If this option is checked, K‧b enables Burnfree (or Just Link). This is a feature of the CD writer which avoids buffer underruns. Without burnfree, if the writer cannot get any more data a buffer underrun would occur, since the writer needs a constant stream of data to write the CD. With burnfree the writer can mark the current position of the laser and get back to it when the buffer is filled again; but, since this means having little data gaps on the CD, it is highly recommended to always choose an appropriate writing speed to prevent the usage of burnfree, especially for audio CDs (in the worst case one would hear the gap). Burnfree was formerly known as Burnproof, but has since been renamed when it became part of the MMC standard
This pane displays the currently selected message. Attachments appear at the bottom of the message, either as icons or embedded in the message, depending on View Attachments. For complex messages the structure of the message is shown in the message structure viewer below the preview pane. The placement of the preview pane as well as the placement of the structure viewer can be changed under Appearance/Layout in the Settings Configure & kmail;... dialog. Moreover, you can disable the preview pane and you can choose when the message structure viewer should be shown. You can scroll through the message page-by-page using the Page Up and Page down keys, or line-by-line using the up arrow and down arrow keys; you can also use key shortcuts to skip through your messages without having to use the mouse
ថ្នាក់ខាងក្នុង (ImplicitClasses) ថាតើត្រូវប្រើថ្នាក់ខាងក្នុង ឬអត់ & ‧; ។ ថ្នាក់ម៉ាស៊ីនបោះពុម្ពអាចត្រូវបានបញ្ជាក់នៅខាងក្នុងឯកសារ classes. conf ថ្នាក់ខាងក្នុងផ្អែកលើម៉ាស៊ីនបោះពុម្ពដែលមាននៅលើ LAN ឬ ទាំងពីរ & ‧; ។ ពេល ImplicitClasses បើក ម៉ាស៊ីនបោះពុម្ពនៅលើ LAN ដែលមានឈ្មោះដូចគ្នា (ឧទា. Acme-LaserPrint-‧) នឹងត្រូវបានដាក់ក្នុងថ្នាក់មួយដែលមានឈ្មោះដូចគ្នា & ‧; ។ វាអនុញ្ញាតឲ្យអ្នករៀបចំជួរស្ទួនគ្នាជាច្រើននៅលើ LAN ដោយមិនពិបាកក្នុងការគ្រប់គ្រងឡើយ & ‧; ។ ប្រសិនបើអ្នកប្រើម្នាក់ផ្ញើ ការងារមួយទៅ Acme-LaserPrint-‧ នោះការងារនឹងទៅកាន់ជួរដែលមានដំបូង & ‧; ។ តាមលំនាំដើម គឺត្រូវបានបើក & ‧; ។ Do not translate the keyword between brackets (e. g. ServerName, ServerAdmin, etc
Implicit classes (ImplicitClasses) Whether or not to use implicit classes. Printer classes can be specified explicitly in the classes. conf file, implicitly based upon the printers available on the LAN, or both. When ImplicitClasses is On, printers on the LAN with the same name (e. g. Acme-LaserPrint-‧) will be put into a class with the same name. This allows you to setup multiple redundant queues on a LAN without a lot of administrative difficulties. If a user sends a job to Acme-LaserPrint-‧, the job will go to the first available queue. Enabled by default
My employer is Danka Deutschland GmbH, a leading and manufacturer-independent provider of professional and hi-speed digital printing systems, black-and-white as well as color. Danka provides hardware, software, service, maintenance, consumables and customized solutions for the products in its portfolio. I work there as a System Engineer. Amongst the brands Danka offers are Heidelberg (formerly Kodak), Canon, & Hewlett-Packard;, Hitachi, Infotec and EfI
If you are lucky enough to have a high speed cable connection, then the service provider will probably give you an external cable modem which needs an ethernet connection to your machine. Unfortunately the details of how to establish the connection depend on the service provider and to some extent on which Linux/UNIX; distribution you are using. Some ISP s connect their customers to the Internet through a proxy server, in which case you will have to set up & konqueror; to use it. You may find it useful to search the archives of your distribution 's user group mailing list for help
& krita;, part of & koffice;, can do everything you want with images & mdash; or it will be able to one day. Everything from photo retouching, image editing, and last but not least creating original art on your computer as if you were working with real paint and brushes, pencils, pen and ink. Every day & krita; becomes a little better, a little more useful. We are working on it, anyway. We, that is, Adrian, Bart, Boudewijn, Casper, Cyrille, Michael and Sven. It could be you, too & mdash; whether you would like to help with some artwork for the user interface, cool ideas for the todo, helpful bug reports, usability reviews or even actual code, you will not be snubbed by us
The next field is labelled Server. Unlike the field Name, what you enter here is important. The name of the news server is fixed and you should be able to get it from your Internet service provider; if you do not know the name of the news server, you should get it now: without this information you cannot read any news. If your Internet service provider does n't own a news server you can use a public one (universities often provide public news servers
បញ្ជីសំបុត្ររួមផ្ដោតជាពិសេសទៅលើសំណួរដែលមិនផ្អែកលើ OS និងការពិភាក្សាអំពីការប្រើប្រាស់ KDE ។ សំណួរប្រព័ន្ធប្រតិបត្តិការជាក់លាក់ និងការពិភាក្សា គឺមិនត្រូវបានលើកមកពិភាក្សានៅទីនេះទេ ។ ឧទាហរណ៍ សំណួរ តើខ្ញុំត្រូវធ្វើរបៀបណាដើម្បីផ្លាស់ប្ដូរទំហំរឹមសម្រាប់ឯកសារ KWord គឺត្រឹមត្រូវចំពោះបញ្ជីនេះ ផ្ទុយទៅវិញបើសួរ តើខ្ញុំត្រូវធ្វើរបៀបណាដើម្បីរៀបចំម៉ាស៊ីនបោះពុម្ពរបស់ខ្ញុំដោយប្រើ KDE នៅពីក្រោម UnixOS X. Y គឺមិនមែនសម្រាប់បញ្ជីនេះទេ ។ សំណួរដែលបានសួរ និងការពិភាក្សាទីនេះគួរអនុវត្តទៅអ្នកប្រើ KDE ទាំងអស់ដោយប្រើកម្មវិធី KDE ដែលអាចដំណើរការបាន មិនមែនត្រឹមតែការប្រើប្រព័ន្ធប្រតិបត្តិការដូចគ្នាប៉ុណ្ណោះទេ ។
This mailing list focuses specifically on OS-independent questions and discussions regarding using & kde;. Operating-system-specific questions and discussion are off-topic here. For example, the question How do I change the margin size for KWord documents is appropriate for this list; whereas How do I set up my printer using & kde; under UnixOS X. Y is not. Questions asked and discussions here should apply to all & kde; users using the applicable & kde; software, not just those using the same operating system
Kopete ត្រូវបានរចនាដើម្បីរួមបញ្ចូលយ៉ាងល្អជាមួយផ្ទៃតុ KDE របស់អ្នកដើម្បីធ្វើឲ្យវាស៊ាំភ្លាមៗ ។ ចំណុចប្រទាក់អ្នកគឺស្អាត និងធម្មតា ដោយគ្មានជរដើម្បីបន្លំអ្នកប្រើ ។ នៅពេលជាមួយគ្នា Kopete មានគោលបំណងដើម្បីធ្វើទំនាក់ទំនងការផ្ដោតនៃ IM ដោយយកចេញភាពខុសគ្នារវាងប្រព័ន្ធ IM ។ លក្ខណៈពិសេសមួយដែល Kopete ណែនាំដើម្បីគាំទ្រ នេះគឺ ទំនាក់ទំនងមេតា ដែលបន្សំវិធីផ្សេងគ្នា មានដើម្បីទំនាក់ទំនងនរណាម្នាក់ជា មនុស្ស ម្នាក់ក្នុងបញ្ជីទំនាក់ទំនង ។ កម្មវិធីផ្ញើសារបន្ទាន់ពិធីការច្រើនរាយគណនី IM ផ្សេងៗរបស់មនុស្សដូចគ្នា IM ការធ្វើឲ្យវាច្រឡំសម្រាប់មនុស្សដែលមិនមានបទពិសោធន៍ ។ Kopete ធ្វើឲ្យជីវិតងាយស្រួល ៖ ទំនាក់ទំនងមេតាគឺជាមនុស្ស ហើយទំនាក់ទមនងគឺជាវិធីដើម្បីទំនាក់ទំនងជាមួយមនុស្សនោះ ។ អ្នកនឹងស្គាល់ទំនាក់ទំនងក្នុងទំនាក់ទំនងមេតាយ៉ាងងាយស្រួលជារូបតំណាងតូចតំណាងឲ្យសេវា IM ដែលអ្នកអ្នកប្រើដើម្បីទាក់ទងមនុស្សនោះ ។
& kopete; is designed to integrate well with your & kde; desktop; to make it immediately familiar. The user interface is clean and simple, without any frills to distract the user. At the same time, & kopete; aims to make communication the focus of & im;, by removing the differences between different & im; systems. One feature & kopete; introduced to support this is the Metacontact, combining the various means there are to contact someone into a single person in your contact list. Other multiprotocol instant messengers list the same person 's various & im; accounts separately, making it confusing for non experienced people. & kopete; makes life easy: a metacontact is a person, and contacts are ways to communicate with that person. You will recognize contacts in a metacontact easily as small icons representing the & im; services you could use to communicate with that person
The water jet pump has two entry pipes and one exit and consists in principle of two pipes one inside the other. At the water entry a water jet shoots under full pressure out of a nozzle into a slightly larger pipe. Thereby the water jet carries away air or fluid from the second entry. this is caused by the negative pressure in a drifting fluid. Thus it is an application of the hydrodynamic paradox. This says that objects close to drifting fluids are aspirated instead of being pushed away
You know that for & PostScript; printer manufacturers it is legal to define their own internal names and procedures even for standard & PostScript; options. As long as the driver is able to retrieve the option from the & PPD; and show it to the user in a way that he understands it everything is OK. But what do you do, if you want to use some obscure printer options on the command line? How do you find out its exact syntax?
Currently, & korganizer; schedules events and to-dos using email to transport the data, in a standards based scheme, the IMIP-protocol for group scheduling. Being a standard, IMIP is a used by many other clients too. For example & Microsoft; Outlook, Lotus Notes and Novell Evolution. This means that you can share events with other users using one of these clients. & korganizer; is integrated with & kmail; for receiving, processing, and sending events, event responses, updates, cancellations, & etc; For instance, when you get an invitation in & kmail;, and decide to accept it, by clicking the the accept link in the mail body, the event is added to your calendar, and a response to the event 's organizer is sent automatically
So how does this work? If a client wants to know about and select printer-specific options, it sends a request (called CUPS-get-ppd) to the server. The server tells the client all about all printer-specific options, as read from the server side & PPD;. The user on the client side can see the options and select the required ones. He then sends the print file, usually unfiltered raw & PostScript;, spiced up with the printer-options to the printer server, using & IPP; as the transport protocol. All further processing, especially the filtering to generate the final format for the target printer, is then done by the server. The server has the necessary programs (drivers or filters) to do this
On the next window, you will be given a choice of Internet Providers that & kppp; knows about, based on your choice of location in the previous window. Again, if your ISP is not listed here, you will have to click Cancel and do your setup in the Dialog-based setup
The Save As... menu entry will save the file you 're working on with a different name. The Save File dialog appears, and you can choose a name and location as usual. Note that after you save the file with Save As.., you will be working on the new file. If you save changes, they will be saved under the new filename. To make this a bit clearer, let 's take an example: You are working on a file called hello. txt that contains the text Hello World! You use the Save As... menu entry to save the file with the new name newhello. txt. You add the text Nice to see you! to the file, and use the Save menu entry to save these changes. Now, the file newhello. txt contains the text Hello World! Nice to see you!, while the file hello. txt contains only the text Hello World!
Does this seem like a lot of trouble to ask a question? If you want to be able to feel that people owe you an answer or support, then you 're quite welcome to pay for commercial support from companies that support & kde; on & UNIX; platforms. If you do n't want to pay money, then pay the people who do this for free with your politeness and appreciation
The addition of the--startonshow parameter tells ksystraycmd to start with only the tray icon visible (like the--hidden parameter), and to wait until the user activates the tray icon before running the target command. We 've also used the--quitonhide parameter which tells ksystraycmd to terminate the target app whenever its window is hidden. Using both these parameters ensures that our & konsole; tray icon does n't waste resources when we are n't using it. Creating and destroying the target window as we do here prevents the standard icon and title handling of ksystraycmd from working, so we now need to specify the initial icon and tooltip explicitly too
The Sending tab provides a list of ways to send messages. The first item in the list is the default way to send messages. Using the Add... button you can choose between two different ways of sending messages: SMTP and Sendmail. & Sendmail; here means a local software installation & mdash; this has a reputation of being difficult to set up, so if you do not already have a working & Sendmail; configuration, choose SMTP and fill in the Name field with a descriptive name (eg; My Mail Account) and the Host field with the name and domain of your mail server (eg; smtp. provider. com). You will probably not need to change the Port setting (the default is
Set Pen Width for HP-GL (if not defined in file). The pen width value can be set here in case the original HP-GL file does not have it set. The pen width specifies the value in micrometers. The default value of ‧ produces lines that are ‧ micrometers == ‧ millimeter in width. Specifying a pen width of ‧ produces lines that are exactly ‧ pixel wide. Note: The pen width option set here is ignored if the pen widths are set inside the plot file itself. Additional hint for power users: This KDEPrint GUI element matches with the CUPS commandline job option parameter:-o penwidth=... ‧ example: " ‧ " or " ‧ "
Although there are a lot of insecure SMB networks out there which allow access to anyone, in principle you have to authenticate yourself to access the services of an SMB server. By default, & kde; will use the data entered in the Default user name and Default password fields to authenticate itself on SMB hosts. If you leave the field Default user name empty, & kde; will try to access SMB hosts without a username. If you leave the default password empty, it will try without a password. If & kde; is unsuccessful accessing the host using these settings, you will be asked for a username and a password
This option enables some convenient features for saving files with extensions: Any extension specified in the %‧ text area will be updated if you change the file type to save in. If no extension is specified in the %‧ text area when you click Save, %‧ will be added to the end of the filename (if the filename does not already exist). This extension is based on the file type that you have chosen to save in. If you do not want KDE to supply an extension for the filename, you can either turn this option off or you can suppress it by adding a period (.) to the end of the filename (the period will be automatically removed). If unsure, keep this option enabled as it makes your files more manageable
This area contains a CIE or chromaticity diagram. A CIE diagram is a representation of all the colors that a person with normal vision can see. This is represented by the colored sail-shaped area. In addition you will see a triangle that is superimposed on the diagram outlined in white. This triangle represents the outer boundaries of the color space of the device that is characterized by the inspected profile. This is called the device gamut. In addition there are black dots and yellow lines on the diagram. Each black dot represents one of the measurement points that were used to create this profile. The yellow line represents the amount that each point is corrected by the profile, and the direction of this correction
There can be multiple configuration files with the same name in the share/config sub-directory of the various & kde; directory trees. In this case the information of all these configuration files is combined on a key-by-key basis. If the same key within a certain group is defined in more than one place, the key value read from the directory tree with the highest precedence will be used. Configuration files under $ KDEHOME always have the highest precedence. If a key in a certain group is defined multiple times in a single file, the value of the last entry is used
Dots Per Inch (DPI) specifies the number of pixels of the image that should be printed inside one inch (‧cm). The higher the image 's DPI, the smaller the printed image. Note that your printer is unlikely to produce high quality prints if you increase this to more than ‧ or ‧ DPI, depending on the printer. If you would like to print the image so that it is the same size as it is displayed on the screen, set the image 's DPI values to be the same as the screen 's. If either DPI value is Unspecified, the image will also be printed to be the same size as on the screen. Not all image formats support DPI values. If the format you save in does not support them, they will not be saved
This option forces a specific DPI value for fonts. It may be useful when the real DPI of the hardware is not detected properly and it is also often misused when poor quality fonts are used that do not look well with DPI values other than ‧ or ‧ DPI. The use of this option is generally discouraged. For selecting proper DPI value a better option is explicitly configuring it for the whole X server if possible (e. g. DisplaySize in xorg. conf or adding-dpi value to ServerLocalArgs= in $KDEDIR/share/config/kdm/kdmrc). When fonts do not render properly with real DPI value better fonts should be used or configuration of font hinting should be checked
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