Thomas Leonard | 2 Jan 21:59 2007
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Memo 2.0

Memo 2.0 (alarm clock and reminder list) has been released.

You can install it by entering this URL into AddApp:

  http://rox.sourceforge.net/2005/interfaces/Memo

To upgrade:

- Right click on the application and choose 'Versions...' from the menu.
- Click on 'Refresh all now'.
- Ensure 'Help test new versions' is selected.

For more information, including package downloads, see:

  http://rox.sourceforge.net/desktop/Memo

(note: there's no special significance to the 2.0 version number, I just
got tired of endless 1.9.x releases ;-)

Changes in 2.0:

- Reposition the memo list next to the applet when the list changes (Thomas
  Leonard).

- Added Memo's .DirIcon to the popup for DBUS notification, and a "Delete"
  button to the dbus notification popup beside the existing hide/edit/ok
  buttons (Jim Ramsay).

- Improvements to options (Lucas Hazel):
  - The fonts and text sizes can be set for the applet.
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Abrolag | 2 Jan 22:48 2007
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Re: Pager 1.1

On Sun, 26 Nov 2006 17:25:21 +0000 (UTC)
"Thomas Leonard" <talex5 <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> Pager 1.1 (an application and panel applet that shows a miniature view
> of your desktop) has been released.

Works fine on debian etch :)
It's also definitely looking more polished.

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Abrolag | 2 Jan 22:51 2007
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Re: Memo 2.0

On Tue, 2 Jan 2007 20:59:49 +0000 (UTC)
"Thomas Leonard" <talex5 <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> Memo 2.0 (alarm clock and reminder list) has been released.

I had been looking forward to that, and am pleased there is now the
ability to change the font to something I can actually read!
Unfortunately it's lost two options I wanted as well :(
I can no longer turn off the tooltips, nor can I have a single line
with just the time.

... unless there is something I've missed.

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Lucas Hazel | 3 Jan 00:03 2007
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Re: Memo 2.0

On Tue, 2 Jan 2007 21:51:32 +0000
Abrolag <abrolag <at> users.sourceforge.net> wrote:

> On Tue, 2 Jan 2007 20:59:49 +0000 (UTC)
> "Thomas Leonard" <talex5 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> > Memo 2.0 (alarm clock and reminder list) has been released.
> 
> I had been looking forward to that, and am pleased there is now the
> ability to change the font to something I can actually read!
> Unfortunately it's lost two options I wanted as well :(
> I can no longer turn off the tooltips, nor can I have a single line
> with just the time.
> 
> ... unless there is something I've missed.
> 

There should be an option in the combo box called Disable

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Abrolag | 3 Jan 00:07 2007
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Re: Memo 2.0

On Wed, 3 Jan 2007 10:03:03 +1100
Lucas Hazel <lucas <at> die.net.au> wrote:

> On Tue, 2 Jan 2007 21:51:32 +0000
> Abrolag <abrolag <at> users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> 
> > On Tue, 2 Jan 2007 20:59:49 +0000 (UTC)
> > "Thomas Leonard" <talex5 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> > 
> > > Memo 2.0 (alarm clock and reminder list) has been released.
> > 
> > I had been looking forward to that, and am pleased there is now the
> > ability to change the font to something I can actually read!
> > Unfortunately it's lost two options I wanted as well :(
> > I can no longer turn off the tooltips, nor can I have a single line
> > with just the time.
> > 
> > ... unless there is something I've missed.
> > 
> 
> There should be an option in the combo box called Disable

Ah yes. Obvious really.

<thinks - must still be too close to new year>

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Dennis Nezic | 4 Jan 23:36 2007
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Re: ROX-Filer - List view - Arrow keys not working

> On Sat, 23 Dec 2006 22:46:42 +1100,
> Lennon Cook <maguswizardo <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Dennis Nezic <dennisn <at> dennisn.dyndns.org> wrote:
> > Any idea on what's going on?
> It looks like ROX is creating its own tree view widget, or perhaps
> altering the keybindings for it. It behaves in several ways quite
> differently to other lists about - it uses the plain arrows to move up
> and down, and space to select. Other treeviews use ctrl-up and down to
> move without selecting, up and down to move the selection, and
> ctrl-space to select the current item. I would hazard a guess that if
> Rox just used the default GTK things, then this bug would go away.

Agreed. Now.. how :). I may very well have changed some underlying gtk
setting -- but can't for the life of me figure out what :|.

No errors occur during compilation. (I use gtk+-2.10.6)

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Lennon Cook | 9 Jan 04:27 2007
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Re: ROX-Filer - List view - Arrow keys not working

Dennis Nezic <dennisn <at> dennisn.dyndns.org> wrote:
> Agreed. Now.. how :).
I think it is something in ROX's source, rather than something in your
settings. Notice that the way it works is different to other trees and
lists. I will try to confirm this in the next couple of days, if what
little C I know is good enough to do anything useful here.

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Bernd Eggink | 12 Jan 19:33 2007
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Icons in application menus

I'm trying to decorate some AppMenu items with icons. According to the 
docs, "Item elements can also have icon attributes, which name an icon 
in the current icon theme for the menu item.". However, I never get to 
see any.

Can anybody explain what exactly has to be supplied as the icon 
attribute value in an element like this?

  <Item option="-n" icon="image.png">

An ordinary file path doesn't work. I suspect it has to do with gtk, but 
unfortunately I'm not familiar with that stuff.

Thanks for any help,
Bernd

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Lennon Cook | 13 Jan 04:18 2007
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Re: ROX-Filer - List view - Arrow keys not working

Lennon Cook <maguswizardo <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> I will try to confirm this in the next couple of days, if what
> little C I know is good enough to do anything useful here.
Ok, I'm comparing the source for rox and thunar (the pertinent files
appear to be view_details.c and thunar-details-view.c), and the only
difference I can see that could have an impact is that rox does this:
---
gtk_tree_selection_set_mode(view_details->selection,
			gtk	GTK_SELECTION_MULTIPLE);
---
While thunar doesn't.

Unfortunately, I can't test this at the moment, since I'm fighting a
bit with Ubuntu's libgtk2.0-dev (it refuses to install one of the
dependencies, because that dependency relies on a specific version of
libpng12...). 

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Dennis Tomas | 13 Jan 12:23 2007
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Re: Icons in application menus

Bernd Eggink wrote:
> I'm trying to decorate some AppMenu items with icons. According to the 
> docs, "Item elements can also have icon attributes, which name an icon 
> in the current icon theme for the menu item.". However, I never get to 
> see any.
> 
> Can anybody explain what exactly has to be supplied as the icon 
> attribute value in an element like this?
> 
>   <Item option="-n" icon="image.png">
> 
> An ordinary file path doesn't work. I suspect it has to do with gtk, but 
> unfortunately I'm not familiar with that stuff.
> 
Currently, it only accepts gtk stock ids or icon names (without
extension). I've attached a patch that adds support for icon paths
relative to appdir.

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