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Fantastik-NG

   1.0.0  

Karamba

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Fantastik-NG
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  3990
Submitted:  Jun 12 2006

Description:

Fantastik-NG is based on Fantastik SuperKaramba theme (http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=17775). It has new more polished Aero-G background (with the same width and smoothnes as Liquid Weather ++), it displays CPU and system temperature, there is new Python script for displaying number of e-mails (it supports imap, imap-ssl, pop3, pop3-ssl) and better Python script for displaying IP address.




Changelog:

Initial release




LicenseGPL
(Fantastik-NG 1.0.0)
(Fantastik-NG 1.0.0 [mirror])
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 Mail configuration

 
 by richb on: Jun 12 2006
 
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Nice theme, however mail configuration is a bit confusing. I stll hve not figured it out. Adding the configuration to the config dialog would be a big plus.


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 and the cover ?

 
 by sebwouaib on: Jun 12 2006
 
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Please tell me how do you have the music cover on your desktop ?
Thanks in advance.


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 Re: and the cover ?

 
 by Mikos on: Jun 15 2006
 
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It is amaroK Desktop Script:
http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=20293


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 fantastik

 
 by region-g on: Jun 23 2006
 
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hello, i don't know if this the right place to ask, but cpu (not the graph), cpu temp, ip, mail section seems not to work at all.
thanx in advance!


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 Re: fantastik

 
 by Mikos on: Jun 23 2006
 
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For tempetrature sensor, you must have lm_sensors installed and configured.

For IP and mail, you must change paths in fantastik-ng.theme file (it is ~/karamba/fantastik-ng/programs/whatsmyip.py and ~/karamba/fantastik-ng/programs/mailchck.py by default, you have it probably in other directory and this is why it doesn't work for you).

Also you must set your mail configuration (POP3/IMAP address, username and password) in programs/mailchck.conf.


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 Re: Re: fantastik

 
 by mefiX on: Aug 24 2006
 
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Hi!
This is a pretty cool theme, i like it!

following things are working:
- CPU-load

- mem/disk-load/usage

- network (whatsmyip: would prefer a script that gets a local ip as well, if no internet connection is present!)

- time and uptime

following things DO NOT work:
- sensors (lm_sensors working/running)

- mail (changed the path's and added my account-settings to mail~.conf (imap).)
if i run the py-script manually it tells me
[...]
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "mailchck.py", line 104, in ?
if row[0][0] != '#':
IndexError: list index out of range
[...]

would be great if we get this thing to work!

greetings,
mefiX


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 Mail Config & Clock

 
 by junOlive on: Jul 25 2006
 
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Hey there,
really cute theme, but I do have a problem with the mailchk.conf.

I set up the correct paths in the .theme file and right then the mail part of the widget showed "0/0". So fare so good, having entered my pop mail accounts to the mailchk.conf according to the instructions given there (e.g. 'mail.xxxxxxx.com,pop,username,base64-pwd'), the mail part now leaves blank, also after restart of theme... The same when using imap configuration.

Second question: Which applet do u use for the analog clock???

Thanks.


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 Clock

 
 by junOlive on: Jul 25 2006
 
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As far as the clock is concerned... I bet this is ChromeClock. But how did you manage the CPU-problem?


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 New whatismyip.py

 
 by matador on: Dec 18 2006
 
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cause http://whatismyip.com changed responce page i had to fix whatismyip.py code. the code are below:

#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

from urllib import urlopen

page = urlopen('http://www.getanyip.com/?q=ip')
content = page.read()
contentList = content.splitlines()
ip = contentList.pop()
print ip.strip()


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 Dual core?

 
 by footer on: Jan 29 2007
 
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Looks like it has everything I'm looking for (always liked the Fantastik monitors) except support for dual core processors. Any chance this will be added soon?


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