Maria | 3 Sep 14:49 2008
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Spanish and galician update

After a period of time testing new translations, we detected several errors that we are corrected. Here you can find the update translations (sorry for the inconvenience):
http://gruvi.galpon.org/arquivos/MiniNo/traduccions/rox/


Best Wishes.

The GALPon MiniNo team.

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Vesso Somlev | 4 Sep 00:55 2008
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Icon overlay script

Hi guys,

Long ago someone asked if it is possible to put emblems on icons in rox, 
like Nautilus does. Well, I finally found some time to put together a 
script that does just that. It is in the form of an Rox Application 
Directory. BEWARE IT IS "BETA"! It was thrown together on one free 
evening, so the edges are rough.

It works only for folders. Uses zenity (for dialogs) and imagemagick 
(for compositing images).

There is one thing you have to do before you can use it. Open the AppRun 
bash script inside the AppDir and set the basedir variable to point to 
the Application Directory itself. Long story about why you should, just 
do it. :)

To put an emblem on a folder icon, drop that folder on the AppDir. Just 
clicking the AppDir brings another menu - Help, About, View Emblems. And 
please read the Help file. (Click the AppDir -> Help) The Help also 
explains how to add new emblems to the included ones (i put only 4 
because of the mail size limit here).

If you want to do any modifications on the script, but can't (it's very 
messy :D), just send me an email and I will try to help you.

I hope someone finds this useful, and sorry for the long email.

Cheers,
Vesso
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Vesso Somlev | 4 Sep 20:54 2008
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File background color

Hello,
I just upgraded from 2.6 to 2.8 and the background of the filer changed. 
  It used to be a gray color according to my theme, but now it's white 
and  kills my eyes. I guess it uses different color from the theme. What 
can I change in my theme or rox' source to get the older coloration back?
Thanks for any tipps!

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Stephen Watson | 5 Sep 10:17 2008
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VideoThumbnail 0.1.14

VideoThumbnail 0.1.14 (Provides thumbnail images for video files.) has
been released.

You can install it by entering this URL into AddApp:

  http://www.kerofin.demon.co.uk/2005/interfaces/VideoThumbnail

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://roscidus.com/desktop/node/26

Changes in 0.1.14:

Added interface to test and set handler for a type by dropping a sample
file.

Note: I finished this months ago, but forgot to release it...

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Lucas Hazel | 5 Sep 15:49 2008
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Re: File background color

On Thu, 04 Sep 2008 20:54:57 +0200
Vesso Somlev <spupys <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I just upgraded from 2.6 to 2.8 and the background of the filer
> changed. It used to be a gray color according to my theme, but now
> it's white and  kills my eyes. I guess it uses different color from
> the theme. What can I change in my theme or rox' source to get the
> older coloration back? Thanks for any tipps!
> 

This might help

http://roscidus.com/desktop/node/181

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Mark Williams | 5 Sep 16:41 2008

Pinboard Font

There doesn't seem to be an option anywhere to change it.

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Tony Houghton | 5 Sep 18:14 2008
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Re: Pinboard Font

[Cc'd to rox-devel because this raises a development issue]

On Fri, 05 Sep 2008 15:41:13 +0100 in rox-users
Mark Williams <mark.williams <at> ntlworld.com> wrote:

> There doesn't seem to be an option anywhere to change it.

Changing "Application font" in the Font capplet affects it, but it
changes a lot of other things too. The tooltip says it's supposed to use
"Desktop font" but that it isn't implemented yet. The most sensible way
to implement it would probably be to have ROX-Filer read the XSetting
and watch out for it changing, so it's probably more than a 10 minute
tweak.

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Mithat Konar | 18 Sep 10:26 2008
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rox on os x leopard (g4)

I am trying to install ROX-Filer with Macports on an G4 MacMini running OS X Leopard. The first install
attempt using Macports:

sudo port install rox

resulted in an unresolved dependency ... libglade2, I think. I installed that, and then re-ran the command
to install ROX-Filer. Now when I try to launch ROX from either OS X's own Terminal or from X11's terminal, I get

The process has forked and you cannot use the CoreFoundation functionality safely. You must exec().

followed by essentially the same message in ALL UPPER CASE about a million times. While this is happening, a
window is drawn that looks like it's trying to become ROX-Filer, and then it disappears after a few seconds.

Help?

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Thomas Leonard | 18 Sep 15:07 2008
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Re: rox on os x leopard (g4)

2008/9/18 Mithat Konar <mithat_konar <at> yahoo.com>:
> I am trying to install ROX-Filer with Macports on an G4 MacMini running OS X Leopard. The first install
attempt using Macports:
>
> sudo port install rox
>
> resulted in an unresolved dependency ... libglade2, I think. I installed that, and then re-ran the
command to install ROX-Filer. Now when I try to launch ROX from either OS X's own Terminal or from X11's
terminal, I get
>
> The process has forked and you cannot use the CoreFoundation functionality safely. You must exec().
>
> followed by essentially the same message in ALL UPPER CASE about a million times. While this is happening,
a window is drawn that looks like it's trying to become ROX-Filer, and then it disappears after a few seconds.
>
> Help?

No idea, but you could try running the filer with the "-n" option to
stop it forking. Don't know if that's what the error is talking about,
though.

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Mithat Konar | 18 Sep 19:18 2008
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Re: rox on os x leopard (g4) (solved ... mostly)

--- On Thu, 9/18/08, Thomas Leonard <talex5 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
...
> 2008/9/18 Mithat Konar <mithat_konar <at> yahoo.com>:
> > I am trying to install ROX-Filer with Macports on an
> G4 MacMini running OS X Leopard. ...
> when I try to launch ROX from either
> OS X's own Terminal or from X11's terminal, I get
> >
> > The process has forked and you cannot use the
> CoreFoundation functionality safely. You must exec().
> > ...

> ... you could try running the filer with the
> "-n" option to
> stop it forking ...

Many thanx! "rox -n" in a terminal works. Adding "/opt/local/bin/rox -n" to X11's application menu works
too. I've found a couple of bugs though: viewing my home directory (but so far only my home directory) by
Details makes the filer crash; and when I tried to modify options, the config file wasn't generated and/or
saved until a whimsy fairy inside the box finally decided to let it happen after about a dozen attempts.

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