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 cpu usage

 
 by fraz on: Oct 10 2005
 
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hello...
i've dome my first sk theme taking 2 different scripts (1 monitor sistem and 1 gmail checker) and putting them together.
When i load the new script the cpu usage rise to 50-60% meanwhile if i load the 2 scripts separately cpu usage is 10%
how can i fix this?there's anywhere a guide that can help me???
thansk


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 Re: cpu usage

 
 by Ricardo on: Nov 19 2005
 
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Informations which you give are too unclear and unsharp. (like : i have combined two dogs, what is color of result?) If you put these themes on web, some searching for problem can be done.
I supose that as it always use to be, very simple thing makes your problem.


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 Window decoration?

 
 by calande on: Oct 16 2005
 
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How can I create my own window decoration? Do you know a tutorial that has all the required information and that is up-to-date?
Thank you.


Charles.
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 Re: Window decoratio

 
 by Maxilys on: Oct 17 2005
 
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There used to be a template around here or maybe I just dreamt there was one. I didn't retreive it.

Any way, I don't think that the best way to learn something. Instead of a template, you'd better start from the sources of a working windec and patch them. You would find much more easily your errors... if the windec stops working or if it starts acting strange. That's the way I started.

You don't need to re-invent the wheel. Cut and Paste are your best friends in our GPL world. In other words: Take a working engine and implement your graphics. To learn how every bit of a windec engine is switched isn't for the artists. ;-)

Last thing:

~/.kde/share/config/kwinrc

This is the file to edit once you're locked with a bogus windec. It may become useful to know that.


(c) MXLS(r)(tm) (Patent pending)
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 Re: Re: Window decoratio

 
 by p0z3r on: Oct 18 2005
 
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http://kdelook.org/content/show.php?content=6332


cheers, -p0z3r
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 Re: Re: Re: Window d

 
 by dbojan on: Nov 18 2005
 
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http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=31447
http://www.usermode.org/docs/kwintheme.html
http://rikkus.info/kwin_style_tutorial.html

you can copy admin dir from some other package, like smoothblend :)

http://lists.kde.org
:kwin


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 Re: Window decoratio

 
 by vladvic on: Nov 22 2005
 
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You should use KWin functions.
Good tutorial is here:
http://www.usermode.org/docs/kwintheme.html


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 All-in-one baghira

 
 by sasquatchdied on: Oct 26 2005
 
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I've noticed a lot of people are wanting to make their KDE box look like either the jaguar or panther for mac...

Perhaps someone who has already done this should make a theme manager theme.

something to think about...

If you do do it please e-mail me sasquatchdied@gmail.com


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 P2P - Please Port

 
 by Enderandrew on: Nov 11 2005
 
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On the P2P front, edonkey, bittorrent and gnutella are the three popular networks. One program merges all three, and it is called Shareaza. It is open source, and located on Sourceforge. However, there is no Linux port. I would love to see a KDE build of this. It is built on MFC currently, and I've seen some tools to help migrate from MFC to Linux.

http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/library/l-mfc/?n-l-4182
http://www.klaralvdalens-datakonsult.se/?page=products&sub=knut
http://doc.trolltech.com/solutions/qtwinmigrate/winmigrate-walkthrough.html


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 Re: P2P - Please Port

 
 by Superstoned on: Nov 11 2005
 
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i'm sure it'd be very difficult and timeconsuming to port this to Qt as Qt doesn't support mfc, afaik.

anyway, there is mldonkey and kmldonkey...


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 Re: Re: P2P - Please

 
 by Enderandrew on: Nov 14 2005
 
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Perhaps you didn't read my post.

I listed 3 links that give specific instructions and help for porting mfc to qt. In fact there is a tool to automate porting all of the dialogs rather quickly.

So saying that qt doesn't support mfc doesn't really apply. I'm suggesting replacing the mfc code with qt code.

Furthermore, there are several edonkey clients for Linux. However, Shareaza is not an edonkey client.

It is the only client on the planet that downloads from edonkey, gnutella, gnutella2, and bittorrent at once. In fact, one file can be pulling from all 4 networks at once, and multiple sources per network.

Since the software is so much better than anything currently available on Linux, since the software is GPL, and since Trolltech provides documentation to ease the process, I think the port is both worthy and reasonable.

I've never worked with C++ or QT, or I'd try to do it myself. I figure the job would be much easier for someone who is familiar with QT. I also firmly believe that this app would add further luster to KDE.


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 Re: P2P - Please Port

 
 by mabs on: Nov 23 2005
 
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No as good as a native, but you could always run it through wine:
http://wiki.shareaza.com/static/ShareazaLinux


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 Re: P2P - Please Port

 
 by jezz on: Nov 24 2005
 
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Maybe, you can test mldonkey and its kde front-end, kmldonkey.


Jérôme Pouiller (Jezz) jerome.pouiller@no-log.org
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 Re: Re: P2P - Please Port

 
 by jezz on: Nov 25 2005
 
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I add mldonkey (disregarding its name ) work for edonkey, gnutella, gnutella2, and bittorrent (and more).


Jérôme Pouiller (Jezz) jerome.pouiller@no-log.org
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 Developer Wanted

 
 by davidinv on: Nov 26 2005
 
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Later Projects:
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We are hoping to discuss with you further about the software & application function, performance, data, interface requirements.

Developers arrangement, task, etc.

The Works, cost
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Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
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Candidates with own PC at home and with internet connections are preferred.
Able to work in the time schedule.
If you live in large city, you will work in office later.

Mail resumes to songrail@126.com

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 Database Developer

 
 by davidinv on: Nov 26 2005
 
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The world computer shops also trade New Computer Hardware.
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Computer Retail Shops in the streets that have many business and individual customers; or in residential districts, large customer volume.

Candidates with own PC at home and with internet connections are preferred.
Able to work in the time schedule.
If you live in the 80 countries listed, you will work in office.


Mail your resume to songrail@126.com
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