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Weissbier Sensors and Netmonitor

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i modded the sensor screenlet and the netmonitor screenlet. best look with netmonitor on left and sensors on the right side.
you have to try, which size settings look best for you
my settings: sensors 50%size, netmon 80%size and all 60%opacity on screen with 1024x768px
copy the unpacked folders to ~/.screenlets/
if there are probs in cause of the original screenlets, delete them from /usr/share/screenlets/




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 which dock

 
 by smuminov on: May 20 2009
 
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Hi, there. I saw yours is awesome, but could you tell me, which dock bar do you use? And the name please, i didn't feel that wasn't any awn or cairo dock.


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 Re: which dock

 
 by naaamo2004 on: May 23 2009
 
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well, this is awn ;)
i set the background to 100% transparency and use the sidebar screenlet as full width bg instead. this looks better, imo. and i don´t need wallpaper tricks to get this, so i can change the wallpaper without gimping it :)


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 ?

 
 by AhPook on: May 24 2009
 
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very nice but how can I place it on the left reversing it?


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 Re: ?

 
 by naaamo2004 on: May 29 2009
 
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ohhh...that´s a problem, cause i created the sensors just for right side :(
there´s no way at the moment to reverse them.
just the netmonitor is for the left one


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 How to Remove the Bar/Graph

 
 by gmath3ews on: Jul 10 2009
 
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Hey there, i must commend you on the excellent work on this theme. However the only thing that irritates me is the bar (green) that appears when I use the Sensors (either bar or graph). And it seems there is no option to turn the bar or graph off. Any suggestions?


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 Re: How to Remove the Bar/Graph

 
 by gmath3ews on: Jul 10 2009
 
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And I have tried to delete the Sensors folder in /usr/share/screenlets with no result ;/


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 Re: Re: How to Remove the Bar/Graph

 
 by gmath3ews on: Jul 10 2009
 
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The screenshot of what I am seeing is here : http://yfrog.com/7hramyj . Much appreciated.


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 Re: How to Remove the Bar/Graph

 
 by naaamo2004 on: Jul 10 2009
 
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thx :) i´m glad you like it!

to your problem: open the sensor screenlet preferences
in the last tab is an option graph or bar. set it to "bar" and change all colors in this tab to 100% transparency


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 Re: Re: How to Remove the Bar/Graph

 
 by gmath3ews on: Jul 11 2009
 
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Sweet it works! Thanks!


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 Icon Set

 
 by sola on: Aug 9 2009
 
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Hey.. First of all, your screenlet is great, and really usefull, but can you, pls, tell me name, or post me link, of Icon set you use for your awn..
Btw, I using Cairo-dock, it's perfect..
Thnx in advenc


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 Excellent work.

 
 by peacewithall on: May 29 2010
 
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I really like this clean, professional looking design, makes my desktop look amazing, thank you so much !!.


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