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Fancy Tasks

   1.1.2 "back in game"  

Plasmoid Binary

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  24704
Submitted:  Feb 20 2009
Updated:  Jun 10 2012

Description:

Plasmoid providing fancy visualization of tasks, launchers and jobs for those who need full power of task manager and fresh look.
Developed and tested on KDE 4.8 with Qt 4.8 (Kubuntu 12.04).

Some screen casts:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5i2S1xCKPk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wj4W6cqycl8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfqtnncLNcQ

Milestone 1.1 (current) will be last one using libtaskamanager and hopefully will be soon replaced by currently developed data engine based version (which should lower requirements back to KDE 4.6 or maybe earlier, depending on which one shipped first functional version of tasks data engine).

Milestone 2.0 will bring new dock management library which will allow for more advanced features. There will be also new, QML based, applet interface (might be available earlier, depends on progress on library).

Note that included panel was made only for test and could make various problems, use it on your own risk (I'll focus on it later).

This applet uses standard libtaskmanager like other task managers in KDE, so before you report bug check if it also happens in other applets (for example default Tasks applet).

Tips:
- to make applet more usable you can put it on panel with enabled option "Windows can cover" or similar;
- you can use theme with panel background similar to that of dock (for example Sabre Tiger) or modify current one using Desktop Theme Details;
- you can add launchers to applet by drag and drop of URLs and desktop files when Plasma is unlocked or using configuration dialog;
- to show only launchers you need to remove tasks area item from arrangement;
- to show application jobs you need to add jobs area.

Hidden options:
You can set them in applets configuration file (usually located at ~/.kde4/share/config/plasma-desktop-appletsrc), in group containing line plugin=fancytasks or plugin=fancypanel;
- initialZoomLevel - initial zoom level for zoom move animations (value ranging from 0 to 1, default: 0.7);
- paintBackground - decides if background should be painted or not (true or false, default: true);
- paintReflections - decides if icon reflection should be painted or not, note that it won't change icon size because of space allocation for drawing task indicators (true or false, default: true).

Features:
- manages your tasks, launchers and application jobs;
- tasks filtering, grouping (including manual) and sorting;
- keyboard navigation (Tab and Shift+Tab);
- launcher to task transition with custom connecting rules (icons of launchers with running tasks are hidden if sorting other than manual is enabled);
- tool tips with live preview of windows when KWin Taskbar Thumbnail effect is enabled;
- highlighting windows when hovering cursor over task or window preview when KWin Highlight Window effect is enabled;
- dropping files on launchers runs command with parameters or gives option to move, copy or link them (if target is directory);
- visual drop indicator that helps in manual tasks sorting and rearranging launchers;
- possibility to browse directories of directory launchers using context menu;
- possibility to add application menus;
- menu with list of all icons shown after activating keyboard shortcut;
- configurable animations (zoom, jump, bounce, highlight, etc.) and appearance (optional thumbnails and text label);
- fully animated icons (including animations of starting applications, tasks needing attention and application jobs progress).

If you have found bugs or have suggestions you can contact me via email, message or using comments, before you will vote bad.
And remember that not everybody has enough time for fast replying. ;-)

Don't be silly, don't vote bad just for fun!




Changelog:

1.1.2 (10.06.2012):
- increased task light size a bit;
- fixed label position for zoom animation;
- avoid hijacking of icons with launcher connected to task group (if grouping by program);
- clear thumbnail when launcher looses connected task.

1.1.1 (01.06.2012):
- reuse launcher icons by tasks also when using manual sorting;
- let startups connect to launcher icons (when there is no sorting or it set to manual);
- do not lose connection with launcher when group is created (if grouping by program);
- enable Apply button when configuration values are changed;
- do not propose to drop icon in place which equals its current index;
- enable Add / Remove action buttons;
- many other fixes and changes.




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 docky

 
 by masterdany88 on: May 24 2012
 
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nice job man. Great native dock for kde. I miss that for so long, but it still need much improvment for animation and task managment.
I was thinking that You could take the code of docky and icon task only. Using them You could make some improvements and make fancy task usefull.
please write me back.


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 Re: docky

 
 by Emdek on: May 24 2012
 
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Yes, animations needs some work surely, I'm planning to redo UI in QML later, which should help with that case too. You can find more details about my plans in first comment on previous page ("Plans for foreseeable future").
I'm not going to recycle others code especially since they don't have anything better in terms of tasks management (I'm referring mostly to other libtaskmanager based applets, not Docky which is something from different desktop environment).
The only advantages there are plugins to dock which I'm still not sure if those should belong there, such things should be probably done more like letting to embed applets like in systemtray, if at all.
I'll focus on creating task management library designed for use with docks from beginning, first described in my GSoC application from 2009 (well, it changed a bit after implementation started ;-)).


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 Re: Re: docky

 
 by masterdany88 on: May 24 2012
 
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I really dont like the ide of addons on dock. Kde have they own native plasma-widgets wich surely do grate job. there is a pager to change desktop, some weather and system monitors, so on this point will be enought to implement them as a part of icons on dock. NO need to creat new.
Think I dont like in fancy task is that when I open app from launcher, f.e. konsole the icon to manage it on dock goes on left side to the "task" area (I am not sure how that is called), In docky when I click on konsole icon I will get console, I dont need to think was it already lauchner or not, the konsole window will just pop up. This is the Idea of dock or icon only task manager.
what I miss in docky is that it isnt kde native. And If I have few windows of konsole opened I cant easily manage them, all will show up and all of them will be minimalised, which isnt fine, especially if that windows are on diferent workspaces. Icon only task manager gives them a thunbail to see which window I want to operate. Generally Icon task only have all the thing I would like to see in You dock, cause in icon task manager there isnt any animation. So for me for now docky is the think I am searching for.
One think in all of this task manager is that I miss. It is about the instance of applicationm like for example skype or amarok. I saw that when I have a skype or amarok launcher and when I clicked it, it alway trying to run new instance, but it at first shoul look for process of skype and try to show that window instead of lauching new, there is no sense of that, cause may apps use systray to work in background.
I hope You will understand my
Please consider my thoughs. and write back.


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 Re: Re: Re: docky

 
 by Emdek on: May 24 2012
 
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All of most what you have written above is already available (or at least planned to improve when obstacle in form of libtaskmanager will be finally removed), just you need to fine tune your settings, ensure that your sorting strategy is set to manual and that connection rules for launchers that doesn't connect to tasks are correct (some of them can't be easily connected using current heuristics).
What you postulate is nothing new, it is planned from beginning (2009) but due to lack of time or API obstacles wasn't done so far. :-/


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: docky

 
 by masterdany88 on: May 24 2012
 
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Keep doing Your Job. It is great man. I am always looking for new releases with curiosity and hope that it will bring more stabillity. For now it crash my plasma to often, ufortunatelly.
By the way it is fun to write with Polish man in Egnlish :P
Dobra robota :D


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: docky

 
 by Emdek on: May 24 2012
 
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Do you have any backtraces for these crashes (or DrKonqui window doesn't appear after crash?)? Or at least maybe you can describe when they happen (if there is regularity)? Or maybe you use some unusual settings?
I'm really curious, I've not seen a single crash for months (on 32 bit platform). :-D
You may also need to recompile code if libtaskmanager was updated after installing it or you are using binary package (ABI changes in that library can cause them...).
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By the way it is fun to write with Polish man in Egnlish :P

Yeah, it seems to be a bit superfluous, but rules are rules... ;-)
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Dobra robota :D

Dzięki, staram się. ;-)


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 Arrangement

 
 by dshrek on: May 26 2012
 
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Hi Emdek,
I really enjoy your plasmoid. Unfortunately I constantly run into the following bug: After a restart of plasma-desktop the "Current entries" in "Arrangement" are all mixed up (every restart I find a different order). Even though all programs still appear in the configuration, not all of them are visible in the plasmoid. After configuring them to be in my preferred order, everything is fine again. I have to do that at every restart...

I am running Precise with Compiz 0.9.8 and the latest version of Fancy Tasks.


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 Re: Arrangement

 
 by Emdek on: May 26 2012
 
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Thanks for report, I'll try to reproduce that.
But I need some more details, what are you sorting and grouping strategies and it would be best if you could attach list of entries for arrangement (could be screenshot from configuration dialog).
Also, are they in correct order when you open configuration dialog again (this could be an issue with saving or restoring)?


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 Re: Re: Arrangement

 
 by dshrek on: May 27 2012
 
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The bug already appears for the standard configuration after adding the plasmoid to the desktop without changing anything in the setup.
I have made four screenshots. Screenshot.png shows a newly added Fancy Task with the configuration menu. You can see that not all programs are visible in the plasmoid. Closing the configuration menu and reopening dosn't change anything.
Screenshot_plasma_restart.png shows the same but after a restart of plasma-desktop. The order of the programs in "current entries" has changed and different programs are displayed in the plasmoid.
I then created a new user and logged in, added a Fancy Task plasmoid and did the same as before (Screenshot_new_user.png, Screenshot_new_user_plasma_restart.png). Although the "current entries" in the "Arrangement" are different by default for the new user and my login, the bug remains the same.

http://depositfiles.com/files/aoozvgj4h


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 Re: Re: Re: Arrangement

 
 by Emdek on: May 27 2012
 
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Thanks for comprehensive testing, that part with launchers not showing up is especially weird one but will try to reproduce it anyway.
Can you check if you can reproduce it using plasmoidviewer? By running plasmoidviewer -c panel fancytasks few times. It shouldn't be something Plasma desktop specific but it could be a good idea to check to be sure.
I'm planning to release a bugfix version soon (maybe 01.06.2012) and I hope that I'll be able to fix this issue for that release. There are already some small fixes, you can check in history on github.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Arrangement

 
 by dshrek on: May 27 2012
 
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Running it with plasmoidviewer leads to the same behaviour. I noticed one more thing. The programs that are visible are the same than with the regular plasmoid. Executing Fancy Tasks with plasmoidviewer a second time shows that set of programs which are also visible after a restart of plasma-desktop. After the third start, the first set of programs is visible again, after the fourth start the second, ... It always seems to toggle between to versions.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Arrangement

 
 by Emdek on: May 27 2012
 
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Interesting observation, maybe something goes wrong when restoring configuration.
What are your exact versions of KDE and Qt? Is your system 32 or 64 bit (I've already seen once an issue with Plasma happening only on 64 bit systems - tool tip of some applet was displayed in wrong place)?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Arrangement

 
 by dshrek on: May 28 2012
 
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I have a standard 64bit Precise installation: KDE 4.8.2, Qt 4.8.1



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Arrangement

 
 by Emdek on: May 28 2012
 
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Those are mostly the same specs like on my laptop, except that it was updated to KDE 4.8.3, so I'll try to recreate that issue there.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Arrangement

 
 by Emdek on: May 28 2012
 
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OK, I'm able to reproduce it there, it looks like it gets two different sets of arrangement entries which overwrite each other every time applet is initialized.
Pretty weird but at least some clue to start with. :-)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Arrangement

 
 by Emdek on: May 28 2012
 
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Seems to be fixed now, can you please check that with current version from github?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Arrangement

 
 by dshrek on: May 28 2012
 
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Works! Thanks a lot for the fast responses!



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Arrangement

 
 by Emdek on: May 28 2012
 
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No problem. :-)


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 Re: Re: Arrangement

 
 by dshrek on: May 27 2012
 
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The bug already appears for the standard configuration after adding the plasmoid to the desktop without changing anything in the setup.
I have made four screenshots. Screenshot.png shows a newly added Fancy Task with the configuration menu. You can see that not all programs are visible in the plasmoid. Closing the configuration menu and reopening dosn't change anything.
Screenshot_plasma_restart.png shows the same but after a restart of plasma-desktop. The order of the programs in "current entries" has changed and different programs are displayed in the plasmoid.
I then created a new user and logged in, added a Fancy Task plasmoid and did the same as before (Screenshot_new_user.png, Screenshot_new_user_plasma_restart.png). Although the "current entries" in the "Arrangement" are different by default for the new user and my login, the bug remains the same.

http://depositfiles.com/files/aoozvgj4h


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 sorry but

 
 by nowardev on: Jun 4 2012
 
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parabolic animation is poor
stability is poor i got a crash just adding the fancy panel

i dunno but like every year i have to remove this panel is not stable and good

btw nice try to ...

cairo dock is the best


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 Re: sorry but

 
 by Emdek on: Jun 4 2012
 
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You mean wrong positioning of labels? It's a known regression, I'll fix it as as I'll have time.
If you got crash then you should attach backtrace (if there is any), without it I cannot check what exactly caused it so I cannot even try to fix that. Also I remind that panel is still experimental and since Plasma won't play well with custom ones I'm considering its removal - it makes more sense to set custom background for bottom panel in desktop theme details anyway. ;-)


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 Re: Re: sorry but

 
 by herrbatka on: Jun 10 2012
 
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so this applet looks good on standard panel?

I used older version and It was ugly.


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 Re: Re: Re: sorry but

 
 by Emdek on: Jun 10 2012
 
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Did I've said somewhere that it is beautiful? :-P
If you don't like defaults (which changed recently) then you can experiment with appearance options including hidden options described in the README.


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 PPA

 
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 Re: PPA

 
 by Emdek on: Aug 4 2012
 
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Thanks. :-)


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 "Activate Item" action problem

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Mar 20 2013
 
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Hi, I'd like to thank you for this great piece of work. It's by far the most usable dock plasmoid! Hope this get more improvement :)

Excuse me I have a problem here: since in the option dialog "Actions" have listed "Activate Task", "Activate Launcher" and "Activate Item". By default left-clicking is "Activate Item", but if I use "group by program name" then clicking on task thumbnails in groups, the action would be treated as "Activate Launcher" because the expected behavior of switching task does not happen, but all the launchers in the launcher area are all activated... = =

If I left-click on the group icon itself, the child list appears, but clicking on any item does not do anything at all.

"Activate Task" seems to work find with thumbnails, but it cannot activate launchers.


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 Re: "Activate Item" action problem

 
 by Emdek on: Mar 20 2013
 
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Thanks for report, I'll check out that tomorrow.
To be sure, you are using the most recent version (1.1.2), right?


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 Re: Re: "Activate Item" action problem

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Mar 21 2013
 
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Thanks, ya, "plasma-widget-fancytasks_1.1.2_amd64.deb" this is what I installed on my Kubuntu :)


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 Re: Re: Re: "Activate Item" action problem

 
 by Emdek on: Apr 3 2013
 
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It seems that this is a bit more complex issue and to fix it properly (and once) I will need to wait for some bigger architecture changes to be done first...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: "Activate Item" action problem

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Apr 5 2013
 
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Looking forward to it :) Thanks!


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 "Unable to load the widget" error

 
 by evilC on: Oct 28 2013
 
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I originally installed Raring, but the other day got updated to Saucy.

Saucy has removed the option for "Manual Grouping".

I therefore need a replacement urgently, this is costing me time and money due to impacted workflow.

It seems that Fancy Tasks has this option, but I cannot get FT to work.

I installed plasma-widget-fancytasks_1.1.2_amd64.deb and it reported an OK install.

When I try to add a Fancy Tasks widget to a panel, all I get is a red icon with a white X - which when I hover over it gives the error "Unable to load the widget. Could not find requested component: fancytasks"

Does anyone have any idea what is going on? Failing that, does anyone know a Task Manager for Saucy that supports Manual Grouping?


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 Re: "Unable to load the widget" error

 
 by Emdek on: Oct 29 2013
 
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You need to recompile from sources (instructions in INSTALL file), I guess that ABI of libtaskmanager got changed again so it fails to load.


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 Re: Re: "Unable to load the widget" error

 
 by evilC on: Oct 29 2013
 
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Thanks for your reply.

I managed to install fancy tasks from source, and now I can get it to run, but due to a bug somewhere, I have now rendered my OS pretty much unusable.

I have a forum thread with info here: http://www.kubuntuforums.net/showthread.php?64014-

Any help appreciated, I am at my wit's end here.


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 Re: Re: Re: "Unable to load the widget" error

 
 by Emdek on: Oct 29 2013
 
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1. To remove launchers go to Arrangement tab and remove all entries from Current entries except of ---tasks area---.
2. To change animation go to Appearance and set Moving between icons to Zoom.
3. If you get crashes then it would be nice to get backtraces so I could try to fix them (I've not seen any for years, libtaskmanager does not change much now so there are less issues). Works fine with KDE 4.11.
4. If grouping or sorting does not work correctly then it might be issue in libtaskamanger and then none of task managers will work correctly since all of theme depend on that library.


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 Re: Re: Re: "Unable to load the widget" error

 
 by Emdek on: Oct 29 2013
 
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5. To get bigger icons you have to increase height of panel.


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 Re: Re: Re: "Unable to load the widget" error

 
 by Emdek on: Oct 29 2013
 
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Moreover, panel is marked as experimental, should not be used if not needed. Some people wanted to have such option but it is impossible to have properly working custom panel of that type in KDE4.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: "Unable to load the widget" error

 
 by evilC on: Oct 29 2013
 
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Thanks for your help, but in order to get myself back to work I have had to ditch Fancy Tasks.

What I can report is that I see weird behaviour with a Fancy Panel with multi-monitor.

One *one* of my monitors *only*, when I try to move the panel to a different edge, it behaves strangely.

eg, when I create a new FP, it starts at the top.
Click configure, drag "Screen Edge" handle.
Drag towards bottom of screen, when it passes half way, it starts flickering, and when I move mouse down, panel moves up and vice versa.

Releasing in this state can cause the panel to go full screen and cover up the desktop. It grabs all clicks and renders the desktop unusable. See post I linked for a screenshot.

I managed to find a gap in the panel and was able to close it.

I appreciate the work you put into this, please do not take this as a criticism of the effort you put in.

I know it was experimental, but I was desperate to get manual grouping back since they removed it from Saucy, so I was willing to try anything...

In the end, I used "Old Task Manager" as linked in the post.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: "Unable to load the widget" er

 
 by Emdek on: Oct 29 2013
 
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You should try it as applet. ;-)

Custom panels are extremely broken and limited in KDE4, for some reason configuration gets messed up and they can end up on wrong edge, with wrong alignment and size, after each start of plasma-desktop.

I'm going to remove that panel from package anyway, it causes more issues than it gives gains.


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