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Yakuake

System Software 1023 comments

by Sho
Score 92%
92 Likes
8 Dislikes
Mar 28 2018
I tried a skin with no titlebar and lost the buttons it contained. How can I access yakuake menu without the titlebar button, if only to revert the change? - Dec 18 2014
Hi,

I can run a process in yakuake terminal like this:
qdbus org.kde.yakuake /yakuake/sessions org.kde.yakuake.runCommand "emacsclient smth". Is there a way to keep an eye on the process once it's started? What I need to do is to wait until the emacsclient in the terminal is closed and then do some cleanup. But there are some intermediate steps which mean the started process is not a child process anymore and the script where I run it from does not wait for it to end. Is there some built-in way to do this or at least get the pid of a process? Atm I have solved it by finding the pid and then using the while.. sleep loop but that's not particularly elegant solution. - Dec 28 2013
Hi,

I can run a process in yakuake terminal like this:
qdbus org.kde.yakuake /yakuake/sessions org.kde.yakuake.runCommand "emacsclient smth". Is there a way to keep an eye on the process once it's started? What I need to do is to wait until the emacsclient in the terminal is closed and then do some cleanup. But there are some intermediate steps which mean the started process is not a child process anymore and the script where I run it from does not wait for it to end. Is there some built-in way to do this or at least get the pid of a process? Atm I have solved it by finding the pid and then using the while.. sleep loop but that's not particularly elegant solution. - Dec 28 2013
Hi,

I can run a process in yakuake terminal like this:
qdbus org.kde.yakuake /yakuake/sessions org.kde.yakuake.runCommand "emacsclient smth". Is there a way to keep an eye on the process once it's started? What I need to do is to wait until the emacsclient in the terminal is closed and then do some cleanup. But there are some intermediate steps which mean the started process is not a child process anymore and the script where I run it from does not wait for it to end. Is there some built-in way to do this or at least get the pid of a process? Atm I have solved it by finding the pid and then using the while.. sleep loop but that's not particularly elegant solution. - Dec 28 2013
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Icon Themes 6 comments

Score 77%
77 Likes
23 Dislikes
Feb 12 2009
Solved this issue by replacing "Type=Fixed" with "Type=Threshold" in the file "index.theme". Everything looks brilliant now. - Oct 25 2009
Really nice icons. I would like to use them but I'm having a little problem.. icons in the panels and Kickoff tabs are too big and it messes up the view. Haven't noticed this with other icon themes.
Using KDE 4.3.2 - Oct 21 2009
Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes
Oct 28 2009