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Furius Karamba Suite

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Downloads:  7216
Submitted:  Aug 24 2007
Updated:  Jan 13 2008

Description:

A collection of monitors and other themes including:
A clock based on the analog clock by Idoa01 (http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=12072).
An Rss Feed reader.
A System monitor.
A Drive monitor.
A Cpu and Ram Monitor
A network monitor.
A Moon Phase Calendar
A Process monitor detailing top 5 cpu useage (Not the best implematation due to the size of the theme... sorry!) Thanks to 'Aray' for the suggestion.
A Weather theme (Beta) - New

Three skins available: Original, Black Glass and Korius, a Kore inspired theme.
To use the original theme, rename /skins/skin2.png to skins/skin.png and rename /pics/Frame2.png to /pics/Frame.png
To use the Korius theme, you must download the separate Korius package.

Weather Theme:


Requires python-elementtree

### READ IF YOU ARE USING PYTHON 2.5 ###

Open FuriusWeather.py with a text editor.
Look for -- from elementtree.ElementTree import parse -- it should be on line 4.
Comment that line out by placing a # at the beginning of the line. Now on the line below type this -
from xml.etree.ElementTree import parse

Thanks to jonwilbanks.

########################################


I have tried to keep this theme as simple as possible, with basic coding to allow community customisation and advancement.

Uses the Crystal Icon Theme for Liquid Weather (Author unknown)

Mouse over will reveal forecast summary.

Clicking the Orange Text will open a full forecast.

Setting Your Location:

You need to open the FuriusWeather.py file in your favourite text editor.
You will see the following section near the top of the file:

#***********CHANGE THESE VALUES AS REQUIRED********************

units = 'f'
#units = 'c'

locationCode = 'UKXX0318' # London

browser = "kfmclient openProfile webbrowsing "
#browser = "/opt/swiftfox/swiftfox "
#browser = "firefox "
#browser = "opera "


#*****************DO NOT CHANGE BELOW ME!***********************

Comment/uncomment to select your desired measurement unit and web browser.
Change the location code to match your desired city.
To find your location code:
1. Visit http://weather.yahoo.com/
2. Enter you city in the search box and click 'Go'
3. You will be sent the the weather page for your desired city.
4. The URL of this page will look like this (I have chosen Berlin) - http://weather.yahoo.com/forecast/GMXX0007.html
5. Your locationCode is the value between 'http://weather.yahoo.com/forecast/' and '.html', (GMXX0007)

To Change Icon Set:

1. Visit http://liquidweather.net/icons.php
2. Download an icon Set
3. Replace Furius/small_icons with the contents of the small_icon folder from your downloaded icon set.
4. Reload theme.




Changelog:

13/01/2007
Add Korius Karamba Suite, a Kore inspired theme.

09/01/2008
Corrected an error in the Weather Module whereby Celsius was not displaying correctly. Credit goes to m.afgani@gmail.com and partially to
zubinb@gmail.com

11/09/2007
Updated Weather Module to include customisable icons

08/09/2007
Updated Weather Module

Added forecast summary to weather module.
Changed default skin.




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 Hurray

 
 by francophone on: Jan 14 2008
 
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Yet another unnecessary monitor app! That makes about 4000 on this website alone.


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 clock

 
 by rocketpcguy on: Jan 14 2008
 
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i wish the clock was anti-aliased, but i guess replacing the clock with a blank area and putting cairo-clock (for those with composite enabled) instead would do too.

very nice theme though!


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 temp monitor

 
 by lukaszde on: Jan 22 2008
 
Score 50%

hello,
I'll like to see, use some of integer to monitors temperatures and fans, and add new module:

temp cpu:
sensor=sensor type="temp1" format="%v °C"

hdd temp:
sensor=program program=" hddtemp /dev/sda | grep °C | sed -e 's/.*: //'"

fan:
sensor=sensor type="fan1" format="%v rpm"

Thanks, a lot


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