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Tristan  Rogers , Australia
Photo of the Day

Plasma 4 Extensions by taskstruct 67 comments

Hi. I've installed 1.2 on Kubuntu 9.10 64bit with kde 4.4. No errors in compile but when I load it I get and error saying "No Suitable Data Engines found" and there are no options to select in the providers.

Is 1.2 not working got kde4.4 (need to wait for 2.0) or am I missing something?

My ultimate end goal would be to have photos of the day from cycle every x minutes as a wallpaper (with the captions). This project looks like the best way of achieving that.

Tris - Mar 14 2010

Amarok 2.x Scripts by jwchile 48 comments

This is the thing that I've been searching for. My pc is upstairs and to be able to control it from my phone is an absolute god send. All I wanted was play/pause, next, and volume. Anything else is just yummy icing on the cake.

I'm using a HTC magic running Android and it looks and runs fine.

Browsing the Collection is a bit slow and I'd be interested to see what it looks like when you get through your "TO DO" list. Still with 20000+ tracks I think I'll always put together a playlist on the pc rather that from the phone. Adding 1 song at a time as was suggested might be useful for the odd occasion when you want to show a friend a new song.

The ability to see and update ratings would be high on my list of features that I would love to see. I have really wanted to rate my collection but am not always at my computer when listening.

Again Thanks...


- Jan 18 2010
Magic Folder

Plasma 4 Extensions by bizzl 66 comments

Wow. I don't think that I've every seen a requested feature added that fast. That's amazing. Trying out the copy to feature now. Seems to work great.

I'll test out the scripting modification soon but I cont know if I need that now.

Thanks again... You reminded me why I love KDE. - May 23 2009
Magic Folder

Plasma 4 Extensions by bizzl 66 comments

Top notch plasmoid that I'm waiting to find more uses for.

One thing that I was wanting to achieve was to be able to copy a file to a folder rather than move (so I can drag and drop finished torrents to their destination but keep them seeding from the original location).

As a suggestion for future a tick box option to copy rather than move would be really handy.

In the meantime I'm trying to have this done with a script but I can't figure out how to pass the filename to a bash script. Can anyone help?

The script:
#! /bin/bash
# Copy Script for Magic Folder - test
cp $1 ~/sandbox/test

And from the command line the following works as expected file.txt

Thanks for any assistance and most of all for a great app.
- May 17 2009

Amarok 2.x Scripts
by jwchile

Jan 18 2010
Magic Folder

Plasma 4 Extensions
by bizzl

May 17 2009
May 15 2009