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Station V theme for SuperKaramba

  

Karamba

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Station V theme for SuperKaramba
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  15537
Submitted:  Apr 22 2003
Updated:  Apr 22 2003

Description:

A (useless) eye-candy superkaramba theme. It displays the space station from 2001: A Space Odyssey rotating on your desktop. Converted from a konfabulator widget, credit for images goes to the original author.

Tested with superkaramba 0.17f.

Change the INTERVAL tag value in the theme file for slower or faster rotation cycles.



License:
GPL

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 Not useless

 
 by fuz on: Apr 22 2003
 
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Add onclick command on it to launch kde menu, locked the position at lower left corner, now I got an animated K button ;)


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 Re: Not useless

 
 by ntesa on: Apr 23 2003
 
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Cool, I'm glad you've found a practical use for it :) You could also resize all the images and change the image size in the theme and python files, if you wanna make it smaller, it's kinda big for a K menu.


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 Re: Not useless

 
 by fuz on: Apr 24 2003
 
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Yeah, it's really big, jejeje. Btw how to make it smaller?


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 Re: Re: Not useless

 
 by ntesa on: Apr 24 2003
 
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All the images are in the pics directory, and they're 96x96. You can resize them with gimp for example, and then save them over the big images. Then you just have to replace 96 with the new size in the theme and python files. Good luck :)


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 good idea

 
 by Drewgrange on: Apr 24 2003
 
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good idea fuz!

I think I've got it, but whats the command for the K Menu?

I've got:
#Station V
KARAMBA X=0 Y=700 W=96 H=96 INTERVAL=250 LOCKED=true
CLICKAREA X=48 Y=48 W=96 H=96 SENSOR=PROGRAM ONCLICK="


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 Ok, got it

 
 by Drewgrange on: Apr 24 2003
 
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For anybody who wants to use this as a K Menu Button, edit the theme file to look like this (although mess around with the Y position, thats just where it works on my resolution (1280x960))

#Station V
KARAMBA X=0 Y=860 W=96 H=96 INTERVAL=75 LOCKED=true
CLICKAREA X=48 Y=48 W=96 H=96 SENSOR=PROGRAM ONCLICK="dcop kicker kicker popupKMenu 0"


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 Re: Ok, got it

 
 by ntesa on: Apr 24 2003
 
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You can use "dcop kicker kicker popupKMenu 1" if you wanna display the K menu to the top-left corner.


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 Re: Re: Ok, got it

 
 by Drewgrange on: Apr 24 2003
 
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Cool, thanks :)

Is it about the same to get other menus? I'd like to make a game menu and other things like that to put in the osx-bar theme,, but I'm not sure how I could do it.


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 bottombar=true?

 
 by nahham on: Apr 25 2003
 
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BOTTOMBAR=TRUE Wouldn't that just stick the button to the bottom of the screen? and then you can play with the x axis to get it to the left..

I'm sure it works with superkaramba, not sure about karamba though.


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 Re: bottombar=true?

 
 by ntesa on: Apr 25 2003
 
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Yeah, that would work if you wanna have it at the bottom of the screen. This theme works only with superkaramaba anyways, but I think that's a feature of karamba too. Another thing I wanted to mention, you can display the K menu exactly where you want using a dcop call like "dcop kicker kicker popupKMenu x,y". I don't think it's possible to diplay any other menus or sub-menus using dcop calls, just the main K menu.


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 minor suggestion

 
 by clgonsal on: Aug 29 2003
 
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This is really spiffy (especially on my wallpaper, which already has a picture of the Earth on it!), but I really wish it had more frames. If the number of frames was doubled or perhaps quadrupled I think the animation would look much smoother.


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 Intriguing

 
 by Bague on: Feb 14 2004
 
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It's really weird, but having this spinning station on my desktop increases my productivity, no joke. This is awesome, so simple, yet so useful.


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