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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
I created a short screen cast showing the integration of Nepomuk in Dolphin.
The video shows how Nepomuk works inside of KDE 4’s Dolphin: rating, commenting and tagging are shown with short examples.
The desktop shown is KDE 3, only Dolphin itself is KDE 4. Also, the style is standard Plastik - Oxygen is already available in SVN and was shown in other screen casts around, but I will leave it to the developers or a “Road” article to really introduce Oxygen.
so i hit the "publish" button on my last entry about the new phase/animator screencast when it occurred to me that i hadn't actually explained what phase/animator is or does.
in short, p/a is meant to solve three related problems:
- make it easy to use animated transitions in desktop elements so that authors of add-ons will do so
- make the animations consistent by doing them all in one place (phase)
- make it easy to change the animations (animator)