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konqueror kompose

  

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Submitted:  Oct 23 2006

Description:

when there are many tabs open in konqueror, it's not very comfortable to find the one you're looking for.

ie7 has a feature which works something like a kompose (expose) for the browser. you just press a button and thumbs of all tabs are shown in one window, and you can easily choose the one you're looking for.

i think it'd be a really nice addition to konqui.




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 redundancy

 
 by jel on: Oct 23 2006
 
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What we need is for konqueror to be able to open new windows fast enough (and with enough memory efficiency) so that there's no need for internal tabs. The normal window alt-tabbing and the task bar, or the normal kompose would be fine then. I definitely wouldn't like to see konqueror getting MORE window management features than tabs though, even though I do find kompose useful sometimes.


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 Re: redundancy

 
 by nardew on: Oct 23 2006
 
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i dont agree with flooding the taskbar with a lot of konqueror windows as i usually have opened more than 5-10 pages...


the best way of Memtest is emerge qt kde-meta
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 Re: Re: redundancy

 
 by jel on: Oct 23 2006
 
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The thing with that is... if you hold firm about the proper way to do things, it helps you solve problems. For example, GNOME avoided C++ at first, for various reasons -- one of them portability, another being speed. KDE decided to go ahead with C++ anyway, because it was the best tool for the job. As a result, we have a better, more object-oriented desktop and API set. But also, work has been done on improving GCC's inefficiencies and portability issues, because people actually used the stuff, and then it needed to be fixed.

So, if there's a problem with the task bar being cluttered, we should just fix the taskbar, not put a whole extra task bar with similar problems into the browser.

Don't get me wrong; I know what you mean about the task bar, and I find konqueror's tabs INCREDIBLY useful. middle-clicking to open everything I want to read in tabs, and then reading and closing each tab until I'm done browsing is a very fast and organisaed way to browse, without losing track of important reading material. BUT, I would rather move that to the desktop, and put up with some inefficiency for a while, until it's really fixed, and then we have an entire desktop, with many apps, which is that efficient to use.


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 Re: Re: Re: redundancy

 
 by ssokolow on: May 29 2007
 
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Good luck getting enough testing to iron the bugs out. That kind of thing happens, and obsessive-compulsives like myself will either stop upgrading, or fork the last version we consider acceptable.

I've written programs from scratch to avoid far less hassle than that.


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 Re: redundancy

 
 by nardew on: Oct 23 2006
 
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but on the other hand you are definitely right that konqueror needs more speed with better memory efficiency at first...


the best way of Memtest is emerge qt kde-meta
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 Re: redundancy

 
 by leinir on: Oct 24 2006
 
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i've always thought that simply, what we need is for kwin to support tabs internally, and for kdelibs to support a way of presenting those tabs directly somewhere in the windows. For example like Konversation 1.0's left side tab list, or like Konqueror's tab bar, or Kate's document list... You get the idea :)


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 yes

 
 by nardew on: Oct 23 2006
 
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i forgot to write that i completly agree with this idea...


the best way of Memtest is emerge qt kde-meta
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 yes we need:-)

 
 by freefred on: Oct 25 2006
 
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I think it's a good idea.

Firefox also has a "kompose" behavior
with the showcase extension, and it's really cool and useful.

bye


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 good idea

 
 by UpsilonH24 on: Oct 27 2006
 
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I think it's a good idea! It'd be cool if it had some XGL fancy effects too.


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 Thinkind about it

 
 by elektroschock on: Oct 28 2006
 
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You can fundamentally ask whether it makes sense to have links at the browser window.

IMHO we need one button which then will revoke the bookmark page and present is within a tab.

One button tab overview/preview

One button bookmarks


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 No close button???

 
 by DrFalken on: Oct 30 2006
 
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In konqueror i miss the close button on each tab, like in firefox + tabMix plus.

But this is a nice idea.


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 Re: No close button?

 
 by Ekardnam on: Nov 5 2006
 
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A little bit off topic, but try this:
http://www.x.se/qva


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