& kmail; is known to have problems with large attachments. We are working on a solution for this problem for & kde; ‧ but currently it temporarily consumes virtual memory of about ‧ times the size of the attachment. That means that if you attach a ‧MB file & kmail; might temporarily need about ‧ MB of virtual memory (= RAM + swap space). If you do not have enough virtual memory this will lead to problems
& krita; ដល់ និង a ភីកសែល a សតិ ដោយ និង a ជា
& krita; uses iterators to read and write pixel values. Alternatively, you can read a block of pixels into a memory buffer, mess with it and then write it back as a block. But that is not necessarily more efficient, it may even be slower than using the iterators; it may just be more convenient. See the API documentation
& CUPS; is dependent (for its calculation of the number of pages in a job) on passing the & PostScript; through the pstops filter. See the kivio; Flowchart on the & CUPS; filter architecture for an idea about were this filter fits into the whole printing process). More, pstops depends for the counting on a DSC conforming (DSC is Document Structuring Conventions, a standard defined by Adobe) to be sent by the client. In most cases this is working
ឃ្លាំងសម្ងាត់ RIP (RIPCache) ចំនួនសតិសរុបដែល RIP នីមួយៗប្រើដើម្បីទុករូបភាពក្នុងឃ្លាំងសម្ងាត់ & ‧; ។ តំលៃអាចជាចំនួនពិតដែលដាក់ពីក្រោយដោយ " k " សម្រាប់ គីឡូបៃ " m " សម្រាប់មេកាបៃ " g " សម្រាប់ជីកាបៃ ឬ " t " សម្រាប់ក្រឡា (១ ក្រឡា = ២៥៦x២៥៦ ភីកសែល) & ‧; ។ លំនាំដើមគឺ " ‧m " (៨ មេកាបៃ) ។ ឧ. ៖ ‧m Do not translate the keyword between brackets (e. g. ServerName, ServerAdmin, etc
RIP cache (RIPCache) The amount of memory that each RIP should use to cache bitmaps. The value can be any real number followed by " k " for kilobytes, " m " for megabytes, " g " for gigabytes, or " t " for tiles (‧ tile = ‧x‧ pixels). Defaults to " ‧m " (‧ megabytes). ex: ‧m
A special action common to all components is the New action. It allows creation of new objects like emails, contacts, appointments and to-dos independently of which component is active. The component responsible for processing the selected object is started, if required, and takes over the created object
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
& koffice; is based on the & kde; & DCOP;/KParts technologies. It currently contains: a word processor with desktop publishing capabilities (kword;), a spreadsheet application (kspread;) and accompanying charting program (kchart;), a presentation program (kpresenter;) and a vector drawing program (kontour;). Tying things together is the KOffice Workspace, an integrated shell to ease the use of the & koffice; components in conjunction with each other. Additional components include an email client, a news reader, and a powerful PIM (Personal Information Manager-an organizer
a ជា ទូទៅ ជា a បៃ បៃ ជា ដល់ សម្រាប់ a អ៊ិន្ឈ៍ បៃ ពីរ បៃ សម្រាប់ ប្រផេះ និង ពីរ បៃ សម្រាប់ អ្នក ដល់ a ដល់ ដោយ សតិ a អ៊ិន្ឈ៍ ជាkrita; ឆានែល និង ឆានែល ភីកសែល ជា
Implementing a colorspace is pretty easy. The general principle is that colorspaces work on a simple array of bytes. The interpretation of these bytes is up to the colorspace. For instance, a pixel in ‧-bit GrayA consists of four bytes: two bytes for the gray value and two bytes for the alpha value. You are free to use a struct to work with the memory layout of a pixel in your colorspace implementation, but that representation is not exported. The only way the rest of & krita; can know what channels and types of channels your colorspace pixels consist of is through the KisChannelInfo class
Smooth Scaling the image to %‧x%‧ may take a substantial amount of memory. This can reduce system responsiveness and cause other application resource problems. Are you sure you want to smooth scale the image?
Besides the heavy part of the filtering task to generate a print-ready bitmap, any printing software needs to use a SPOOLing mechanism: this is to line up different jobs from different users for different printers and different filters and send them accordingly to the destinations. The printing daemon takes care of all this
Preloading refers to loading an instance of & konqueror; into memory before a user asks to start & konqueror;. The positive effect of this is that when a user asks & kde; to load & konqueror; the window appears instantly because most of the application has been preloaded. The negative effect is that this instance of & konqueror; uses memory that could be used by other programs. By default, when a user closes & konqueror;, & kde; does not close the instance. This means that the next time a user wants & konqueror; loaded, it is nearly instantanous again
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