I'm a brand new collaborator in the project. The next release (hopefully in a few weeks) will try to bring translation support, bugfixes, code clean ups and more. Stay tuned!
BTW, right now only Spanish and English translations exist. If you want QSynaptics translated into your language, please let us know!
not many changes, but internal ones (cleaner code, bugfixes, better UI layout).
Don't get exited your feature requests will be implemented upcoming times :)
download the release directly under the SF home page
( http://qsynaptics.sf.net )
KSynaptics is now in KDE CVS for a week or so.
I synced its current status to have the latest changes back in here.
Thanks to Arnaud Quette there's now a deb package, that should also soon appear on the debian mirrors.
Meanwhile, you can d/l it here.
This is the initial KDE port of qsynaptics, a GNU tool to take full advantage of your synaptics touch pad.
Now it's using autoconf, that should make packaging, developing and installing much easier.
This release provides same functionality as the latest qsynaptics
application but embeds into the KControl Center.
To run the application stand-alone
run "kcmshell ksynaptics" after installing.... read more
Hi to all,
this should be the last Qt release before the initial kcontrol applet release...
It is recommended to use 0.13.3 of the synaptics driver.
v0.21 - just some aesthetic changes
+ at least: detect XShm configurability
+ at least: display synaptics driver version
+ fix a bug, that would display normal mode BG on non-supported
this release features circular scrolling configurability and more tapping options.
The UI has been cleaned up a litte and some old bugs have been replaced by new one >8^)
*restore your saved settings simply by calling "qsynaptics -r"
*fixed UI behavior on systems not capable of the synaptics touch pad driver
now qsynaptics stores your settings into ~/.qsynaptics if you commit your changes by pressing "Okay"
If you restart it another time, it reads those parameters and let you "Apply" 'em.
* UI changes
* design changes >8^)
* code cleanup
* fixing bugs and creating new ones
I did some integration into an KDevelop3 project (still using QMake) and some minor file name changes, just to ease readability and compilation.
The changes are available in the CVS only!
Don't expect too much, since this is the first public release of QSynaptics - 0.1.
I'll provide anonymous CVS as well as tarballs.
NOTE: this is linux proven only, never tried on BSD platforms...