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Redshift Plasmoid

   1.0  

Plasmoid Binary

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Redshift Plasmoid
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Redshift Plasmoid
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Redshift Plasmoid
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Homepage:  Link
Version Control:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  5675
Submitted:  Feb 6 2012
Updated:  Jul 23 2014

Description:

Redshift plasmoid provides a configuration interface and allows to start/stop Redshift daemon either manually or automatically based on the current activity.


Important note
After install, reboot or run redshiftautostart manually to start using the plasmoid.


Issue & Feature Request
Any issue or feature request can be posted to this github page:
https://github.com/simgunz/redshift-plasmoid/issues


More Info
- Redshift: http://jonls.dk/redshift/




Changelog:

1.0
Improve plasmoid status behavior
Add global shortcut to toggle redshift on/off
Add Czech translation (thanks to Pavel Fric)
Add Spanish translation (thanks to ThecaTTony)
Add doxygen comments and documentation
Code cleaning

0.6.2
Minor translation fixes

0.6.1
Add trayicon status passive when not in manual mode
Update readme with Qt5 build error solution
Fix entry name error

0.6
Add osd for manual mode
Add German translation (thanks to Matthias Mailänder)
Fix cmake dependecies
Fix KCFG translation context
Add missing icons

0.5.2
Add missing icons

0.5.1
Add French translation (thanks to Pierre Buard)

0.5
Add Italian translation
Add translation support
Fix tooltips
Add manual mode, to let change the color temperature manually

0.4.4
Add brightness adjustment (thanks to Patryk Stępień)

0.4.3
Remove legacy python plasmoid (moved to another repo in github)
Fix tooltips
Add TODO, Fix license
Add *buntu dependencies in README


0.4.2
Add option to choose color adjustment method
Fix spinboxes padding

0.4.1
Partially solved autostart issue
Add reboot action on applet contextual menu to let manually resolve autostart problem

0.4
Completely rewritten in C++
Activities support added
Many bug fixes

0.3.2
Improve tooltip
Fix bug: Screen reset to default color when the plasmoid is destroyed

0.3.1
Fix bug: Configuration file is now ignored

0.3
Add tooltip
Add notification in case of multiple instance of Redshift running
Change process management
Drop support for xflux
Change icon
Port config dialog to KConfigXT
Simplify config dialog
Change config dialog to match KDE Human Interface Guideline




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 Great!

 
 by Mogger on: Feb 7 2012
 
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I just tried it out and it seems to work perfect! In particular the process management is very reliable. Thanks for your awesome work!

Some suggestions:

1. Bug: (Same with the F.lux / Redshift plasmoid.) If you have a config file (~/.config/redshift.conf), Redshift will fail to launch (too many arguments). Would be nice if the plasmoid could detect if there's such a file.

2. Suggestion: The tooltip isn't very useful at the moment, maybe you could make the icon and text indicate the status of Redshift.

3. Suggestion: As I suggested on the other Redshift plasmoid's page - activity support! If the plasmoid could disable Redshift for some activities - e.g. Movies, Presentation, Image Manipulation - and resume it when you switch back, it would greatly enhance Redshift.


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 Re: Great!

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 7 2012
 
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I chose not read the config file because if you have a plasmoid that can let you configure redshift and can store the configuration, why do you need to create a config file by hand? If you think that this feature is really important I can implement it, but I think that for the average user is unuseful.

I can improve the tooltip. Now it's primary function is to let the user know how to use the plasmoid. Suggest me what can I write in it.

I'm already thinking about activities management, because I red your post in the other page, but I need to figure out a good way to implement it. The point is that it's not a good practice to hardcode the names of the activities in the plasmoid, like "Movie", "Presenation" since in different languages they can assume different names. So I need to add a configuration option to select the activities where redshift should be turned off. I can add a new tab where it is possible to choose the activities of interest, but this make the configuration dialog complex. Any idea?


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 Re: Re: Great!

 
 by Mogger on: Feb 7 2012
 
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Well, as for now the plasmoid fails to work if you have a config file. Maybe you can use the -c argument to make Redshift ignore ~/.config/redshift.config?

Tooltip: the icon should be the same as the plasmoid (i.e. also reflect the current state) and the text could be something like

"Redshift
Click to toggle it off"

if Redshift is active, and "... toggle it on" otherwise.

For activities support, I think a new section in the configuration dialog is a good idea. I imagine it similar to the one for system tray (right click on system tray -> System Tray Settings -> Entries). However, it should list all your activities instead, and makes it possible to use special settings:

No special settings - follow the "global" settings.
Always on - Redshift is always activated when switching to this activity (you can of course toggle it off as usual). When switching back to a "No special settings" activity, Redshift returns to its previous "global" state.
Always off - Same as always on but deactivated instead.

Not sure about the wording, "Always" can be confusing, so maybe it could be something like "Activate" and "Deactivate" instead.


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 Re: Re: Re: Great!

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 7 2012
 
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If I use the -c option I must specifiy a new configuration file, but there is no other specification file, since all the parameters are setted inside the plasmoid. A solution can be to rename redshift.conf -> redshift.conf.bak and notify the user about it.
What do you think about it?

That's a good idea for the activities. The problem is implementing it, infact it needs that the configuration dialog get the list of the activities from the system and load them, but this is impossible to do with kconfigxt and python. So there are two alternatives: rewrite the plasmoid in C++ or use the old way for the creation of the configuration dialog. I'll try to implement it.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Great!

 
 by Mogger on: Feb 7 2012
 
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Moving the config file works as well. I just tried to pass -c an empty file and it seems to work (e.g. redshift -c /dev/null -l 10:10 -v; not sure /dev/null is a smart idea though :), this solution feels "cleaner" to me since it doesn't affect the user's current configuration.

Too bad about the activities, kconfigxt and python thing. I like the script plasmoid because it's easy to install (says me who's only made a very simple binary plasmoid :D); thanks for looking into adding activity support!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Great!

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 8 2012
 
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The option -c /dev/null seems to work. I'll implement it.


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 Re: Re: Re: Great!

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 12 2012
 
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The tooltip cannot be changed as you suggest because python plasmoid does not support this feature. The function toolTipAboutToShow is not called, because this is not implemented in KPythonPluginFactory.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Great!

 
 by Mogger on: Feb 13 2012
 
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OK, not a big deal. :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Great!

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 13 2012
 
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Actually I find the way to adjust the tooltip.


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 Re: Great!

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 7 2012
 
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A workaround you can use to use redshift with activities now is this: put the plasmoid on the desktop, then switch to the movie activity and stop the activity where you putted redshift on the desktop. This will stop redshift. It's not that comfortable and the drawback is that you can't put the plasmoid on the panel, but maybe someone can find it useful.


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 Help installing

 
 by musonio on: Feb 8 2012
 
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I am sorry about my ignorance,
but I get the following error in Kubuntu:
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$ plasmapkg -i 148737-redshift-0.3.plasmoid
plasmapkg(3763)/libplasma Plasma::PackageStructurePrivate::createPackageMetadata: No metadata file in the package, expected it at: "/tmp/kde-darwin/plasmapkgYdBwM0//metadata.desktop"
plasmapkg(3763)/libplasma Plasma::Package::installPackage: "/home/darwin/.kde/share/apps/plasma/plasmoids//redshift" already exists
Falló la instalación de /mnt/sdc2/HOME/DARWIN/New/148737-redshift-0.3.plasmoid.

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Any help?


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 Re: Help installing

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 9 2012
 
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Try this:
Extract the plasmoid manually. From inside the directory just extracted do:
plasmapkg -i .

Let me know if it works.
Probably is the structure of the plasmoid that is wrong, I'll update soon.


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 Re: Re: Help installing

 
 by musonio on: Feb 9 2012
 
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darwin@darwin-G31M-ES2C:/mnt/sdc2/HOME/DARWIN/New/redshift-plasmoid$ plasmapkg -i .
plasmapkg(3115)/libplasma Plasma::Package::installPackage: "/home/darwin/.kde/share/apps/plasma/plasmoids//redshift" already exists
Falló la instalación de /mnt/sdc2/HOME/DARWIN/New/redshift-plasmoid.



darwin@darwin-G31M-ES2C:/mnt/sdc2/HOME/DARWIN/New/redshift-plasmoid$ cd contents/
darwin@darwin-G31M-ES2C:/mnt/sdc2/HOME/DARWIN/New/redshift-plasmoid/contents$ plasmapkg -i .
plasmapkg(3121)/libplasma Plasma::PackageStructurePrivate::createPackageMetadata: No metadata file in the package, expected it at: "/mnt/sdc2/HOME/DARWIN/New/redshift-plasmoid/contents//metadata.desktop"
plasmapkg(3121)/libplasma Plasma::Package::installPackage: No metadata file in package "/mnt/sdc2/HOME/DARWIN/New/redshift-plasmoid/contents" "/mnt/sdc2/HOME/DARWIN/New/redshift-plasmoid/contents/metadata.desktop"
Falló la instalación de /mnt/sdc2/HOME/DARWIN/New/redshift-plasmoid/contents.


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 Re: Re: Re: Help installing

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 10 2012
 
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It seems that the plasmoid is already installed.
Do this:

plasmapkg -r redshift

After that plasmapkg -i . from inside the folder contained in the zip.

(Actually you can do in one command with plasmapkg -u . but it does not work sometimes)

I'll upload a new version of the plasmoid soon with the right folders structure.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Help installing

 
 by musonio on: Feb 10 2012
 
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Damn!
It seems that the first time it had actually worked. I thought that the error messages were actually mistaken.
It works great!!!.
The only problem is what ls960 informed below, i.e., no icon.
I do have redshift and gtk-redshift installed and the icons inplace, but still I get a blank square in the plasmoid.


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 works nicely..

 
 by ls960 on: Feb 8 2012
 
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... but has no icon in kubuntu 11.10 kde 4.8.0


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 Re: works nicely..

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 9 2012
 
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Just to be sure: have you installed redshift in addition to the plasmoid?

Are there inside this directory:
/usr/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps/
two icons called: redshift-status-on and redshift-status-off?
If not, there are some icons with redshift in their name?
How they are called?


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 Re: Re: works nicely..

 
 by ls960 on: Feb 9 2012
 
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Hi, I installed redshift before plasmoid: I have no *redshift* icons.


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 Re: Re: Re: works nicely..

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 10 2012
 
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Probably you need to install also gtk-redshift package, if this work let me know. In that case I'll include the icons in the plasmoid so that the gtk-redshift will not be necessary.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: works nicely..

 
 by ls960 on: Feb 10 2012
 
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installed gtk-redshift, uninstalled/reinstalled plasmoid: now right icons are in right folder, but plasmoid has as usual the big-question-mark one .. :(


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: works nicely..

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 11 2012
 
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I can't figure out what is the problem. I'll install Kubuntu in a VM to test this, but I don't have much time in these days. So you need to be patient.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: works nicely..

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 12 2012
 
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I tried to install the plasmoid on kubuntu. It shows the icon correctly if the plasmoid is placed on the desktop, but the problem come when the plasmoid is placed on the panel. Even the network widget's icon is missing. This seems to be a kubuntu problem, because on other distro everything work. I really can't undersand where the problem comes from.
Try:
rm -r /var/tmp/kdecache-YOURUSER
kbuildsycoca4

After this I can see the icon when redshift is on, but no when is off.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: works nicely..

 
 by ls960 on: Feb 13 2012
 
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Ok, now I got the same result. (but I have no problems with other plasmoid's icons like networkmanager)

Grazie! :)



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 Re: Re: works nicely..

 
 by wolftune on: Jan 8 2013
 
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I installed the latest 0.51 version after installing redshift through apt and I have the icon issue again. I did not install redshift-gtk.

In the icons folder all I have is /usr/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps/redshift-status-manual.svgz

I took the 3 icons from my old computer redshift-status-on.svg redshift-status-off.svg and redshift.svg and copied them to my new isntall. I'll see if that does it.


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 Re: Re: works nicely..

 
 by wolftune on: Jan 8 2013
 
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Hi, I installed a new system with redshift and then compiled the latest 0.51 version of the plasma widget. I had the icon problem.

All I had was file:///usr/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps/redshift-status-manual.svgz

I moved the icons from my old system into the new one and now it works. But you should know that this didn't work right automatically.


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 Re: Re: works nicely..

 
 by wolftune on: Jan 8 2013
 
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Hi, I installed a new system with redshift and then compiled the latest 0.51 version of the plasma widget. The instructions didn't tell me that I needed to install g++ but once I did that it worked. But then I had the icon problem.

All I had was file:///usr/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps/redshift-status-manual.svgz

I moved the icons from my old system into the new one and now it works, everything is great! But you should know that this didn't work right automatically.


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 Problem

 
 by t3ddy on: Feb 16 2012
 
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Using pidstat -C "redshift" -l
I get: /usr/bin/redshift -c /dev/null -l 0.0 0.0 -t 6300 5000 -g 1.00 1.00 1.00
and as you can see latitude and longitude are not set.
My longitude and latitude are 44.6 and 10.9, the plasmoid always change them to 41.9 and 12.5. I can't understand why.


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 Re: Problem

 
 by Hookahey on: Feb 20 2012
 
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Same problem here. It seems to be the KConfig backend. The values written are not saved to it as a "self.config().group("General").entryMap()" reveals, after the config values have been changed.

Quote:
My longitude and latitude are 44.6 and 10.9, the plasmoid always change them to 41.9 and 12.5. I can't understand why.

This happens because when the values are not in the config they are retrieved by the current system time zone.

Quote:
Using pidstat -C "redshift" -l
I get: /usr/bin/redshift -c /dev/null -l 0.0 0.0 -t 6300 5000 -g 1.00 1.00 1.00
and as you can see latitude and longitude are not set.

Nevertheless, when the plasmoid retrieves the values to start redshift it uses the default return value of "0" if the config is empty with the field, so there comes the commandline arguments of "0" from.
Unfortunately did not have time to dig deeper about what causes this bug. I tried to delete the config cache and use kbuildsycoca and restart plasma but no relief so far. If not everyone has the same problems then it might be something about the KDE/Distro version. In my case it is Kubuntu 11.10 with KDE 4.8.

Bye
Hookahey


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 Re: Re: Problem

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 21 2012
 
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I have the problem,too. I've done some testing, but I can't understand where the problem come from. Programming for plasma is like doing reverse engineering!
Here are some considerations, maybe someone can give me some ideas.

PLASMOIDVIEWER

Plasmoidviewer mechanism:
When you start plasmoidviewer it copies the config values from plasmoidviewerrc to plasmoidviewer-appletsrc (all these values are overwritten).
While plasmoidviewer is running it stores the config values to plasmoidviewer-appletsrc.
When you close plasmoidviewer, it copies the config values from plasmoidviewer-appletsrc to plasmoidviewerrc.

When you load the applet with plasmoidviewer:
init() is called
configChanged() is called from init() but no config values are present
Plasmoidviewer copies the config values from plasmoidviewer-appletsrc to plasmoidviewerrc.
configChanged() is called and the config values are available

Because of this mechanism the autostart feature of redshift-plasmoid can't be tested with plasmoidviewer, but needs to be tested in plasma. Moreover the applet sets the default value of latitude and longitude everytime it is launched.

Problem (plasmoidviewer): Lost of some config values
The first time I call plasmoidviewer:
main.py set the value of latitude and longitude using writeEntry() and they are written to plasmoidviewer-appletsrc.
I edit the value of dayTemp through the configuration interface and this value is written to plasmoidviewer-appletsrc.
When I close the plasmoidviewer, only the values written with writeEntry from inside main.py are copied to plasmoidviewerrc.

Second time I run plasmoidviewer:
The config values are copied from plasmoidviewerrc to plasmoidviewer-appletsrc, so the value of dayTemp is lost.


PLASMA

When you load the applet with plasma the first time:
init() is called
configChanged() is called from init() but no config values are present
Default values of latitude and longitude are setted

Next times the applet is loaded:
init() is called
configChanged() is called from init() and get the config values

Problem (plasma):
main.py and the config dialog write their values to the same group of plasma-desktop-appletsrc, but only the values written with writEntry() from inside main.py can be read by main.py (instead the config thialog can see all the values). The other values are invisible to main.py.


Problem (for plasmoidviewer and plasma): Default values override real values
In configChanged I read the values stored:
print cfgGeneral.readEntry('latitude',5).toFloat()[0] > Result = 5
print cfgGeneral.readEntry('latitude').toFloat() > Result = (41.900001525878906, True)

But if a pair key/value is not present in the config fail the second line of code fails.


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 Re: Re: Re: Problem

 
 by t3ddy on: Feb 24 2012
 
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C++ version seems to be ok.
It works fine here :)


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 Re: Re: Problem

 
 by simgunz on: Feb 21 2012
 
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I have the problem,too. I've done some testing, but I can't understand where the problem come from. Programming for plasma is like doing reverse engineering!
Here are some considerations, maybe someone can give me some ideas.

PLASMOIDVIEWER

Plasmoidviewer mechanism:
When you start plasmoidviewer it copies the config values from plasmoidviewerrc to plasmoidviewer-appletsrc (all these values are overwritten).
While plasmoidviewer is running it stores the config values to plasmoidviewer-appletsrc.
When you close plasmoidviewer, it copies the config values from plasmoidviewer-appletsrc to plasmoidviewerrc.

When you load the applet with plasmoidviewer:
init() is called
configChanged() is called from init() but no config values are present
Plasmoidviewer copies the config values from plasmoidviewer-appletsrc to plasmoidviewerrc.
configChanged() is called and the config values are available

Because of this mechanism the autostart feature of redshift-plasmoid can't be tested with plasmoidviewer, but needs to be tested in plasma. Moreover the applet sets the default value of latitude and longitude everytime it is launched.

Problem (plasmoidviewer): Lost of some config values
The first time I call plasmoidviewer:
main.py set the value of latitude and longitude using writeEntry() and they are written to plasmoidviewer-appletsrc.
I edit the value of dayTemp through the configuration interface and this value is written to plasmoidviewer-appletsrc.
When I close the plasmoidviewer, only the values written with writeEntry from inside main.py are copied to plasmoidviewerrc.

Second time I run plasmoidviewer:
The config values are copied from plasmoidviewerrc to plasmoidviewer-appletsrc, so the value of dayTemp is lost.


PLASMA

When you load the applet with plasma the first time:
init() is called
configChanged() is called from init() but no config values are present
Default values of latitude and longitude are setted

Next times the applet is loaded:
init() is called
configChanged() is called from init() and get the config values

Problem (plasma):
main.py and the config dialog write their values to the same group of plasma-desktop-appletsrc, but only the values written with writEntry() from inside main.py can be read by main.py (instead the config thialog can see all the values). The other values are invisible to main.py.


Problem (for plasmoidviewer and plasma): Default values override real values
In configChanged I read the values stored:
print cfgGeneral.readEntry('latitude',5).toFloat()[0] > Result = 5
print cfgGeneral.readEntry('latitude').toFloat() > Result = (41.900001525878906, True)

But if a pair key/value is not present in the config fail the second line of code fails.


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 Autolaunch

 
 by t3ddy on: Jun 4 2012
 
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I've got the impression that it doesn't really autostart.
The icon is correct, but desktop's colors are not adjusted.


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 Re: Autolaunch

 
 by Mogger on: Jun 4 2012
 
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There's an Autolaunch checkbox in settings, have you checked it? It works for me.


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 Re: Re: Autolaunch

 
 by t3ddy on: Jun 5 2012
 
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Yes it's checked


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 Re: Re: Re: Autolaunch

 
 by simgunz on: Jun 5 2012
 
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I expected this kind of problem actually. I'll try to find a workaround. Here you can find an explanation.

https://github.com/simgunz/redshift-plasmoid/issues/1


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 Nice update

 
 by Mogger on: Jun 4 2012
 
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Nice update, the activities support is flawless and works really well. Thanks for your work!


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