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keurocalc 1.2.3 (KDE Financial)

Sun, 2015/01/04 - 9:51am
Thumbnailkeurocalc 1.2.3
(KDE Financial)
KEuroCalc is a universal currency converter and calculator. It can convert from and to many currencies, either with a fixed conversion rate or a variable conversion rate. It directly downloads the latest variable rates through the Internet.

Added fixed rate for Lituanian litva now it joined the Euro.

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Stream from SoundCloud 0.10 (Amarok 2.0 Script)

Sun, 2015/01/04 - 5:15am
Stream from SoundCloud 0.10
(Amarok 2.0 Script)
Stream music from SoundCloud®

Currently this script has only basic features:
* Search for users by typing their username in the search bar
* Search for groups by typing the group name in the search bar with \'group \' at the beginning
* Play tracks from users and groups
* See who users follow, who follows them, their favorite tracks, and what groups they are in
* See group members, contributors, and moderators
* If using Amarok 2.8-git, then you can drag & drop users & groups from the collection tree to the search bar. Doing this in Amarok 2.8 will cause the collection tree to go blank, although you can keep using the script by clearing the search bar

Planned features (in order of planned implementation):
* Search for individual tracks
* Log into your account
* Favorite tracks
* Follow artists
* Display track comments
* Add a comment

Please report bugs in the comments here.

Known issues:
* Amarok automatically sorts everything alphabetically for service scripts, even though SoundCloud returns search results sorted by relevance and playlists in order. See
* Cannot drag & drop users and groups into the playlist. See
* Cannot search for users and groups with a colon in their name. See
* Tracks are shown to have a duration of 0:00. See
* SoundCloud sometimes returns different search results for the same search terms. This is an issue with SoundCloud, not this script

If you would like to contribute and know C++ & Qt, you can help by addressing the above issues in Amarok or the following:

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kbatsysfs 1.0.0 (Plasma 5 Plasmoid)

Thu, 2015/01/01 - 5:12pm
Thumbnailkbatsysfs 1.0.0
(Plasma 5 Plasmoid)
Sysfs Battery Plasma Widget, No need for upower/systemd and such, a simple widget to sample battery.

kbatsysfs - Sysfs Battery Plasma Widget

2014-10-06 - Version 1.1.0

* Initial implementation.

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Smb4K 1.1.4 (KDE Networking Tool)

Thu, 2015/01/01 - 2:21pm
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(KDE Networking Tool)
Smb4K is a SMB/CIFS (Windows) share browser for KDE. It uses the Samba software suite to access the SMB and CIFS shares of the local network neighborhood. Its purpose is to provide a program that's easy to use and has as many features as possible.

* Scanning for (active) workgroups, hosts, and shares
* Support of the CIFS (Linux) and SMBFS (FreeBSD) file system
* Mounting and unmounting of shares (using the KAuth framework)
* Access to the files of a mounted share using a file manager or terminal
* Auto-detection of external mounts and unmounts
* Remounting of previously used shares on program start
* Miscellaneous infos about remote network items and mounted shares
* Network search
* WINS server support
* Preview of the contents of a share
* Several methods to look up the initial list of workgroups and domains
* Default login
* Special handling of homes shares
* Ability to bookmark favorite shares and organize them in groups
* System tray widget
* Support of advanced Samba options
* Support of printer shares
* KWallet support
* Synchronization of a remote share with a local copy and vice versa
* Ability to define custom options for individual servers and shares
* Laptop support through the Solid hardware device framework
* Wake-On-LAN capabilities
* Plasmoid for desktop integration

Linux and FreeBSD are supported. Smb4K might also run under different operating systems.

The release notes and the ChangeLog can be viewed at

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Extended Systemmonitor DataEngine 2.1.0 (Plasmoid Binary)

Tue, 2014/12/30 - 10:09pm
ThumbnailExtended Systemmonitor DataEngine 2.1.0
(Plasmoid Binary)
Extended Systemmonitor DataEngine is DataEngine for monitoring GPU usage, GPU temperature, HDD temperature and with support some of music players.

NOTE PyTextMonitor now provides the DataEngine.

You may edit DataEngine configuration. It is /usr/share/config/extsysmon.conf or $HOME/share/config/extsysmon.conf depending on the type of installation. Uncomment needed line and edit it.

In Plasma widgets and plasmaengineexplorer.

tar xJf ext-sysmon-2.0.5-src.tar.xz
mkdir ext-sysmon/build && cd ext-sysmon/build
local copy
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --localprefix` -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release ../
make && make install
global copy
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release ../
make && sudo make install

* kdebase-workspace

Optional dependencies
* proprietary video driver
* hddtemp (make sure that it may be run with `sudo` without password. Just add following line to `/etc/sudoers`: `$USERNAME ALL=NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/hddtemp`)
* music player

Make dependencies
* automoc4
* cmake


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Awesome Widgets 2.1.0 (Plasmoid Binary)

Tue, 2014/12/30 - 10:07pm
ThumbnailAwesome Widgets 2.1.0
(Plasmoid Binary)
awesome-widgets (ex-pytextmonitor)


A collection of minimalistic widgets which looks like Awesome Window Manager widgets.

* easy and fully configurable native Plasma widget which may be used as Conky widget or as Awesome-like information panel
* panel which shows active desktop status
* clear Conky-like configuration with html tags support
* custom command support (it may be simple action as well as special custom tag)
* graphical item support - tooltips, bars

See links for more details.

Didn't find required feature? Just ask for it!

tar xJf pytextmonitor-2.0.5-src.tar.xz
mkdir awesome-widgets/build && cd awesome-widgets/build
local copy
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --localprefix` ../
make && make install
global copy
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` ../
make && sudo make install

* kdebase-workspace
* lm_sensors (for definition temperature device)

Optional dependencies
* proprietary video driver
* hddtemp (make sure that it may be run with `sudo` without password. Just add following line to `/etc/sudoers`: `$USERNAME ALL=NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/hddtemp`)
* music player (mpd or supported MPRIS)

Make dependencies
* automoc4
* cmake

* Homepage
* Migration to 2.*
* Custom scripts and graphical bars


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Kwave 0.8.99 (KDE Sound Application)

Sun, 2014/12/28 - 8:51pm
ThumbnailKwave 0.8.99
(KDE Sound Application)
Kwave is a sound editor designed for the KDE Desktop Environment.

With Kwave you can edit many sorts of audio files including multi-channel files. Kwave also includes many plugins to transform the audio data in several ways and presents a graphical view with a complete zoom- and scroll capability.
Supports many sound formats, playback and recording via ALSA and OSS.

0.8.99 [2014-12-28]

* GUI: implemented SDI, MDI and Tab GUI types
* bugfix: deadlock in class Track
* bugfix: segfault during shutdown of logger
* bugfix: segfault when unloading plugins (on some systems)
* bugfix: "zoom to selection" was not disabled if nothing was selected
* bugfix: toolbar buttons for cut/copy/erase/delete did not properly get
enabled/disabled on change of selection
* bugfix: overview widget did not properly refresh after deleting all tracks
* bugfix: assert in vorbis decoder when opening file with bitrate -1
* menu subsystem: added support for lists within a menu
* menu subsystem: show/hide toplevel menu entries
* menu subsystem: added support for exclusive selection (radio buttons)
* menu subsystem: let KDE chose shortcuts automatically
* added menu entry to clear "recently opened files" list
* implemented URL scheme for passing text commands from the command line
example: kwave --iconic --disable-splashscreen test.wav \
kwave:plugin%3Aexecute?normalize \
kwave:save \
* using perl scripts creating for i18n from menus.config and for getting
entries from lsm files, no longer need awk, sort, uniq
* creating menu translation template directly per perl script instead
of generated dummy cpp file (requires "msgcat")
* menu translations: assign a context to each menu entry
* bugfix: division through zero on ogg files with invalid bitrate info
* manual: added section about GUI types
* i18n: translations were missing in kwave.desktop

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Simple Shutdown Plasmoid 1.0 (Plasmoid Script)

Sun, 2014/12/28 - 4:59pm
ThumbnailSimple Shutdown Plasmoid 1.0
(Plasmoid Script)
This is a simple shutdown KDE plasmoid which raises shutdown popup when clicked.

*** Installing ***

plasmapkg -i

*** Licence ***

Copylefted by GPL v3

*** Who am i ? ***

Mehmet Özgür Bayhan

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kde-service-menu-axel 0.0.1 (KDE Service Menu)

Sun, 2014/12/28 - 1:22pm
Thumbnailkde-service-menu-axel 0.0.1
(KDE Service Menu)
this is for konqueror lovers.

it will download your stuff using axel , there are two ways :

with konsole (axel service menu)
with kdialog with cancel button (kaxel service menu)

anyway ;) you can even use it from command line in this way

kde-service-menu-axel http://myfile.iso 10

#Copyright (C) 2015 nowardev

#This file is part of kde-peace-settings.

#kde-peace-settings is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
#it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
#the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
#(at your option) any later version.
#This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
#but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
#GNU General Public License for more details.
#You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
#along with this program. If not, see .

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kde-service-menu-md5sum 0.0.1 (KDE Service Menu)

Sun, 2014/12/28 - 12:27pm
Thumbnailkde-service-menu-md5sum 0.0.1
(KDE Service Menu)
yes i know there are other md5sum
but first i have downloaded one and it doesn\'t work so ....
i did it in few times

it gives you the md5sum , and if you specify a value it can test if it\'s the same

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PyQt5 5.4 (KDE Development Tool)

Fri, 2014/12/26 - 11:20am
PyQt5 5.4
(KDE Development Tool)
PyQt5 is a comprehensive set of Python bindings for Qt v5. It is available under the GPL and a commercial license.

This release adds full support for Qt v5.4.0 including the QtWebChannel and QtWebEngineWidgets modules and the (no longer deprecated) QtXml module.

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Krossword 0.18 alpha (KDE Board Game)

Thu, 2014/12/25 - 10:01am
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(KDE Board Game)
A crossword puzzle game and editor for KDE.

It's based on KrossWordPuzzle[1] by Friedrich Pülz[2] (code from the last revision available on KDE svn[3]). The development has stopped since many years and the original author is unreachable (various attempts to contact him).
For these reasons we (Cilium[4] and me) had to fork it.

General aims of the project:
- maintain the codebase;
- simplify the code where possible aiming to port it to Qt5/KDE Frameworks 5;
- improve the user experience.

Currently it's in alpha stage with some rough edges.

You can contribute with:
- translations (currently available bs, cs, de, eo, es, et, fr, ga, gl, hu, it, mai, mr, nds, nl, pl, pt, pt_BR, sk, sv, tr, ug, uk);
- themes;
- crosswords;
- reporting online *.puz providers (even not-English ones);
- packages;
- ...

Comments are welcome.


Version 0.18 alpha 3 - 25 December 14:
- Added language support (with KrossWordPuzzle old translations. Thank you KDE translators!).
- Added a French provider (, just the free crosswords).
- Added a new English provider (
- Reworked menu layout (better organization).
- Added a new plain theme (Ink).
- Improved default theme.
- And various minor changes and fixes.

Version 0.17 alpha 2 - 15 October 14:
- More standard and simple interface (no more tabs, they weren't really useful and wasted vertical space).
- Added support for black cells/squares.
- Heavy (under the hood) reworking/rewriting of the library to simplify the code and solve some bugs.
- Ask for user confirmation for Solve and Clear answers actions (to avoid unwanted clicks).
- Removed emoticons in clue list (they were ambiguous...smiles for a potentially wrong answer).
- Using system font for the crossword view (to avoid ugly mix between themed/not themed letters with "special" characters common in many not-English languages).
- Added font color option for themes.
- Improved the background handling in themes.
- Fixed theme loading of some color options.
- Updated (to reflect the code changes) and improved the themes.
- Fixed the the congratulations message size issue with a simpler approach.
- Fixed minimum zoom for very small crosswords.
- Fixed a (not common) crash in download dialog caused by preview generation.
- Some fixes for image/pdf exporting.
- Continuing work in preparation of Qt5/Frameworks 5 porting.
- And other minor changes.

Version 0.16 alpha - 22 July 14:
- Ported to current libkdegames.
- Reworked zoom handling.
- Updated download providers for crosswords (and added some new ones).
- Now it's possible to add to library a crossword opened from file manager, etc.
- Some background rendering improvements.
- Fixed a bug on table generation in Dictionary handling.
- Tweaks to library view.
- Initial works on a Qt5/Frameworks 5 porting perspective.
- Removed old code for compatibility with Qt < 4.6 and KDE 4.3.
- Added C++11 support.

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Douban FM for Amarok 0.1.0 (Amarok 2.0 Script)

Wed, 2014/12/24 - 12:55pm
ThumbnailDouban FM for Amarok 0.1.0
(Amarok 2.0 Script)
a simple script for accessing musics on Douban FM in Amarok.

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Nootka 1.1.4-alpha (KDE Education)

Tue, 2014/12/23 - 5:32pm
ThumbnailNootka 1.1.4-alpha
(KDE Education)
Nootka is open-source application
to help with learning (also with teaching) classical score notation.
Mostly it is for guitarists,
but it can be used for ear training as well.


interactive interface to discover the rules of musical notation
exercises with possibility to create own sets
accurate method for detecting sung and played sounds
natural sound of guitars
clefs (treble, bass and others) and grand staff
analyze of results
different kinds of guitars and theirs tuning
Czech, French, German, Polish and Russian translations

Binary packages are available for Linux, Windows and MacOs

- playing/pitch detecting of melodies
- exam/exercises adjusted to play/guess melodies
- many other changes
- ported to Qt5

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cb2Bib 1.5.0 (KDE Scientific)

Mon, 2014/12/22 - 10:20pm
Thumbnailcb2Bib 1.5.0
(KDE Scientific)
The cb2Bib is a tool for rapidly extracting bibliographic references from email alerts, journal web pages, and PDF files. It facilitates the capture of single references from unformatted and non standard sources. Output references are written in BibTeX. Article files can be easily linked and renamed by dragging them onto the cb2Bib window. Additionally, it permits editing and browsing BibTeX files, citing references, searching references and the full contents of the referenced documents, inserting bibliographic metadata to documents, and writing short notes that interrelate several references.

Document postprocessing and keyword extraction have been improved. A bug that prevented proper indexing when a document conversion was missing has been fixed.

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Kate Base64 support 2 (KDE Text Editor)

Sun, 2014/12/21 - 4:54pm
ThumbnailKate Base64 support 2
(KDE Text Editor)
This script adds four new functions to the Kate Editor:

b64encode: encodes the select text or all document, if no text is selected, to BASE64
b64decode: decodes from BASE64 the selected text or all document if no text is selected.
b64xmltidy: Splits XML tags, one for each line
b64wrap80: Line wraps at column 80 the selected text or all document if no text is selected.

Made it work on Kate most recent versions.

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Gmail Feed 1.0 (Plasma 5 Plasmoid)

Sat, 2014/12/20 - 4:36pm
ThumbnailGmail Feed 1.0
(Plasma 5 Plasmoid)
Gmail Feed is a plasmoid for Plasma 5. It provides a list of your unread emails from your Gmail inbox. You also get notified when you receive new messages.

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Natrix IP calculator 2.0 (KDE Networking Tool)

Mon, 2014/12/15 - 6:35pm
ThumbnailNatrix IP calculator 2.0
(KDE Networking Tool)
Generic IP calculator tool written on Qt 4 framework with ability to calculate parameters of IPv4/IPv6 networks, and with ability to convert simple numbers from/to HEX/BIN/DEC. Supports localization with *.qm files (Qt Linguist). It\'s stylized as KDE application, since I found it pretty and simple for usage.

natrix-calc (2.0-1) trusty; urgency=medium

* Second release.
* Major changes: added IPv6 calculation and number conversion
* Added more languages: ua,cs,es,fr,ja,hu,kk,sr,sv,be,tr,fi,hr,zh,mn,it,pl
* A lot of ui and code changes and fixes

-- Svyatoslav Vorona Sat, 13 Dec 2014 03:55:11 +0300

natrix-calc (1.0-1) trusty; urgency=low

* Initial release.

-- Svyatoslav Vorona Wed, 3 Dec 2014 23:04:15 +0300

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Massif Visualizer 0.4 (KDE Development Tool)

Fri, 2014/12/12 - 8:57pm
ThumbnailMassif Visualizer 0.4
(KDE Development Tool)
Massif Visualizer is a tool that - *who would guess that* - visualizes massif data. You run your application in Valgrind with `--tool=massif` and the open the generated `massif.out.%pid` in this application. You can also compress the log with Gzip or Bzip2 and open it transparently with the visualizer.

The application consists of three parts:

# The Overview Chart

The first thing you will notice is a nice chart that displays the same as e.g. `ms_print` does in Ascii-Art: total memory consumption over time.

What Massif-Visualizer goes further is by additionally showing the top ten most cost-intensive locations in your code as a stacked graph below the total cost. The graph also reacts on user-interaction.

This view you can use for

- checking whether your application has memory leaks
- finding too expensive peaks
- finding locations that significantly contribute to the overall memory consumption of your application

# The Snapshot Data Tree

Directly next to the above chart, you will see a tree with all of the massif data. The tree items are colored depending on their cost, with red opaque being the most interesting (peak) elements. Green/transparent items are negligible and do not add significant cost to your application.

You can also search the tree and when you select something in it, the snapshot gets highlighted in the overview chart and the call graph gets updated.

# The Call Graph for Detailed Snapshots

Massif generates a few detailed snapshots that essentially make up the tree. If you want to get an overview in a more comfortable way than the simple tree view, switch over to the detailed snapshot tab and see
the tree visualized as a call graph. Zoom in, zoom out, use the birds eye view and see what contributes to a given snapshot. Note that function calls with the same memory cost are grouped to easily find the interesting parts.

11/17/2014: Release of version 0.4.0
- multiple enhancements to the GUI
- many performance improvements

11/20/2011: Release of version 03
- translations into 18 languages
- hiding functions via context menu
- basic custom allocator support
- configurable precision of memory size display
- various optimizations and bug fixes
08/08/2011: add Mac OS X links
11/06/2010: add OBS build service
11/05/2010: Release of version 0.2
- build fixes make it possible to run on Mac OS X
- KGraphViewer is now optional
- prepare for move to KDE extragear
11/02/2010: Release of version 0.1
03/30/2010: First announce on KDE-Apps

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ZCover 0.1 (KDE Improvement)

Fri, 2014/12/12 - 2:09am
ThumbnailZCover 0.1
(KDE Improvement)
This is a concept that is functional.
I call ZCover. To me music like having ordered. All my CDs have passed to the computer for practicality. And I like to have them classified.
Some time ago I programmed this little plugin. Now I've extended at the request of friends.

When the directory that has videos or music must have a folder "ZCover" was call is active. If they are music files, each CD has to be in a folder with music files and one image that "Cover.jpg" (see the screenshot) is called. If they are video files, the cover of this video has to be within the "ZCover" directory with the same name and "jpg" format.

This is a concept that can compile and run. Foul complete to be at the desired level. Among things that I wonder if it should work:

  • 1. When I enable "ZCover" plugin must disable the plugin "folders". I wish we can mix the two features. If it is not a "ZCover" folder apply the default plugin Dolphin.

  • 2. When a "ZCover" folder files are displayed in a special view within Dolphin as a bookcase. (I know, is very typical but why not).

  • 3. Different styles of boxes by using themes. (This is easy to program)

  • 4. Metadata stored within the "ZCover" folder.

  • I would like to know your opinion of the concept and if you help me to complete the plugin 100%
    Do not forget that it is a concept.
    Instructions for compiling are in the README file.
    I added the script that I use to compile and test that uses Checkinstall.

    Thank you.

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