I realized I need a day calendar on the screen (we here in Slovakia have a weird habit to celebrate persons first name) not to forget to call my relatives or friends. I knew there is a nice terminal utility called "calendar" which shows day events according your setup. I made this feature possible but suddenly a new idea emerged. Why not to make it universal? We can put any linux command and we will have the outcome on the screen. Then another idea appeared. What if I add a timer for outcome refresh? Why not? OK, I will not bother you any more with this uninteresting story. Lets see the picture :
As you can see there are 4 StickyNotes and 3 of them are "animated". Date and CPU/Memory sticky resfresh every second and ncal every hour (hour is max in the settings).
Conclusion: Of course this is not a real Conky substitution but I think this module could be nice and useful for some of us and I hope you will like it. At this state of the project I need some testers to check the functionality etc.
Yes, exactly. I can confirm these words. I spent some time with this module and can say the same. This bug is on the Yahoo side. I am not sure I will fix this issue because if Yahoo will fix it, it will need another fix again. Let's give it some time and then we will see.
Maybe the good idea is to report this bug somewhere if possible...
Anyway. I have fixed another part of the forecast module. If you change the units in the settings dialog, the values on the right side don't respect it. Now it works properly. Wait for the new package in the repository...
I am just a baby developer and Linux newbie but some way I like coding. I wish I were skilled as Ylee or E devs. With 2 little kids + 1 wife and many hobbies I am happy I am able making at least some module or theme fixing. Making the new module is a big deal
Then go to the module section and under the Files tab load the places module.
Now the places item should appear in the menu.
But I you want to have a places gadget on the screen with your partitions, USB and other devices (also with free/occupied capacity), you need to go to the gadget section and add places gadget on the screen.
PS: Proper package name is places-moksha and not moksha-places. Maybe that was the reason you did not succeed
Just type pcmanfm in everything/quick launcher and fm will appear. For having places item in the menu, you need to load places module in case you have moksha-places installed. In case you want also the places gadget on the screen, go to gadget settings...
Ah, yes, you are right. It works indeed. When I just pressed "apply" button, it changed just menu font size. After restarting PCmanFM, filenames are changed as well. Thanx for info. One learns the whole life
PS: Thunar FM changes all settings just after "apply" button...
I don't know why (maybe I was enlightened, lol ) but I wrote by accident html tags in to the note text and it worked Great for making to-do list or what you want. Not all text formatting tags are allowed, but the most useful for this purpose are: <b> <i> <ps> <br> <tab>
I reinstalled Bodhi "thousand" times at my beginning to achieve more experience. I made many mistakes and sometimes I was not able to say what I did bad. If we won't solve your issue (I hope we will), you can backup your data and install Bodhi again. It is a matter of 10 minutes of your life. But...I must confess I am not happy with what I am saying, I'd like to know what was wrong