble something pure
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 Re: login name chang

 
 by Yaba on: Jun 8 2007
 
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Send a message to Frank through the 'contact Frank' link on his user info page: http://www.kde-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=Frank


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 Re: Re: login name c

 
 by ilj on: Nov 25 2007
 
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Did it. No reply followed so far.


Those who do not understand Unix are condemned to reinvent it, poorly.

~ Henry Spencer

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 Karamba or Other

 
 by tvman123 on: Jul 3 2007
 
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I use KDE and super karamba. Is there any application or widget or karamba theme that can tell me who's logged on my machine? I don't want to type "w" or "who", I want something that is constantly checking for me. Gkrellm has what I want but I've moved to super karamba.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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