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Mike Diehl
KDE 3 Color Schemes
Wallpaper Other
Amarok Themes
KStars Data
Amarok 1.x Scripts
Education Apps
KDE 3.x Splash Screens
KDE Plasma Screenshots
Dolphin Service Menus
Icon Sub-Sets
Various KDE Stuff
Various Stuff

Education Apps 45 comments

Score 58.0%
Apr 24 2011
Interesting, can you run kicker from a console and give me any errors you come up with? - May 04 2008
It already supports using images as a desktop background, the option is in the configure dialog. Enjoy! - Mar 27 2008
Thanks for the comment. - Feb 17 2008
Can you mail me a screen shot of the dialog? - Nov 16 2006
Does the dialog open at all, or do you get a message box complaining about images? - Nov 15 2006
Sounds like a bug, I'll look into what's going on here, thanks for the input. - Nov 06 2006
I'll be sure to check the site out. I've been thinking about doing more lately, maybe this is the direction I should head. - Nov 06 2006
I wanted to wait until SOHO was out of the CCD bakeout before releasing, but that won't be for about another week so all the EIT images will be in bakeout until then. Also for animations to work, you'll have to build up some frames to really see anything, I suggest using the new GOES image until SOHO is back in regular operation. Once some images are built up a left click on the applet will make it animate, check the config dialog for other options. Also, I'd like to thank admrl again for his wonderful icon. - Mar 09 2006
Ok, I fixed the problem with only part of the animation being shown, turns out it was downloading the wrong file.

The open and save buttons won't be available until next release along with a fix for configuration not being saved. As soon as I get to this I'll make a release, thanks again. :) - Dec 04 2005
I'm not sure what you mean about configuration saving, it should already work, could you explain in more detail.

I'm also not sure what you mean about the whole animation not being shown, a screenshot might help here. Regarding saving the animations, I already have this working as well as loading of the animations that are saved already.

Thanks for the praise and I hope to keep adding more and better features, keep the comments coming. :)

Oh and CCD bakeouts are a needed by the detectors of the SOHO sat. and it's better explained at the bottom of this page

Try monitoring the continuum images or some of the others as they don't need bakeouts on there detectors. - Dec 03 2005
Do you mean that it doesn't download it? - Nov 24 2005
Everyone of them is our sun, just viewed imaged in different wavelengths of light. Try this link for some more information of what the images mean. - Nov 24 2005
Thanks, I'll check into this and see what's going on. - Nov 24 2005
Thanks for making this package. - Nov 21 2005
Yeah this should be pretty easy to do as a SK theme. Just fetch the image and use mogrify or something to scale it to the size you want. :) - Nov 21 2005
The code is quite simple and should be easy to reproduce on any platform. - Nov 21 2005
Lyrics Manager

Amarok 1.x Scripts 53 comments

by msan
Score 50.0%
Dec 02 2009
Just a little tip, try kdialog --icon "amarok" to make your kdialogs use the amarok icon, it makes the script look even more integrated. - Feb 23 2006

Audioplayers 574 comments

Score 77.0%
Aug 01 2011
What version gcc are you using? - Oct 29 2005
Sounds like you are just a little disappointed in the ability of HT to pretend it is a SMP machine. My research shows HT to have stability issues all over the place, just google a little and you will see.

On a real SMP machine these issues are not present. This leads me to stay with the crowd that thinks this is a Linux kernel scheduler issue.

Remember we could have left you with no warning at all and just left you to figure out where the problem is.

I also would like to know what audio manager makes such extensive use of threads as amaroK does.

Oh, and one last thing. If you're serious about performance try a real SMP machine, multiple cpu or multiple core, not a single core pretending it's two. Another sorry attempt by Intel to try to keep a strong hold on the market by creating hype while other manufacturers pass them by with slower clock speeds imho. - Oct 29 2005
Or you could use this. You can install it directly from the script manager using the Get More Scripts button. Another thing, we are aware of the fact support for only iPods sucks. We plan on supporting more devices in 1.4 so please be patient and keep an eye on our website for developments. - Oct 11 2005
Yes, this is one of the things under consideration currently. - Sep 06 2005
libtunepimp - Jun 06 2005
Add --disable-amazon to your configure options, it's that easy. - Jun 06 2005
Your post is utterly ridiculous.

1) Package building should be maintained by your distro. We don't have the resources to build packages for every distro.

2) Maybe it's your engine that's tremendously buggy.

a) I can't say anybody would refuse a bug fix. Some bugs are more critical than others, also consider regressions.

b) What bugs? Like seb stated, minor releases are for the more important bugs.

So finally, why not offer some suggestions instead of just ranting. We have had many discussions, blogs, and forum posts regarding usability, so yes we do consider the user. Also, if you watch the developer's blogs, you'll find that feature adds for upcoming versions are discussed and are an excellent form of feedback.

And if all of these forms aren't your taste, we also have an irc channel #amarok on, we'll be waiting for your suggestions. - May 22 2005
Might want to try one of the other engines, but if you must use arts, this might help.,com_staticxt/staticfile,playback.html#id250939 - Feb 15 2005
Hardware Messages MOCKUP

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 26 comments

Score 50.0%
Oct 04 2005
Would be easy, use knotify. A really simple script I wrote that uses knotify to notify on track change in amaroK. - Oct 04 2005
Suggestion: AmaroRipper

Amarok 1.x Scripts 5 comments

Score 50.0%
Sep 16 2005
here According to the Changelog for 0.3b stream ripping is supposed to work. - Sep 17 2005
amaroK Collection Stats (konversation script)

Various KDE Stuff 2 comments

Score 50.0%
Aug 20 2005
The script is intended to be executed from konversation, and will not function properly from the command line. - Aug 22 2005

Amarok 1.x Scripts 126 comments

Score 50.0%
Feb 26 2008
Start the script, and then stop the script, I think he means the menu entries are still there afterward. - Aug 11 2005
Transfer to Media Device (formerly iPod)

Amarok 1.x Scripts 25 comments

Score 50.0%
Nov 25 2005
While I can't support the GoGear directly, I did find this project that supports the indexing of mp3's on your device. From the README it shows usage for there software. Find these lines in my script


and change to

gogear $destination/*.mp3
gogear $destination/*.mp3

Find there README here

I can not say how well this software works as I don't have the hardware to test it on, good luck. - Aug 07 2005
Why not just install current svn, you can find instructions here

Or you can grab beta2 if you want just USB support. - Jul 29 2005
This is a good idea, I will find a way to accomplish this one. - Jul 28 2005
I have to think of a way to do this, I don't think there is a cut and dry way to i18n a bash script, if so, please point me in the direction. :) - Jul 28 2005
Yes, it will copy to anywhere you choose. On first time use it asks for a destination directory to copy the files to. At any time after that you can simply click Configure in the Script Manager in amaroK to choose a new destination. - Jul 27 2005
I'll take a look into merging the two scripts I have after I get home from work :).

I have a working version for reqular USB devices, so it should be pretty easy to merge the two.

- Jul 26 2005
Well, let's see what new things this script brings.

1) I had to add new DCOP functions to amaroK for adding files in the transfer queue, and for the actual transfer.

2) It's obvious you have never tried to transfer any files from the playlist while leaving the Context Browser open.

So in all I bring you more robust DCOP functionality to amaroK, and to top it off the script makes amaroK more useable.

With this script you no longer need to select files, open the Media Device browser, drag the files into the queue, then finally cicking transfer. This also doesn't take into account the need to click the tab for the browser you were originally at to return to where you were. Now you need only select files, and click "Transfer to" -> "iPod".

So please look again before making claims as this script is also easily extended to support uploading to regular USB mass storage devices.

- Jul 26 2005
Maybe I should have put current svn like now, thanks seb :) - Jul 24 2005
Extended Lyric Support

Amarok 1.x Scripts 3 comments

Score 50.0%
Jul 29 2005
You need amaroK 1.3beta3 or svn, It appears you are running a 1.2 version of amaroK. You do not need python anything for this script, only bash and html2text. - Aug 04 2005

Dolphin Service Menus 7 comments

Score 50.0%
Aug 04 2005
restoring them as original also? I thought of this idea a while ago, but never got around to it. :) - Jul 24 2005
Audio Format Converter

Amarok 1.x Scripts 67 comments

Score 50.0%
Apr 28 2007
Well, this could easily be done with 1.3beta2 and up if support is built into this script using the customMenuClicked notification. Have a look at and for more details. - Jul 04 2005
I already thought of a solution, but you'll have to wait for 1.3, or pick up svn.

* New playlist column "Extension" allows easy sorting of playlist for
compatible file types for portable media players.

Also per track scripting is being worked on currently so you will be able to make scripts run against selected playlist items. Have a look. - May 30 2005

Amarok Themes 4 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 27 2005
Couldn't just wait for meNGele to release his own version? - Jul 01 2005

Wallpaper Other 4 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 08 2005
imho you are lame. First you accuse the guy of stealing the image but then you have to attack his wallpaper because you have nothing else to go on. If these images are so lame, why are billions spent taking them? - Jun 11 2005
If you actually checked NASA's copyright you would know he's free to use the image. - Jun 09 2005
KDE No Blue

Wallpapers KDE Plasma 4 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 13 2005
I like this one, how about a dual monitor version. - Jun 11 2005
SSMI - Simple Service Menu Installer

Dolphin Service Menus 2 comments

Score 50.0%
May 04 2005
Soylent Single

Wallpaper Other 2 comments

Score 50.0%
Apr 30 2005
I used Fyre 1.0, and the Gimp for text areas. - Apr 30 2005
amaroK Pod

Karamba & Superkaramba 5 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 05 2005
Your using the nowPlaying DCOP call and then using sed to get the track title. It might be easier just to use the title DCOP call.

Some other ideas I had, but I'm not sure if it can be done in karamba:

A volume bar graph like the iPod uses in the display. You can use the getVolume call here.

A track time progress bar, something like trackTotalTime / trackCurrentTime * 100 should give you the track progress percentage.

And last, the five star rating that the iPod has could also be implemented using the score call if you are using amaroK 1.2.

Maybe make it so the progress bars and rating displays are switchable using the center button on the iPod. Like I said I'm not sure this stuff can be done with karamba, but it would make this nice theme even better. - Jan 09 2005
SpiffiLyrics (Juk + xmms + amarok)

Karamba & Superkaramba 21 comments

Score 50.0%
Sep 30 2004
Are we going to see an amaroK version? :) - Sep 08 2004
Really Slick Screensavers

Screensavers 43 comments

Score 50.0%
Jul 24 2004
During make cc1plus decides to eat all of my memory. On lattice.cpp it seems to start eating the ram, after only a few seconds top shows over 70% mem usage for the process.

Linux Opteron 2.6.7-gentoo-r7 #3 SMP Fri Jul 2 23:06:44 EDT 2004 x86_64 5 GNU/Linux

GCC 3.4.1

KDE 3.3beta1 - Jul 14 2004