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USU Notifications


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USU Notifications

Homepage:  http://learnfree.eu
Downloads:  371
Submitted:  Apr 8 2013
Updated:  Jan 20 2014


Alternative KDE notifications, based on QML and org.kde.notofications, but with more features.
- customizable position
- floating notification remains in the correct place when changing screen resolution (you must select "detached" position from the settings)
- show/hide notification categories tabs
- natural up/down scrolling in the notification pop-up
- newly installed apps notification (experimental)


- 0.1 - initial, private release
- 0.1.1 - initial public release
- 0.1.2 - added new app notifications, show/hide notification categories, notification action buttons auto-width
- 0.1.3 - added auto popup on new jobs; don't show jobs with "undefined" info message

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 Feature Request

 by enoop on: Apr 9 2013
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Can you add the option to hide the box that will filter notification based on applications?

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 Re: Feature Request

 by lokster on: Apr 16 2013
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Done! Check the latest version.

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 Re: Re: Feature Request

 by enoop on: Apr 18 2013
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Works great, you are fast becoming my favorite person for fixing a minor thing that has bugged me for years.

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 by OlgM on: Apr 9 2013
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In settings UI under 'Popup Position' you have a typo - 'deta[T]ched'.

As for now, I don't see any use to this plasmoid. Changing popup position is implemented in the default notifications plasmoid, you can just drag popup wherever you want. Are you going to add more features?

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 Re: Typo

 by lokster on: Apr 9 2013
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I created this plasmoid for my distribution USU, because I needed notifications with pre-defined popup position detached from the panel.
The default KDE Notifications are not suitable for this, because they use X,Y coordinates to store this setting, and the position is correct only for the current resolution.

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 Re: Re: Typo

 by herrbatka on: Apr 15 2013
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Any chance to make it default in KDE?

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 perfect workaround

 by virgolus on: Apr 13 2013
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I've the same issue with kde 4.10 (I've an external monitor and when I attach it, notification applet stay in the old position instead of stay attached at the right side of screen).
This is arelate bug report.

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 awesome !!

 by snock on: May 1 2013
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You can do the same as the original, which is hidden when there are no notifications?. Very good notification of when you install an application.

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 really awesome

 by sylvainsjc on: Jun 2 2013
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Hope it will be included by default in the next KDE 4.11.

Here a french review : http://linuxadvantage.blogspot.fr/2013/06/usu-notifications-une-alternative-sympa.html

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 archlinux aur package

 by arcanis on: Jan 23 2014
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thank you for your work!
I have uploaded your plasmoid into Archlinux AUR. Direct link is

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