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Felix Berger
noatun-normalize

Audio Apps by bflat1 7 comments

Hi,

could you please give me the list of instructions you performed for compiling?

In case you did:

./configure [--prefix=...]
make
make install

please try to create the configure file yourself by calling

make -f Makefile.cvs

in the top source directory. Then try the steps above again.

Hope that helps,
Felix - Jan 22 2006
ktexteditor - emacsextensions

Text Editors by bflat1 18 comments

For this to work I would have to find out what the last executed command was.

Unfortunately I couldn't find a way to do it. I tried using the undo count, but this is too fine grained and seems to also change when you move the cursor between two kill-region commands.

:-( - Aug 05 2005
ktexteditor - emacsextensions

Text Editors by bflat1 18 comments

Yes, it does. As of now I just ignored concatenating coalescent kill-regions in the kill-buffer.

But now that someone caught me ;-), I'll have a look how difficult it would be to mimic Emacs' behavior with respect to this. - Apr 12 2005
ktexteditor - emacsextensions

Text Editors by bflat1 18 comments

Done :-)

The action will only be available in libkatepart versions < 3.4 since the katepart supports it in 3.4 itself. - Apr 05 2005
ktexteditor - emacsextensions

Text Editors by bflat1 18 comments

> Maybe you can even add some NEdit
> niceties like 'strip wite space' or
> 'interprete selected text as file
> name and open' or wyswyg moving of a
> text selection?

Thanks for interest.

If you could point me to some exact specification of these features and I find them useful I might add them.

Please keep in mind, that the plugin should only depend on the KTextEditor::... interfaces documented at:

http://developer.kde.org/documentation/library/cvs-api/interfaces/html/namespaceKTextEditor.html

This confines most features to non-GUI functionality. - Apr 01 2005
noatun-normalize

Audio Apps by bflat1 7 comments

> I am using SuSE 9.2 Professional.

I could also provide an rpm package converted from the Debian package.

If you would be so kind as to test it, I could find out if this makes sense as I don't have access to a SuSE box. - Apr 01 2005
noatun-normalize

Audio Apps by bflat1 7 comments

> First a suggestion: Remove absolute
> path in line no.15 in
> gaineditorwidgetbase.cpp

Thanks for pointing this out, this is also in the gaineditorwidgetbase.ui from which the cpp file is generated. This must have slipped in when adding the separator widget from qt designer.

> How should your plugin be used? When
> I insert "NoatunNormalize" effect
> nothing usual happens and when I
> load your plugin it does not show
> any option.

The normalize effect should not be used directly as of now. When the plugin is loaded it activates the effect and feeds it with the correct gain adjustments automatically.

To check if your setup works, activate the plugin and play a song. Then do one of the following:

1. If it's an ogg vorbis file having a vorbisgain (replaygain) tag, just open the gaineditor and see if the gain adjustment value is shown correctly.

2. Otherwise wait a bit for normalize or vorbisgain to have computed the gain adjustment and open the gain editor then, the value should be displayed.

Change the value in the gain editor dialog to see if it works. The gain editor can be reached from the actions menu that is in the context menu of the noatun interface.

I hope this helps, don't hesitate to ask again. - Apr 01 2005
ktexteditor - emacsextensions

Text Editors by bflat1 18 comments

I'm glad you worked it out.

Ctrl-K is not fully compatible to Emacs's kill-line yet when you call it at the end of a line. The new line character should be removed then. This will be fixed in the next release.

Regards,
Felix - Mar 15 2005
ktexteditor - emacsextensions

Text Editors by bflat1 18 comments

Done.

I don't use it myself, but if it advertises the actions and their shortcuts better, it won't harm.

Felix - Mar 12 2005
ktexteditor - emacsextensions

Text Editors by bflat1 18 comments

Thanks for the feedback!

Yes, that was the correct solution. I was going to write some documentation about that, but haven't come around to doing it yet.

The Emacs kill-line deletes from the current point to the end of the line and also puts the deleted content into the clipboard and kill-ring as opposed to Kate's implementation.

I haven't used the plugin in long editing sessions yet, so more subtle discrepancies from Emacs' implementation might have gone unnoticed. If you notice minor annoyances like the the wrong text being yanked, or yank-popped, let me know.

Regards,
Felix - Mar 12 2005
iList

Audio Apps by bflat1 3 comments

Hi,

thanks for the positive feedback. This is highly appreciated, since we haven't heard much from any users yet.

I'll have a closer look at that code, maybe you could check how big your history playlist is (number of items).

I also would like to know if you're unhappy with the restoring of the playlists in general or if it's just the last 5 seconds that seem to be spent for restoring the history playlist.

Opening a bug report is a good idea too so this issue won't be forgotten.

Felix Berger - Feb 23 2005