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Ian ianegg
Plasma/KDE Screenshots
Wallpaper Other
Amarok Improvment/Mockup

Desktop Concepts 5 comments

by k3ks
Score 50.0%
Feb 17 2007
I used to use foobar in windows, and that allowed something similar. What I'd mainly like to be able to do is browse my collection in the playlist view while Amarok is playing a different playlist.

Having a contect menu option "Send to playlist..." would be nice. Or just drag and drop onto the tabs. - Feb 17 2007
Natural Gentoo

Bootsplash Various 17 comments

Score 70.0%
May 17 2013
Fantastic splash, exactly what I've been looking for :) - Nov 25 2006

KDE 3.5 Themes 347 comments

by PaT
Score 50.0%
Oct 01 2007
There's some problem with this style not applying to 32 bit gtk apps on a my 64 bit Gentoo system using the qt gtk engine. (gtk-engines-qt-0.7)

Plastik and other themes seem to work fine, and the only error I see when starting these apps is:

KThemeStyle cache seems corrupt!
- Aug 28 2006

KDE 3.x Splash Screens 6 comments

Score 50.0%
Jul 16 2006
Your work is fantastic. They're not the kind of splashes I'd use (I like simple geometry and abstract stuff) but they're bloody good. - Jul 17 2006
Go Gentoo Go Bootsplash

Bootsplash Various 3 comments

by kejpi
Score 50.0%
Jul 05 2006
This is an extremely nice looking theme, apart from the penguin - which looks terrible to me. Is it possible to get this without the penguin? - Jul 08 2006
Another Opera 9 Icon

Individual Icons/-sets 7 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 29 2006
I really hate this, BUT I voted it up because it's really very well done. - Jul 01 2006
Gentle System Sounds

System Sounds 13 comments

by Bi-Bo
Score 46.0%
Mar 16 2006
I concur. - May 14 2006
reason for voting down

Various Stuff 13 comments

Score 50.0%
May 13 2006
I think a less intrusive (and easier) way to impliment it might be to change the "Thank you for your vote!" bit to a polite reminder. - May 14 2006

KDE 3.5 Themes 251 comments

Score 50.0%
Feb 08 2007
Excellent, I see what you've done; my problem lays with my colour scheme.

I've had similar problems with ebuilds not liking minor changes in version- there's probably a more graceful way round it that I don't know.

Another suggestion I have is to remove the border when a window is maximised, so the content comes up to the edge.

I've also notied a strange but that's hard to explain. In Konqueror, sometimes when I move the cursor over the toolbars, the icons toggle to the pressed position. It only seems to happen in Konqueror, and usually when I've just moved the cursor over a scrollbar or a displayed icon. I can make some screenshots and possibly a video if this doesn't make sense. - Mar 20 2006
The decoration ebuild just needs renaming to match the version number, but the style one needs a minor hack due to the .1 not being appended to the workdir, so I've hosted it again

I think the colums headers looked slightly better before as they matched the colour scheme whereas they appear grey now and stand out more - is the colour changeable or is it determined by the style? - Mar 19 2006
Sorry about the tripple post!

After using the style for a while, I find that the headers for column titles look too much like buttons, and this doesn't work very well when you have a lot of them in a row. Maybe a flatter or more subtle effect would be better.

Also, is it possible to have the frame in konqueror not drawn at all, so the content comes right up to the edge. Or is that unaviodable? The reason I ask is because I like to have crystal as my windeco, with 0 border width, using shadows for definition instead - like osx. This works well with firefox, but even with your improvemnt in this area, konqueror still has a border. - Mar 11 2006
excellent work! Since I'm a gentoo user, I created a couple of ebuilds:

I'm hosting them on my desktop computer, which isn't turned on or running linux 100% of the time... - Mar 10 2006
excellent work! Since I'm a gentoo user, I created a couple of ebuilds:

I'm hosting them on my desktop computer, which isn't turned on or running linux 100% of the time... - Mar 10 2006
excellent work! Since I'm a gentoo user, I created a couple of ebuilds:

I'm hosting them on my desktop computer, which isn't turned on or running linux 100% of the time... - Mar 10 2006

System Software 1026 comments

by Sho
Score 86.7%
Mar 28 2018
update: It only occurs on the first session after yakuake is started. - Mar 18 2006
- A bug that could prevent the first line in a new session from being used up to the full width of the terminal has been fixed.

I still get this bug :(

$ yakuake -v
Qt: 3.3.5
KDE: 3.5.1
Yakuake: 2.7.4
- Mar 18 2006
I use the composite extention most of the time, and have the a default transparency set for YaKuake in "Window Specific Settings". If I have "retract when lose focus" enabled, and take focus away, then the trasparency stays the same. However, if I use the access key, it becomes non transparent the next time I activate it.

(The workaround is to use a shortcut to set the window to non transparent, then take focus away, and it goes back to normal.)

I was experimenting with forcing the window type to "Panel" to remove the shadow, so the animation won't look ugly, and noticed that when I use the access key to hide YaKuake, the shadow re-appears.

I was assuming this was a composite bug, but because the shadow reappears like that, I'm thinking that it could be something YuKuake is doing. Do you change the window type or something similar when the access key is used? - Dec 23 2005

Wallpaper Other 10 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 07 2007
I second that. Excellent work. - Feb 03 2006
Mad Penguin (Hans R. Steiner)

Various Stuff 2 comments

Score 50.0%
Apr 09 2008
The teeth and the writing at the corners are the only bad points. - Jan 24 2006

Wallpaper Other 3 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 21 2006
Why does it have to be related to Linux? KDE isn't exclusive to Linux. Maybe someone uses aMule a lot and would like a nice donkey wallpaper. - Jan 24 2006
The Purity of Power x64 black

Wallpaper Other 1 comment

Score 50.0%
Jan 22 2006
The version without the rings is a lot nicer, imo, but if you could make them into ripples, it could be pretty damn nice. - Jan 24 2006
orange flower

Nature 2 comments

by kiki9
Score 50.0%
Jan 24 2006
top marks :) - Jan 24 2006
Rotated Torus (Without the Blob)

Wallpaper Other 5 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 19 2006
Thanks, but it doesn't seem to work? (povray 3.6.1)

0:00:00 Parsing
File: torus.pov Line: 20
Parse Warning: Should have at least 2 objects in csg.
File: torus.pov Line: 20
Parse Warning: Degenerate CSG bounding box (not used!).
File: torus.pov Line: 32
File Context (5 lines):
specular 1
reflection {
Parse Error: Expected 'numeric expression', } found instead
- Jan 16 2006
Wow, it looks so much nicer without the blob thingy! You mentioned in the other version you have the source? Well I'd like a version for my screen, so if you can post the source, I can do it myself :) - Jan 14 2006
In Day

Wallpaper Other 1 comment

Score 50.0%
Jan 16 2006
That's Beautiful. - Jan 16 2006

Wallpaper Other 5 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 13 2006
Shame. Thanks anwyay! - Jan 16 2006
If you could e-mail me the original, that would be great. If it's too big for hotmail (1Mb?) I have my name at gmail too. - Jan 13 2006
Do you have a higer resolution version of this image? My desktop is 1920x1200, and this is too nice a picture to just stretch. - Jan 13 2006
3 buttons

Wallpaper Other 1 comment

Score 50.0%
Jan 15 2006
You should make these into SuperKaramba widgets. :) - Jan 15 2006

Wallpaper Other 3 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 14 2006
This looks pretty damn nice, and quite realistic from a distance... any chance of a 1920x1200 version? :P - Jan 14 2006
Bee on flower

Nature 1 comment

Score 50.0%
Jan 14 2006
Wow, this is an excellent photo, and it makes a good desktop, too :) - Jan 14 2006

KDE 3.x Window Decorations 541 comments

Score 58.0%
Feb 01 2009
I've seen terminals with composite backgrounds and opaque text, so it is possible at least. I think they had to draw the text twice, or have 2 drawing stages for it to work though.

Another use for my suggestion for pseudo-transparency is that users could have custom effects through the borders - like plastic wrap or mosiac in addition to the existing brighten, intensify etc.

If you do split off a composite version, I'd be happy to beta test (as well as, I think, everyone else! :)) - Jan 14 2006
I posted a screenshot to demonstrate what I mean. - Jan 13 2006
I think a nice feature to add would be to use a different background other than the desktop.

I don't use crystal's transparency, as KDE allows me to make the windeco transparent with composite, but if I could use a frosty noise pattern as the background for crystal, the combination of composite and crystal's blending would be a very nice effect.

Obviously, I could just set the desktop to the pattern, but it wouldn't make a very nice background :) - Jan 13 2006
Just noticed the new version as it was just added to Gentoo's Portage so am compiling as I speak.

Thankyou for removing the small maximised border. That annoyed me quite a bit, and now it's gone, will save me a lot of frustration.

I have to say, even without the excellent transparency and added shortcuts, this would be the best window decoration. I think it's great.

My only wish would be transparency using the composite extention ;) Maybe with KDE 4's support for composite, something like that will be more of a realistic idea. - Aug 06 2005
Crystal + Composite suggestion example

Plasma/KDE Screenshots 7 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 13 2006
I had similar problems, so I only use composite for the shadows (instead of window borders, ala OSX), for fading in and out and to make everything a bit smoother. Stability is gradually improving.

I thought of this though, because it's always nice to show off ;) - Jan 13 2006
Yeah, I did that in my screenshot ;) Just the text looked like it was blurred - it may just be antialiasing? - Jan 13 2006
Looks very Vista like :)

I noticed the window title looks a bit blurred, what exactly did you do for the blur? - Jan 13 2006
Rotated Torus

Wallpaper Other 4 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 13 2006
Same here, very nice apart from that orange thing ;) - Jan 12 2006

Karamba & Superkaramba 74 comments

Score 50.0%
Dec 13 2007
I think it would be worth it, as users with high DPI could decide if they want to put up with small fonts, or less information. For me, just a small increase in font size makes it a lot easier to read.

Maybe it's not that important right now, but I imagine screen resolutions will increase as time goes on, so it might be useful for the future. - Jan 02 2006
Would it be possible to add different font sizes to the configuration? I have a high resolution display, so I usually have to change the font size after every update so I can read it. (xorg DPI seems irrelevant.) I add 1 to 3 to the text sizes, meaning there's less variation in the fonts, but if I make certain ones too big it results in clipping. So it might require a bit of work, but something like Normal and Large would be good, maybe Larger or Extra large too for people with even higher DPIs.

I'm willing to try and implement this myself and send you a patch, but it would probably take me a long time, as I don't really get superkaramba scripting. - Jan 02 2006

Amarok 1.x Scripts 274 comments

Score 58.0%
Oct 20 2007
WOW! Amazing response time, thanks! It's not the ultimate lazy man's solution, but it makes life a lot easier :)

I had a breif look through the amarok scripting wiki, and it looks like amarok doesn't notify of inessential details, so I assume what I suggested would currently be inpossible? - Dec 30 2005
A feature that would be very useful (for me at least) would be an option to automatically switch between Album and Track mode depending on wether Random Mode is on or off.

I mostly listen to random tracks, but I often like to listen to a whole album, and changing it every time can be a bit of a pain. - Dec 29 2005
Excellent! Thanks very much for your help. - Dec 22 2005
I saw that in the todo list. Will it handle albums properly?

I treid scripting it, but I'm not sure how to get it to skip already tagged files, and I'm not sure how to get it to recursively go through all my folders. - Dec 21 2005
This is an amazing script and it just keeps getting better. When I moved to Linux from Windows, Replaygain (and many other Foobar features!) was very difficult to live without, until I discovered this gem.

I'd just like to know if it's possible to dump a list of tracks that haven't had replaygain applied? Foobar could just go through the collection and do it all for me, but manually sorting through my mess of music folders to check each album is a PITA. - Dec 19 2005

Audio Extractors/Converters 606 comments

Score 87.6%
Oct 01 2017
I added an ebuild for 0.2 beta1 to gentoo bugzilla.

I don't really know what I'm doing, but I may as well post it if I'm making it for myself :) - Dec 28 2005
I didn't notice these comments at first, and I found an ebuild reguest on Gentoo Bugzilla

Not knowing much about ebuilds, I posted Peter's there, then added a patch with the ~amd64 keyword and adjusted it to compile with -arts (probably bad/ugly.)

Maybe your kde_src_compile solution would be better, gimpel. - Nov 25 2005
Yakuake Gentoo ebuild

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 15 comments

by faust
Score 50.0%
Oct 19 2005
Sometimes I forget I can't use shift + the cursors to select text in a console, and I was rebuilding my entire system the other day, and needed to copy a large chunk of text but ended up cancelling the script (emwrap) I had running in another tab and it wouldn't resume, so I had to figure out where it was up to and emerge the remaining 200+ packages manually! :(

Just thought I'd share my tale of woe. Excellent app. - Dec 14 2005
Bluetooth Remote Control for Amarok

Audio Apps 11 comments

by asdex
Score 50.0%
Feb 13 2005
Would it be possible to port the XMMS plugin to Amarok as a script? - Nov 26 2005