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TODO for Kalzium 1.5
* Miscellaneous bugs:
+ Make use of the biological symbol. ----
CN: I lost the "translation" though, will have to look after it.
CN: I have deactivated the drawingconde
+ correct mass-rounding
presumably, the arg()-funktion now rounds wrong -----
Future versions
* Export to html and csv comes into my mind. Pretty easy I
guess. Something like that was in Kalzium of KDE 3.1 I
think. But my implementation sucked so much I removed it.
* Add KHotNewStuff support (xml) so that a user can define which
dates are displayed in the timeline (see SOM)
* Log-scale of the gradient
* Plotting
+ Add groups of elements, for example "Metals", 4th Period
transitionmetals and so on. The user can easily select them
and only plot the selected group
+ More than one group should be plottable at once.
This would enable the user to compare two or more groups,
eg. 4th with 5th group
* Add more than only one mode to Kalzium, eg a mode with simplified
user interface (less looks, easier menu structure, less information
in the infodialog) and a full-mode where everything is enabled.
* There should be more data about the elements, for example which
chemitry-nobel-prize was won in that year (+/- 5 years or so)
* Make use of hotnewstuff. In the detailinfodlg there should be
a weblookup. If the user click on a button Konq will start with
a page about the element. Of course, the user should be able
to decide which page.
For this we could create a simple editor and store it in xml.
on we would enable KHNS so that users can share
their pages. Imaginge for example the different wikipedia-languages
* Add the weblookup also in the glossary
* Besides although for the "common user" is more easy to understand
the information in "... years", it's more correct and flexible in
scientific terms to use the scientific notation: ...x10e9 years.
* Add lesson-mode? The idea is that a teacher could create xml-files
which can somehow be used as lessons. Perhaps something like
"find out how many element boild at 200 Degree Celsius and above.
With the information: Why is it so?"
* Add experiental mode: A teacher defines experiments (in xml) where
fotos and texts are used to represent a experiment/task. Perhaps
combined with openoffice-files (charts and so on). Like in CheExp.
* Add two comboboxes to the infodialog: That way the user can search
for an element by name and number. Like in CheExp
* Thinking on people with some disabilities, it would be great if they can
select the elements on the grid by using cursor keys (or just tab key).
* Perhaps there must be a KComboBox in the toolbar where you can select the
different views of the PTE.
* There's no view of the natural occurrence of the elements. Look at and see the notes
about borders.
* Spectrum-Classes
+ Create an editor. The user enters some wavelength and Kalzium will
create a graphic from that data.
* Some websites with a lot of information:
Properties listed on my periodic table:
Page 1:
- electronconfig [DONE]
- Atomic radius (covalent, ionic, vdw [Semi-DONE]
- reduction potential
- EN [DONE, there are more values, other scales]
- abundance [Semi-Done]
- biological symbol [DONE]
- number [DONE]
- oxidation-numer(s) [DONE, need to be checked]
- orbitals [DONE]
Page 2:
- number of natural isotopes
- massenzahlen (# of neutrons) of the most important isotopes
- natural abundance of the isotopes
- first IE [DONE]
- density [DONE]
- SP and BP [DONE]
- Infos about the most important isotope [DONE but needs to be improved]