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Transparent v2 (Pidgin Screenlet theme)



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Transparent v2 (Pidgin Screenlet theme)

Downloads:  15278
Submitted:  Sep 10 2008
Updated:  Jan 22 2009


I modified the original Transparent theme to use the original Pidgin icons, changed some settings and fixed some bugs.

I havent tested this on other computers, so please tell me if it works or not.

Install in ~/.screenlets/pidgin/themes

NB: You need the Pidgin Screenlet to use this theme.

UPDATE: Added a screenshot :)

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 mcurran: A FIX AND A QUESTION...

 by mcurran on: Nov 11 2012
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It is easy to change the top messages in the Pidgin Screenlet. Just go to /usr/share/screenlets/Pidgin/ and edit the file PidginScreenlet.py

I use nano and simply press Ctrl+O and look for "Pidgin not running", this will bring you to the part of the code where the message is coded, and change it to whatever you like. I changed both messages to "WAITING..." I think they look better.

Most of the time, I have to go to that directory and make the Pidgin screenlet binary files executable anyways, because they're not installed that way by default, so go to /usr/share/screenlets/Pidgin/ and run "chmod +x *.py"

I'm having my own issue though, my Pidgin Screenlet is not detecting that the latest Pidgin is running. Pidgin Screenlet is 0.3.3 and Pidgin is version 2.10.6. Any help would be appreciated.

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 Re: mcurran: A FIX AND A QUESTION...

 by mcurran on: Nov 11 2012
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sorry should be Ctrl+W in nano to find text... Not Ctrl+O. That'll just write out the file... Sorry if I caused any stress to peeps.

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 buddy_protocol "Download user images at startup"

 by mcurran on: Apr 8 2014
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I was wondering if there is any way to allow the screenlet "Transparent V2" theme, to enable the download of the buddy icon from the start. Instead of displaying the protocol icon until you click on the actual buddy, does the buddy icon get cached. I'm wondering if there is a way to modify the theme or options.conf file, so that the user/icon info. is obtained and cached right from connection identification. This would be awesome. I believe this used to work for xmpp/facebook, because I don't remember having to click on each buddy/message them, before the proper icon was displayed. Right now I changed the symlinks that were bad in protocol for gtalk.png and xmpp.png to google-talk.png and facebook.png accordingly, but the proper icons would be best.

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