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jeremy paviluf
Monokai

Kate 6 comments

Rating: 6.0
Apr 28 2014
Ok :(
Thank you. - Aug 28 2016
Oops, I forgot the bug report on kde to centralize it:

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=367928 - Aug 28 2016
Hello,

What do you think of joining forces, with others that have also made a Monokai theme, to make a really perfect Monokai theme for Kate ?

Thanks ! - Aug 28 2016
Thank you for this theme ! - Apr 30 2014
Thermal Monitor

Plasma 5 Monitoring 64 comments

Rating: 7.6
Sep 08 2017
It could be great if you update the description to explain how to install the plasmoid, because it's not clear. For exemple you can say that, now we have thermal-monitor.plasmoid, Thermal Monitor can be installed from "Add widgets..." -> Get new widgets -> Download new plasma widgets. You can also say that the "compilation installation" is optionnal since it can be installed from "Add widgets...". - Jun 27 2015
Awesome, I will try it when I will switch to Plasma 5 !

Thank you - Jun 16 2015
Weather Widget

Plasma 5 Weather 132 comments

Rating: 7.8
Oct 06 2017
Thank you for adding some others weather providers !

It could be great if you update the description to explain how to install the plasmoid, because it's not clear. For exemple you can say that qml-module-qtquick-xmllistmodel and libqt5qml-graphicaleffects are required. You could also say that, now we have weatherWidget.plasmoid, weatherWidget can be installed from "Add widgets..." -> Get new widgets -> Download new plasma widgets. - Jun 27 2015
Do you think it's possible to add some other providers like http://www.accuweather.com/ because yr.no is not very accurate, at least for Bordeaux, France. - Jun 16 2015
OK I make it work. There was a little error, at least for kubuntu, on the instructions :

1) Download the source (weather-widget.zip)
2) Unzip
3) Copy folder plasma-applet-weather-widget-master/org.kde.weatherWidget to ~/.local/share/plasma/plasmoids/ (so you will have now existing folder: ~/.local/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.weatherWidget/ with some stuff in it)
4) Copy file plasma-applet-weather-widget-master/org.kde.weatherWidget/metadata.desktop to folder ~/.local/share/kservices5/ and rename it as you like (e.g. weatherWidtget.desktop)
5) Restart plasma (e.g. by logging out and in again)
6) Now try to add the widget. Its name is "Weather Widget" in Widgets selection. - Jun 10 2015
Hello,

I can't make it work on Netrunner 16 (Kubuntu 15.04 derivative)

I followed the instructions of clearmartin and installed qml-module-qtquick-xmllistmodel and libqt5qml-graphicaleffects but I have this error :
- Can't find org.kde.weatherWidget - Jun 07 2015
Awesome Widgets

Plasma 5 Add-Ons 64 comments

Rating: 7.6
Aug 03 2017
I make it works. It needed to install this :

$ sudo apt-get install cmake extra-cmake-modules build-essential qtbase5-dev libkf5windowsystem-dev libkf5service-dev plasma-framework-dev qtdeclarative5-dev libkf5notifications-dev - Jun 11 2015
Hello,

I can't make it work on Netrunner 16 (Kubuntu 15.04 derivative)

I followed the instructions but I have this error:

Could not find a package configuration file provided by "Qt5" with any of the following names:

Qt5Config.cmake
qt5-config.cmake

I tried with -DKDE_INSTALL_USE_QT_SYS_PATHS=ON but that don't work too - Jun 07 2015
thermal-plasma4

Plasma 4 Widgets 15 comments

Rating: 7.0
Dec 03 2014
Any news on thermal-plasma for kde 5 because it's start to be available. - May 22 2015
Or maybe keep thermal-plasma4 for plasma 4 and make thermal-plasma5 for plasma 5 - Mar 08 2015
Great ! Maybe that can help you https://community.kde.org/Plasma/PortingQMLPlasmoids

It will be good if you can keep the compatibility with plasma 4 in addition to plasma 5 because plasma 5 is not as good as plasma 4 for now, it need a few more month. - Feb 25 2015
It will be great if you can port this awesome plasma applet to KDE Plasma 5 - Feb 21 2015
Thank you very much ! - Dec 03 2014
Hi,

Thank you for your work but can you provide a plasmoid or a deb for Ubuntu ? - Dec 02 2014
plasmoid-hwmon

Plasma 4 Widgets 15 comments

Rating: 5.8
Mar 07 2014
The CPU temp is incorrect on my system.
I see you get the CPU with temp1 :
sensors|grep 'temp1'|cut -d: -f2

But for me the real temp is that one : Physical id 0

It will be good if you can make that detection automatic like in Simple CPU Sensor

http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Simple+CPU+Sensor?content=135310

Thank you - Oct 14 2014
Rating: 6.0
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