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Konqueror pathbar


KDE Improvement

Score 74%
Konqueror pathbar

Downloads:  1443
Submitted:  Jan 2 2006


This is a toolbar for Konqueror aiming to add a functionality similar to the one that can be found into the gtk file selector, the filemanager of Solaris CDE and the Windows Vista filemanager.
All the elements of the path are represented by a button so this is very easy to go up into the hierarchy.
the first button switches between the addressbar mode/pathbar mode.


This more a proof of concept, is yet not much usable, in particular:
-some protocols like tar or ftp are not handled correctly
-the choice between pathbar and addressbar is not remembered
-the addressbar still does not have history and autocompletition
-it's available only when konqueror displays an iconview or a listview

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 Excellent idea!

 by rgfree on: Jan 2 2006
Score 50%

This is the only thing
I ever liked about the GTK
file selector. In all other
aspects the KDE selector is
way superior in my opinion.
Outside the file selector
(i.e. in Konqueror like in
your proposal) this is also
very useful.
Did you already file a
WISHLIST-bug in bugs.kde.org??

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 Kool feature mart:)

 by motyR on: Jan 2 2006
Score 50%

i allways like those dialog boxes gimp features.

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 by Ekardnam on: Jan 3 2006
Score 50%

Oh, this is hard. There are some advantages/disadvantages with this feature, can't decide which solution I like most. :/

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 Like it... but...

 by maarizwan on: Jan 3 2006
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The pathbar's is useful but it hinders our ability to type a URL say /tmp which is very annoying.

I would like to see a merging of both good location bar (of kde) + pathbar (of gnome).

I see that on HOVERING on part of KDE's URL should get the PATHBAR button or a animated dropdown entry box which could allow "typing of url"

like: You are here:

now you want to go to DEF folder


now hovering on the ABC should either:
1. popup a button where on RIGHT CLICK we could enter a URL or a dropdown list (like a menu)

2. an area like a tooltip exactly below the ABC to enter DEF...

so combining the features of both worlds will definitely work good :)

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 great :)

 by caminoix on: Jan 3 2006
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same for me, the only thing i'd ever hoped kde would take from gnome.
both thumbs up :)

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 Well =(

 by poisoned on: Jan 3 2006
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It's the 'feature' I hate most about GTK's filechooser.
It won't let you type the path. You don't have autocompletion, which is really useful if you're in a directory with several hundred files and just have to type two characters and choose the right entry from the dropdown, instead of scrolling five minutes until you find the right file.
The FLTK guys did get this one _right_. Have a look at the FL_File_Chooser dialog, it displays a small 'button-bar' above the path, a button for every directory, so you can just click one to go to the level you want ( http://www.fltk.org/doc-1.1/Fl_File_Chooser.jpg ).

Whoa...I did a 'zcat /vmlinuz > /dev/audio' and I think I heard God...
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 Re: Well =(

 by lucher on: Aug 21 2006
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Very true! The hugest argument for FLTK

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