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Various Stuff

Ahh..Eric3 Bug

Various Stuff Nov 12 2006
Score 41%
41 Likes
59 Dislikes
openSUSE 10.3 splash for KDE4

KDE 3.x Splash Screens 2 comments

Score 55%
55 Likes
45 Dislikes
Feb 14 2008
It would look better if you add some black to it, for example a left vertical black bar.
Single solid color wallpapers and splashes become boring very soon. - Feb 15 2008
OS-K icons

Icon Themes 155 comments

by simoo
Score 78%
78 Likes
22 Dislikes
Sep 11 2007
As he says, this theme is not his own theme. If you like to have permission you should ask original developers.

Anyway, with your cool applications (Manecode,...), I can say use of these icons wont hurt anybody ;) - Jan 26 2007
FALF Player

Audio Apps 122 comments

Score 71%
71 Likes
29 Dislikes
Aug 14 2008
Good. Thanks.

I don't know what made you to start this project (was amarok so "difficult" that there was need for another "simple" audio player?), but seeing this project has survived is good. I must confess that I usually use amarok and really enjoy it, but sometimes I feel the need for some other features. Here are my suggestions:

1-Your player seems really light and good (I like it) but does not look nice. I think if you make it skinnable, it will attract people much more. Some skins like "ManDVD"-look are really good. Because amarok has been part of KDE (at least unofficially) I think they wont make amarok skinnable .

2-Simple, compact and nice looking buttons may be very useful for a "simple player". The arrangement and look of windows media player 11 buttons may be a good start point.

3- A good library management is needed. I dont know how WM player manage its library, but it seems it doesn't change the tags of songs;(while I change a tag using media player, other players including other windows players, wont able to see these tags. I think WM player may use an internal tag database (not writing them on song files). The advantage is you can manage the tags very fast. This maybe another benefit of a "simple" player.

4- Some innovative ideas (like what you did about "remembering of stop place" and "using tab widgets"), are really needed.

Just my two cents. If these are already implemented or I am wrong in some of my assumptions, forgive me :).
Good luck. - Dec 31 2006
Tellico

Database 163 comments

by robby
Score 86%
86 Likes
14 Dislikes
Jan 29 2019
Thanks man, very great application.

It is not long time passed from when I started working with database softwares (Kexi, OOo Base and Tellico) and finally I chose Tellico over the others for my collections. My experience with Tellico says:
1- Tellico is really fast. The slowness of OOo Base is really annoying. Tellico has better GUI (more handy) than Kexi.

2- I know that Tellico was designed for "home users" and the other choices are more professional. But Tellico completely satisfies what I expect from a good "Collection Manager".

3- But it can have some improvement. The "Custom Collection" form building is too simple. I prefer to have a little more freedom in placing the widgets where I like and changing the size of form. I understand this "little more" needs much of coding, but I think this feature is really needed.

4-A search feature over all the collection fields (or selected fields) may be useful too. I know filtering is a good way for reaching desired entries, but a search may serve better sometimes. Because you use single file saving (not a real database), I don't think it is very difficult to implement.

5- Some other features like tab browsing(opening entries in new tabs). When it comes to comparing some entries, viewing each entry in a tab is very useful.

6- (This is just a idea, not a suggestion).When a project grows and gets large or at least reach a mature point, I think it is not interesting for other programmers to come and participate. So implementing a pluggin installation feature may add other functionalities using pluggins and then, if a nice pluggin found" it can be implemented in the core code. It also has the benefit of attracting advanced users(novice programmers). I have no clear idea of what these pluggins may do, but an example maybe a pluggin written in Gambas which adds beagle search to Tellico. Th pluggin feature may be simply a command executor which runs a little program and gives it some arguments.

Anyway,I appreciate what you've done. I think it has simplify my work very much. What I suggested, is useful when you collecting some "unusual" collections, like newspaper excerpts, biographies... which a usual home user is interested in collecting them too.

Thank you and good luck. - Dec 30 2006
BasKet Note Pads

Utilities 347 comments

Score 89%
89 Likes
11 Dislikes
Oct 01 2010
Thanks

I hope this feature be implemented soon.

I am using basket 0.6.1 Beta now, and the "Save as basket archive" feature completely released me from using MS One-Note. I must confess that I found using basket much better than One-Note (my experience) and beside using as a note-keeper and diary, I use it for keeping material and notes for my thesis too!

Thanks man. - Dec 28 2006
Very great application.

I want to use it as a diary, so I prefer to make basket execution password-protected (encrypting every item is annoying). I don't know if this has been implemented somehow or I can achieve it using other tricks.

A Basket Addict! - Dec 27 2006
Ahh..Eric3 Bug

Various Stuff 3 comments

Score 41%
41 Likes
59 Dislikes
Nov 12 2006
:D :D :D

No man... I got the problem....It seems in programming "Microsoft" can not inherit "honesty".... - Nov 13 2006