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KXDocker with REAL Transparency


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KXDocker with REAL Transparency

KXDocker with REAL Transparency

KXDocker with REAL Transparency

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Minimum required   KDE 3.4.x
Downloads:  50722
Submitted:  Feb 22 2004
Updated:  Apr 15 2006


Welcome to KXDocker 1.x.x, the successor of KXDocker 0.39

KXDocker is an innovative docker for KDE

I've rewrite all the code. I need to write new features!
Try it, KXDocker 1.X.X make it different: Now with Mouse gestures for Exposè!

If you need to contact me, please send me a message by mail:
I DON'T Follow the forum.

Remember to read the FAQs on my website before ask me!

Remember only KWin support Z-Ordering!


- compilation issue
- expose mouse gesture with latest cvs compiz
- new features on plugin interface: test it with gpipe (slideshow?)

- fixed crash on NON composite X11

- KXDocker support for Align=top!!
- Fixed a few bugs and speedups
- xTaskManager now work properly with dcops and make the minimized application blended!!! (may be disabled via configurator)
- xGDocker support for DISABLE move-remove icon via Drag'n move-drop
- xMouse support for 4 desktop corner to send fake X11 keypress VERY USEFUL to do Exposè effect!!!!!!!
- Configurator support Bottom and Top layout configurations

- auto detect to use Composite extensions or Fake transparency
- xAnimator support startBounceByName
- Automated backup of kxdocker_conf.xml to avoid losses on X crash

- support for compiz cvs

- new onclickleft: last or first
- real transparency support with composite manager (work with kompmgr and compiz)

- compilation fixes
- release

I've added some code to TRY to draw Antialiased Text, test and send feedback!
Qt4 will support fully antialiasing fonts.
Also ThemeManager now support GCpu themes

0.40 RC2
- fixes
- all plugins are now avaiable
- THEME Manager!!!!!

0.40 RC
- a lot of fix
- garbage collector
- some new plugin
- translations
- ........

0.40 BETA
- first release of new KXDocker 1.0.0
- try it send feedback

TODO before Release:
- porting of old plugins
- tests

Changelog of older versions: check on website

If you have troubles, mail me!

I'm looking for:

- new themes
- binary packages for as many distros as possible (check on my website which
? ones are missing)

Full changelog and FAQs are available on my website at:

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 by lucher on: Feb 7 2006
Score 50%

Well - I was never able to configure this app. But this time it shot everything: Though being active it just doesn't show up!

Would be great to have some simple tutorials for beginners...

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 Re: Usage?

 by arthur-kalm on: Feb 8 2006
Score 50%

I second that. I always wanted to use this app but was never able to figure out how to configure it. I attempted to read you howto on your website but I was still not able to figure it out.

A howto for beginners would be great.

Arthur Kalmenson
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 Re: Re: Usage?

 by mETz on: Mar 13 2006
Score 50%

Some usable gui would be even better. The configuration dialog always scared me away.

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 Re: Re: Usage?

 by bushwakko on: Mar 21 2006
Score 50%

hehe, actually I tried it once too, but gave up! :D Looks damn good though.

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 nice app. No docs..

 by warlockomega on: Feb 15 2006
Score 50%

If you cant put a simple how-to together then whats the point? If you could at leaste explain how to add and remove icons/programs from the app it would be nice...

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 Baaa Humbug

 by thelinxportal on: Mar 11 2006
Score 50%

Okay, this baby works great, but configuring it is like pulling teeth. The docker in Mac is so bloody easy to use, I think you need to think about usability. When people wish to add new icons to the docker they should be able to open up the CONFIGURATOR - and just add a new icon by just linking to the execuatble, similar to the of the ktaskbar. All this ho hum about groups and this and that confuses the hell out of newbies (we sell Linux to aloooottt of newbies) I KNOW!! you can drop in icon links from the desktop, but thats just tedious.

Also, whats with the following problems:
We still advise people to use 0.38 because 1.0 just doesnt work. It loads but nothing shows, and console output is just not helpful, debug doesnt work either.

Icons just disappear at random from the docker and then pop back up again, and whats with the blank spaces?

AND!! the great thing about the Mac docker is that it can be moved to the top, bottom, right or left of your screen, why cant we move it.

Well thats my rant. It funky eye candy, but we won't use it full time until its a little more solid.


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 Re: Baaa Humbug

 by Matti on: Mar 13 2006
Score 50%

(a) It's alpha. Which means that it's in development, and should never be used in production. It's released for testing purposes.

(b) It's free software, and released as is where is. If you're not paying for it, be greatful someone has taken the time out of their busy life to produce it. Perhaps support them by providing polite and helpful bug reports, or even assist with the coding by providing patches.

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 Re: Re: Baaa Humbug

 by thelinxportal on: Apr 9 2006
Score 50%

Wow!! you are cranky!! Just a comment dude get over it. And we already provide financial support to some OS apps, and the BSD distro PC-BSD.

Have a cherry day!
And remeber RELAX!! Go to it!!!

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KDE 3.5.2a

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 Re: Re: Re: Baaa Hum

 by Matti on: Apr 9 2006
Score 50%

Just responding to your self-proclaimed "rant". I know from personal experience that these kinds of "comments" are very de-motivating from a developer's perspective. Just something for you to bear in mind, although most of your other posts here seem to be positive. Maybe you were just having a bad day - like me.

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 by floppy on: Mar 15 2006
Score 50%

OK, the Alpha version with real transparency is somehow crap, but the 1.0.0 is quite good. The only thing I haven't discovered yet is how to add new Icons, that is damn difficult. I downloaded the configurator and the wizard, but in the configurator I can only remove Icons, not add new ones. How do I do that? And the wizard doesn't do anything, as it seems.

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