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KSplash/ML (Release 0.95.3)


KDE 3.x Splash Screen

Score 72%
KSplash/ML (Release 0.95.3)

KSplash/ML (Release 0.95.3)

KSplash/ML (Release 0.95.3)

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Downloads:  4621
Submitted:  Mar 11 2002
Updated:  Sep 30 2002


Highly configurable Mac-like (see screenshots) drop-in replacement for ksplash. Notice that this is a seperate software package which physically replaces your ksplash binary. This _should_ work with KDE 2.1 and greater, but who knows for sure. Includes a KCM module to help you configure it to suit your personal tastes (each user can set it up differently). Simple to configure and install. Now supports a simple theme-based interface, to make things even easier to use!


*Created XpLike mode.

*Geometry and color fixes in XpLike
*KDE2 bugfixes

*XpLike configurability improvement
*Better onscreen rendering

*Added simple Theme support, including two-click installation process.
*Greatly improved configurability via Theme.rc files.
*Added Theme support to control panel.
*Broke everything else in control panel.

*Fixed glitch in objkstheme.h. Many thanks to "protoman" for finding this error for me.

*Created new ThemeEngine class to make theme creation 100% configurable. Developers can create their own ThemeEngines with very little C++ work.
*Removed all non-theme code from control panel.

*Fixed bug in XpLike which caused some compilers to croak. For some odd reason, mine never complained about it (go FreeBSD!)...

*Working on bringing back control panel configurability. You can pull up the preferences for most Themes, and can see how configurable it _will_ be. I say "will" because it is currently not able to SAVE any settings that you adjust yet. This will be here in the next full release.
*Made ThemeEngine class more robust. This includes a change in the communication interface. ThemeEngine Developers are encouraged to examine the example ThemeEngine's on the homepage for details on what has changed. (namely, ThemeEngine::setPixmap() has a QString argument, rather than a QPixmap argument.)
*XpLike supports direct-resolution Backgrounds. Simply include a Background.png for each resolution (see Viper and Landskape on the homepage), and XpLike will use the one which you need. No scaling necessary, so this greatly improves startup times on these themes.

*Finally updated the buildsystem to a stable copy of admin from kde-common. This should fix 99% of the build problems out there.
(You should only need this update if you have experienced problems building KSplash/ML 0.95-RELEASE. There are no updates to the KSplash/ML source code in this release.)

*Fixed bug in library loading mechanism which could allow imported symbols to clash on some systems. Specifically, ThemeX and ThemeMacClassic caused problems due to both having a "class Icon". If you have not experienced any problems related to this, you should not need this update.

* Fixed bug in Standard mode which limited Statusbar text size to 1 pixel. Really hard to read. :)
* Added support for KDM USER ICONS in XpLike ThemeEngine. If you have a KDM user icon defined, KSplash/ML will be more than happy to use it.
* Added support for icon flashing in Legacy themes. Can be enabled in the Theme.rc file. Working configuration dialog coming soon...

NOTE: The buildsystem shipped with this version of KSplash/ML is KDE3 ONLY. I am rushing this release out as a proof-of-concept to hopefully get some responses from you, the end user, to see whether or not you like it. It is possible to compile this on KDE2 (I know, I've done it!) by copying the acinclude.m4 file from another KDE2 source archive and re-running "make -f Makefile.cvs", but if you're not comfortable doing so, I suggest waiting until the next release.

This software will be 1000% ready-to-rock soon, with the upcoming 1.0 release. I hope you like the new functionality!!

:) ttt

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 Holy shit batman!

 by coolvibe on: Oct 1 2002
Score 50%

This thing just rocks. Keep it coming. Keep voting it up. It's a great hack well worth it's salt.

Has the author made any intentions clear to the KDE team to replace the old stuffy ksplash with this magnificent piece of work? He should!

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