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"New" TuxBar

   0.3  

Karamba

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"New" TuxBar
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"New" TuxBar
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  14167
Submitted:  Jul 24 2003
Updated:  Jul 24 2003

Description:

"New" TuxBar it was modified to contain date/hour display and 4-desktop switcher.

Based on this old version http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=5812

Require SuperKaramba that you can download from here http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=5585




Changelog:

v0.3 - 24-07-2003
+ some new icons added as gimp and anjuta (2nd screenshoot)

v0.2 - 24-07-2003
+ code optimization (should be faster)
- bugfixed bar image

v0.1 - 24-07-2003
+ date/hour display
+ 4-desktop switcher




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 good

 
 by speleoalex on: Jul 24 2003
 
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;-)


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 Re: good

 
 by robang on: Jul 24 2003
 
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mi hai contagiato!


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 Wow!!!

 
 by marcoroy on: Jul 24 2003
 
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I never see something that look as professionnal as that on linux!

The only problem is that is not a new idea but a MacOS X one. :o(


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 Re: Wow!!!

 
 by robang on: Jul 25 2003
 
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What's the problem? A good idea will be replicated and imprved as long as it will seem a good idea!

During the story a lot of artist would have been inspired from others works!


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 just 4?

 
 by sevengraff on: Jul 25 2003
 
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What if I use 2 virtual desktops, how will it handel that?


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 Re: just 4?

 
 by robang on: Jul 25 2003
 
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right click on the bar and edit the theme and comment or delete these rows:

IMAGE X=23 Y=69 PATH="pics/3.png"
CLICKAREA X=23 Y=69 W=16 H=16 ONCLICK="dcop kwin KWinInterface setCurrentDesktop 3"

IMAGE X=1 Y=85 PATH="pics/4.png"
CLICKAREA X=1 Y=85 W=16 H=16 ONCLICK="dcop kwin KWinInterface setCurrentDesktop 4"

It will remain 2 buttons (3) and (4) without any functionality.


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 Problem

 
 by suseliux on: Aug 3 2003
 
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It only shows up half way

its cut along the length, the bottom half is invisible??

can I have some help changing the script

or is it my Hard ware

or is it SuSE

any special Lib.'s needed for tuxbar?


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 Re: Problem

 
 by robang on: Aug 26 2003
 
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Your is a problem of positioning, read the solution that I will post in the next thread below!
;-)


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 possitioning

 
 by zebardy on: Aug 13 2003
 
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Hi, looks great, but im having trouble with it on mandrake 9.1. The bar appears half off the bottom of the screen. I need to move it up the screen a bit, but cant figure out how. Other than that great theme


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 Re: possitioning

 
 by robang on: Aug 26 2003
 
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to move caramba's object keep pressed ALT key and drag'n'drop with the mouse the object in the new position!


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 Re: Re: possitioning

 
 by FINITE on: Sep 2 2003
 
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Hi, the problem with your tux bar is not simply the position the bar is place by the default config. If moved, at least on my machine, the bottom half of the bar is still missing. This is the error messagae that I am getting from KDE:
"Major opcode: \x0e
WARNING: KDE detected X Error: BadDrawable (invalid Pixmap or Window parameter)". This happens whenever I try to reload the config. Thinking that the problem could possibly be due to the BOTTOMBAR=true option I set it to false. That did not fix the problem with the lower half of the bar being cut off and it presented another problem. With BOTTOMBAR=false if I reload the config the theme disapears completely. Karamba is still running and the theme is loaded but is not visible. Please help.


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 Re: Re: Re: possitio

 
 by FINITE on: Sep 2 2003
 
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Ok, figured out what the problem was regarding the bar being cut off, the default Hight setting was off a little, by default it was set at 100 I set it to 150 and now the bar is not cut in half anymore.


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 Transparent

 
 by smiha on: Sep 6 2003
 
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Doesn't work though...
Everything is transparent except the 1 and 2 icons
representing my virtual desktops =(
I've tried pointing the tuxbar.py script
to the absolute path of the images,
without any luck... Any help would be
appreciated

And yes, seems that this isn't
the only theme I have problems with


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 Re: Transparent

 
 by mcgrath on: Sep 29 2003
 
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I am also having the same problems. It's strange because I was able to run the old tux bar just fine. Also, if anyone can send me a sample code on how to add more programs to the bar that would be great. Thanks in advance.

mcgrath


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