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yakueror (yakuake konqueror)

  

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yakueror (yakuake konqueror)
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Submitted:  Mar 19 2006

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konqueror is a very often used application, and yakuake is an extremely comfortable way of accessing things.
i thought combining the two could make a lovely improvement to the usability of kde.

in the screenshots, a version with white and a transparent background. sorry for the colours of the icons in the 2nd screenshot, i hope you get the idea anyway :)




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 Question

 
 by Fri13 on: Mar 19 2006
 
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Just asking that is that file | home | tabs (like nautilus on gnome) a mockup or does KDE has that kind thing to konqueror?


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 Re: Question

 
 by caminoix on: Mar 19 2006
 
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well, both actually.
you can download it at http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=33225, and i would certainly like it to be included in the standard version of konqueror.


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 Check yakuake home

 
 by nadim on: Mar 19 2006
 
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What you describe is exactly what yakuake author said he'd be working on, except that it would be for any application not only konqueror. There was an archive of an irc discussion about that very subject (sorry no link).

I'd like to have different short cuts for different directories and maybe have the windows open on different locations. (I sure would have helped today with this enerving merge and it's many directories :)


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 Re: Check yakuake home

 
 by caminoix on: Mar 19 2006
 
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oh, i didn't know that. actually, i can't find it now either but i would be only too happy if they did something like this :)
yakuake is a great, great idea :)


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 other things to add

 
 by euxneks on: Mar 20 2006
 
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Some way to access the console from that drop down would be preferable too.

Also, maybe have an option to send something that you right click on to another tab?

ie. you have two tabs open, but you want to move one file to the next tab. How do you do this? Drag to the tab you want or right click on the file and choose a tab to send to.. =)

Great idea though.. It's unique and we need more unique ideas in Linux.


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 Re: other things to add

 
 by caminoix on: Mar 20 2006
 
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well, i bascially thought it would work just like the standard konqueror does, ie. there are ctrl-shift-t, and -l available.
do you think a separate screenshot is needed for this?


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 do it yourself

 
 by nnn on: Mar 26 2006
 
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I'm sure you can do it with basic kde3 : with a litte dcop, shell scripts and the "window specific parameters" (I don't know the right name in English)


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 sidebar

 
 by nemti on: Aug 7 2006
 
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i'd also like to see the ability to plug apps/applets into sidebars with the option of auto-hide or being up permanantly (similar to google desktop sidebar)


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