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KDesktop Menu

   0.3  

KDE Improvement

Score 78%
KDesktop Menu
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KDesktop Menu
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KDesktop Menu
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  5664
Submitted:  Apr 3 2005
Updated:  Jul 10 2006

Description:

KDesktop Menu is a replacement menu for use with kicker (KDE). It was inspired
from the Gnome menu applet.... heavily.

Requirements:
- KDE 3.5
- QT 3.3

INSTALL:

./configure
make
su -c "make install"

TODO:

Please read the TODO file for information of planned features as well as my requests for comments on suggested features.

BUGS:

Currently a bug exists when KDeskopMenu is placed horizontally on the bottom of the bar. On first click, the menu pops up at an incorrect position.

If it crashes, configure with --enable-debug=full and then start kicker in konsole.




Changelog:

0.3 - July 09, 2006
ADD: Display the KDM user face icon where the "Switch User" icon is displayed.
ADD: Storage Media expands to show all in media:/ (Filters out hdd/nfs/smb)
(rossoft, kde-look.org)
CHG: Make the Switch User information more human readable.
FIX: Crash bug when trying to edit the menu in certain instances
FIX: Make compile and work with KDE 3.5.X

0.2.1 - June 05, 2005
FIX: Applet crashed on start when the kicker session was brand new.
CHG: Re-created the build system files in hopes of solving the undefined
macros problem

0.2 - May 30, 2005
ADD: Actions and Desktop menu's contents mostly configurable.
ADD: Actions Menu now uses all possible menu extentions.
ADD: KMenu icon can now be disabled.
CHG: Remove need for KInstance in About stuff...
CHG: Reworked the class inheritance to speed up compilation.
FIX: The location of the menubar on a bottom horizontal panel.
FIX: Minor bugs were fixed.
FIX: User Switching wasn't working when 2+ sessions were already started
FIX: Many code clean ups.

0.1.2 - Apr. 03, 2005
FIX: Infinite loop caused if the user has disabled the Side pixmap in
kickerrc. What a typo heh

0.1.1 - Apr. 02, 2005
ADD: More includes and debug statements, looking for the cause of a crash.

0.1 - Apr. 02, 2005
Initial release.




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 Idea

 
 by omega21 on: Jun 5 2005
 
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Why not make it themeable? You could get a longhorn like bar, or the Mac OSX top bar.


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 Re: Idea

 
 by rfujimoto on: Jun 6 2005
 
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I don't know what you mean. Could you please elaborate?


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 Re: Re: Idea

 
 by omega21 on: Jun 6 2005
 
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Well, if you look at this picture:
http://my.reset.jp/~gigazine/LongHorn/LongHorn_03.jpg

you will see what the Windows Longhorn "startbar" looks like. Maybe you could theme your project to look like this.

OR, you could maybe theme it like the Mac OSX top bar:
http://www.aresluna.org/guidebook/pics/gui/desktop/firstrun/macosx103.png

Again, just ideas.
Although I find Linux lacks tools to imitate LongHorn. (IMHO Its quite nice looking!)
Thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: Idea

 
 by rfujimoto on: Jun 6 2005
 
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I understand now, just some preset settings to make the menu have a predefined look.

Hmm, I guess it could be done, but I'm not sure how much of the code would have to be re-written -- styling wasn't even a consideration when I started. I'll add it in the RFC part of my TODO and if I hear lots about it, I'll do it.


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 Compile Errors

 
 by jmiahman on: Jun 5 2005
 
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menu_desktop.cpp:35:33: error: konqbookmarkmanager.h: No such file or directory
menu_desktop.cpp: In member function 'virtual void MenuDesktop::initialize()':
menu_desktop.cpp:177: error: 'KonqBookmarkManager' has not been declared
menu_desktop.cpp:177: error: 'self' was not declared in this scope
make[2]: *** [menu_desktop.lo] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/jeremiah/Desktop/kdesktop_menu-0.2.1/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/jeremiah/Desktop/kdesktop_menu-0.2.1'
make: *** [all] Error 2


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 Re: Compile Errors

 
 by rfujimoto on: Jun 6 2005
 
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What version of kdebase do you have?

It's erroring out because it can't find a library file that's installed from kdebase.


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 Re: Re: Compile Errors

 
 by rubiojr on: Jun 6 2005
 
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Install libkonq4-dev if you are using debian/ubuntu.


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 Sweet!

 
 by tigershark on: Jun 6 2005
 
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Installed on Suse 9.3
Awesome, just like FoxLinux!!!


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 Re: Sweet!

 
 by tigershark on: Jun 6 2005
 
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I guess it looks like Fox because they are using KDesktop Menu with version 0.8.
foxlinux.org


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 coveting...

 
 by elempoimen on: Jun 6 2005
 
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I *SO* want this for KDE 3.3...I'm running Linspire.


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 Icon + Label

 
 by benJIman on: Jun 6 2005
 
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latest svn up of kde I did appears to have the icon + text clickable like this in the standard kde menu

http://bw.uwcs.co.uk/kmenu.png

so it should be possible to get both clickable


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 Re: Icon + Label

 
 by rfujimoto on: Jun 6 2005
 
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That's somewhat misleading. They used a Button that acts like a menu, while I'm using an actual menu.

The problem with the button solution is that there's no such thing as a button group with menus. They act as individual buttons, not as a menu. (see Konqueror's Bookmark Toolbar). This has been fixed in QT4.


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 Resizing

 
 by lucher on: Jun 13 2005
 
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Hey

I have a kicker panel that is larger then "small", eg. "normal".

Then there are two issues:

(1) a bug: When opening a menu, the menu will hide the applet's buttons (I have kicker at the bottom). Only if I reopen the menu, everything will be in place.

(2) Positioning
Could you generally think about what to do with placement on large panels?
Eg: A config option where to place it: Top, Bottom, Center aligned.
Moreover: A saveplace option: On some desktops it makes sense to have all menu items next to each other, but they waste space on smaller resolutions. What about aligning them in two rows then?


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