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SuperKaramba TuxBar with SMOOTH zoom

   0.17g  

Karamba

Score 64%
SuperKaramba TuxBar with SMOOTH zoom
zoom


Link:  http://
Downloads:  112453
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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 SORRY

 
 by nrballar on: Jul 15 2003
 
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Please excuse the flameworthy re-posting.
I'll remember to read the entire forum before I post a question that's been asked and answered 3 times before.


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 "New" TuxBar

 
 by robang on: Jul 24 2003
 
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Now exist an modified version with date/hour display and 4-desktop switcher
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=7126


/robang
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 alpha channel

 
 by saturnvk on: Aug 1 2003
 
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is there something special I need to do to make superkaramba use the alpha channels of the png images? Or do I have to run it in kde?


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 adding icons

 
 by mcgrath on: Sep 29 2003
 
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Im trying to figure out what code I need to add/change to add new icons to this set. Ive already swapped out the original icons, and program commands. But now I wish to add more programs to the bar. It's probable simpler than Im making it, but if anyone can help, i'd appreciate it. Oh, I have already modified the png files to make room for more icons.

I was reading through the scripts, and it seems its a loop issue. let me know, thanks.

mcgrath


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 Cool

 
 by rgfree on: Oct 25 2003
 
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Just tried it out.
It looks really cool.
I remember there's been
an SK theme which could read its
apps/icons from a directory. Maybe
you could grab the code from there?
now one thing I really miss
is
1) the ability to support
app groups (1 level would be sufficient): If I create a subdirectory in that directory
with further icons I would like
to be able to access those icons
by clicking on the directory icon i.e.
the taskbar would be replaced with
the icons from the next level.
This way I could remove my whole
K-Menu with this and edit it
easily by using the file manager.
Finally (I'm just dreaming...)
it would be great if optionally
there would be a text while
hovering over an icon describing
how the application is called I'm
about to run.


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 Set 2 Themes?

 
 by siteng on: Nov 10 2003
 
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sir , i have know set the Themes on enter the KDE:
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#!/bin/bash

karamba /path/to/tuxbar.theme
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but how can i set 2 themes on enter the KDE?


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