Package kchart-1.6.3-1032

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Description:   KDE - a chart drawing program (1.6.3-1032)
KChart is the KOffice chart drawing application. Use it to embed charts into your KOffice documents, e.g. a report written with KWord. Easy to Use: * default values for all parameters * automatic ordinate axis computation based on highest/lowest data value * default sizes (fonts, line widths...) relative to the window size Highly Configurable: * All of the parameters may be changed after configuring/drawing the chart. * Size values (axis/grid line width, font sizes, bar width, dataset gap, pie chart radius ... ) may be specified in either absolute pixels or relative to the window size. This makes your chart layout-independent since such values are being recalculated automatically when the window dimensions have changed. Flexible Layout: * Legends may be centered at a chart edge or in a corner with the chart making way in vertical and/or in horizontal direction thus offering 16 legend/chart relationships to choose from * Header and footer texts have special font type/size and color settings Axes and Data: * Automatical ordinate axis computation based on highest/lowest data value which can be easily replaced by programmer-defined start, end and delta value settings. * Abscissa labels may be taken either from data cells containing the respective strings or from programmer-defined QStringLists or calculated automatically based on a format chosen by the user and values found in the cells * Up to 8 axes: 2 left, 2 right, 2 top, 2 bottom * A chart may have 2 different ordinates: e.g. left axis for series 1,2,3 right axis for data series 4 * Each axis may draw (sub-)grid lines using their own color, line width, style Chart Combinations: * sharing the same abscissa axis or using different ones (e.g Top and Bottom axis) * sharing the same ordinate or using different ones (e.g Left and Right axis) * Axes may use the same line color / line width as the bars (or the lines, resp.) which they belong to. Chart Types: * Bar: normal | stacked | percent, 2D | 3D-Look * Line: normal | stacked | percent, 2D | 3D-Look, show marker: circle | square | diamond * Area: normal | stacked | percent * HiLo: normal | open-close * Pie: normal | exploded | some exploded, 2D | 3D * Ring: normal | exploded | some exploded, fixed thickness | relative thickness * Polar: normal | stacked | percent
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---[ Installation ]--------------------------------------------------- To install all of the official KDE packages, install "bundle-kde" or "bundle-kde-ssl" (depending on whether crypotgraphic laws permit downloading strong cryptography). Unless you have a specific reason not to, "bundle-kde-ssl" is suggested. ---[ Configuration ]-------------------------------------------------- To use KDE as your windowing system in XDarwin, create a file called ".xinitrc" in your home directory, containing the following line: /sw/bin/startkde >/tmp/kde.log 2>&1 See for more information on the xinitrc files and how they work. If you want to use Apple's X11 instead of the KDE window manager, put the following line before the startkde line in .xinitrc: export KDEWM=quartz-wm If you want to disable quartz-wm even for clipboard synchronization (proxying), put the following line before the startkde line in .xinitrc: export DISABLE_PROXY=1 ---[ Startup ]-------------------------------------------------------- Once you have created an ~/.xinitrc file, you should be able to start KDE by clicking on the "XDarwin" icon in your Applications folder. NOTE: By default, X11 on Mac OS X runs in "rootless" mode, generally. If you run KDE in rootless mode, it will take over your desktop with a window that covers everything up. You can remove this by disabling desktop icons in the KDE control center. Open the control center (either from the "K" menu bar, or by typing "kcontrol" in an xterm) then expand the "Desktop" list, click "Behavior", and uncheck the "Show icons on desktop" checkbox. ---[ Removal ]-------------------------------------------------------- To remove all of the official KDE packages, you can remove the KDE libraries and anything that depends on them by running, in a terminal: sudo apt-get remove kdelibs3-unified-shlibs To remove an individual KDE package collection (like kdenetwork3 or kdesdk3) you can generally remove [package]-base. For example, to remove all of the kdenetwork3 packages, run: sudo apt-get remove kdenetwork3-base
Section:   kde
Maintainer:   Benjamin Reed <kofficeATfinkDOTracoonfinkDOTcom>
License:   GPL/LGPL
Parent:   koffice (KDE - office suite)
Info-File:   dists/10.4/stable/main/finkinfo/kde/
CVS log, Last Changed: Mon, 18 Mar 2013 12:58:55 (UTC)

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