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jason Mansour , Germany
Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements

Amarok 1.x Scripts 23 comments

Score 50.0%
Apr 21 2007
For anyone who experiences this problem too: You need the QT bindings for Ruby (or was ist the Ruby bindings for QT?)

Anyway, under Ubuntu Edgy it's the package libqt0-ruby1.8 . - Mar 31 2007
True transparency for Konsole

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 41 comments

Score 50.0%
Nov 05 2006
yes, that would be pretty. Unfortunately I don't have enough time to work on that at the moment.

If you want to improve readability, you could try activating the blur plugin in Compiz/Beryl and using "blur full windows" or so. - Nov 06 2006
Switch user in Konqueror (mockup)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 9 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 30 2006
Yes, that would be nice. You could just drag'n'drop files somewhere, and if you don't have the appropriate rights, konqueror would ask you for your password.

Just an idea, this could be implemented very low-level in the kde file access functions. So if I would try to save a file in kwrite, for which a don't have write access, i wouldn't get an error message, but instead the choice to 'abort' or to do 'su root'. - Jul 01 2006
No, that's not the same thing. "kdesu konqueror" would open a new konqueror window with the start page. But imagine you've got a directory really deep in the filesystem, and you just want to copy a file from another equally deep nested directory there. You would at least have to copy the path and paste it in the new window. Plus, you would loose the current window configuration (split windows, custom views & toolbars, because settings are read from ~root)

By the way, in Ubuntu there is already an option in the kontext menu to open with "kdesu kwrite". - Jun 30 2006
Root (su) Konqueror

Konqueror 8 comments

Score 50.0%
Jul 01 2006
Thanks. Nice and simple :-) - Jul 01 2006