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dotastat 0.5 (Plasmoid Script)

Fri, 2014/02/28 - 5:32pm
Thumbnaildotastat 0.5
(Plasmoid Script)
This plasmoid is for Dota 2 players. It shows informations of your last Dota 2 matches on your desktop.

You need the following to get the plasmoid working:
* Share your match history in Dota 2 (obviously)
* Find your steam id ( https://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/SteamID )
* Generate a key for the Dota 2 Webapi ( http://steamcommunity.com/dev/apikey )

changelog:
15.9.2013, v.0.2:

* The skill bracket that your match was in is now visualized with star symbols: 0 stars -> normal bracket; 1 star -> high bracket; 2 star -> very high bracket

* A Timer will update the plasmoid every 15 minutes

19.09.2013, v.0.3:
* Visual changes: The overall layout now looks smoother and colors are not hardcoded, but rather, use your plasma theme.

01.10.2013, v.0.5:
* Unfortunately it is not possible anymore to get the skill bracket for a specific match, so I had to remove this feature again; if you find a possibility the get the bracket with the webapi pls write a comment and I will add the feature again

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Social Networks Visualizer 1.0 (KDE Scientific)

Fri, 2014/02/28 - 2:46pm
ThumbnailSocial Networks Visualizer 1.0
(KDE Scientific)
SocNetV is a cross-platform, user-friendly, graphical application for Social Networks Analysis and Visualisation, developed in C++ and the powerful Qt toolkit.

It helps you construct social networks (aka mathematical graphs) with a few clicks on a virtual canvas or load networks of various formats (GraphViz, GraphML, Adjacency, Pajek, UCINET, etc) and modify them, or compute basic network properties, such as density, diameter and distances (shortest path lengths), as well as more advanced structural statistics, such as node and network centralities i.e. closeness, betweeness, graph), clustering coefficient, PageRank etc.

SocNetV supports various layout algorithms (i.e. Spring-embedder, circular and in levels according to various centrality indexes) for meaningful visualisations.

Furthermore, it can create random networks (Erdos-Renyi, Watts-Strogatz, ring lattice, etc) with a few clicks or crawl a given website and create the "network of its links".

SocNetV is licensed under the GNU Public License version 3 (GPL3).

Requirements: To compile or install SocNetV version 1.x, you need Qt5 libraries.


Project page:
http://socnetv.sourceforge.net

changelog:
Version 1.0 - Feb 2014
Codename: "4 years later"
---------------------------
- First version in Qt5
- New Feature: PageRank calculation and layout
- New reference item: SRS Documentation by Vagelis Motesnitsalis
- Re-introduce GraphViz import menu option
- Init "Spring Embedder" tab checkbox to none when user creates new network.

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KaffeineTY 0.0.2 (KDE Improvement)

Wed, 2014/02/26 - 4:46pm
ThumbnailKaffeineTY 0.0.2
(KDE Improvement)
KaffeineTY

KaffeineTY - a application to temporarity prevents dim screen action of power management and screensaver for KDE environment.

I. INSTALLATION
# mkdir build
# cd build
# cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr ..
# make
# make install

You may need to replace /usr with the path to your KDE installation.
Logout and login back.
Enjoy!

II.CONFIGURE IT
go to: System settings > Power Management > KaffeineTY
enter name of application you want to run it without dim screen and screensaver action in input box.
Syntax: name1|name2|....



changelog:
version 0.0.1: first release.
version 0.0.2: fix bugs...

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IOS - iPhone - iPad Amarok Remote 1.0 (Amarok 2.0 Script)

Mon, 2014/02/24 - 4:12pm
ThumbnailIOS - iPhone - iPad Amarok Remote 1.0
(Amarok 2.0 Script)
This App can Remote Control your Amarok Music Collection.

Following Features included:
* Add Titles to Playlist
* Select and Play Title from Playlist
* Display Lyrics from Title in Playlist
* Play, Stop, Next/Previous, Pause
* Control Volume
* Change playback position with a Slider
* Delete Titles from Playlist
* Album Cover Display

To use this App you have to install the Amarok Remote Plugin through the Amarok Script Manager.

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Attach to Icedove 1 (KDE Service Menu)

Sun, 2014/02/23 - 6:15pm
Attach to Icedove 1
(KDE Service Menu)
This servicemenu plugin will allow you to attach the file to icedove.

This is a simple edit of the \\\\\\\'Attach to thunderbird\\\\\\\' servicemenu app: http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/?content=122832

Basically I search and replace\\\\\\\'d to put icedove where thunderbird was - to allow this to be used for debian users.

All credits therefore go to Danux who wrote that!Cheers.
(I can\\\'t program and therefore I make no guarantees regarding this, neither do I intend any updates).

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Distro Watcher 0.10 (Plasmoid Script)

Sun, 2014/02/23 - 11:43am
ThumbnailDistro Watcher 0.10
(Plasmoid Script)
The specific plasmoid displays the latest releases of Linux distributions and packages, as published in distrowatch.com. In order to retrieve the relative data, RSS feeds from distrowatch are being used.

The plasmoid consists of two distinct views; the first displaying Linux distributions, the second displaying packages. Switching between views can be accomplished using a KDE tab bar. By clicking to a distribution record, default browser opens distribution's homepage at distrowatch.com. By clicking to a package record, default browser opens package's homepage.

Moreover, users can click to the button in the bottom-right corner of the plasmoid so as to navigate to the distributions' list; favorites can be selected by just clicking to the relative button. Clicking to a distribution record, they are navigated (using the predefault web browser) to the relative distrowatch page. After selecting favorites, as soon as a new release of a favorite distribution is available, a notification pop-up is displayed. Notifications can be disabled using the relative configuration option.

The plasmoid has been written in QML and JavaScript.

Translated to: Greek, Spanish, Russian and Uzbek(Latin). If you would like to contribute to translations, visit the relative transifex project at https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/distrowatcher/

Notes
- Display depends on distrowatch.com RSS feeds. If the relative RSS changes or it is unavailable, plasmoid display will be broken.
- Data fetching is performed every 15 minutes (default). Users can override the default value via "Distro Watcher Settings".
- If no Internet connection is available, no data will be displayed. Instead, a notification screen is displayed. As soon as network connectivity is re-established and the next fetching point is reached, data display is restored. Users are also able to click to the Reload button and request data to be fetched again.
- Icons have been downloaded from:
http://www.iconarchive.com/show/nuoveXT-icons-by-saki/Apps-tux-icon.html
http://www.iconarchive.com/show/nuoveXT-icons-by-saki/Apps-package-icon.html
Credits go to the artist.

Dependencies
- KDE SC 4.10 or later
- QT 4.8.x

* In Kubuntu 13.04/13.10 the following packages were installed for a proper build to take place:
- build-essential
- cmake
- kdelibs5-dev
- kdebase-workspace-dev
- libdbusmenu-qt-dev

Just Display (only for testing)
$plasmoidviewer ~/$YOUR_PATH/distrowatcher_plasmoid/distrowatcher

Installation
Any Linux distribution:
- Unzip the plasmoid
- $ mkdir build
- $ cd build
- $ export QT_SELECT=qt4 && cmake -DQT_QMAKE_EXECUTABLE=/usr/bin/qmake-qt4 -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` ..
- $ make
- $ (sudo) make install
- "Distro Watcher" widget is now available to add to desktop/panel.

Kubuntu:
Run the .deb file.

License
Copyright (C) 2013 Dimitris Kardarakos

QML and JavaScript written has been based on QT Quick documentation, tutorials and examples found in https://qt-project.org. Icons used come (online) from distrowatch.com and Oxygen icon package.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

changelog:
Version 0.10
- Reload functionality added to unavailable screen
- Smooth transition between screens
- Translation updates (Greek, Spanish)

Version 0.9.2
- Notification icon changed to a generic one since, in "Get New Hot Stuff" packaging, no distrowatcher icon is installed
- Translated to Uzbek by Umid Almasov

Version 0.9.1
- Issue with multiple notifications when a distribution appears more than once in an rss bunch fixed
- Unnecessary translations removed
- Code cleaning
- Text field replaced text area in favorites; clearing handle added

Version 0.8.2
- Issue writing into the text area fixed
- Packaging translations issue fixed

Version 0.8.1
- Issue with misleading tooltip fixed
- Favorites list rendering issue fixed
- Russian translation updated

Version 0.8
- Visual improvements
- Searching functionality added to favorite distributions list
- Users can navigate to distrowatch from favorites screen
- Translated to Russian (thanks to sorrymak)
- Spanish translation updated

Version 0.7
- Favorites functionality has been added; users can click to the star button so as to select their favorites distributions.
- As soon as a new release of a favorite distribution is available, a notification pop-up is displayed.
- Notifications can be disabled using the distrowatcher settings.
- Transifex project created: https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/distrowatcher/

Version 0.6.1
- Rendering issue in case of users that use dark themes fixed.

Version 0.6
- Scrolling functionality extension; users can use middle (wheel) mouse button, to scroll against package/distro records offering a no-click navigation experience.

Version 0.5
- Scrolling bar added. So, the amount of displayable distros/packages has been expanded. Users can scroll down and view more distros and packages.

Version 0.4.1
- Translation infrastructure implemented; script to collect messages (messages.sh) created, CMakeLists.txt updated to incorporate translation files.
- Greek and Spanish translations added.
- Plasmoid descriptor (comments) added, so as to inform users regarding the purpose of the plasmoid.

Version 0.4.0
- Better integration with KDE. Coloring and highlight follow the active KDE theme.
- Distro Watcher becomes configurable. Users are able to set the refresh interval (how often, in minutes, data should be fetched from distrowatch.com), in Distro Watcher Settings -> Settings -> Refresh every (minutes).
- Issue with font size in packages section fixed. Both packages' and distributions' font size follows KDE 'Desktop' font size.

Version 0.3.0
- User interface has been completely re-designed. Icons that induced UI clutter have been removed. Current interface is much more minimalistic than the previous one.
- Navigation switch between packages and distributions screen is now accomplished via a KDE native tab bar/group.
- Code has been cleaned. From a developer's viewpoint, it is a totally new application.
- New background (white/transparent) has been added. In conjunction with resizing, icons' display has been improved.
- "Explicit fetch" feature has been removed.
- Text size and color are inherited from current theme.
- Application's icon has been changed. I opted for Tux, since it's the common point of reference for all Linux distributions.

Version 0.2
- Network unavailability management, displaying a new screen in case of network issue.
- Coloring enhancements.
- Geometry fixing.
- Display effect on change of state.
- Function i18n used for strings, enabling future translations.

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Actos SoundMenu 0.0.1 (Plasmoid Script)

Sat, 2014/02/22 - 10:38pm
ThumbnailActos SoundMenu 0.0.1
(Plasmoid Script)
Very simple Sound Menu plasmoid with volume and playback (MPRIS) controls for the current media player.

Meant to be used as a lightweight replacement for the default KMix systray plasmoid.

After installation, you can enable it in the System Tray settings, under *Extra Items*.

Would love any help:
https://github.com/ghinda/actos-soundmenu

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pdfForts 1 (KDE Filemanager)

Sat, 2014/02/22 - 12:08pm
ThumbnailpdfForts 1
(KDE Filemanager)
A bunch of bash script to make work easier in KDE/Dolphin as servicemenu entries.

You can:

- add/remove passwords to PDFs
- add/edit the bookmarks for faster navigation in PDFs
- combine multiple PDFs into one
- extract single or multiple pages from a PDF
- extract the contained text into a text file
- add/edit the meta information
- convert image PDFs into text files
- convert quality and resolution (e.g. colour 600dpi to grayscale 300dpi)
- rotate pages
- make image PDFs searchable
- stamp PDFs with document and page numbers
- add watermarks

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Audex 0.78 (KDE CD/DVD Software)

Sat, 2014/02/22 - 7:20am
ThumbnailAudex 0.78
(KDE CD/DVD Software)
Audex is an audio grabber tool for CD-ROM drives based on KDE 4.

Audex creates profiles for LAME, OGG Vorbis (oggenc), FLAC, MP4/M4A/AAC (faac) and RIFF WAVE. Please install your favorite encoder.
Of course for WAVE no external encoder is needed!
Beyond you can define custom profile, which means, that audex works together with commmand line encoders in general.

You can define extensive filename schemes. Please take a look at the documentation on the Audex webpage to see what's possible.

Some features are:
* Extracting with CDDA Paranoia. So you have quite perfect audio quality.
* Extracting and encoding run parallel.
* Extensive filename schemes.
* Filename editing with local and remote CDDB/FreeDB database.
* Metadata correction tools like capitalize etc.
* Multi-profile ripping (with one commandline-encoder per profile).
* Fetch covers from the internet and store them in the database.
* Create playlists, cover and template-based-info files in target directory.
* Creates ripping and encoding protocols.
* Transfer files with KDE KIO-Slaves.

**IMPORTANT NOTE: As LAME still can't handle unicode characters correct, Audex uses since version 0.73 eyeD3 for tagging mp3 files, if available. It is highly recommended to install eye3D on your system if you create mp3 files with Audex! **


changelog:
Changelog 0.78 (Borken release)
* Fixed google cover search
* Embed cover in FLAC files
* Minor bugfixes, code modifications and typo fixes...

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longene 1.0 rc2 (KDE System Tool)

Thu, 2014/02/20 - 12:30pm
longene 1.0 rc2
(KDE System Tool)
Linux Unified Kernel, also known as Longene[1] and informally as LUK, is an operating system kernel intended to be binary-compatible with application software and device drivers made for Microsoft Windows and Linux. In order to accomplish this, key features of the Windows kernel are ported to the Linux kernel.
Longene is written in the C programming language and is free and open source software. It is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2).
First release candidate for 1.0 version was published on December 31, 2013.[2] As it uses wineserver for unimplemented functions, many Windows programs already work well.

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translated by google.com


Written on the occasion of release of Dragon 1.0

Decao Mao

After consideration , we decided to catch up before entering the 2014 release Longjing - that is compatible with Linux kernel version 1.0 , or else with the release of version 2.0 should huddled together , because we are in research and development Longjing 2.0 has also achieved good progress .

Longjing 1.0 mentioned here , refers to the Linux kernel Wineserver move to improve the operating efficiency of Wine . In recent years , Wine has made great progress , support for Windows applications on Linux kernel compatibility and stability has improved a lot . However , Wine service process through a user-space , namely Wineserver, to provide a virtual Windows system call interface , which was grafted to the Linux system calls, after all, is a bottleneck. So will Wineserver moved into the Linux kernel , closely integrated with the kernel , it can improve operational efficiency . However, if you simply put Wineserver into a kernel thread from a user -space process , so efficiency is very limited , because that is running Windows applications still frequent thread scheduling . Therefore, the Wineserver moved into the kernel , actually means removing Wineserver, it carried out the treatment to break up the process in the context of each user . In this regard, we have now to be able to release version 1.0 of the time. Maybe now we can not say who can run on Wine to run Windows applications can be as stable as the Longjing 1.0 , but for many in terms of software we tested did have a good run. In addition , Longjing 1.0 does not require patching the kernel , and can simply be installed as a module is loaded , which makes the deployment of Longjing simplified installation , and friends who want to try Longjing is very simple .

But Longjing version 1.0 with several previously released have a significantly different . Before we put on the Windows device driver compatibility very seriously , so trying to build a Linux kernel device driver to let Windows environment looked very much like the Windows kernel . This is a few years ago is very reasonable . For example , when Intel had the slogan \"decisive battle in the living room ,\" seems Wintel camp will accomplish a great deal in terms of smart home , and this is likely to mean that the diversification of Windows device drivers , because contact with a wide variety of devices . However , over the years , but the actual situation is that the \" decisive battle in the living room ,\" probably will not happen , because the AA (ARM + Android) architecture has become mainstream, and Android is running on the Linux kernel . In this case , consider the device driver compatible with Windows becomes redundant. So, have abandoned trying Longjing 1.0 compatible Windows device drivers in the kernel approach , it is no longer our goal. For the purposes of this aspect , Longjing 1.0 can be said to some extent in the return to Wine.

However , can cross- CPU architecture on both AA and machine architecture directly across operating systems running Windows applications ? Further , can the other non- x86 -based machines , and on Linux, Windows applications can be run directly ? This is much more interesting than the drive device is compatible with Windows x86 architecture in the Linux kernel . Imagine , if you can include a variety of Windows applications , including office software based on AA tablet coat , it is not very good? Admittedly now on Android also has many good software , but for some \" heavyweight\" people are still accustomed to those applications software for Windows. This is the Longjing 2.0 goals to be achieved .

To run Windows applications on x86 architecture binary image directly on the ARM architecture , obviously have to simulation (Emulation). Interestingly , Wine is \"Wine is not an Emulator (Wine Is Not an Emulator ) \" abbreviation, while based in Longjing Wine 2.0 , but that is to be simulated . But this is not a simple simulation simulation . We all know that QEMU is an open source emulator on Linux, QEMU can run on Wine , but you can try to know unacceptably slow . In fact , QEMU interpreted ( ie simulation ) x86 instruction user space ( including Wine instruction ) , it is just a case of system calls into the Linux kernel , where is the \"original\" running at full speed . General applications are running in the user space of time , less time to run into the kernel , so very slow. But if we can push it up the line to the Win API, if we could let one run Windows applications into the Win API, namely those DLL provided by Wine, will run at full speed to \"original\" , then running speed should can significantly improve because most applications actually always spin in a DLL at runtime , and Wine those DLL is compiled into ARM mode . In this way, we can combine Wine and QEMU and put Wineserver moved into the kernel , so you should be able to achieve our goal , this is our idea of ​​Longjing 2.0 . To this end we played in 2012 on a lot of experiments . Experiments show that , at least on the clock frequency up to 1GHz ARM processor modern , this is feasible . Now, Longjing 2.0 R & D has made very good progress , like Excel, PPT such software can already turn up in the ARM development board , of course, slower speed , but acceptable. The results, we think , both for practical applications on tablets and phones , or for the CPU and operating system localization , are meaningful.

After that we will temporarily maintain two branches Longjing . One is the 1.0 branch , which is cross-operating system for x86-compatible architecture. Another is the 2.0 branch , which is for both cross-operating system compatibility and inter- CPU architecture . But this is only a transition , after a period of time or to be integrated in the 2.0 branch. This is because , with respect to our objectives , for both the Linux ( x86 architecture , whether or not the x86 architecture ) compatible with the x86 architecture of Windows, support for running Windows applications directly , it is essentially the same. On the use of technology, the former is only a subset of the latter , after the 1.0 branch of progress ( eg progress from Wine \'s ) should be also reflected in the 2.0 branch.

So please, my friends first play Longjing 1.0 , while looking forward to the release of Longjing 2.0 . Of course, we hope you will be able to participate in, and we work together.

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Kajongg 4.13.0 (KDE Board Game)

Tue, 2014/02/18 - 2:20pm
ThumbnailKajongg 4.13.0
(KDE Board Game)
Kajongg - the classical Mah Jongg for four players. If you are looking for the Mah Jongg solitaire please use the application KMahjongg.

Installing Kajongg on Windows

Download the installer from the link below.

Kajongg needs the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package.
I believe I am not allowed to include a copy in the installer.
Chances are good that you already have this installed. Otherwise
you should see a corresponding error message. You can get that
package from Microsoft here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29

Support for Windows is very new, there might be a few things missing. Still to be done:

- toolbar, statusbar, keyboard shortcuts everywhere

- application language selection. For now, the language of the installed Windows
is used. If Kajongg is not translated into that language, it is english. If you really
need to, you can edit a configuration file and select any of the available languages.


Installing Kajongg on Linux

Kajongg is part of the KDE games, your Linux distribution should bring it to you.


More

Kajongg is covered by the GNU GPL2 license - see COPYING.

Kajongg can be used in two different ways: Scoring a manual
game where you play as always and use Kajongg for the computation
of scores and for bookkeeping. Or you can use Kajongg to play
against any combination of other human players or computer players.

Kajongg currently comes with two rulesets for classical chinese, one
for rules in Germany and one for rules in England.
You can change many things in the rulesets at your will.
The rules for a game are saved in the database, so every
game could be played with different rules. Changing a ruleset
does not affect existing games.

You can always get the current source code from here:

git clone git://anongit.kde.org/kajongg
or see online here: https://projects.kde.org/projects/kde/kdegames/kajongg/repository

Please also visit http://kde.org/applications/games/kajongg/

If you want to send me bug reports, please either use the kajongg
menu commmand Help / Report Bug or mail me directly to the Mail
Address given in that bug reporting dialog. I will not follow links
to pages I do not trust like upload pages, shortlink services or
similar.


changelog:
Version 4.13 runs on Windows.

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KPrinter4 v10 (KDE Printing)

Tue, 2014/02/18 - 8:51am
ThumbnailKPrinter4 v10
(KDE Printing)
KPrinter4 is a simple stand-alone PostScript document printer modelled after the
KDE 4 print dialog. It can be used in place of /bin/lpr in order to better
control the print setup of non-KDE applications.

Main features:

* Printing PostScript documents with KDE 4 print dialog.
* Scaling and positioning of documents.
* Poster printing (backported from the known KDE 3 KPrinter tool).

Known limitations so far:

* Poster printing with multi-page documents: Only first page will be taken.

### Prerequisites

Debian Packages: psutils, ghostscript, poster

### Compile

mkdir build
cd build
cmake -DCMAKE_VERBOSE_MAKEFILE=ON -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr ..
make
(sudo) make install

### Run

build/kprinter4 --help
build/kprinter4 [options] file.ps

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virtenv 0.8.8 (KDE System Tool)

Mon, 2014/02/17 - 2:34pm
Thumbnailvirtenv 0.8.8
(KDE System Tool)
virtenv is a QT4 application that configures and starts a virtual machine based on LXC. The container is run on a copy of your current filesystem, it uses its own X server, and you can configure the type of network access you need.



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Application Name Plasmoid 2.0 (Plasmoid Script)

Sat, 2014/02/15 - 5:59pm
ThumbnailApplication Name Plasmoid 2.0
(Plasmoid Script)
A QML plasmoid which shows the application name of the focused window.

Features:
* Shows the application name of the focused windows
* Shows the activity name if no window is focused
* Optionally, it shows the window title (enable this option in the settings)
* Optionally, it shows the application icon (enable this option in the settings)
* A fixed width can be set through the settings dialog
* Font style (bold/italic/underline), family and color are customizable too
* A tooltip shows current application name and windows title

changelog:
2.0
* Add a tooltip which dispays current application name and window title
* Add the option to set the maximum width for the plasmoid
* Add an option which allows to display the activity name everytime or to completely disable this feature (Issue #4).

1.9
* Fix cmake install dir
* Add the option to set the font family through the settings dialog

1.8
* Fix the Bold setting not restored (Issue #2)
* Fix the plasmoid height in the panel
* Fix the text vertical alignment not centered
* Add the Underline text setting
* Drop the Frame element

1.7
* Added an option in the settings to show the application icon

1.6
* Fix regression. Center the text ever.

1.5
* Added an option in the settings to set the font style (bold or italic)
* Added an option in the settings to set the font color
* Added an option in the settings to set the plasmoid effect (Plain, Raised, Sunken)
* Set a minimum value for the fixed width

1.4
* Add an option in the settings panel to set a fixed width
* Downgrade KDE required version to 4.8

1.3
* Add an option in the settings panel to show the full window title

1.2
* Renamed as Application Name Plasmoid

1.1
* Show the name of the activity if there's no window focused

1.0
* First release

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Kiten QML Plasmoid 0.04 (Plasmoid Script)

Sat, 2014/02/15 - 12:35pm
ThumbnailKiten QML Plasmoid 0.04
(Plasmoid Script)
Japanese dictionary plasmoid written in QML.

This plasmoid need Kiten to be installed.

I also included kiten plasma dataengine (needed as a data feeder to plasmoid).

Prerequisite package:
- Sabayon user need to install kiten package
- Kubuntu user need to install libkiten-dev
(thanks to mu3en and cician).

Please extract the main archive.
Step to install the plasmoid:
1. Go inside kitenqml directory, then type 'plasmapkg -i .' (remove the single quote)
2. Add the plasmoid to desktop or panel using Add Widget dialog.

Step to install the data engine:
1. Inside kitenengine directory create 'build' directory.
2. Go to 'build' directory, then do 'cmake ../ -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=$(kde4-config --prefix) -DCMAKE_CXX_FLAGS=-fno-var-tracking-assignments' (remove the quote)
3. Then do 'make', and as root do 'make install'



changelog:
v0.01 - 2011 April 22:
- Initial release.
- basic search.

v0.02 - 2011 April 23:
- fixed popup cannot be redisplayed if the result query exist

v0.03 - 2011 April 25:
- implemented result sorting
- implemented search using romaji

v0.04 - 2014 February 15:
- make it compileable against libkiten in KDE 4.12

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amaroKontrol script 1.1 (Amarok 2.0 Script)

Fri, 2014/02/14 - 8:34pm
ThumbnailamaroKontrol script 1.1
(Amarok 2.0 Script)
Amarok script for android application \"amaroKontrol\" available on Google Play Store:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mv2studio.amarok.kontrol
(Paid)

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mv2studio.amarok.kontrol.free
(Free)


Application features:
- remote controls (play/pause, skip to next/previous track, volume control)
- current playlist, collection browser
- ability to add/remove tracks to/from current playlist
- lyrics (only for 10" tablets)
- 3 types of notification
- download songs from PC to device
- optimized for smartphones, 7" and 10" tablets


Default port is 8484, but it's not necessary to set it in application if you didn't change it in script.
Based on Amarok2 Android Remote script, fully compatibile with Amarok2 Remote android application. You can remove previous script and keep only this one.


Thanks to GojaN for his Amarok2 Remote script: http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=141974


changelog:
Version 1.1:

- updated version for amaroKontrol 1.1


Version 1.0.1:

- merged changes made by xyzwqt: http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Amarok+2+Android+remote+Fix?content=142683 - adding songs to playlist should work now.
- fixed bug with linebreaks in ID3 tags.
(Please update amaroKontrol android app to version 1.0.3 for proper work)

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FFMpegThumbs-MattePaint 0.4 (KDE Improvement)

Wed, 2014/02/12 - 7:39pm
ThumbnailFFMpegThumbs-MattePaint 0.4
(KDE Improvement)
The ffmpegthumbs-mattepaint is an alternative version of the standard KDE ffmpegthumbs. The ffmpegthumbs-mattepaint (0.4) is based on the ffmpegthumbs git revision 77eeb2e9.

Both the ffmpegthubs and the ffmpefthumbs-mattpaint can be installed side by side.

The ffmpegthumbs-mattepaint:

* is using the QPainter & QImage to draw the thumbnail decorations.

* is using pseudo-random number to seek the preview image (5%..95%).

* is using the ThumbCreatorV2.

* can use external images as the thumbnails.

* can use the KDE service menus to add/remove the thumbnails.

The thumbnail decorations are loaded from the image files (.png) so the user can draw own decorations.


The user decides if there will be:

* a pure image thumbnail.

* a thumbnail with the blended mime icon.

* a thumbnail with the matte picture(s).


Preview Clips:

Thumbnail decoration: http://youtu.be/MXZPEvA6rW4 .

Using KDE service menus: http://youtu.be/8Dldote6uiI.

Adding the Matroska embedded art to the thumbnails: http://youtu.be/_lqS5ww8di8.

Hand picking the Matroska embedded art: http://youtu.be/08Dzz-Vc8Ik.


Generic

The compilation is depending same development files as the standard ffmpegthumbs.

The generic compilation:

1) cd /to/the/ffmpegthumbs-mattepaint/

2) mkdir builddir

3) cd builddir && cmake .. -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix`

4) make

5) sudo make install

Compilation example:http://pastebin.com/gg82KwrU.


HowTo / Readme

A short readme is included in the archive: .../ffmpegthumbs-mattepaint-0.4/readme/readme.html


Known issues with the 0.4

- The normal (128) and the large (256) thumbnails are made separately so they can be different images. A workaround is to symlink the thumbnail subdirectories.


Only guarantee: No harm intended...

changelog:
0.4 / 2014-02-09

- Use KDE ThumbCreatorV2. Adds option enable/disable the matte pictures from the checkbox.
- An option to use all (QImage supported) images as the thumbnails.
- Example scripts to use the attached Matroska posters as thumbnails.

0.3.1 / 2013-03-27

- Remove the test build option.
- Clean the perl scrips.

0.3 / 2013-03-24

- More randomness with the qsrand().
- An option to use png images as the thumbnails.
- Example scripts to hand pick the thumbnails: Snapshot from VLC & SMPlayer, Use posters or any png image as the thumbnail .

0.2 / 2012-09-12

- Don't draw frames around the preview image.
- Use the KDE standard dirs.
- Scale the ornaments with the normal thumbnails.

0.1 / 2012-09-08

Initial release

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SABnzbp 0.2 (Plasmoid Script)

Fri, 2014/02/07 - 6:48pm
ThumbnailSABnzbp 0.2
(Plasmoid Script)
This plasmoid shows the last nzbs that you downloaded via sabnzbd; failed downloads are highlighted differently than successful downloads.

To set the plasmoid up, you'll need
* the host name where sabnzbd is running (i.e. http://192.168.178.23)
* the port that sabnzbd uses (default is 8080)
* the webapi key that is generated by sabnzbd (you'll get from sabnzb's settings).

I know that there's a lot of potential in improving the plasmoid (controlling sabnzbd, etc.), if you wanna help than feel free to modify the source for your needs.

Have fun

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Knapsen 1.0.1 (KDE Card Game)

Fri, 2014/02/07 - 9:25am
ThumbnailKnapsen 1.0.1
(KDE Card Game)
Knapsen is a schnapsen card game for KDE.

Requirements:
- Qt 4.6
- KDE 4.9

Install:
- mkdir build && cd build
- cmake ..
- make
- make install



changelog:
Knapsen ChangeLog

Since 1.0.0:
- Fix BOT when doesn't select card.
- Add homepage to the about.


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krunner-vim-sessions 0.1 (KDE Improvement)

Fri, 2014/02/07 - 3:28am
Thumbnailkrunner-vim-sessions 0.1
(KDE Improvement)
krunner-vim-sessions (available under the LGPL3 license) is a KRunner plugin to handle Vim sessions.

For more information browse the online documentation:http://docs.mornie.org/krunner-vim-sessions/


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