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Watching HD videos on the slow PC

16 August 2017 - 02:27 PM

Hello guys

 

Nothing special, just wanna share my experience from holiday with my old Lenovo S12 based on very exotic VIA HW and slow speccy. 

I took this NTB because if sb stole it, I would just smile and say "I don't care". Anyway, I took it for my kids to watch some movies. The problem was, some of the movies were in HD quality thus very bad performance. I started look up with google and here is the result with my favorite smplayer.

 

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After these settings, the performance was great, no sound synchro issues, video tearing etc.

 

Maybe this info will help sb of you...

 

Stefan

 

Conky in the Sticky notes? Why not :)

28 April 2017 - 05:47 PM

Hello.

This post should be related to the thread where I announced my little project called StickyNotes but a brand new feature was added and I think it deserves a new one.

http://forums.bodhil...y-notes-module/

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 :) :

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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.

https://github.com/t...ter/StickyNotes

Enjoy :)

PS: Use ncal -h if you want the day name and day number highlight (extra bonus for you :) )

Sticky notes module

16 March 2017 - 09:51 PM

Hello

 

I want to introduce you my new little project for Moksha/E users. The idea is very simple. I miss something like Sticky note gadget on the screen. I know there are some apps like xpad etc. but I wanted something binded with desktop thus very low in resources. I also wanted it to be transparent with elegant look. I took it as edje layer (edc scripting) introduction which I always wanted to understand and make some code for fun.

Module is based on the skeleton module which needed lots of modifications and fixes.

 

It is very young project (just 5 days :) ) which needs some further work. So it has got some limitations. This way I want you to ask for contribution if you are interested.

 

Module behavior is the same as other gadgets. Actually the best will be show the screenshot:

 

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https://github.com/t...ter/StickyNotes

Gcompris 0.7 qt

07 February 2017 - 08:54 PM

Hello fathers (or better parents) :)

 

Just info for you. If you know Gcompris game collection for your kids and have installed it from repo, maybe you face games freezing or even system freezing. Today I found, there is a new version on the main Gcompris site based on QT, with completely redesigned menu, new games and mainly not freezing. Just tested with my both kids and it worked OK. I had some troubles with installation and running, as the sh file just extract files to some folders and I needed to run app from terminal as a script. I also faced troubles with sounds. After a while everything was OK. If you need more info, just let me know. In the meantime I will look somewhere for deb packages in order to be placed in our repository.

 

PS: Sweet evening today. I had so much time for myself, lol :)

 

Stefan

 

http://gcompris.net/.../index-en.html 

TClock module new feature

15 January 2017 - 10:17 PM

Hello.

There was some criticism related to default moksha/e clock. Not a big deal from my POV, nevertheless we have another module TClock which is nice featured. Let me tell you some pros:
  • rich format possibilities
  • possibility to add a text
  • time shift for another time zone
  • and since today possibilty to change font size :)
Maybe I will try to add the color picker in the future. No promises though...

Enjoy

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PS: okra thx for help