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Dirk Fröhlich

Video Apps by rvm 494 comments

I've just built 0.3.42 and whatever you did, the file dialogs are right as rain now. Yay!

Thanks and keep up the good work.

Dirk - Apr 27 2007

Video Apps by rvm 494 comments

Other dialogs and child widgets are where they ought to be. Only the file dialog plays hide and seek, but all the file dialogs: open file, subtitle, directory ... - Apr 27 2007

Video Apps by rvm 494 comments

Happens only with smplayer. The file dialog seems to default to display :0.0, even when $DISPLAY says :0.1 - Apr 25 2007

Video Apps by rvm 494 comments

Great app, and getting better with each daily release.

Just one little problem: When I run smplayer on my second screen (TV), the file dialog opens on the first screen. Happens both with precompiled Suse packages and self compiled.

What could be the problem? - Apr 24 2007

Graphic Apps by bk12 105 comments

The ability to play videos is a neat idea, but the automatic playback gets a little annoying for directories where the first entry is a video.

Is there an option to turn this off? I didn't find any.

PS: Gwenview rocks! - Aug 24 2006

Database by robby 164 comments

What I meant was pointing tellico at the local folder where cddb information is stored and batch-importing all the files in there. That would be quite a bit easier (at least for the user) than having to insert several hundred CDs yet again.

Sorry for the late answer. - May 27 2005
KDE Control Center Ideas

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by teddy 19 comments

There are similar patches/suggestions for the Konqueror sidebar and other apps.

I think that if something like this is implemented, it should be on the theme/style level, so that by selecting an option in the theme you get the same look and feel in the konq sidebar, ControlCenter, Kontact, or wherever it would make sense. - Mar 22 2005

Various KDE Stuff by jriddell 25 comments

I tried this out on an old machine. The installation was painless and the desktop has a clean feel to it, but after the installation was complete I realized that I was never asked for a root password.
The FAQ on the kubunto homepage tells me to use the default user's password for actions that needed root priviliges, but that didn't work and neither did any of the other more or less obvious options that did come to mind.
So I was left with a basically unusable install. - Mar 21 2005

Database by robby 164 comments

This looks like a very useful app.

All I'd like to know is how to import cddb files. - Feb 19 2005

Audioplayers by amarok 574 comments

Isn't there a way to tell amarok how to generate paths in playlists? (absolute|relative|specified)

Could this be done with a dcop script? - Feb 13 2005

Video Apps
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Jul 25 2009