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bkodama

   0.3.1  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 83%
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2043
Submitted:  Jun 8 2009
Updated:  Nov 18 2010

Description:

A friendly (yet very simple-minded) Kodama wandering on your desktop




Changelog:

Changes since 0.3
- Make it compile with older Qt version than 4.7 (thx davgarcia)

Changes since 0.2.1
- Fix Volumeslider not immediately enabled/disabled when SoundEnable
is checked or unchecked
- Fix Volumeslider not setting the correct volume
- Added Icon
- Save settings across reboots
- Make it possible to make the kodama twice as big
- Added special hourly event
NOTE: The chance that it will successfully happen is very low
and it might not happen every hour.
- Make time between appearance configurable
NOTE: It is still a random value, you can just raise the maximum.




LicenseGPL
Source(bkodama-0.3.1.tar.bz2)
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 make fails

 
 by luciform on: Nov 18 2010
 
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Got this error on compilation:

/home/luciform/DOWNLOADS/bkodama-0.3/src/bkodama.cpp: In member function ‘void bkodamaapplet::checkSpecialEventTime(int)’:
/home/luciform/DOWNLOADS/bkodama-0.3/src/bkodama.cpp:735: ошибка: ‘class QDateTime’ has no member named ‘msecsTo’

Is this a Qt issue?


Si non confectus non reficiat
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 Re: make fails

 
 by davgarcia on: Nov 18 2010
 
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Hi,

First of all thanks very much for the update!

Unfortunately, I'm also getting the same error others have reported in Ubuntu Lucid:

/home/david/bkodama-0.3/src/bkodama.cpp: In member function ‘void bkodamaapplet::checkSpecialEventTime(int)’:
/home/david/bkodama-0.3/src/bkodama.cpp:735: error: ‘class QDateTime’ has no member named ‘msecsTo’

Any ideas on how to fix it?


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 Re: Re: make fails

 
 by davgarcia on: Nov 18 2010
 
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Hi,

I managed to compile it in Ubuntu Lucid (Qt-4.6) by replacing the call to QDateTime::msecsTo() with something a bit more complex, but it should work.
Maybe someone else can review the new code?

This is the unified diff between the two versions:

--- bkodama-0.3/src/bkodama.cpp 2010-11-13 23:04:54.000000000 +0100
+++ bkodama-0.3.1/src/bkodama.cpp 2010-11-18 09:13:43.882196957 +0100
@@ -732,7 +732,11 @@

if (time.time().hour() != timeTo.time().hour())
{
- qint64 msecsTo = time.msecsTo(QDateTime(timeTo.date(), QTime(timeTo.time().hour(), 0)));
+ qint64 msecsTo = time.time().msecsTo(QTime(timeTo.time().hour(), 0));
+ if (time.date().day() != timeTo.date().day()) {
+ msecsTo += 24 * 60 * 60 * 1000;
+ }
m_animation = SpecialFadeIn;
m_alphaModifier = (float)cTimerFast * 100.0f / (float)cFadeInTime;
m_alpha = 0;

The easiest way to apply the diff is to copy it to a file diff.patch and from the bkodama-0.3 directory run:
cat path-to-diff.patch | patch -p1 -u


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 Re: Re: Re: make fails

 
 by ibuscher on: Nov 18 2010
 
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Uff thx for fixing it, I think I have to release bkodama-0.3.1 today with your fix :)


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 KWin effect?

 
 by Wizzkid on: Nov 20 2010
 
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I like your plasmoid very much. But the kodama is some kind of caught in it's plasmoid frame. Have you thought about to implement it as a KWin effect so that the kodama could wander the whole desktop. Even in front of windows.
Maybe you like my idea.

Bye, Alexander


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 Re: KWin effect?

 
 by ibuscher on: Nov 21 2010
 
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hm.. but if the kodama would walk in front of the windows, woudln't it quickly become one of the most annoying apps?
I mean this would really disrupt your normal workflow, so I rather not let it walk in front of them, the disturbance on the plasma desktop is rather low (or at least I hope so)


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 Re: Re: KWin effect?

 
 by Wizzkid on: Nov 21 2010
 
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I just meant as an option like the snowflake effect has it. So as default the kodama walks in front of all plasmoids but behind all windows. As an option the kodama can walk in front of the windows too. It's just a fun option.


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