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karye

Karim Ryde
System Software
Skulpture

Plasma Widget Styles 369 comments

Score 77.8%
Jul 31 2017
Hi!

I played around in Photoshop ;-)

1. A suggestion for the scrollbar & handle: http://foto.kuroo.org/snapshot3.png (there are .psd and .pdf files in http://foto.kuroo.org too)

2. I even touched up the tree view where I find the dots too marked (black)

Cheers! - Mar 25 2009
You've done a terrific job here.
Sculpture i clean, sharp and faster then Oxygen.

However there are some glitches I've noticed. I don't know if they are by purpose or not.

See these screenshots:

1. http://foto.kuroo.org/snapshot1.png
- When viewing columns i Dolphin the 3D effect is lost. See the arrow for "1"
- Arrow "2"; The highlight/selected item is left with a 1px blue underline. Maybe it's a refresh problem.

2. http://foto.kuroo.org/snapshot2.png
In my personal view the scroll handle looks very similar to buttons which is confusing.

Tanks once again for this kde4 style! - Mar 22 2009
You've done a terrific job here.
Sculpture i clean, sharp and faster then Oxygen.

However there are some glitches I've noticed. I don't know if they are by purpose or not.

See these screenshots:

1. http://foto.kuroo.org/snapshot1.png
- When viewing columns i Dolphin the 3D effect is lost. See the arrow for "1"
- Arrow "2"; The highlight/selected item is left with a 1px blue underline. Maybe it's a refresh problem.

2. http://foto.kuroo.org/snapshot2.png
In my personal view the scroll handle looks very similar to buttons which is confusing.

Tanks once again for this kde4 style! - Mar 22 2009
Kuroolito

System Software 3 comments

by karye
Score 50.0%
Sep 13 2007
Oops! It is fixed now. The tarball is accessible now. - Sep 15 2007
Kuroo

System Software 120 comments

by karye
Score 58.0%
Sep 06 2007
Nice!
Unfortunately Kuroo is not actively developed for the moment due to lack of spare time... - Feb 10 2007
Good idea!
Unfortunately Kuroo is not actively developed for the moment due to lack of spare time... - Feb 10 2007
No the current release does not. - Feb 10 2007
Fixed in revision 900+ of kuroo-svn. - Mar 28 2006
Revision 871+ kuroo-svn respect kde color themes. - Mar 28 2006
Missed one ... try again with rev 839. - Mar 14 2006
Plz try rev838 of kuroo-svn. - Mar 14 2006
Plz use the new updated ebuild for kuroo-0.80.0_beta2. - Feb 28 2006
Tarball updated! Plz try again. - Feb 27 2006
For beta1 you need to follow the installation instructions. - Feb 18 2006
Basket is an innovative and very usefull app :)

Well, no plans to introduce kuroo to other distros. Time is so limited :( - Feb 18 2006
The decoration is Powder. - Feb 08 2006
This is the beta1 release.
The 24h limit bug is noted... - Feb 08 2006
The watcher has just been released:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=110914 - Dec 08 2005
Don't know what is causing this. - Nov 04 2005
Good point. Added in todo list. - Nov 04 2005
I meant ... suppose you had that feature, how would it look like? How would like to work? - Oct 09 2005
Time, my friend, is of so short supply ;-)
Yes, I have thought of that feature too. Usability, increasing performance and old feature request are on the table for now.
Plz elaborate... - Oct 09 2005
I guess you don't have rssservice running.
Launch kdcop and check. - Oct 06 2005
No, kuroo does not require esync nor esearch anymore.
Regarding the watcher, check the settings to see if you right kuroo "home" path.
Plz try kuroo-0.70.0 which was released today. - Sep 09 2005
Plz try latest release 0.70.0_beta2. - Aug 18 2005
I'd like to complete some intense development in kuroo before doing such a request... - Jul 09 2005
Kool! I'll look into KPart when time allow :-) - Jun 27 2005
Hi!

You should sync Portage first ... press "sync" button in the "All" tab.

Cheers! - Mar 28 2005
package.mask, package.unmask, package.keywords, package.use and make.conf are accessible in the settings! - Nov 23 2004
Hi!
What exactly do you mean?
Maybe I missed that development... - Nov 23 2004
Thanks for your feedback!
In next guitoo release, packages will be checked by default, and there will be an "Add all" button.
The last popup asking for confirmation should be there, since emerge will result in a system change.

I still think a package queue is useful.
The purpose is to allow the user to browse for packages, add them to the queue, and go back to the Portage Tree and browse for some more packages to emerge.
The user can repeat these steps till he/she has found all packages to emerge.
Then when satisfied, launch the emerge process. - Oct 13 2004
The time consuming part when emerging is the compilation of the source.

The Gentoo docs recommed you to do an "emerge -pretend" before, to get feedback of which packages will be emerged to satisfy needed dependencies.

The purpose of the "emerge queue" is to collect all packages before launching any lengthy emerge process. - Oct 07 2004
Nice you like it!

1. Guitoo-0.46.0 doesn't look in portage overlay yet. Will come in next release.

2. Quite complicated to do. Need to restart app with new user to achieve that!

3. Cleaner output coming in next release. Correct, it shows only info for the package at the bottom of the list.

What do you mean by "RMB menu broken"? - Sep 26 2004
This is a known bug in qt-3.3.2.
Please see http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic.php?t=220728&highlight=guitoo

Good luck! - Sep 22 2004
Thanks!

You can reach me at karye@users.sourceforge.net. As it says in the header of guitoo ;-)

A small hickup was introduced. When the tarball was created my computer's date was wrongly 21/9 not 20/9 as it should.

This should correct itself as of today! - Sep 21 2004
How would you have it? :-) - Sep 08 2004
Yakuake

System Software 1025 comments

by Sho
Score 86.7%
Mar 28 2018
It would be very nice if the tabs could be defaulted to show the shell prompt.
As I often open several tabs to different servers I need to change the tab name to "Server1", "Server2" etc. to know which tab correspond to which console.
Yakuake is indeed a killer-app :-)
- Oct 29 2006
KDiff3

Developers Apps 26 comments

Score 58.0%
Sep 03 2011
Can KDiff3 apply patches? - Oct 12 2005