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Colibri

   0.3.0  

KDE Improvement

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Colibri
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3716
Submitted:  Dec 15 2009
Updated:  May 15 2013

Description:

What is it?
Colibri provides an alternative to KDE4 Plasma notifications.

Colibri notifications look lighter and are completely passive: they do not provide any buttons. You may or may not like this.

Since they are completely passive, they smoothly fade away when you mouse over them, allowing you to interact with any window behind them.

They also do not stack each others: if multiple notifications happen, they will be shown one at a time.

Dependencies

You need kdelibs >= 4.4.

Setup
Colibri can be configured from its System Settings module.
If you need help follow the setup howto at http://gitorious.org/colibri/pages/SetupHowto.

A bit of history

Passive notifications for Plasma first appeared as "Ayatana notifications", an alternative notification system I implemented in Kubuntu Karmic as part of my work for Canonical.

Ayatana notifications were implemented as a patch against the systemtray applet. Colibri is based on this work, but does not require patching any applet.

Colibri contains code I wrote for Canonical, but it is not a Canonical product.




Changelog:

2013.05.14 - 0.3.0
Fixes
- Bring back drop shadows in KDE SC 4.10
- Use KMessageWidget in KCM
- Remove blank lines between concatenated notifications
- Moved to kde.org git repository

2011.09.25 - 0.2.2
Fixes
- Plug three small mem leaks. Should also fix a rare crasher. (Aurélien Gâteau)

Translations
- Brasilian Portuguese (Caio Romão)
- Slovakian (Slavko)
- Italian (Federico Chiacchiaretta)
- Czech (Pavel Fric)
- Spanish (gejo)

2010.08.06 - 0.2.1
Fixes
- Disable KWin shadows.
- Quit if we can't register as the notification handler.

2010.08.05 - 0.2.0
New features
- When a second notification arrives from the same application, using the same title, append it to the existing notification.
- Notifications use blurred background on KDE 4.5.
- Notifications use a background halo behind text, similar to what Plasma tooltips do since KDE 4.4, as well as the Plasma theme foreground color.
- Implemented support for the replacesId parameter.
- It is now possible to specify the screen where the notifications will appear.
- A "Preview" button has been added to the KCM.
- It is now possible to start Colibri from within the KCM.
- Turkish translation by Ozan Çağlayan.
- German translation by Michael Gangolf.
- Serbian translation for desktop file by Mladen Pejaković.

Fixes
- KCM is now translatable.
- The KCM has moved (again!) to the notification group.
- Use an autostart file to start Colibri instead of relying on the DBus service
system. This solves file conflict problems with other notification systems and
ensures Colibri is started when the first KDE notification is sent.
- Fixed linking with gold.

2010.02.16 - 0.1.1
- Moved the KCM to the Desktop category.
- Emit the NotificationClosed() signal when a notification is closed. This fixes double notifications from Banshee.
- Implement the CloseNotification() method.

2009.12.15 - 0.1.0
- First release.




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 Notifications without confirm

 
 by Murz on: Oct 14 2010
 
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When I activate Colibri, it show all notifications - that don't need any actions and that wait the action.

How I can split this - show via Colibri only notifications that don't have buttons and don't need the action? For example, Kopete notifications have buttons "View" and "Ignore" and I want that this messages stay at the desktop until I click on it, but other (Amarok next track title, etc) - show via colibri and hides automatically.
How I can do this?


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 Re: Notifications without confirm

 
 by bk12 on: Oct 14 2010
 
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It is not possible to do this. What you can do for Kopete is to use the message-indicator plugin [1] together with the message-indicator Plasma widget [2].

[1]: https://launchpad.net/kopete-message-indicator
[2]: https://launchpad.net/plasma-widget-message-indicator


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 Re: Re: Notifications without confirm

 
 by Murz on: Oct 15 2010
 
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Thanks for idea, I try this. But this problem is not only with kopete, but with some other software (that didn't support by message indicator) too.
Maybe for solve this you can add feature to Colibri for don't autohide messages that have the buttons and wait to user action?


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 Re: Notifications without confirm

 
 by se3n on: May 31 2011
 
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yea this will be cool... notifications about kopete to freeze and not to disapear until you click and if there appear new notification the old will move down or left... o lot of dreams and ideas but i can't write even html :D


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 How to configure it?

 
 by Grindcore on: Oct 24 2010
 
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Hi,

I'm using Kubuntu 10.10 with KDE 4.5.1.

After installing, I have unchecked the “Application notifications” box and started Colibri by typing "colibri" in terminal. It works fine, but I'd like to configure it (for example in which corner the notifications should be shown).

The problem is, that no configuration-entry appears in the "Application and System Notifications" section of the system-settings. Is there a file or something to configure it?


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 Re: How to configure it?

 
 by Grindcore on: Oct 24 2010
 
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...After restarting everything is all right. Now there is a entry in the system-settings. Sorry.


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 Re: Re: How to configure it?

 
 by nerdykid on: Oct 27 2010
 
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yeah you have to run kbuildsycoca4 after installing it (from sources) to get kde to search for new components.


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 Ubuntu Natty amd64 package

 
 by Grindcore on: May 16 2011
 
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I've made a package for Ubuntu Natty amd64. I hope it works all right. It's my first package.
http://www.mediafire.com/?8dw0v7i8rp9foq2


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 Re: Ubuntu Natty amd64 package

 
 by Schiwi on: May 16 2011
 
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Nice, but Colibri is in the repos since lucid ;)


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 Re: Re: Ubuntu Natty amd64 package

 
 by Grindcore on: May 16 2011
 
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Hm, I guess I should check the repos *before* compiling the stuff myself ^^...
But hey at least I have learned how to create a package via checkinstall.


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 Hide in fullscreen

 
 by 0v1d1u on: May 25 2011
 
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It is possible to make Colibri not beign shown while watching a movie? It's a little bit annoying to see the notification bubble while you're trying to concentrate on the action.


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 Re: Hide in fullscreen

 
 by bk12 on: May 25 2011
 
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Colibri does not have control over this. It is up to the media player to inhibit notifications (kdelibs provides the necessary tools to do so).


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 Re: Re: Hide in fullscreen

 
 by 0v1d1u on: May 25 2011
 
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So there's no posibility - for example - to hide Colibri notifications while watching a movie with SMPlayer? In Ubuntu the notifications were hidden everytime when an application was running in fullscreen mode


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 Re: Re: Re: Hide in fullscreen

 
 by bk12 on: May 25 2011
 
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Interesting. I need to check notify-osd code then.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Hide in fullscreen

 
 by 0v1d1u on: May 25 2011
 
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Thank you for your interest. I really hope to see this improvement in Colibri


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 The icons size...

 
 by se3n on: May 31 2011
 
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Hi i love colibri also love how it works with amarok and kopete but the icons are too small i can't see the album covers and body icons :( i think its 32x32 px i need minimum 64x64 or may be 128 :D is there some way to do this for myself... may be create some configuration file like notify-osd in gnome... i don't know.
Thanks anyway :) :P


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 Not-passive popups?

 
 by acidrums4 on: Sep 25 2011
 
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I've just compiled it. Works quite like a charm. But apart from that ~5Mb in ram, I think Colibri is wonderful. But I don't like passive notifications. When I used Gnome I had notify-osd, and I never could make it display non-passive notifications. Is any way to do that with Colibri? Thank you so much for developing it!


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 Re: Not-passive popups?

 
 by acidrums4 on: Sep 25 2011
 
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Oh, I didn't mean "passive notifications" but "non-stack notifications". I want they stack.


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 Re: Re: Not-passive popups?

 
 by bk12 on: Sep 29 2011
 
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No, right now it is not possible to stack notifications. If an application sends multiple notifications in rapid succession, the notification texts will be merged together though.


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