SEP
13
2003

KDE-CVS-Digest for September 12, 2003

In this week's CVS digest:
KJSEmbed, the KDE JavaScript implementation now supports event handlers.
KDevelop adds support for code completion databases.
Kexi now has a PostgreSQL driver.
Kopete integrates with

SEP
9
2003

KDE Traffic #64 is Out

KDE Traffic #64 has been released, with lots of news articles about KDatePicker, iCalendar, OpenOffice integration in KDE, the software patent fracas, a neat little devices applet for Kicker, a private extension for DCOP, and of course, a nice treat at the end. Get it at the usual place.

SEP
7
2003

KDE Traffic #63 is Out

KDE Traffic #63 was released this week with news about cookie problems, discussion about Cut and Copy entries in the context menu of Konqueror, usability of the Kicker window list, the proposed move of kpdf from kdenonbeta to kdegraphics and more. Read the full report at the KDE Traffic site.

SEP
6
2003

KDE-CVS-Digest for September 5, 2003

In this week's CVS-Digest: Umbrello now has a document model code generator.
Changes in menus and tab configuration in Konqueror.
Optimizations in KConfig, KMail and Konqueror. Drag and drop fixes
in KOrganizer.

AUG
31
2003

KDE-CVS-Digest for August 29, 2003

In this week's Digest: It's been a very busy week. Some new applications: Knot,
a service location server, Kickme, a lightweight DCOP messenger and event viewer,
an LDAP kioslave, KWiFiManager, for monitoring wireless cards,
the new Plastik widget style,

AUG
29
2003

KDE Traffic #62 is Out

KDE Traffic #62 was quietly released last week. A whole lot of news in this one, including some discussion on the new KPrefs, GConf2, quick tab access in Konqueror, a lot of KOffice news (beta 3 feature freeze, better support for Word 6 and Word 95), and mention of the new pim.kde.org design. Thanks Russell!

AUG
24
2003

KDE Developer's Corner: KAutoConfigDialog Tutorial

For developers waiting for all of the new goodies that KDE 3.2 will offer, here is a sneak peek at KAutoConfigDialog, in the form of a new tutorial added to the KDE Developer's Corner. KAutoConfigDialog is a class that allows a developer to easily create a configuration dialog for an application. It automatically synchronizes GUI widget values with values in the configuration file by matching keys and widgets of the same name.

AUG
23
2003

KDE-CVS-Digest for August 22, 2003

In this week's KDE-CVS-Digest: KStars is now using a new free star map and the telescope interface gains some new wizards.
KGhostview (PDF/PostScript viewer) now has a thumbnail preview.

AUG
18
2003

Aaron J. Seigo: Adding WhatsThis Help To KDE Applications

Adding WhatsThis Help To KDE Applications is the first installment in the Non-Programmer's Guide to Participating in KDE tutorial series. This series is designed to aid those who would like to participate in the KDE project, but for one reason or another can't do so by contributing source code. Fortunately, there are many tasks in KDE that don't involve writing code, and many of them don't require much investment in the way of time, either. Adding WhatsThis help in KDE is one such task.

AUG
16
2003

KDE-CVS-Digest for August 15, 2003

In this week's KDE-CVS-Digest: Kooka, the KDE scanning application, now supports
ocrad, a GPL OCR engine.
JuK gets a history playlist feature, along with
some serious optimizations.
KMenu, the KMail address selection dialog,

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