Dennis Tomas | 28 Mar 12:19 2015
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MediaTray 0.1.2 and 0.2

MediaTray 0.1.2 and 0.2 have been released.
Version 0.1.2 is a bugfix release while 0.2 adds experimental support
for SSH/FTP/SMB/WebDAV mounts.

Get version 0.1.2 with
git clone -b v0.1.2 --recursive https://github.com/dtomas/MediaTray.git
or update with
git fetch --recurse-submodules
git checkout v0.1.2

Get version 0.2 with
git clone -b v0.2 --recursive https://github.com/dtomas/MediaTray.git
or update with
git fetch --recurse-submodules
git checkout v0.2

For the development version, try
git clone --recursive https://github.com/dtomas/MediaTray.git
or update it with
git checkout master
git pull origin master
git submodule update

You need python-gobject and (optional) python-wnck to run it.

Changes:
Make an icon without visible windows draggable as text/uri-list.
Fixed NameError in MediaIcon.uris_dropped().
Fixed TypeError in manage_mediaicons(). (reported by Abrolag)
Improved support for external (un)mounting.
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jun7 | 27 Mar 10:43 2015

Transparent Icon View

Hi

I've made funny feature again.

So, Transparent Icon View comes here:
https://github.com/jun7/rox-filer/wiki/Screenshots

You can download it here:
https://github.com/jun7/rox-filer

Also
Since I failed to install rox on Linux Mint, I've made tips of installation.
https://github.com/jun7/rox-filer/wiki

I'm happy if you liked it.

thanks.

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jun7 | 23 Mar 11:53 2015

Huge Icons

Hi

I've made 512px HUGE icons function.

https://github.com/jun7/rox-filer/wiki/Screenshots

It is a from joke and just a scaling up of 128px images.
But not so bad, at least it is fast enough.

I'm happy if you liked it too.
It is assigned to mouse scroll on the Size button.
So don't worry about mess. It's just temporary.

The second pic is mnemonic shortcut support.
I made this seriously.

My fork is here:
https://github.com/jun7/rox-filer

Thanks.

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den.t@gmx.de | 22 Mar 12:17 2015
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MediaTray 0.1.1

MediaTray 0.1.1 has been released.

Get it with
git clone -b v0.1.1 --recursivehttps://github.com/dtomas/MediaTray.git
or update with
git fetch --recurse-submodules
git checkout v0.1.1

For the development version, try
git clone --recursivehttps://github.com/dtomas/MediaTray.git
or update it with
git checkout master
git pull origin master
git submodule update

You need python-gobject and (optional) python-wnck to run it.

Changes:

Remove pinboard icons from pinboard when exiting.
Bugfix: Pinboard icons with empty name.
Close windows before volume is unmounted.
Menu item to open volume in terminal.
Include Terminal windows in an icon's menu.
Handle external mount/unmount.
Now using TrayLib 0.5, see https://github.com/dtomas/TrayLib/releases/tag/v0.5.

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Dennis Tomas | 18 Mar 16:03 2015
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MediaTray 0.1

MediaTray 0.1 has been released.

Get it with
git clone -b v0.1 --recursivehttps://github.com/dtomas/MediaTray.git
or update with
git fetch --recurse-submodules
git checkout v0.1

For the development version, try
git clone --recursivehttps://github.com/dtomas/MediaTray.git
or update it with
git checkout master
git pull origin master
git submodule update

You need python-gobject and (optional) python-wnck to run it.

Changes:
Optional automatic mounting or opening.
Now using TrayLib 0.4.2.

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Dennis Tomas | 15 Mar 10:42 2015
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MediaTray 0.0.2

MediaTray 0.0.2 has been released.

Get it with
git clone -b v0.0.2 --recursive https://github.com/dtomas/MediaTray.git
or update with
git fetch --recurse-submodules
git checkout v0.0.2

For the development version, try
git clone --recursive https://github.com/dtomas/MediaTray.git
or update it with
git checkout master
git pull origin master
git submodule update

You need python-gobject and (optional) python-wnck to run it.

Changes:
Show icons on pinboard.
Set mountpoint icon in ROX-Filer.
Allow for menu items to be dragged as text/uri-list.
Support for dragging the mountpoint URI.
Improved should_have_window().
Added fallback item.
Copy/Move dropped files.
Hide "Force Quit" item in window menu.
Use gtk.MountOperation for user feedback.
Do not show emblem for volumes that cannot be mounted.
Fixed images in Mount/Unmount menu items.
Show mount status in emblem.
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Dennis Tomas | 13 Mar 13:54 2015
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MediaTray 0.0.1

Digging out TaskTray has got me back into ROX applet development, so I 
wrote a little applet to show removable media, since DevTray does not 
work on recent distros. You need python-gobject to run it. If 
python-wnck is installed, it also shows open filer windows of mounted 
volumes.

Installation (on debian-based distros):

sudo apt-get install git python-gobject python-wnck
git clone --recursive https://github.com/dtomas/MediaTray.git

And if you'd like to add it to an XFCE panel:
cd MediaTray
sudo python install_xfce.py

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Dennis Tomas | 3 Mar 16:19 2015
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TaskTray on GitHub

Since BerliOS seems to have deleted my repository, I've put my old 
TaskTray applet on GitHub, with some (I think?) unreleased changes:

https://github.com/dtomas/TaskTray

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Franco Cortesi | 12 Dec 21:53 2014
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rox and xfce problem.

Hi. I started using rox filer on fedora 19. I downloaded rox-all, uncompressed in /opt/rox-all and then i executed show-apps and rox-session for testing the session.

But now when i login "as normal" using xfce, i see the rox desktop/toolbar and xfce panel on top. I tried removing /opt/rox-all but it doesn't work. I want to use rox-filer ( greatest filer ever made :D ) but inside xfce if possible. So i need to uninstall rox-session or fix the problem.
Here you can see the xfce panel on the middle of the screen. Everything else is rox, including right-click menues.

Thanks.
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Abrolag | 18 Nov 00:12 2014
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USB Mass storage

The impression I get is that other filers (such as thunar) directly read
devices such as USB sticks, presumably via udev, whereas ROX doesn't handle
these at al, and we are reliant on unmaintained apps such as DevTray. With it's
dependence on HAL there is no possibility of it working on new and upcoming
distros.

I know ROX itself has been more-or-less left to itself for a long time, but is
there any possibility of it being brought up to date? I don't underestimate
the difficulty of doing this, but it would give me a great deal of peace of
mind (and I'm sure I'm not alone).

P.S.
I can still 'wow' strangers with the speed and flexibility of ROX + Openbox :) 

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Exchange them and we can both have a poem, a tune, and a song.

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Ralph Gossamer | 5 Nov 15:16 2014

Unable to launch rox-filer after installation in OpenBSD 5.6

Hi,

As root, I installed rox-filer on my new OpenBSD 5.6 operating system.

In an Xterm, I typed rox and it failed to launch. I tried other variations such as

rox-filer
rox-filer-2.11

and all failed to launch.

Could someone help me please?

Thanks in advance.

Ralph

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