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Oxygen KDE (Firefox Theme)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 1783 comments

Score 87.0%
Aug 15 2013
Hm, i just realized, that the scrollbar issue seems to be a general KDE "problem" (at least imho).
So nevermind that comment ;) - Jul 11 2011
Hi, great work so far!

I think the drag feature should work only for the tab bar itself, so that you wont restore the window when accidently clicking next to some button (happens quiet alot to me :D )
For the same reason it shouldnt be possible to click "above" a tab when the window is maximized and the title bar is hidden.

I was able to get exactly that behaviour by using the addon "Hide caption title bar plus", where you can set the "Top edge pixel margin" to controll the distance between tab and screen corner, so it should be possible for your addon as well...

Another thing is the scroll bar. When maximized, i cant click on the scroll bar when moving the cursor to the extreme right... so i really have to aim to scroll with the mouse cursor. It be more conveneant, if I could click the scrollbar on the extreme right of the desktop.

Same applies for your new close/minimize/maximize buttons.
- Jul 11 2011
Having the same problem, how did you solve it? - Apr 19 2011
paddock

Karamba & Superkaramba 74 comments

Score 58.0%
Oct 29 2008
yep, that works...
thanks very much :) - Oct 18 2008
Hi,

that didnt work as well.

Im using Kubuntu 8.04.1 on Kernel 2.6.24-21 and Kde 3.5.10.

What if forget to mention. Paddock shows the red "!", when a firefox instance is closed, but it doesnt reckognize the running instances (no green "!" for running instance and no minimizing through paddock) - Oct 18 2008
Hi,

I wasnt able to fix the problem.

top gives me "firefox" as process name, or "/usr/lib/firefox-3.0.3/firefox" after pressing "c".
Neither did work as alias :( - Oct 10 2008
Hi,

great Dock, so far exactly what I was looking for.

But the Applauncher doesnt work correctly with Firefox. When configuring the Firefox Icon (exec: firefox , commandline: %u), a click just runs the command, but paddock doenst recoqnize the running instance.
So, when clicking again on the icon, its just starts new firefox instances. I cannot maximize oder minimize the firefox window or bring it to foreground by clicking the icon.

So far, thats the only app with this wrong behaviour. The rest of the apps I tried behaved correctly.

- Oct 07 2008
Icon Tasks

Plasma 4 Widgets
by CraigD

Score 88.4%
Apr 01 2012
Eventlist

Plasma 4 Widgets
by geflei

Score 84.4%
Apr 01 2012
Score 83.8%
Apr 01 2012
Firefox addon for kwallet KDE4

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements
by gmolina

Score 83.8%
9   Apr 01 2012
Icon Tasks

Plasma 4 Widgets
by CraigD

Score 88.4%
9   Apr 01 2012
Oxygen KDE (Firefox Theme)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements
by jimmy88

Score 87.0%
9   Apr 01 2012
Eventlist

Plasma 4 Widgets
by geflei

Score 84.4%
9   Apr 01 2012
Score 83.8%
9   Apr 01 2012
Amarok

Audioplayers
by amarok

Score 77.0%
3   Aug 01 2011