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Folderview Screenlet

   0.9.9  

Screenlet

Score 78%
Folderview Screenlet
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Folderview Screenlet
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Folderview Screenlet
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Downloads:  58032
Submitted:  Apr 15 2009
Updated:  Aug 7 2010

Description:

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




Changelog:

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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 Coming along well

 
 by McIvor on: Oct 22 2009
 
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I started using this somewhere around 5.5, loved where it was headed but not where it was at. I'm really impressed with how far it's come since then; you, sir, are a prince among widgetmakers.


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 Re: Coming along well

 
 by Whise on: Oct 22 2009
 
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thank you


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 Very gooooooood :-)

 
 by dodjob81 on: Oct 26 2009
 
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Hi there,
I'm using your screenlet and let say that I'm quite happy with it ;-)
I have a few proposal.. I mean it's only what a total noob-end-user would really like to have in your applet ;-)
So the first thing would be to have a "context menu" with copy/delete or property option on the files present in the folder. (it may already be included but as I'm a real noob I didn't found it..)
The second and not the least would be to have the possibility to have your folder with a "roll option" So that the user only had to pass his mouse on the side of the screen and then the folderview appear from the side of the screen where it is attached (sticked).
Hope that you don't think that I mean that your screenlet is incomplete, I have installed it and I'm really not ready to remove it :-)))
Have a nice day and thanks for your work!!


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 omg ty

 
 by kaeltas on: Oct 26 2009
 
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thx man i love this screenlet looks amazing on my desktop

thx for share man! you are doing a great job


kaeltas ;)
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 Re: omg ty

 
 by Whise on: Oct 26 2009
 
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thank you guys for the comments, im adding the context menu... slowly i dont understand how gio handles files yet


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 Re: Re: omg ty

 
 by dodjob81 on: Oct 28 2009
 
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Hi Whise,
Thanks again for your work :-)
I have only a little problem (I really don't want to take your time.. but it's quite annoying :-P)
Actually I would like this screenlet to stay under everything. Sometimes it shows up and (this is the worse) I have it on the top left corner of my desktop. When I copy a new file on my Desktop it's puting this file under the screenlet... Is there any way to avoid this?
Have a nice day!
Dodjob


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 Really good, except...

 
 by MadnessRed on: Oct 27 2009
 
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I really like this screenlet, its great. Makes my desktop a lot tidier.

Just a few things though. Would it be possible to have so that if you double click on the screenlet it upons the folder.

Also when you have a launcher the names go a bit weird. I have a look at the python code but I don't really know gObject which is how you seem to be doing it. Any chance of this being sorted?

This is a really great widgit though. Congrats.


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 Re: Really good, except...

 
 by Whise on: Oct 28 2009
 
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weird how?


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 Re: Re: Really good, except...

 
 by MadnessRed on: Oct 28 2009
 
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I think, it uses the filename of the launcher, not the "name" inside the launcher.

I think a screenshot is easier than trying to describe it.

http://madnessred.co.cc/anthony/Screenshot-12.png


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 Re: Re: Re: Really good, except...

 
 by Whise on: Oct 28 2009
 
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check the latest please


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Really good, except...

 
 by MadnessRed on: Oct 29 2009
 
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ok, will post back in a bit.
Interestingly when I investigated further, its only the ones that I have added from the main menu that are weird. The ones that the installed made themselves are fine.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Really good, except...

 
 by MadnessRed on: Oct 29 2009
 
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did I read drag and drop support ??!! :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Really good, except...

 
 by Whise on: Oct 29 2009
 
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yeah , you can drop files onto it,
and you can drag files out into nautilus (only if screenlet is locked in place)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Really good, except...

 
 by MadnessRed on: Oct 29 2009
 
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Can I drag files in it into an folder in it.

eg if I have a folder called games on my desktop
and I have my screenlet showing the folder desktop. purely from the screenlet can I drag a file into stuff?
yes it is locked.



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 Odd behaviour after add/delete

 
 by RavisPohan on: Oct 29 2009
 
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Hi! I have been using this screenlet for several months now and I love it, especially since the scrollbar was added.

I just have one small issue. Whenever I add or remove a file or folder from the directory displayed in FolderView, the files and folders disappear on mouseover; that is, when the mouse is over the files themsenves (when it's just over the screenlet itself they are still visible, and they reappear as soon as the mouse leaves the files). The behaviour returns to normal as soon as I scroll up or down.


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 Re: Odd behaviour after add/delete

 
 by Whise on: Oct 29 2009
 
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fixed


GnoMenu needs your theme!!! GnoMenu 2.0 is looking for a brand new theme, and it could be yours, send your work to us. https://blueprints.launchpad.net/gnomenu/+spec/new-theme

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 Re: Re: Odd behaviour after add/delete

 
 by RavisPohan on: Oct 29 2009
 
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Thanks. You rock.


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 Backgrounds

 
 by SpecKtacle on: Oct 29 2009
 
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Are there any plans to implement a feature that allows the user to use an image instead of just choosing a color for the background of the applet?

I think that'd be awesome. :)


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 Re: Backgrounds

 
 by Whise on: Oct 29 2009
 
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done


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