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KDM3 Themes by john007 4 comments

Is there a way to implement a userlist in this (or any other) kdm-theme? - Mar 30 2005
KPager2 for Kicker

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by lucher 176 comments

When using different wallpapers for each Desktop only the one for the first is loaded on startup.

It would be great if KPager2 could save the last used thumbnails when exiting KDE and reload them when started. - Feb 23 2005
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Dolphin Service Menus by Cellardoor 27 comments

Ups, it's too early in the morning for me. I haven't read your post exactly.

I don't know of any way to only switch on/off a second X-Server on demand but if I'll find one I will tell you. - Jul 28 2004
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Dolphin Service Menus by Cellardoor 27 comments

If you look at the description under *update* you will find a solution for this. It kills the second X-Server after finishing xine (or mplayer).

It works on many Systems but not on mine (so I didn't implement it directly in the script).

Another way is to kill the second X-Server with ctrl-alt-backspace. This will free the resources it uses too and return to the first one. - Jul 28 2004
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Dolphin Service Menus by Cellardoor 27 comments

Don't you have this tearing problem mentioned here:

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?threadid=5819

I wasn't able to use Xinerama because of this. Even the solution with switching screens didn't help because my virtual consoles were unusable afterwards. - Jul 24 2004
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Dolphin Service Menus by Cellardoor 27 comments

There have been many discussions on nvnews.net about this problem (even the last post here was about it).

Maybe this thread can help you:

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=31188

If you use this solution you have to edit the Service Menu file to fit to it. - Jul 08 2004
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Dolphin Service Menus by Cellardoor 27 comments

When you follow the instructions on the page I posted you'll see the Video Fullscreen on TV with CRT switched off. In my opinion the best solution.

The 4th solution you would prefer is possible, but there are some problems with it:

The first display in your XF86Config-4 always gets the Video Overlay. If the first display is your CRT it controls the Overlay and a Video played on TV at the same time will show some annoying tearing in horizontal scrolls.

You can select your TV as first display but then your login will be on TV and I don't think you want this.

Finally I found a solution for selecting TV as first display and having the login on the CRT. Iwas able to view Videos in good Quality on TV while working on my CRT. The only Problem was that switching to the console showed a totally destroyed screen. Even after finishing X-Server I wasn't able to see anything on my CRT.

If you're interested in this solution I posted my XF86Config-4 here:

http://www.linuxforen.de/forums/showthread.php?t=82059

Take a look at it maybe it's useful for you. - Jul 04 2004
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Dolphin Service Menus by Cellardoor 27 comments

Have you looked at this page:

http://www.iofcea.de/cgi-bin/seite.pl?file=linuxtvout

It describes how to modify your XF86Config-4 in order to use TV-Out. Unfortunately it's only in German.

Only if you setup your system as described above the Service Menu will work. - Jun 30 2004
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Dolphin Service Menus by Cellardoor 27 comments

Great to hear this!

The monitoring Program is a superkaramba theme called cynapses karamba which can be found here:

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=11405 - Jun 30 2004
smpl (xmms)

Karamba & Superkaramba by roog 9 comments

I'm not sure if this is right, but sounds good to me: http://www-lce.eng.cam.ac.uk/~acnt2/code/pyid3v2/ - Mar 12 2004
smpl (xmms)

Karamba & Superkaramba by roog 9 comments

I like this theme - like many other xmms-themes for superkaramba - but there's still one thing I've never seen on any of these: The Ability of viewing the id3v2 Comment- and Cover-Tag. Maybe someone has a hint for me how to implement this. - Mar 12 2004