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Faenza

Icon Themes 581 comments

Score 91%
91 Likes
9 Dislikes
Sep 05 2017
Well then. Your findings allowed me to drill down a bit further. This is the file that is missing:

~/.icons/Faenza-Dark/status/22/nm-device-wired-secure.png

Turns out that the connection + lock icons do not exist together in the same file as is required. So I found the individual files and put them together in this PNG:

http://i.imgur.com/vM9iW.png

Save it as the previously mentioned filename and it should be fixed.

Is there an official bugtracker for this icon set? I'd like to get this fix rolled into the next release.
- May 22 2011
The VPN lock icon is definitely included in the Faenza set, but I don't think it's being referenced (missing symlink?).

I spent a bit of time diffing the files included with the stock ubuntu-mono-dark set and the Faenza set, and the VPN status file layout is definitely different. But then it started to hurt my brain and I gave up trying to find out exactly why the lock isn't displayed.

Hacky fix: Symlink the "status" subdirectory of the Faenza set to the ubuntu-mono-dark set:

~/.icons/Faenza-Dark/status -> /usr/share/icons/ubuntu-mono-dark/status - May 21 2011
The VPN lock icon is definitely included in the Faenza set, but I don't think it's being referenced (missing symlink?).

I spent a bit of time diffing the files included with the stock ubuntu-mono-dark set and the Faenza set, and the VPN status file layout is definitely different. But then it started to hurt my brain and I gave up trying to find out exactly why the lock isn't displayed.

Hacky fix: Symlink the "status" subdirectory of the Faenza set to the ubuntu-mono-dark set:

~/.icons/Faenza-Dark/status -> /usr/share/icons/ubuntu-mono-dark/status - May 21 2011
Murrina Deviant Compact

GTK2 Themes 3 comments

Score 60%
60 Likes
40 Dislikes
Apr 07 2009
This theme is amazing. Does nearly everything right. The candystripes are cool. Colors are perfect - no issues with reading text in any program. No background image for panels so this works well when transparency is used. The Metacity theme looks great and has mouseover highlighting the caption buttons which is important. The vertical scrollbars are a bit small so I changed that with the gtkrc file. Anyways, great work on this! - Jul 24 2008
SlideShow Screenlet

Conky 62 comments

by Whise
Score 76%
76 Likes
24 Dislikes
Feb 29 2008
The image viewer issue can be resolved by changing the gnome-open command found in the SlideshowScreenlet.py file to gvfs-open. Apparently gnome-open is undocumented and may be deprecated. See here for details:

https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xdg-utils/+bug/209714 - Jul 12 2008
I'm running Slideshow version 1.1 on Screenlets 0.1.2. The context menu takes several seconds to become available under most circumstances. I did not experience this problem when using earlier versions.

Also, is there a way to change which image viewer is used when selecting the "open image" option? It doesn't follow the Nautilus "open with" settings. Eye of Gnome is really slow and I'd like to use GThumb instead. Thanks! - Jun 11 2008
0.7 is great, thanks for implementing my feature request. The only other major improvement could be to attempt to maintain the aspect ratio of all images. Images that are vertically oriented get squished a good deal with the current method. Anything beyond that would be small GUI tweaks like double-clicking on the image to bring up the image viewer and maybe adding a "back" button. Thanks again! - Dec 13 2007
Can you add a button to the screenlet that will launch the default image viewer and display the image currently loaded in the screenlet? This would be an easy way to add an "enlarge" capability along with whatever features the default image viewer would provide, such as "set as background" and all that good stuff. - Nov 27 2007
by oscrp
Score 62%
62 Likes
38 Dislikes
Aug 10 2008
Thank you, your fix allows me to restart the screenlet successfully. - Jun 13 2008
This is a great screenlet, thanks! I have found a bug with version 0.6b. I am running Screenlets 0.1.2 and cannot restart this screenlet after saving settings. Running MyGamerCardScreenlet.py from the terminal gives me this error:

[code]File "/usr/share/screenlets/MyGamercard/MyGamercardScreenlet.py", line 71, in __setattr__
if self.__timeout:
AttributeError: 'MyGamercardScreenlet' object has no attribute '_MyGamercardScreenlet__timeout'[/code]

It also seems that the auto-update function for the Gamercard doesn't appear to work. Manual updating does, but no matter what interval I put into the settings it does not automatically update. I don't know much about programming, but I edited the MyGamercardScreenlet.py file and commented out lines 69-78. This allows the screenlet to restart successfully.

Hope this information is useful and thanks again for this screenlet.
- Jun 11 2008
by Whise
Score 77%
77 Likes
23 Dislikes
Sep 03 2008
The reserved space option seems to reserve space on all virtual desktops regardless of whether the sidebar is displayed on them or not. Also, where is the config file stored? My old config from 1.4 is still being used and was referencing the old "White" which is not included with this version so the Sidebar failed to start until I copied the old "White" theme to the themes folder. Thanks for another release! - Dec 06 2007
Version 1.4 is amazing. It now acts like a true sidebar. It even adds features and makes up for things that the regular screenlets manager lacks. Nice job. - Nov 27 2007