Re: application in the dashboard?
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i have found miniweb that suits me
> xPol posted on Sun, 15 Jan 2012 12:26:27 +0100 as excerpted:
>> What is the command line to launch an application in the dashboard?
>> Say, firefox.
> The dashboard is basically a specially treated plasma
> As such, like other plasma desktop activities and other plasma
> (like the panels) in general, it only runs specific plasma widgets,
> as plasmoids, not general X applications like firefox.
> There are various webkit-based browser plasmoids available for
> on the desktop or in the dashboard, that do allow browsing the web,
> but as with all plasmoids, these run within the same plasma process
> context, not as separate apps, like firefox.
> If you've not discovered it yet, try kde-look.org , which has quite a
> variety of plasmoids available to supplement the ones shipped with
> and your distribution by default. That gives you many more choices,
> AFAIK there's none that force a full-scale regular application (like
> firefox) to display in a plasmoid window, neither IMO would such an
> make that much sense, tho plasma does allow the functional
> embedding of smaller scale applets. especially those already
> with kde technology. (Firefox, OTOH, is a gtk based app not a qt/kde
> thus making integration in the kde technology plasma even MORE
> difficult. But as I said, there's qt-webkit based browser plasmoids
> available... but by definition they won't have the power and
> of a full-fledged stand-alone app, regardless of the toolkit (qt,
> tk, fltk, etc) they're based on.)
> Hope that answers your question.
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