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Marcel Hilzinger
Wacom Control Panel

System Software by qb89dragon 303 comments

Your tool is great, but why do you expect, that there exists an /etc/X11/xorg.conf? Newer distros ship without it and store the settings in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/ or /usr/lib/X11/xorg.conf.d/

I had to call sudo touch /etc/X11/xorg.conf to be able to use your tool under OpenSuse 11.3. Now it works nicely! - Sep 08 2010

System Software by jrfaller 87 comments

Keep should be in KDE4 with nice kio-slave support, so you could add


as target directory e.g - Sep 19 2006
superkaramba mockup

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by hili 6 comments

This would be cool. Actually, it's so obvious to me, so perhaps developers have seen this problem, too. - Dec 09 2005
beagle KIO slave

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by dbera 25 comments

I knew about Kat, but it's just 'another app'. Integration within Konqueror is better (I think). Also Beagle works much faster for me, than Kat.

kio_clucene I didn't know. This seems to be great, too (see my comment). - Aug 31 2005
beagle KIO slave

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by dbera 25 comments

Thats a good idea. Please make beagle:/ and kio_clucene:/ one project and work togheter. You can still support both search engines, beagle and lucene, but one kio-slave would be makes easier for users.

Nevertheless from the point of usability, the kioslave should have a name which is easier to remark, e.g. find:/ or search:/ - Aug 31 2005
beagle KIO slave

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by dbera 25 comments

I like your app very much. Please go on!

A great feature would be to make virtual folders for saved searches (like KMail does).
So if someone is searching for all documents containing a specific word, he just klicks on this folder and gets the results. With each search you will get a new virtual folder. If you like it, keep the folder. If you do not need the search results just delete it.
So if I type beagle:/ I can see all my saved searches as folder. If I will start a new search I just type beagle:/whatever

Users can then even have everything sortet in virtual folders, like:

documents (doc,sxw,otd, etc)

This would be a great step towards non hierarchical filesystem (without needing such a filesystem :-) ) - Aug 31 2005

Audio Apps by mussgill 21 comments

I like this application. Keep up the good work!

If you have a Creative Zen Musicplayer, test it out! - Apr 07 2005

Database by knorr 40 comments

Knoda is NOT alpha software! You should
try 0.6.3 for daily use. - May 10 2004