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SuperKaramba TuxBar with SMOOTH zoom

   0.17g  

Karamba

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SuperKaramba TuxBar with SMOOTH zoom
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  112463
Submitted:  Apr 20 2003
Updated:  Apr 23 2003

Description:

This is a NEW SuperKaramba version of TuxBar!

Now it has full SMOOTH zoom just like in MacOS X! The bar even grows and the icons move almost exactly as in OS X. See the power of SuperKaramba :)

Please make sure you are using SuperKaramba 0.17f or HIGHER! Notice the "f"!
The newest version of SuperKaramba speeds things up A LOT.

PS: You can steal the tuxbar.py to add parametric zoom to your own themes.




Changelog:

2.0 - 0.17g:

You need this version if you have upgraded to SuperKaramba 0.17g - otherwise there are no changes.



License:
GPL

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 by bonega on: Apr 20 2003
 
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 tuxbar

 
 by rj-au on: Apr 20 2003
 
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how does the theme call the script to execute it? i tried modifying the script for another theme but it doesnt seem to work


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 Re: tuxbar

 
 by ageitgey on: Apr 20 2003
 
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you just name the script the same as the theme:

mytheme.theme would run
mytheme.py

And make sure mytheme.py is in the same directory as mytheme.theme

The file API in the examples directory that comes with SuperKaramba will tell you everything you need to know :)


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 Some questions..

 
 by xxxAlex83xxx on: Apr 20 2003
 
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Great work!
I'm watching your "dock" and I observe that for each image there are 3 states: normal, zoom and middle. This make an effect less clean then the real dock of MAC OSX.
Is there a parameter in the .py script that I can modify to have more than only 3 states for each icon ?

Thanx!
Alex


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 Re: Some questions..

 
 by ageitgey on: Apr 20 2003
 
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Actually it took a huge rewrite... but now its smooth just like OS X! Enjoy :)

Just don't use it on a slow computer.


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 New version!

 
 by ageitgey on: Apr 20 2003
 
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Now I have rewritten superkaramba tuxbar to be completely smooth and Mac OS X like! Please let me know what you think.....

And don't try it on a slow computer :)

(Works well on a 1.6ghz P4 here but not so well on a 650mhz P3)


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 Wow I am dumb...

 
 by ageitgey on: Apr 20 2003
 
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I made the update post but forgot to upload the file :)

Make sure you have "tuxbar-pzoom-smooth.tar.gz" and not "tuxbar-pzoom.tar.gz".

Thanks


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 Slow?

 
 by Kleggas on: Apr 20 2003
 
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I use it on a 600Mhz with 768 ram (pci100) and g-force2, not slow at all, so anyone who has this kind of computer or better can feel free to use it :)


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 Re: Slow?

 
 by ageitgey on: Apr 20 2003
 
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Are you using the tuxbar-pzoom.tar.gz which is stupid and fast, or the new tuxbar-pzoom-smooth.tar.gz which is much more CPU intensive?

I'd love to hear that you made the latter one work on your computer.


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 Re: Slow?

 
 by kola on: Apr 20 2003
 
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First, great job! Works perfectly in concept. I guess you might be aware of the following issues, and hopefully fix em in future versions :)

Slow... On my Athlon XP 2000+... I see the cpu usage go 100% with a slow response as the mouse goes back & forth. Also, icons seem a lot separated while zooming.

Would it be possible (in some future version) to have the icon sizes variable. (e.g. 48x48 -> 64x64) ?

overall - awesome!


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 Re: Slow?

 
 by Kleggas on: Apr 20 2003
 
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I am using the "smooth" version, and yes it is not slow, it doesn't "lag" from pic to pic, it switches smoothly, and my cpu when scrolling the icons in this bar (and having 5 more karamba themes running) went only to 40% (up to 100% if I started to move my mouse cursor over the icons in 100 km/h but not with normal use)
And I did not do anything special, so great work, I really love tuxbar


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