Re: [e-users] System Tray

2007-05-23 Thread gimpel
On Di, 22.05.07 22:31 Mirek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi, I am using trayer:
 
 /usr/bin/trayer --widthtype request --heighttype pixel --height 24 
 --edge bottom --align right --alpha 100 --transparent true --margin 0 
 --distance 40 
 
 Mirek
 

Or take a look at stalonetray:
http://stalonetray.sourceforge.net

IMHO it works better than trayer, esp with kde stuff.

Best,
Tom

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Re: [e-users] [e17] net and cpu modules

2007-05-23 Thread David Moore
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Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) wrote:
 On Tue, 22 May 2007 15:44:37 +0200 David Moore [EMAIL PROTECTED] babbled:
 
 Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) wrote:
 On Mon, 21 May 2007 16:34:53 +0200 David Moore [EMAIL PROTECTED] babbled:

 Christopher Michael wrote:

 This is a file list of the e17-wlan package, a module which is working:

 /opt/e17/lib/enlightenment/modules/wlan/e-module-wlan.edj
 /opt/e17/lib/enlightenment/modules/wlan/linux-gnu-x86_64/module.a
 /opt/e17/lib/enlightenment/modules/wlan/linux-gnu-x86_64/module.so
 /opt/e17/lib/enlightenment/modules/wlan/module.desktop
 /opt/e17/lib/enlightenment/modules/wlan/wlan.edj
 /opt/e17/share/locale/eo/LC_MESSAGES/wlan.mo
 /opt/e17/share/locale/fi/LC_MESSAGES/wlan.mo
 /opt/e17/share/locale/it/LC_MESSAGES/wlan.mo
 /opt/e17/share/locale/ja/LC_MESSAGES/wlan.mo
 /opt/e17/share/locale/sv/LC_MESSAGES/wlan.mo

 sloppy packaging. why package the module.a files? they are entirely
 unneeded. als e-module-wlan.edje seems out of place - it's not in the src.
 This is neither more nor less than is put in place with a make
 DESTDIR=$tempdir install, where tempdir is then turned into a .tar.gz
 containing the above files.  If it's sloppy packaging, it's sloppy
 installing on the part of the Makefile.  Or is there a reason that I
 should exclude specific files that make install has included?
 
 yes. modules should exclude *.a files. libtool insists on creating them and
 installing them because it thinks its needed as we will then use them 
 (libtldl
 in theory can in combination with module.la). note that the sample package
 files for e17 remove any .a's for modules
 same for evas and emotion.

Fair enough - I already remove any .la files installed due to libtool
stupidity.  Thanks for the clarification.

David Moore
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Re: [e-users] non-Latin characters in e17-cvs

2007-05-23 Thread Stafford Horne
On Tue, 22 May 2007 19:18:49 +0100
Foxy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 thanks, it looks like it works for the default team but has no effect on 
 Clearlooks.
The clearlook theme seems to be missing the textclass definitions for different 
parts.  This would be really easy to fix.  If you want to learn some edje and 
contribute I suggest decompiling clearlooks and find places which are missing 
textclasses. 

You can compare with the default theme in e/data/themes. For example:
From default_border.edc

 part {
 name:   title2;
 type:   TEXT;
 mouse_events:   0;
 description {
state: default 0.0;
align: 1.0 0.0;
visible: 0;
rel1 {
   relative: 0.0  0.0;
   offset:   07;
}
rel2 {
   relative: 0.0  0.0;
   offset:   07;
}
text {
   text_source:   e.text.title;
   source:e.text.title;
   min:   0 1;
   text_class:title_bar;
}
 }

We can see this is a part of type TEXT, that means it can have a text_class. 
Just find all of the TEXT parts in clearlooks and make sure that they have 
text_class which matches bling.  

Remember, all themes only have a limited number of text classes to choose from. 
 These are listed in src/bin/e_int_config_fonts.c.

Have Fun, 

-Stafford

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[e-users] interesting thing happened with xinerama

2007-05-23 Thread Russell Davie
Hi All
Thanks for your help in compiling e17!

I have managed to get it running in dual heads with a laptop and external lcd.

It it now able to run dual monitors in xinerama and also have independent heads!

Xinerama allows me move open windows from one head to another as if it were one 
big monitor. Normally, when changing desktops, both heads were linked and both 
would change to next desktop together.  This is also what is normally seen in 
other window mangers.  

However, when I configured the mouse wheel to scroll the desktops up and down 
the heads became independent of each other and yet I could still move open 
windows from one screen to another.

Cool!  This makes xinerama with independent heads! even more useful!

This is what I did to get the mouse wheel do this:

1) L click desktop
2) select Configuration - Configuration Panel - Keyboard and Mouse - Mouse 
Bindings
3) click Add Bindings
4) move mouse wheeel up
5) click on Mouse Wheel Up on LH column
6) click on Flip Desktop Linearly...
7) set Action Parameters to 1
8) Set Action Context to Container
9) click Apply button
10) move mouse cursor on to desktop and test wheel
11) do same for mouse wheel down but put set Action Parameters to -1

After this the heads became independent!

Can some one else repeat this!

cheers

Russell

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Re: [e-users] interesting thing happened with xinerama

2007-05-23 Thread Mike Russo
I believe this is how E17 is designed - and I've been using it for so
long I cannot even think of going back to using any other desktop
environment. The icons for windows in the pager is also another reason I
use E17 everywhere.

Russell Davie wrote:
 Hi All
 Thanks for your help in compiling e17!

 I have managed to get it running in dual heads with a laptop and external lcd.

 It it now able to run dual monitors in xinerama and also have independent 
 heads!
   


-- 
Mike Russo
ReadQ Systems, Inc.
(212) 425-3680 

Random quote of the last-time-I-ran-bash:

I saw this in a movie about a bus that had to speed around a city,
keeping its speed over fifty, and if its speed dropped, it would
explode!  I think it was called `The Bus That Couldn't Slow Down.'

-- Homer Simpson
   The Springfield Files


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Re: [e-users] interesting thing happened with xinerama

2007-05-23 Thread Russell Davie
On Wed, 23 May 2007 16:17:47 -0400
Mike Russo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I believe this is how E17 is designed - and I've been using it for so
 long I cannot even think of going back to using any other desktop
 environment. The icons for windows in the pager is also another reason I
 use E17 everywhere.
 


It maybe how its designed, but to scroll desktops by mouse wheel is not set by 
default.  As its not, the full power of having xinerama run with independent 
heads is lost.

To scroll the desktops via mouse wheel is a feature I have enjoyed since e16 
was in the Debian repositories and missed it when e17 first started up.  I 
never expected to get independent heads and this is unique in all the window 
managers I have tried with xinerama. 

Feature Request: please set as default to scroll desktops via mouse wheel.

- R



 Russell Davie wrote:
  Hi All
  Thanks for your help in compiling e17!
 
  I have managed to get it running in dual heads with a laptop and external 
  lcd.
 
  It it now able to run dual monitors in xinerama and also have independent 
  heads!

 
 
 -- 
 Mike Russo
 ReadQ Systems, Inc.
 (212) 425-3680 
 
 Random quote of the last-time-I-ran-bash:
 
 I saw this in a movie about a bus that had to speed around a city,
 keeping its speed over fifty, and if its speed dropped, it would
 explode!  I think it was called `The Bus That Couldn't Slow Down.'
 
   -- Homer Simpson
  The Springfield Files
 
 
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Re: [e-users] interesting thing happened with xinerama

2007-05-23 Thread The Rasterman
On Thu, 24 May 2007 07:30:55 +1000 Russell Davie [EMAIL PROTECTED]
babbled:

 On Wed, 23 May 2007 16:17:47 -0400
 Mike Russo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  I believe this is how E17 is designed - and I've been using it for so
  long I cannot even think of going back to using any other desktop
  environment. The icons for windows in the pager is also another reason I
  use E17 everywhere.
  
 
 
 It maybe how its designed, but to scroll desktops by mouse wheel is not set
 by default.  As its not, the full power of having xinerama run with
 independent heads is lost.

heads are independant in e17 always in xinerama - you simply added a binding
for wheel on the desktop bg. alt+mouse wheel has always changed desktops -
anywhere (even over a window). if you use alt+shift+arrow keys it will change
desktops (independently), as will ctrl+alt+left/right, alt+f1,f2,f3... and the
pager too will change desktops on THAT screen only.

 To scroll the desktops via mouse wheel is a feature I have enjoyed since e16
 was in the Debian repositories and missed it when e17 first started up.  I
 never expected to get independent heads and this is unique in all the window
 managers I have tried with xinerama. 
 
 Feature Request: please set as default to scroll desktops via mouse wheel.

no - it's very bad to have by default. it is very easy to scroll the wheel
accidentally on the desktop - especially with middle mouse click menu. then
suddenly your virtual desktop changes as well as the menu popping up. it's bad.
if you really want it - add it by all means, but by default it's a bad idea for
usability. especially for new users. we do have alt+mousewheel by default
EVERYWHERE do this (actually missed popup by default - added).

 - R
 
 
 
  Russell Davie wrote:
   Hi All
   Thanks for your help in compiling e17!
  
   I have managed to get it running in dual heads with a laptop and external
   lcd.
  
   It it now able to run dual monitors in xinerama and also have independent
   heads! 
  
  
  -- 
  Mike Russo
  ReadQ Systems, Inc.
  (212) 425-3680 
  
  Random quote of the last-time-I-ran-bash:
  
  I saw this in a movie about a bus that had to speed around a city,
  keeping its speed over fifty, and if its speed dropped, it would
  explode!  I think it was called `The Bus That Couldn't Slow Down.'
  
  -- Homer Simpson
 The Springfield Files
  
  
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[e-users] ephoto thumbnailing problem

2007-05-23 Thread Jochen Schroeder
Hi there,

I'm a bit stumbed, I had installed ephoto from the edevelop repositories
(version  2.15.0-0cvs20070522). And thumbnailing worked fine. However I
thought I install from current cvs so I could have a look at the code,
however now thumbnailing does not work. I only see the stock image icon.
I had a look at the code and at the cvs logs and diffs and I can't see
what has changed in the 2 days causing this. Anybody else have the same
problem.

Cheers
Jochen

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