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iLaunch

   0.17  

Karamba

Score 65%
iLaunch
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iLaunch
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iLaunch
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Link:  http://www.p0z3r.org
Depends on  KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  14853
Submitted:  Jun 19 2003
Updated:  Jul 24 2006

Description:

This program is designed to clear up clutter on your desktop by stacking icons in a scrollable format. (think deck of cards) Using the scroll wheel on your mouse (button 4 & 5) will cycle through the applications in the .rc file added by you the user from the first application to the end. Then it will loop to the beginning, being an endless loop cycling through your stack of icons.

Features:
o) Background image or no background image support(transparent background).
o) Maximizes desktop space by moving all your icons into one scrollable stack.
o) Drag and Drop support when dragging from the K-menu or the Kicker bar(no Desktop icons or devices yet).
o) No wheel mouse support, by right clicking the theme and selecting the No Wheel Mouse option in the Configure theme menu.
o) Alternate display text when adding applications to customize what is displayed to your needs.
o) Icon theme finding engine to locate your current icons being used by KDE.
o) Mouse over highlighting when on an application to launch.
o) Custom icons support by selecting the directory in which they are stored.
o) Drag and drop a file onto iLaunch and the application displayed will launch it for you if the type is correct.
o) Applications that support multiple files being opened via command line should be able to accept multi-file drops as well.
o) Ability to select a unique icon for the showing application and it is remembered when changing icon themes as well.
o) Automatic resizing to suit the icon theme selected when setting the Custom Icon Directory
o) Remove the current application by right clicking and selecting it from the Configure menu.
o) Middle clicking iLaunch displays the information about the execution command and the location of the icon it's using.




Changelog:

version 0.17: 07/24/2006 - itemDropped callback format fix
version 0.16: 09/02/2005 - Bugfixes for the 0.37 release of SuperKaramba
- Reworked the icon theme finding code
- Made a .skz package




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 Want no Background?

 
 by p0z3r on: Jun 19 2003
 
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Just comment out the bg line in the .conf file.. I didn't mention that in the release.
-p0z3r


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 great tool

 
 by folienkartoffel on: Jul 15 2003
 
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is there any way to let the program run multiple instances? eg. one instance for apps, one instance for games etc...
so you would have two or three ilaunchers on your desk and each would show other applications.


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 Re: great tool

 
 by p0z3r on: Jul 16 2003
 
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Actually I thought about that idea. Example: one stack for games, one for applications, one for media, etc..

I'll add that on the TODO list and see what I can do.

Thanks for the comment.
-p0z3r


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 Re: Re: great tool

 
 by folienkartoffel on: Jul 16 2003
 
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Yeah would be great


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 Re: Re: Re: great to

 
 by p0z3r on: Sep 8 2003
 
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The only work around for this is to make copies of the iLaunch.py and iLaunch.theme files and rename them. (ie iLaunchGames.py & iLaunchGames.theme, iLaunchWork.py & iLaunchWork.theme) Then launch them separately.
cheers,
-p0z3r


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 First of all.

 
 by nightwriter on: Aug 26 2003
 
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Nice improvements. Looking real sweet. One question Any idea how something like this could be taught to use the arrow keys instead of just the wheel? Don't have a wheel on the laptop is why I'm asking.


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 Re: First of all.

 
 by p0z3r on: Aug 26 2003
 
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Currently it is using the function widgetClicked() which only has left, right, middle, and scroll mouse functions. I knew starting this, that it has limitations to people that don't have a scroll wheel on their mouse. I'll see if I can come up with a work around for this, or contact the superkaramba developer about adding in more keys (ie buttons) to be supported in that callback so I can code for it. Hopefully their will be a solution for this, but I appreciate any feedback about my project. I'm glad you checked it out! Feedback is always welcome.
cheers,
-p0z3r


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 feedback & scrnshots

 
 by p0z3r on: Aug 27 2003
 
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If anyone has any feedback, bad or good, please leave a comment for me so I can improve this. Also, I would be interested to see how people are using this. If you can, post a screen shot link here.
cheers,
-p0z3r


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 One question

 
 by nightwriter on: Aug 27 2003
 
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Would you mind if this became a theme inside of a theme? I've got some thoughts but I don't want to proceed without credit being given where due.


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 Re: One question

 
 by p0z3r on: Aug 27 2003
 
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As this is GPL'ed, I don't mind at all. What ideas do you have? Can you draw up a sketch and post a link to it or something? Or, even email me.. p0z3r[at]mail[dot]com
-p0z3r


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 cool :-)

 
 by muesli on: Aug 29 2003
 
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as already mentioned: svg would be a nice option for some later release. what annoy a little is the resizing of the panel if you enter it with the mouse. an option for a fixed size panel and i'm happy ;-)

good work!


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 Re: cool :-)

 
 by p0z3r on: Aug 29 2003
 
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I'm not sure what you're describing here with "svg". Please elaborate. About the resizing, the only thing that should happen on a mouseover is the icon should highlight for you. If it is resizing, can you post a link to a screenshot of the before and after?
cheers,
-p0z3r


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 Re: Re: cool :-)

 
 by muesli on: Aug 29 2003
 
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svg = scalable vector graphics.

icons designed as vectors. as you can imagine, vectors can be scaled like 1-2-3 without quality loss.

e.g.: http://www.kdelook.org/content/show.php?content=2207

or have a look at the connectiva crystal svg set in your kcontrol ;-)

i'll post the screenshots tomorrow!


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 Re: Re: Re: cool :-)

 
 by p0z3r on: Sep 2 2003
 
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I'll be looking into the SVG format this week to see what can be done to implement it, or at least see how much work it will be. I'll be waiting to see those screenshots, as I'm really curious what is happening for you!
cheers,
-p0z3r


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 Re: Re: Re: cool :-)

 
 by p0z3r on: Sep 6 2003
 
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After looking up the svg format, it doesn't look like it will be easy to implement currently. I'll keep my eyes out for possible ways to incorporate this, but I don't think it will happen soon. =c(
-p0z3r


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