This thread is for all your simple questions about installing and running Wakaba or Kareha, that just require quick answers. Please don't create new threads for issues like that, post them in here instead.
Before posting, check that the question has not already been answered in this thread, or in the previous two threads:
Also check the documentation: http://wakaba.c3.cx/docs/docs.html
There is also a setup guide by Anon: http://wiki.iiichan.net/index.php?title=Wakaba_and_Kareha_Setup_Guide
Questions about "500 Internal Server Errors" go in this thread: http://wakaba.c3.cx/sup/kareha.pl/1109033191/
Interesting idea. I don't know anything about piratebox, but I'm sure any combination busybox and a light web server with CGI support could handle this. Even better, if you can get Perl and cpanminus installed, you can run everything without the need for an outside web server, which is something that I find a lot easier in 2014. I might try it on an old Android phone I have laying around this weekend. I'll let you know what works best on my end.
here's the easy way to do it:
I wasn't aware that Wakaba was simply Kareha with a database. Good to know.
I am trying to use Kareha on Nginx, and the PATH_INFO is not working. Is there a way to modify kareha to using some kind of GET variable instead of pathinfo?
Not sure if anyone would be interested, but I've been refreshing, myself on css lately and made a kareha style based on w3's material design tutorial. Feel free to use/improve it, if you'd like.
Well, another addition to the The Unarchiver family of programs has been released: Archives for iOS.
It is available here: http://itunes.apple.com/app/archives/id562790811?ls=1&mt=8
And the homepage is here: http://archives.c3.cx/
It's much like The Archive Browser, but for iOS. It lets you browse and preview the contents of archives on the iPhone and iPad, and lets you open files in other apps if you have any installed that handle a particular file type.
If there are bug reports or feature requests, post them on the The Unarchiver bug tracker: http://code.google.com/p/theunarchiver/issues/list
(It's better to post them there than in this thread, because if they are posted in here I might forget about them.)
Since I'm not entirely sure how people will want to use this program, I was thinking of putting up some possible improvements I could make, and let people say which one says good on the bug tracker. I will post again once I have that set up.
I forgot to announce it earlier, but 1.4 is out, with mostly the same fixes as the earlier The Unarchiver release:
Hello, are you going to update for iOS7
And now I have, and Apple approved it in record time, so I am going to release this ahead of new updates for The Unarchiver and The Archive Browser. Those will be coming, though.
Are you going to update your application "Archives" with 64- bit support and improve files deleting shape transitions. I bought this application, simply the best on App store, i would like to make again donation if you would update it :)
is there a pro version of unarchiver with all advance features
like to use on mobiles and tablets. Also, to shrink and send music and images files?
others do it. thanks!
2.0 is here! A refreshed interface and fixes for newer iOS versions included. Enjoy!
It's an iTunes alarm clock. It'll just start iTunes playing a playlist you pick at a given time, slowly fading up the volume. It should be pretty obvious how to use it.
The alarm will recover after a restart. If the widget wasn't running at the time of an earlier set alarm, it will trigger immediately. At the moment, it can't schedule a power-up for wake from sleep for your Mac. I haven't quite figured out how to do that, but if anyone wants it, I'll find out and add it.
Needless to say, don't gamble your job or academic career on such relatively untested software as this. It's woken me up a couple of times, but I make no gurantees. Keep a spare alarm until any possible bugs have been shaken out.
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:18.104.22.168) Gecko/2008070208 Firefox/3.0.1
Opera Version 9.51 Build 10081 (Windows)
Built from data and images provided by:
Laughing man widget is kinda broke in Leopard. The text only shows up half the time.
Confirming this, every once in a while the text simply disappears and requires a refresh in order to get it working again. It floods the system log with "CGPathAddArc: invalid value for start or end angle" when the text disappears.
Just thought I'd mention that I grabbed the Laughing Man widget, it's neat. Thanks!
The Shiny Orb is a cool useless widget, indeed XD. If you accept suggestions for new widgets, I think that it's natural evolution is to become a "Tesla ball" or plasma ball or whatever the name is. I'm trying to say something like this: http://flickr.com/photos/23079381@N00/2432714569/
That would be cooler and equally useless!, it's a win/win!. Thanks for the Orb in any case, and for the screensavers and... well, everything on this web. You're The Man.
On Shiny Orb: Useless it may be, but it sure is fun to look at! :D
This thread is for questions and discussion about Xee. Before posting, check that the question has not already been answered in this thread, or in the previous thread: http://wakaba.c3.cx/sup/kareha.pl/1122405906/
There is also a bug tracker for Xee here: http://code.google.com/p/xee/issues/list
If you have a bug to report, it is better to post it on the bug tracker if you can, so it will not be forgotten.
Does anyone know if Xee 2 works on 10.11? I'm still on 10.9 and have bought Xee 3 but it's slow in browsing compared to Xee 2.
Yosemite, late 2008 MacBook Pro, Xee Version 3.5 (37)
At some point during recent upgrades full screen mode seems to have broken a bit.
There's always the dock's worth of blank space on the bottom and the menu bar and window title bar's worth of blank space on the top. With my settings they're black, so not visually distracting, but it'd be nice to be able to get the image to fill the entire screen again. No matter what I do, even manually zooming, those two black bars always remain on top and bottom of the screen.
Are you using any kind of third-party apps that change program behaviours, or anything like that?
I still have Xee 2 installed alongside Xee 3. Every time Xee 3.5 is updated I give it a couple days to see if it can finally replace Xee 2. But Xee3 is still noticeably slower than Xee2, seems to take noticeably longer to load images. When browsing through hundreds of photos, this really adds up.
It is as fast as I can possibly get it with the featureset it has. To get spees like Xee 2, I'd have to leave features like colour management out, and that is not really an option.
Seems I accidentally removed a workaround for a Yosemite bug. I'll have a new version out shortly where I put it back in.
Fullscreen should work fine on all other OS X versions than Yosemite.
Apparently Sparkle in 3.5 was having trouble updating. I updated it, and released a new 3.5.1 (same version number) which should work better.
Hopefully updating will work now, but you have to update to 3.5.1 manually first if you are having problems.
Is there a trick to getting Services to Xee3? It doesn't seem to give a fuck about services designed for Pictures or Files and folders.
As the previous thread filled up, here is part 2 of the The Unarchiver thread.
It is much better to post bugs on the bug tracker, rather than in this thread! Anything posted on the bug tracker has much less chance of being forgotten by me!
So, post bugs here: http://code.google.com/p/theunarchiver/issues/list
Also, remember that if you post a bug about a file that is not work, you must also post the file itself, or else there is nothing I can do about it!
OK I downloaded and installed The Unarchiver.
When I run it it opens the Preferences menu and quits when I close the menu.
There doesn’t seem to be any entry in the File menu to actually open a file. How do I do this?
Just drop files on it, or set it as the default handler for archive files.
bug.. el captain click app store click purchases the unarchiver marked as install. in stalled it again to make app store happy button switched to open. relaunched app store clicked purchases again marked as install. so elcaptain is not keeping the installed receipt.it thinks it is not installed even thou its in my applications folder.
I don't have any control over the App Store, so you have to report it to Apple.
Is there any documentation available for using the XADMaster framework in another project to handle archives?
Specifically, the later versions changed how XADArchiveParserDelegate is handled and the @protocol statement is removed in the latest version's headers. It was previously there in v3.3.
I can't find any reference to using it in the app source code itself but another open source project does and now fails with ""Cannot find protocol declaration for 'XADArchiveParserDelegate'".
This is the support thread for Xee. All kinds of questions and bugreports can be posted in here. This thread will also be linked from inside the program itself.
There is also a thread about Xee here: http://wakaba.c3.cx/sup/kareha.pl/1122405906/
It contains more general discussion, and announcements of new versions and updates.
Many thanks for Xee, a nice application. But - how do change the zoom increment? I can't find it anywhere. I like 0.1 zoom increment, the default is too high.
Use touch zooming, or rebind the keys to use the fine zoom commands instead.
When I open an image by double clicking it in Finder, then a little flash of the image appears on the screen right after the image has been loaded. I was wondering if it's possible to turn this off in the preference file?
How do you use multigestures to rotate? The main reason I bought Xee was because I was hoping that I could use gestures to partially rotate an image along the 360 degree axis (as opposed to only by 90 degree increments). Is this possible?
have one little problem ...
MAC OS 10.6.8 Xee 2.2
Whenever a file is opened the following appears in the Console Message Log:
12/06/15 6:54:32 PM Xee Exception during initial loading of "(null)" (XeeJPEGImage): libjpeg error: Not a JPEG file: starts with 0xff 0xd9
But the image loads OK.
Have done a Hex Dump of the image files and they all start with 0xff 0xd8
is this something that can be resolved? Thanks
Unfortunately, I don't have time to moderate this board at the moment, and spammers seem to be able to post quite freely. Therefore, I'll be shutting this board down for now, until I have the time to work out a better solution.
If you have questions, you can still browse through the old threads, and if you can't find an answer, contact me at [email protected]
I'd point to bug trackers, too, but to make things even more inconvenient, Google Code is also just now shutting down, and I am still not sure where to migrate bug trackers. The code will probably live at https://bitbucket.org/WAHa_06x36/ from now on, but the Bitbucket bug tracker leaves much to be desired. Try there, though, until I say otherwise.
Actually, it's open again now, to handle the 3.10 release of The Unarchiver. I'll try to keep an eye on it for now.
What easter eggs have you guys found in the software hosted on this site? I just know about fusianasan in the name field..
Not to be confused with the Mac OS X widgets thread, this is the Mac OS X screen savers thread (this one's even more useless!).
So, way back in the day, I made some screen savers for the Amiga named "LotsaBlankers". Later on, I ported some of them to Windows, and created some new ones, but I never managed to make a stable and functional enough screen saver under Windows that I'd feel like releasing it. But now that I've got Mac OS X, I've started porting some of this old code over, since making screen savers for OS X is pretty easy and fun. First one I've got running is this one:
It's based on the work presented on this site, http://escherdroste.math.leidenuniv.nl/, and it is liable to BLOW YOUR MIND, MAAAAN. I've been too lazy to figure out how to make a preferences GUI for it yet, so even though the code supports all the possible different transformations of the image (Some listed here: http://escherdroste.math.leidenuniv.nl/index.php?menu=im&sub=escher), you can't actually pick which one you want yet.
LotsaWater has problems with multiple monitors and Mavericks 10.9.1. One monitor is normal, the other is black. Needs separate screenshot for each monitor. My monitor resolutions are 1650x1080 normal & 1280x1024 black.
Having same multi screen issues as others. Black screen on all monitors except primary monitor. I hope you get around to fixing this :)
Same issue here. Dual display setup and smaller secondary display is black. Yosemite 10.10.2
Mac OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite Update (the .3) came finally out of beta.
The Beta versions (seeds) worked with LotsaGlass and I guess LotsaWater (not sure if I tested it, but ran LotsaGlass till today), but as of today they broke both LotsaWater and LotsaGlass to the point that SystemConfiguration kill itself when they are still present. I downloaded them new, seeing that at least one had a new version (mine where from 2009), but both do not work. My guess is, LotsaEscher does also not work.
Interestingly Mac OS switched to a different plain OS Screensaver by itself, thats when I noticed and tested it.
OK, so Apple released an additional update for 10.10.3, April 16th 2015 or so.
And for my Beta Seed 10.10.4, I have 2 Mac mini (one as a server), so installed both and on both the Lotsa Glass/Lotsa Water Screensavers.
Both work again and to not kill the Systemconfiguration panel when called.
After what I saw of the Beta test of 10.10.3, with at least 5 version seeded to me, I am surprised they screwed up this bad, there is are supposed to be more errors, like on showstopper where preview kills itself when displaying certain images on certain graphic cards - confirmed and reproduced http://heise.de/-2610406 , resulting in a Kernalpanic when displaying JPEG on an iMac Retina 5K.
Hi, just to report that the black screen issue still is present in El Capitan, but the problem now extends to the primary screen as well. But I haven't lost my faith in LotsaWater! Still my favorite screen saver :)
So, along with the release of The Unarchiver 3.0 comes another new things: The Archive Browser. This is the often-requested version that lets you browse archives and preview their contents before extracting. However, since this is not a program that I personally need, this one will actually cost a few dollars. Buy it if this is what you really need, or buy it if you want to support the development of The Unarchiver!
For now, bug reports and feature requests can go on the The Unarchiver bug tracker:
It is much better to post them there than in this thread, because I tend to forget things that are not on the bug tracker.
Hello, I am unable to select other types of archives from the menu, only those default. And this in Yosemite.
Would you please recommend a method for getting a non-app store license code for those who purchased the app in App Store?
Bought the app store version. Not able to use because of the problem as Keith. Can you provide a road map going forward?
just want to change from sandbox to non-sandbox, but buy another license?
The Archive Browser asks for permission to search the download folder for other parts every time I use it. Isn't it supposed to remember this after the first time?
I have installed 'The Archive Browser' however am unable to get it to preview zip files via QuickLook (space bar). The program successfully opens the archive and shows the contents, just not with QuickLook. When I view in the '/Library/QuickLook' or '/System/Library/QuickLook/' directories in Finder, there is no *.qlgenerator file which refers to archives.
Also, following up with Keith's question, is there a way to get the non-sandboxed license if we have purchased a license in the App Store?
When trying to exclude folders from subfolders (2nd or 3rd child level) doesnt work, those folders are extracted anyway even if they are skipped from selection.
Please fix this on next release.
Thanks & Regards.
The Archive Browser has also been updated to match The Unarchiver 3.10. It contains the same bugfixes, plus fixes for an issue where the app would close quietly rather than open files. The non-App Store version also has Sparkle updates now (also untested).
1.10.1 has bee released, to fix the same bug as in The Unarchiver 3.10.1: Crashing on 10.9 and below.