rdale at foton.es
Mon Mar 19 13:37:48 UTC 2007
On Monday 19 March 2007, Thibauld Favre wrote:
> Thanks for your advice. Actually, I'm already using KDE::SystemTray to have
> my application reside in kicker's tray. If I'd like to use kickertip, it's
> to be able to produce beautiful notification messages like this one :
> Instead of notification messages like this one :
>cs/kdeui/html/kpassivepopup.png Both are ok from a functionnal point of view
> (even if kickertip offers a little bit more functionnalities) but kickertip
> is definitely more beautiful ! Kpassivepopup gives you the ability to
> choose between several appearance for your popup, but none is close to the
> beauty of a kickertip.
> Unfortunately, from what you're telling me, I guess I'll have to continue
> using my "ugly" kpassivepopup ;)
> Le Friday 16 March 2007 18:18:00 Richard Dale, vous avez écrit :
> > On Friday 16 March 2007, Thibauld Favre wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I'm using korundum to build a kde applet. So far, I'm using a
> > > KPassivePopup to display events related messages in a popup.
> > > I'd like to use a Kickertip instead but it looks like
> > > kickertip is not available in korundum, am I right ? Do you
> > > know if there is a way to use a Kickertip with korundum ?
> > Kickertip is in the kicker lib which isn't wrapped by Korundum. Maybe you
> > could use KDE::SystemTray instead which is in korundum?
There's an example of passive popup code in:
Maybe you could adapt that to look like the kickertip?
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