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Stefan Bogner Nuremberg, Germany
KGtk (Use KDE Dialogs in Gtk Apps)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by CraigD 453 comments

I just compiled the KDE4 Version of KGtk and it seems to work just fine - except for one thing, the window loses focus when it opens kdialog4 - ie. I have firefox3 running and go to file->open, the firefox window jumps behind all other windows on the current desktop. Is this a known issue? - Jun 24 2008
Linux XP - bootsplash

Bootsplash Various by warleyalex 25 comments

Good work, rather than just replacing the images from other styles, you created something new with the animation, even though the rest of your style kind of sucks (and I believe you know that too) :-).

The new animation can indeed be very useful for other bootsplash creators.

- Sep 29 2007
KWallet Askpass Program

Utilities by Pontobart 11 comments

Sweet! I've been waiting for something like this forever. Works perfect (openSUSE 10.2)! Thanks! - Dec 16 2006

Wallpaper Other by DonPedro 5 comments

Thanks for this, nice one! - Jun 16 2006

System Software by invernomuto 100 comments


nice app. I've got a question: What's that kside thingie on your first screenshot? It's not MetaBar, is it?

Bochi - Oct 20 2005
Linux MultiMedia Studio

Audio Apps by tobydox 114 comments


Bochi - Jul 11 2005

Chat & Messenging by Sho 91 comments

Not too bad, but no possibility to hide the server tabs :( - Jun 07 2005

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by FJR 249 comments

You should have kept the old design, and make the new one optional. I really liked the old one better.

Also, it seems to have problems with german umlauts in the Servicemenu.

Anyway, thanks for metabar, it really really rocks!

Stefan - Apr 04 2005

System Software by nomis80 33 comments

Hm, yes you're right. Maybe - as RockHound suggested - configurable keys would be the best. I am not using anything that requires the F keys in konsole, so for me it would still rock ;) - Apr 01 2005

System Software by nomis80 33 comments

Very nice tool. One comment, though. Maybe you could use F1-F4 to switch consoles? - Mar 31 2005