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battery usage widget

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Greeting.

In all of the themes that come "standard" the font on the battery widget is really tiny (when viewed with eyes that first opened when Truman was president). Is there a way to make it bigger?

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Yea. It is possible. Need to decompile theme, modificate battery.edc file and compile back to edj file. Anyway I can try to change the text to respect proportional size of the gadget. Need some research

 

BTW: which theme do you use?

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Hello Bob

 

bodhi-theme-moksha-green update in the repository. (Jeff thx for packaging, I am so lazy to do that)

Please let me know the battery text size feedback...

 

Stefan

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Oops, sth is wrong. I've just tested the last package and changes are not included. I will contact Jeff or do the deb by myself if time permits. 

Sorry for that...

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I guess I must have done something wrong.

I updated (assuming that would update the theme)

I assigned Moksha Green to the battery widget.

I restarted Moksha.

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This thread made me try more moksha themes with battery value text focus and the Moonlight and Sunshine theme have it absolutely illegible. I will try to fix it as well.

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As we used to say when I was in college (and I was never entirely sure what it meant), "if you're feeling froggy, leap!"

[i think it means, "go for it"]

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OK, I felt froggy this evening

 

Battery in the Moonlight theme before and after

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Battery in the Sunshine theme before and after (I also changed the fill color which should better fit to the theme color style)

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Stefan

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