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KDE Improvement

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Downloads:  1386
Submitted:  Oct 30 2003
Updated:  Feb 7 2005


A small kicker applet I wrote, which is IMHO a very good addition to KDE.

DragStacK is a stack of files. It was inspired by the drop stack
of the PathFinder file manager for OS X.

DragStacK is a kicker applet. You can drop as many files on it
as you want. Do get the files out of the stack just drag them out
of it. The last file you dropped on the stack is the first file you
can drag out of it. DragStacK does not keep the files themselves
in the stack but only their paths.

You can of course drag directories or URL's onto DragStacK, too.


Version 1.4:
Fixed many bugs and made it useable again.

Version 1.3:
Fixed a compilation problem and the icon is now installed corretly.

Version 1.2:
Added a DCOP interface and fixed a minor bug.

Version 1.1:
Fixed bug with spaces in URLs
Fixed position of about dialog
Added icons to context menu
Added a context menu to select the item you want to get out of the stack

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 by christopher on: Oct 30 2003
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good job, i really like it, very useful...

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 by DecayingOmega on: Nov 1 2003
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i think this is an interesting applet. im sure there are people out there that will find a use for this. as for me, im sticking to good old copy and paste.

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 by paul on: Nov 3 2003
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Great :)

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 by SegPhault on: Mar 29 2004
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nice, but I think I like 'BasKet' better. I never was much of a drag n' drop kind of guy.

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 Re: interesting...

 by Superstoned on: Feb 7 2005
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basket should be a kicker applet too, imho. until it is, this is better.

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 by LaFleche on: Feb 8 2005
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This is app is really great
but the doesn't show, where is it supposed to go?

Also could you provide a template .po file to allow translations?

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 Re: great!

 by domseichter on: Feb 8 2005
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Hi, I'll add a po file for the next release. I also want to add support for placing any objects on dragstack. So you would be able to drag text from koffice onto it.

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