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Magic Folder

   1.2.2  

Plasmoid Script

Score 91%
Magic Folder
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Magic Folder
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Minimum required   PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  4035
Submitted:  Mar 2 2009
Updated:  Jul 23 2010

Description:

A widget that sorts files dropped onto it into the users personal file system, following custom made rules.




Changelog:

1.2.3
  • ADDED: Label underneath the icon
  • FIXED: The configuration wasn't always saved


  • 1.2.2
  • FIXED: Simple Wildcards weren't working


  • 1.2.1
  • CHANGED: Background is now transparent
  • ADDED: i18n support for 4.2.0 to 4.2.80 (4.2.90+ got native support)
  • ADDED: German translation (100%)
  • ADDED: Polish translation (80%)


  • 1.2.0
  • ADDED: Preset filters for video, image, audio and text files
  • FIXED: Scripts got files with protocol prefix, even with local files
  • ADDED: "Copy Only"-function


  • 1.1.1
  • ADDED: Filter Import/Export
  • ADDED: Checkbox and Info-Button for Script Support
  • CHANGED: Files get filtered and processed in chunks
  • FIXED: Crash occured when opening the config a second time
  • ADDED: Tooltips for buttons


  • 1.1.0
  • ADDED: Icon Customizability
  • CHANGED: Filters get saved outside plasma-appletsrc
  • ADDED: Experimental Script Support
  • FIXED: did case insensitivity ever worked oO ?
  • CHANGED: Buttons on the filter page are now in a toolbar


  • 1.0.2
  • FIXED: loading issue
  • FIXED: config ui didn't recognize case sensitivity setting


  • 1.0.1
  • FIXED: some size and margin issues


  • 1.0.0
  • initial release



  • LicenseGPL
    (Package for plasmapkg/KGHNS)
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     Possible feature

     
     by masacre on: Nov 5 2009
     
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    It would be really great if a magic folder existed so that anything downloaded directly to that folder would be copied ( or moved) with the filters that were already defined.

    Brilliant work, it is one of my favorite plasmoids and keep up the good work.

    PS: sorry for my English


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     Re: Possible feature

     
     by bizzl on: Nov 6 2009
     
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    You something like a daemon watching a certain directory and moves each file saved there according to magic folders rules? That isn't anything I would let a plasmoid do. Maybe a connected configuration (e.g. to configure both the plasmoid and the daemon from both the plasmoids config dialog and a standalone config dialog).


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     Re: Re: Possible feature

     
     by Lukem33p on: Mar 27 2010
     
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    I think that the plasmoid could/should function as a desktop folder link does, and its own directory (maybe called "Unorganized" or "Unclassified" that sits in the Home Folder) for downloads and program exports. That would take out a step or two, and the Magic Folder is meant to do just that. This would take it further. Thank you for the time and effort you put in.


    Proud Linux Convert!
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     Nice little script

     
     by mikeym on: Nov 17 2009
     
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    What a nice little widget! I'd just like to echo the need for a little more documentation on how to use it. (I've found that the regular expressions aren't quite how I'd expect - (.*) doesn't seem to act as a wildcard but that may be something to do with the wildcard setting.)

    A couple of things which I have found useful:

    *.(avi|ogg|wmv|mkv|qt|mov|mpeg|mpg)
    Just picks files with any of these extensions - in this case videos

    trash:/
    as the target moves the selected file type to trash


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     Re: Nice little script

     
     by bizzl on: Nov 17 2009
     
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    > (.*) doesn't seem to act as a
    > wildcard but that may be something
    > to do with the wildcard setting.)
    Do you want .* to mean "All hidden files" or "Any File"? In the later, you have to use * only, or disable simple wildcards.

    > *.(avi|ogg|wmv|mkv|qt|mov|mpeg|mpg)
    > Just picks files with any of these
    > extensions - in this case videos
    What you want is either *.{avi,ogg,wmv,mkv,qt,mov,mpeg,mpg} or *.avi *.ogg *.wmv *.mkv *.qt *.mov *.mpeg *.mpg. Simple Wildcards work just as in sh.

    > trash:/
    > as the target moves the selected file
    > type to trash
    Just type it into the target box, or choose it in the "Select Directory" dialog (and yes, it works, I have tested this one several hundred times ;)


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     Well.....

     
     by mikeym on: Nov 17 2009
     
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    Well except that it has a load of issues with saving the settings. Logged out and logged back in and I only had one entry. Tried exporting them and it would only export the last one on the list. So did them one at a time and put them together. Looked at the default one that I was going to try and save it to and realised that all that was missing was that the first entry said count=1 so changed that to 13 and got them back. I hope it wont loose them again when I restart.


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     Re: Well.....

     
     by bizzl on: Nov 17 2009
     
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    Sorry, I only have a vague idea what could be wrong. Maybe the config isn't saved, as KConfig seem to only save on destruction. Maybe KConfig.sync() will help. I hope to accumulate some more reasons to update within this week, so I can't promise anything before sunday.


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     Re: Re: Well.....

     
     by mikeym on: Nov 17 2009
     
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    I think you misunderstood what I was getting at in my last post. I was trying to post a bit of information on how to use your widget for anyone reading this.

    If it helps you debug, this is the output when I try to export my full list form the config screen (http://www.pastebin.ca/1675415), and this is the config file after I logged out and back in again (http://pastebin.ca/1675425). As you can see all I had to do is change the count=1 to count=13. I've had a look at the code and coulldn't see anything obvious, but don't know python so can't be sure.


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     kde 4.3

     
     by XmaskX on: Jan 12 2010
     
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    im using kde 4.3 and wanted to use your plasmoid but it doesnt add to the plasmoids list, neither i install it over the list nore i put the folder in the plasmoids folder in my home directory.

    any idea?


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     Re: kde 4.3

     
     by bizzl on: Jan 12 2010
     
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    Not really. What distro are you using?
    Have you reopened the Widget Explorer after installation?


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     9.10

     
     by XmaskX on: Jan 12 2010
     
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    using kubuntu 9.10
    yeah did a /etc/init.d/kdm restart


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     Re: 9.10

     
     by bizzl on: Jan 17 2010
     
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    That was a bit much but okay...
    I have no clue what is happening there, it installs fine on both my 4.3.4 and 4.3.90 machines (both running karmic under the hood)
    Maybe removing .kde/share/apps/plasma/plasmoids/magic-folder and .kde/share/kde4/services/plasma-applet-magic-folder.desktop with rm and reinstalling the package via the widget explorer resolves it, but I can't promise it.


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     Re: Re: 9.10

     
     by XmaskX on: Jan 18 2010
     
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    ok i saw that neither the folder nore the .desktop file was created. installing over the gui didnt work. now did it with plasmapkg an this did the trick.
    big thanks for your help! and you made a very helpful plasmoid!


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     A couple requests...

     
     by Lukem33p on: Mar 27 2010
     
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    I like the idea and most of the execution, but I'd love it with a couple additions: one would be an option to put text below the folder (user-customizable or something like "Magic Folder" so that it looks like a normal thunderbird folder, but in green!

    The other thing I'd like is an option for "all else" as a preset. If you could do that, I would be delighted! Your plasmoid is otherwise greatly appreciated.

    A crucial part to any (bad organizer's) desktop! Thank you!

    From,


    a Proud Linux Convert!
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