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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
Minimum required   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




LicenseGPL
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 scroll solution

 
 by Peman on: Nov 22 2003
 
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Hi!

ive got a solution for peepz whithout a scroll wheel on their mouse.
follow this steps:
get this bg.png:
http://peman.no-ip.org/tmp/bg.png

edit the iLaunch.py file an replace this lines:
line 413
if (x > 65 and x < 75) and (y > 15 and y < 27) and (button == 1):

line 448
if (x > 65 and x < 75) and (y > 49 and y < 63) and (button == 1):


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 Re: scroll solution

 
 by p0z3r on: Nov 22 2003
 
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Peman:
That sounds like a great workaround. I haven't tried to work on this idea b/c ageity had said that alternate keyboard events would be handled in an upcoming version, which would have included the up/down arrows on your keyboard. Mind if I include it into iLaunch for now?


-p0z3r
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 Re: Re: scroll solut

 
 by Peman on: Nov 23 2003
 
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no prob man.


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 Re: Re: Re: scroll s

 
 by p0z3r on: Nov 23 2003
 
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I'll figure out the best way to add this to the current method so that they are both present, have a way to be turned on/off and are suitable for all size icons used.


-p0z3r
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 It works!

 
 by nightwriter on: Nov 23 2003
 
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The patch above works nicely. Just one question Would a 3rd variable/question be possible. For example I want konqueror but I want it to launch via

kfmclient openProfile webbrowsing

so that I get it in the browser mode. Since the icon name is keyed off of the exec command I get the unknown icon instead of the konqueror icon. Would it be possible to have a 3rd question, call it icon name and a variable icon0 so that in the iLaunch.rc file I see

app0=kfmclient openProfile webbrowsing
display0=Konqueror
icon0=konqueror.png

That way items can be added to the menu that may not be in a users Path (say they installed OOo) But are otherwise launchable via a full path name. (/usr/local/Openoffice.org/soffice for example) But still be able to assign it an icon.

On the other hand. The only problem I had with the suggested patch above is that the second line for me was 449 not 448. No sweat. It works works well and works clean.

Keep it up .... so far this is one of the top uses of karamba or superK I've seen so far.


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 Re: It works!

 
 by p0z3r on: Nov 23 2003
 
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Small workaround would be to go into where your icon theme is and copy over konqueror.png to kfmclient.png.
I was thinking about the best way to add this into the question dialogs, but I didn't want to have so many things required to go through just to add another icon. So, I'm still looking into this and should have some way to do this in the future.
Glad to hear that you like it so much!


cheers,
-p0z3r

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 I want it to work

 
 by johnkess on: Jan 26 2004
 
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Hey,
I really like you program, but I can't seem to get it to work on my SuSE 8.2 distro. It showed up on my screen, but the "Configure Theme" text is grayed out. I'm not really familar with python scrips, and so I don't know how to debug it. I did what you said in the README, and changed line 41 to: "debug" = 1. I then ran ./iLaunch.py in the terminal. I got this back:

./iLaunch.py: line 31: import: command not found
./iLaunch.py: line 32: import: command not found
./iLaunch.py: line 37: conf: command not found
./iLaunch.py: line 38: font: command not found
./iLaunch.py: line 39: fontColor: command not found
./iLaunch.py: line 40: fontSize: command not found
./iLaunch.py: line 41: debug: command not found
./iLaunch.py: line 42: shadow: command not found
./iLaunch.py: line 43: kdePath: command not found
./iLaunch.py: line 44: iconDirectory: command not found
./iLaunch.py: line 45: bg: no job control
./iLaunch.py: line 46: currentIconEffect: command not found
./iLaunch.py: line 47: syntax error near unexpected token `}'
./iLaunch.py: line 47: `}'

Like I said, I don't know anything about python, but I do know some c++, and because of all the "command not found"s, I am figuring that I don't have the right python stuff installed. Please post a reply and help me get through this. Your program looks really cool. Hope you know what's up.


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 Re: I want it to wor

 
 by p0z3r on: Jan 26 2004
 
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I think that your hunch is right. Something is missing in your python install I believe. You could try running python from a terminal and try typing in something like 'import re' or 'import os' to see if they work.
My Mandrake 9.1 box has python 2.2 installed, and it was tested on another box that is Mandrake 9.2 with python 2.3. Both worked without problems.
Do any other themes work for you? Maybe stop by the irc channel later tonight or email me?


cheers,
-p0z3r

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 Re: I want it to wor

 
 by p0z3r on: Jan 30 2004
 
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I just realized that you did a ./iLaunch.py
That is not correct. It should have been:
superkaramba iLaunch.theme
That will produce the debug information I was referring.
Try that and get back to me please.
-p0z3r


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 TNX

 
 by -V-O-Y-A-G-E-R- on: Feb 10 2004
 
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Tnx p0z3r! :)


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 Re: TNX

 
 by p0z3r on: Feb 10 2004
 
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No problem! Knew you'd like this!
;-D


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 Congrats

 
 by yotsu on: Apr 15 2004
 
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I really like this iLaunch
very useful :)


just a question:
how can I cancel an icon that it's not the last one?


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 Re: Congrats

 
 by p0z3r on: Apr 16 2004
 
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There is no way to directly do this currently. It would be useful to implement this now though. Currently you would have to remove however many until you got to the one you want to remove, and then re-add your icons to it. I'll begin work on a way to do direct removal. Here's a question though, when the showing icon is removed, what should be displayed next? The very first one? or the next one in the rotation? or what?


cheers,
-p0z3r

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 Re: Congrats

 
 by p0z3r on: Apr 20 2004
 
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This has been included now in version 0.14. =c)


cheers,
-p0z3r

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 Text Position

 
 by ErnieS on: May 29 2004
 
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I've just started playing with ILaunch.... This is just what I've been looking for! I run at a resolution of 1920x1440 here so everything started out very small.I have so far managed to resize it but I can't figure out how to reposition the text. It now seems to start centered on the icon. I'd prefer it to be either centered or started x pixles from the left. Can you help me out here?


Thanks, Ernie
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