hanswchen at gmail.com
Wed Sep 30 23:24:11 CEST 2009
The Plasma notifications are extenders. They're stacked, and if you widgets
are unlocked you can drag them to desktop or stack them with other
extenders. (As you can see in the second screencast, the calender is also
With best regards,
On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 21:11, Thomas Olsen <tanghus at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 30/9-2009 19:20 Marco Martin <notmart at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Wednesday 30 September 2009, Thomas Olsen wrote:
> > > Having read
> > > http://techbase.kde.org/Development/Tutorials/Plasma/UsingExtendersI'm
> > > still a bit baffled as to what Extenders are.
> > > Am I right to believe that they are what you use when you eg. want to
> > > have an icon in the panel that pops up the plasmoid when clicked upon?
> > yes and no.
> > an icon in the panel that pops up the plasmoid when clicked upon is the
> > PopupApplet class, that pops up everything that is contained in the
> > qgraphicswidget returned by graphicsWidget() (or setted by
> > setGraphicsWidget)
> > extenderitems are widgets with their own titlebar that can be stacked and
> > are contained in an Extender and can be dragged around between applet or
> > be put standalone.
> > some PopupApplets just use Extender as graphicsWidget()
> Thanks for the explanation. Even though I have been using KDE4.X since
> April I
> still don't grasp a lot of the inner workings and I guess I still have to
> a lot of code and experiment on my own before I'm half way there ;-)
> I understood in principle what you wrote but cannot think of an example
> I have seen it in use. If I where given an example I hope my response would
> "Ahhh - now I understand" :-D
> Best Regards / Med venlig hilsen
> Thomas Olsen (who is still living in the old Desktop way of thinking)
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