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Konqueror pathbar

   0.0.1  

KDE Improvement

Score 74%
Konqueror pathbar
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Downloads:  1442
Submitted:  Jan 2 2006

Description:

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.




Changelog:

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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 KIO Bug

 
 by twosouls82 on: Jun 11 2006
 
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Hi there,

First of all, I must say I like this idea. :)

Secondly, there is a bug in the toolbar :s
When I enter a tar.gz file the first toolbar button becomes a tar Kio button.

When I use your same toolbar to go back in the path (leaving the tar Kio, to the file Kio) the first button stays a "tar:" button. The "tar:" button has got a click event to change the location "tar:".. which gives an error itself.

But most of all, this is a nice initiative. Keep on the work. ;)


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 meh

 
 by MamiyaOtaru on: Jun 19 2006
 
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If such a bar is used together with a standard address bar, it could be useful I guess. I have to say though, I absolutely hate it in the gtk file selector. There is no (obvious) way to type in the address (useful in such situations where one wants to enter a hidden directory, but doesn't have them displayed, meaning one can't click on it).

The added functionality of being able to navigate upwards through the tree is pretty much already there with the up button though, so it doesn't seem to bring much? True, one might need a few extra clicks to use the up button. Or, one could simply use the file tree.. Anyway, it just wouldn't offset the loss of ability to type in an address, which I do all the time, hidden directories or not.


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 2 Extra buttons?

 
 by lucher on: Aug 21 2006
 
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Better mousesupport would be great. I.e. if the left button is pressed such that the editable combobox appears, it would be great to have a "clear input line" button as well as a "goto". These two buttons enable Konqueror users to handle URLs efficiently using mouse and clipboard only. Should be simple to implement and being different from Vista/Gnome, wouldn't it?


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 Development State

 
 by Eldarion on: Aug 23 2006
 
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Is the pathbar development stoped? I hope not because this is a great peace of software!


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 Help with compile?

 
 by stonewolf on: Oct 11 2006
 
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Hi there,

erversince I saw this app I used it. It's just ingenious!
A little shitty: I'm not able to compile it: A qt-problem which I can't get rid of. Can you hand out an x86_64-rpm?

Would be very nice...


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 Great style...

 
 by LocoMojo on: Oct 11 2006
 
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...I love it and have been using it for a long while now.

However, I have a problem with the latest upgrade to QtCurve-44.1. I use Konqueror pathbar and unfortunately QtCurve-44.1 draws lines where a standard address bar would be. QtCurve-0.43 didn't do this.

Here's two snapshots to show you what I mean:

QtCurve-0.43:
http://img90.imageshack.us/img90/9333/qtcurve043yu4.png

QtCurve-0.44.1:
http://img204.imageshack.us/img204/6784/qtcurve0441uz4.png

Is it possible to fix that?

Thanks for a great style!

LocoMojo


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 Re: Great style...

 
 by LocoMojo on: Oct 11 2006
 
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OMG!

I'm such a doofus. I posted in the wrong place, please disregard the above post.

*LocoMojo limps off in shame*


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