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I have a taskbar setting like this: (kde3 and windows)
 
I have a taskbar setting like this: (kde3 and windows)
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Start
 
Start
 
F C C
 
F C C
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and in KDE4, it is
 
and in KDE4, it is
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K  K
 
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Revision as of 21:49, 29 June 2011

YAY

Partial Solutions found

quicklaunch

KDE 4.5 quicklaunch does essentially does the minimum of what I NEED, 4.4 does not, so kubuntu needs to have KDE 4.5 ppa repositories

groupdesktop

There are some people working on making recursive grouping, we apperantly cannot call it a container...

http://osdir.com/ml/plasma-devel/2010-07/msg00392.html trunk/playground/base/plasma/containments/groupingdesktop/


Maybe there are errors or extra complications when nesting panels? because I want to make two panels, in one panel. either horizontally or vertically. and then be able to continue to nest. so a 4x4 would be 3 panels. Shouldn't take much resources... and this would allow for custom shaped items too.

http://bugsfiles.kde.org/attachment.cgi?id=41793

I have a taskbar setting like this: (kde3 and windows)

Start
F C C
O V
 
Prog1
Firef
Chrom
VMware
KDE
Dolphin
 
 
 
 
 
 
x y z
12:24pm
7/15/2010
</code>
 
and in KDE4, it is
<syntaxhighlight lang="text">
K  K
K K
KK
K  K
K   K
K    K
 
1 0 0000 1
1   0  0 1
1   0  0 1
1 0 0000 1
 
   CCCCC
 CC
 C
 C
 C
  C
   CCCC
 
</code>
(you get the idea, hopefully, the Icon from Chromium is larger than all of the program starters in windows.. (or if I had the panel horizontal they would also be small)
 
==Version 0.1==
a 4x4 grid, where application launchers are specified explicity, with no drags or drops.
 
==Version 1.0==
accept drags and drops of application icons, add rows and columns automatically. (basically emulate the kde3 widget)

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