Screenlets
Conky
Description:

lots of new features including non composite support and more screenlets , also very improved code and much more bug free

use the deb or the source or if you want here is the bzr bzr co https://code.launchpad.net/~screenlets-dev/screenlets/trunk
Last changelog:

8 years ago

revision 174 is the stable release and the last of the 0.0.12 version

ArduinoFun

8 years ago

On the RSS reader would it be possible to make it so you can change the title?

For example, on my desktop I have a couple of RSS boxes. Instead of all of them saying "Feed Reader", it would be nice if I could edit each of them so that I can set them up like "News", "Financial", or "Business" so that while they are minimized, I know which is which.

I love the Screenlets!

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bioinfornatics

8 years ago

hi, can i have a spec file for create rpm F9 and F10 please.
Thanks

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psychedelic

9 years ago

How do you get this neat dock bar?

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DTPhantom

9 years ago

hey Whise any chance of getting an uptime counter on the sidebar screenlet?

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jmariani

9 years ago

Hi, Whise.

Ever considered porting this great work to e17 modules? It will be great to have this gadgets on that nice environment.

Cheers!

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Whise

9 years ago

theres an e17 module i think , isnt it usable?

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jmariani

9 years ago

No, doesn't compile.

But I was thinking on a fully integrated screenlets with e17, for instance the Sidebar one.
In e17, the windows doesn't respect the right_reserved property, for example, and I think that's because the way e17 handles stuff (which is different from other WM's).
e17 uses a module and shelf paradigma to show gadgets, and I guess they're different from others.

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Whise

9 years ago

im using a method that is the freedesktop.org way

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Metal3d

9 years ago

http://www.metal3d.org/rpms/screenlets-0.0.12-3.fc8.noarch.rpm
based on "downlad from site"

Regards

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santiagoward2000

9 years ago

Hi Whise! I love this release!
However, I have a small problem with the Autostart folder on Xubuntu. It appears that the screenlets-manager looks for the Autostart folder on the Desktop if you are on Xfce, right? But Xubuntu's Autostart folder is located in ~/.config/autostart. Is there any way to fix this?
Thanks!

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Whise

9 years ago

thats right , ill fix that in next rev

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santiagoward2000

9 years ago

Thanks! I'll be waiting!

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cypherpunk

9 years ago

a bit off topic but can anyone tell me what theme he is using?

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strungoutfan78

9 years ago

what's the best way to use bzr to update. i use 'bzr pull' and 'bzr update' but it doesn't pull anything later than version 161. do i need to keep re-installing??

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ketilwaa

9 years ago

I did like this:

bzr co http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~screenlets-dev/screenlets/trunk

the
bzr update

and
sudo python setup.py install
if there's something new

It all takes some seconds every time there's an update.

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strungoutfan78

9 years ago

hmmmm.. that's what i was afraid of. oh well. it's worth it. great ptoject.

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thevoiceless

9 years ago

I keep seeing updates of screenlets here on gnome-look, but I'm not getting any updates from the repository. Should I ditch the repo and just keep downloading from gnome-look?

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ketilwaa

9 years ago

Stick with the repo or use bzr. I use bzr, that is the definitive place to be for real time updates :)

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DTPhantom

9 years ago

I must say i really like some of the new screenlets.
I was wondering though would it be possible to add a system uptime display to the sysmonitor(vista like side bar)?

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vertimyst

9 years ago

What GTK theme is being used in the screenshot? It looks really nice.

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Whise

9 years ago

what makes you say that? there isnt a single thing on that screenshot that uses gtk

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vertimyst

9 years ago

Oh, no? I meant the bar at the bottom, the one that looks Vista-ish - what is that, if not GTK?

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vertimyst

9 years ago

Sorry if I'm not being clear, that's gnome running in the screenshot, right? The gnome-panel skin looks nice, I was assuming it's a GTK theme, and was wondering what theme it was.

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Whise

9 years ago

in the screenshot you can only seee screenlets and the wallpaper , no gtk there (event if it is gnome )

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BottleOfInk

9 years ago

Yes, there is gtk there, it's the panel. The panel is themed by gtk. So why can you not tell us what theme it is?

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8 years ago

revision 174 is the stable release and the last of the 0.0.12 version

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