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Folderview Screenlet



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Folderview Screenlet

Folderview Screenlet

Folderview Screenlet

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Submitted:  Apr 15 2009
Updated:  Aug 7 2010


I had a litle time using kde and one thing i love is the folderview applet, i took Julien Lavergne version made some nasty improvements and here it is...

the folderview screenlet

you need screenlets 0.1.2


0.4.6 - scaling
0.4.7 - sorting
0.4.8 - drop support
0.4.9 - better font drawing
0.5.1 - Now called folderview instead of folderviewclone
0.5.2 - Lots of improvements , including proper icon handling , speed optimizing , and bugs , also blame your icon set if its slow...
0.5.3 - even better icon handling
0.5.4 - support for .desktop files
0.5.5 - Removed glib dependency
0.5.99 - vertical expander better icons
0.6.1 - Font change now works, also some scalling issues fixed
0.6.2 - Font styles and sizes now works
0.6.3 - Now has the ability to easily export/save you own theme/look
0.6.4 - fixed bug in default theme
0.6.5 - optimized spacing
0.6.6 - speed optimizations , file/folder exclude list
0.7 - added a scrollbar (its a bit slow when in scrollbar mode i dont know why ill try to fix it)
0.7.1 - some improvments (i dont know if the scrollbar mode is only slow on my rig i would apreciate some feedback)
0.7.2 - more improvments
0.7.3 - speed improvments
0.7.4 - bug fix in lauching file
0.7.5 - bug fix for karmic not having gnomedesktp module
0.7.6 - Only monitors visible files now (slowness on home folder stoped), you can scroll in scrollbars with mouse scroll button and some bug fixes
0.7.7 - Bug fix
0.7.8 - Bug fix
0.7.9 - Added thumbnail support (when available)
0.8.0 - speed improvement of the thumbnails
0.8.1 - bug fix - tooltips always on back
0.8.2 - Bug fix
0.8.3 - Bug fix
0.8.4 - Bug fix
0.8.5 - better tooltips , changed thumbnails to gio, begging implementing context menus... if someone can tell me how to copy files with gio ...
0.8.6 - Bug fix
0.9 - Full drag and drop support
0.9.1 - Fixed bugs, can only drag files if locked, added background image
0.9.2 - Basic context menu
0.9.3 - Bug fix
0.9.4 - Ability to only show by extension, and drop multiple files
0.9.5 - Allows to right click open with
0.9.6 - Code cleanup, support for file paste
0.9.7 - Bug fix, and scroolbar theming
0.9.9 - lots of bug fixes, new version is a rewrite, you need to purge the old version config and delete any old versions on you system

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 by sceazy on: May 10 2009
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Not sure if this has been fixed already or is even effecting other people, but the screenlet, when setting the height apparently sometimes saves it the config file as a float instead of a int, and that seems to keep the screenlet from starting.

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 Re: Bug

 by darkmusic on: May 14 2009
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any idea how to fix this? i freekin love this screenlet, but it won't work after i log out and log back in.

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 Cant save window settings

 by blablum on: May 13 2009
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Window settings are forgotten every time I restart folderview. (I mean lock, sticky, widget, keep above, keep below).

I'm using Scr1.2 and FV0.5.8.

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 Re: Cant save window settings

 by Emperor1982 on: May 13 2009
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I have the same problem

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 Re: Cant save window settings

 by d0od on: May 17 2009
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This must be a jaunty problem as i have the same problem with several other screenlets.

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 Re: Re: Cant save window settings

 by dtmonterrey on: Aug 6 2009
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Probably, here i'm using intrepid and no problems...

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 by techshit on: May 18 2009
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It would be nice if we can sroll when there are too many items in the home folder

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 by sethkha on: May 23 2009
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screenlet worked after installing transset. Before that did nothing (gnome without compiz).

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 by Asagrimmr on: Jun 5 2009
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As already someone said before me:

The whole purpose of having a Folderview applet on the desktop, is, that it takes less space, because its content can be scrolled.

In this form it's just a fancy transparent background for your desktop icons, taking even more space than normally, because of the header.

Shorter said: It needs a scrollbar.

Another thing: the "default" theme is empty. Only author information. We do not know how to make another style, because we do not see any variables.

Despite the lack of these 2 functions it's still a great screenlet, because it keeps the icons you want to see on your desktop, aligned.

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 Re: suggestion

 by Whise on: Jun 5 2009
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if someone can code a scrollarea in cairo please let me know, also you can change all the aspects of the theme in the options

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 drop support - move vs. copy?

 by cbraddock on: Aug 12 2009
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Thank-you! for this. It basically completes my transition from XP to Ubuntu! (was using Stardock Fences)

Is there a way to make the drag/drop functionality more flexible? Maybe ctrl+drop or right-click+drop to get a menu to allow MOVE (vs copy what it seems to be doing now) and maybe even an option to create a link instead?

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 Re: drop support - move vs. copy?

 by howil on: Jan 29 2010
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another vote for real drag+drop
as I see now there is only something like copy realized.
So a 'move' pressing e.g. shift would be great.
Also the context menu with a 'delete this file' - option would be nice.

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