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Daisy

   corolla 0.0.4.26  

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Homepage:  http://cdlszm.org/
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  68032
Submitted:  Apr 2 2009
Updated:  Jul 14 2012

Description:

"Daisy" is a simple application launcher for Plasma.

Presentation video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSZeDrhQxUU




Changelog:

Alpha corolla 0.0.4:

0.0.4.26 (14.Jul.2012)
- Dolphin is now used in trash plugin;
- Now using Taskmanager library for compatibility with KDE 4.8;
- Thumbnails are now clickable.


0.0.4.25 (11.Nov.2010)
- Added support for VLC in "Media controller" role.


0.0.4.24 (10.Nov.2010)
- Fixed bug that could cause the applet to crash in certain circumstances (patched by pierre.parent|at|insa-rouen.fr);
- Dolphin is now used as default application for the file manager launcher;
- Updated Italian translation.


0.0.4.23 (29.Jun.2010)
- Moved project page to dedicated host;
- Removed some backgrounds;
- Added Greek language translation done by Alexander Kaltsas;
- Added Turkish language translation done by Anıl Özbek;
- Added Russian language translation done by Dmitry Pisklov;
- Fixed issue with TaskManager lib that would affect compilation (thanks bram85);
- Multiple bugfixes.


0.0.4.22 (11.Fev.2010)
- Small bugfix to work properly with KDE 4.4.



For the complete list of changes please visit: http://cdlszm.org/




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 kill starting apps

 
 by gkrnours on: Oct 8 2009
 
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Could it be possible to add the ability to kill docked app which are just starting, just like in Mac OS X ?

Some app take a while to start, and when starting by accident, it's a pain to have to wait to kick them. Thank.


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 Re: kill starting apps

 
 by Lechio on: Oct 21 2009
 
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Will have a look into it, if it's possible to do, it will be implemented.

Regards.


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 Re: Re: kill starting apps

 
 by gkrnours on: Oct 21 2009
 
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Maybe that could be done by storing the app's pid, and use it to kill the app ?


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 Re: Re: Re: kill starting apps

 
 by Lechio on: Oct 26 2009
 
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Should be possible. There's an option to kill a startup. Startups have to show on taskbar plugin first, this should be available for next release.

Regards.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: kill starting apps

 
 by gkrnours on: Oct 26 2009
 
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Thank you a lot ^_^


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 starting more than one dolphin

 
 by janet on: Oct 9 2009
 
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How can I start more than one dolphin instance via daisy?

The first time I click the home icon dolphin opens. The second time it gets minimized. Because dolphin's window cannot be tiled endlessly like konqueror's I often need a lot of dolphin windows and it is somewhat natural for me to click on the starter to open another instance. It doesn't even work when I'm on another desktop, daisy then brings me back to the desktop with the already open dolphin window.

This approach works for other applications where you only need one window, but dolphin is a kind of special case. Maybe you have an idea?


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 Re: starting more than one dolphin

 
 by janet on: Oct 9 2009
 
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I have found the "New Instance" entry in the context menu. Maybe it would be more obvious when it would be at the top of the RMB menu? Really cool would be if a middle mouseclick on a starter starts the application too (in addition to left click) and when one application window already is open a middle click opens a new instance instead.


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 Re: Re: starting more than one dolphin

 
 by Lechio on: Oct 21 2009
 
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Middle mouse click on launcher behavior will be configurable for next release, allowing to shade a task or start a new application instance. Thank you for suggesting this. :)


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 Re: Re: starting more than one dolphin

 
 by Lechio on: Oct 26 2009
 
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Option now added. Thanks again for contributing.

Regards.


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 OOo starter acts different?

 
 by janet on: Oct 9 2009
 
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When I click on a starter and the application is already active the application windows gets minimized. When I have several application windows they are shown as a drawer. Both actions do not work with OpenOffice.org (starter calls ooffice), a second click doesn't minimize. And I'd expect that there would be drawers when I have a calc window and a writer window (or several writer windows etc.). Is it possible to make OOo behave like the other starters?


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 Re: OOo starter acts different?

 
 by fixu on: Oct 12 2009
 
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have a look at the knowledge base.

the question about the activity indicators maybe is the solution for your problem.


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 Re: Re: OOo starter acts different?

 
 by janet on: Oct 13 2009
 
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I cannot find anything about "activity indicators" in the knowledge base.

I tried playing with the "Alias" but the OOo components have different aliases, some "VCLSalFrame" (Writer) and some "VCLSalFrame.DocumentWindow" (Calc, Impress, Draw, Workspace). I can only control Writer via a Daisy launcher with "VCLSalFrame"-alias or Calc with "VCLSalFrame.DocumentWindow"-Alias. And even for Impress, Calc and Draw which have the same alias, there's no drawer generated.


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 Re: Re: Re: OOo starter acts different?

 
 by Lechio on: Oct 21 2009
 
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OpenOffice.org components have different alias (WindowClass), this is related to how the application was developed.
The alias for draw and calc are "VCLSalFrame.DocumentWindow" and for impress it's "VCLSalFrame". There's no way of controlling all of OpenOffice.org windows with a single launcher, due to the approach used to identify OpenOffice.org windows. KDE applications follow standards and will work with Daisy without any issue.

Regards.


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 Single clickin'

 
 by gimpel on: Oct 15 2009
 
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Hello!

First thanks for this loong awaited plasma goodie. Looks promising and immediately replaced cairo-dock here.

Is there any way to make it react on single clicks instead of double? Took me 5min to figure out that i need to click twice for something to happen. Sorry if this has been asked before.

Thanks.


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 Re: Single clickin'

 
 by Lechio on: Oct 21 2009
 
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Hi

Daisy works with single clicks, not double clicks. Something might be wrong with your build. Could you provide some details about your system? Distro, KDE and QT version, and what was the method used to install Daisy.

Regards.


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 Re: Re: Single clickin'

 
 by gimpel on: Oct 21 2009
 
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Hi!

I'm running KDE 4.3svn from last week with qt-4.6beta, amd64, on Gentoo.

systemsettings -> Mouse -> single click to open folders is active.

Thanks a lot for support!


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 Re: Re: Re: Single clickin'

 
 by prasadae on: Nov 17 2009
 
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Humm interesting. Daisy was fine with KDE 4.3 and Qt 4.5.
I recently upgraded to Qt 4.6 with the SVN snapshots of KDE 4.4 from opensuse's build service. Suddenly, "double click" has replaced "single click".

Do you know what could be wrong? I can gather debug data for you (Just tell me what to do).


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Single clickin'

 
 by Lechio on: Nov 18 2009
 
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Hi prasadae,

Something probably changed, maybe the signal that is emitted when an icon is clicked or something else. This will have to be fixed, if you can help in testing it would be appreciated.

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Lechio


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Single clickin'

 
 by prasadae on: Nov 24 2009
 
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Yes, you are right. I get the message that some signal is deprecated. I will get home and get you the exact signal's name.


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 good work, but...

 
 by giucam on: Oct 23 2009
 
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This is really a good applet, but in my opinion you' ve taken the wrong approach. you had to make a containment rather than an applet, so this could embed other applets inside it, like simply kickoff, that now you work-arounded with dolphin and applications:/, or stask instead of developing a new task manager plugin


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 Re: good work, but...

 
 by giucam on: Oct 23 2009
 
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p.s. i'm talking about the linear dock mode.


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 Re: Re: good work, but...

 
 by Lechio on: Oct 26 2009
 
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That's true. Daisy should had been a real container from the start. But I've had some issue with that approach, when adding plugins to the dock.
It's true that it would be nice to be able to add an applet like STasks, but I believe that a task manager is an important part of a dock, for that reason this has to be included in Daisy.
I'll keep developing it the way it is now, but it might undergo a redefinition and a complete re-write. I'll have to peek in your Containment, if that's OK with you. ;)

Regards, and thank you for the comment.
Nice work on Device Manager by the way.


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 Re: Re: Re: good work, but...

 
 by giucam on: Oct 26 2009
 
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my containment? do you mean the container applet you can find here on kde-look? if it is that be careful that it is a bit an hack, so it's not sure it will always work.
anyway, obviously it's ok for me ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: good work, but...

 
 by Lechio on: Nov 18 2009
 
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If you look at Daisy's code you'll notice that we are not afraid of hacks. ;)


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 space between icons

 
 by kerimsel on: Oct 24 2009
 
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i made some icons for Pardus Linux, and i used daisy, but i have a problem.

http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/9339/70328580.png

spacy setting of daisy=0 , but there are some space between icons.

i want there are no space between icons. look like: http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/5494/prtorotif.png

is it posible?


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 Re: space between icons

 
 by Lechio on: Oct 26 2009
 
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Possible. This option is now included in the latest version. Thank you for suggesting this.
Nice icons by the way. Are those currently available to download?

Regards, and thanks again for contributing.


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 Re: Re: space between icons

 
 by kerimsel on: Oct 26 2009
 
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Thanks a lot.
i can't finish all icons, but when i finished, i will share.
Thank you for your interest


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