KGoodStuff is a KDE application that provides a button-bar like FvwmButtons or tkGoodStuff, but with a lot more features.
|Tags||Desktop Environment KDE Utilities|
Release Notes: Some small fixes were made to permit compilation with newer compilers and automake installations.
Release Notes: This version is the port of KGoodStuff to KDE 3.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and major feature enhancements were made. You now can specify radio buttons and button groups in the dialog feature for buttons. The whole mouse-grabbing was reworked and now works as expected. The session management should no longer detect the loaded XApplications inside the buttonbar. The icons now can be hidden, displaying only the text. Sub-button-bars will now open on drag-enter events.
Release Notes: This is the final version of KGoodStuff v2.0.0. Autohide is now disabled in certain circumstances. Session management behavior with the KDE session manager was fixed, and a runtime option to disable session management was added. A new checkbox was added to define whether you want see the text label on the button. Various icon resize problems were fixed.
Release Notes: A problem where a new kgoodstuffrc was not written to disk was fixed. Drag&Drop support was added in PrefButton. Desktop-File support was fixed. A flag for swallowing self-detaching applications was added. The resizing of the icons and the MaxXY/MinXY handling were completely rewritten.