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openSUSE 10.3 splash for KDE4

KDE 3.x Splash Screens 2 comments

Score 50.0%
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

Full Icon Themes 155 comments

by simoo
Score 58.2%
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 50.0%
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

Database 163 comments

by robby
Score 75.3%
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 77.3%
Oct 01 2010

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 50.0%
Nov 12 2006
:D :D :D

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