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Pulse

   0.3.1  

KDE Improvement

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Pulse
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  552
Submitted:  Apr 7 2010
Updated:  Apr 13 2010

Description:

A KWin effect to show new windows like the Plasma "pulse" effect.

It's difficult to capture the effect on screen. Instead, please add a Plasma widget to desktop, then you'll see how the effect looks like when it appears.

INSTALL:
Extract the package first. In the extracted directory, run:
./configure
Then please follow instructions on screen.

If you are updating from an older version of this effect, also run:
kwin --replace&
to restart KWin.




Changelog:

0.3.1 (2010-04-13):
* Bug fix: don't animate combo-box pulldowns.

0.3 (2010-04-13):
* Add a matching "Scale Out" effect.

0.2 (2010-04-08):
* Add a configuration dialog.




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 Good

 
 by stribianese91 on: Apr 8 2010
 
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It's fantastic! You have created a fade-out effect too? ;)


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 Re: Good

 
 by genericity on: Apr 9 2010
 
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There's already a "fade" effect in KDE. So I'll just do a "scale out" effect, still following Plasma.


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 Beautiful.

 
 by sp4rrow on: Apr 9 2010
 
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Nice effect.
Definitely more expressive for appearing items.

One Problem:
The Windows already having an "on-open" effect assigned should be skipped.

For example the "sheet" effects for modal dialogs interferes with this effect.

the already present "Scale-in" effect nicely skips modal dialogs if "sheet" effect is enabled.


~ sp4rrow.
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 Re: Beautiful.

 
 by genericity on: Apr 9 2010
 
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Pulse uses exactly the same conflict-prevention code as ScaleIn. In fact ScaleIn also doesn't skip popups when Sheet is on. If you look really carefully at the Sheet animations with ScaleIn on and off, you'll see the difference.

The problem is not in Pulse or ScaleIn, but in Sheet --- it's missing one line of code. SlidingPopups has this code, so you'll see both Pulse and ScaleIn play nicely with the Plasma sliding popup effect. This is really a bug in KWin's builtin effects. Please report this bug to KDE.


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 Love it!

 
 by adibudeen on: Apr 9 2010
 
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The default setting makes me a little woozy, but when it's turned down to be more subtle, I really enjoy the effect. Great work!


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 Re: Love it!

 
 by genericity on: Apr 11 2010
 
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Could you share your settings? The default settings are copied from the Plasma effect, and I think they do need to be more subtle.


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 Re: Re: Love it!

 
 by adibudeen on: Apr 13 2010
 
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Zoom effect duration 170ms
Pulse effect duration 300ms
Pulse size ration 1.1x

At those settings, it still pulses but isn't so dramatic.


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 ..

 
 by mirzaD on: Apr 12 2010
 
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one of the best effects i have ever seen
congratulations ;)


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 0.3

 
 by sxe on: Apr 13 2010
 
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I like the new "scale out" effect if fits perfectly in the whole effectsetup but i think its better to make an extra package for it cause the "scale in" effect is separated too and in general the two effects shouldn't have any dependency's.

btw, here are my settings i like most. They are not that "in your face" like. ;)

Pule:
Zoom effect duration 250ms
Pulse effect duration 200ms
Pulse size ration 1.1x


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 Install instructions

 
 by brucew on: Apr 13 2010
 
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I think more people would use it if there were some install instructions.

Thank you.


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