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XML animated background creator

   0.6  

Nautilus Script

Score 77%
XML animated background creator
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XML animated background creator
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XML animated background creator
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  7041
Submitted:  Jan 5 2010
Updated:  Feb 25 2010

Description:

This is my first nautilus script.

This script automatically creates a wallpaper .xml with images from the folder in which you run the script.

In other words, create wallpapers like this:

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=83443&forumpage=2


The images are placed in alphabetical order, for example, you can sort images in this way:

1.png 2.png 3.png

And the order will be that.

You can choose the time between wallpapers, and animation time by default is 5 seconds.

SUPPORTED FILES: JPG, PNG AND GIF



HOW-TO

Download the file from here, extract, and then run install.sh


If you can't see xmlback in the nautilus scripts menu, move the file xmlback mannually to

/home/username/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts

If the folder doesn't exists, then create it.

Enjoy it




Changelog:

-- Nautilus Script --

0.1.-Released

0.2.-Optimized version. Improved runtime and fixes a problem that was generated because comments in some versions of bash. Thanks to nunacho from chilecomparte.cl.

0.3 - Added time selection dialog and "put as background now" option.

0.4 - Bug from the commentaries fixed.

08/01/10 - Because commentaries I added more options, now you can select the animation time (0-10 seconds) and put a custom name to the .xml file.


0.5

- Now, script search for tempfile, if it doesn't exist, use mktemp, if mktemp doesn't exists, then show an error message.

- If you finish the script before you create the xml file, the temp files are removed. This was a little bug.

- I have added a lot of "echo" in the script, so, if it crash, you can debug it.


0.6

- Optimized. (thanks to nunacho)

- It not depends of tempfile or mktemp

- Added language support capability, languages supported: English, Spanish

- Changed the interval of the lenght of the wallpaper (1-120 minutes)

- Now you can enter custom nautilus dialog for the script


-- Desktop application --


0.7 - Added .deb package, and some changes.




LicenseGPL
(xmlback script, language files and install.sh)
(XML slideshow generator (GUI for the script))
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 Timing slider...

 
 by titaniumtux on: Jan 20 2010
 
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Could you allow the timing slider to let me default background images for as little as, say, three or four minutes (while leaving the default at five)? I usually manually change the xml file manually to bring the 300 seconds down to 240 seconds, but it would be nice if you could allow shorter display times on your slider.


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 Re: Timing slider...

 
 by algalord on: Jan 27 2010
 
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DONE


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 0.6 novelties...

 
 by titaniumtux on: Jan 28 2010
 
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Is the generated XML file any different in this version (aside not having to manually change the time intervals)?

Also, how do we add custom dialog? By changing the script itself?


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 Re: 0.6 novelties...

 
 by algalord on: Jan 28 2010
 
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The xml file is the same, I don't know why it shoud be different, I can't change the structure for this files, but the script has been optimized a lot.

I must say that if xml backgrounds or the transitions don't work fine for you, it's not problem of the script, the script only create the background.

The custom dialog for nautilus is the name of the script, it's as simple as change the name of the script. It don't create an extra menu for nautilus, I think it's not necesary.

The most important thing in this version is the language support.


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 Not working

 
 by tylerannosaurus on: Feb 5 2010
 
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For some reason this won't change my background...the picture changes in the appearance settings window and if I change the background, then switch back it will be the new background. Any thoughts?


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 no script problem

 
 by algalord on: Feb 5 2010
 
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this is not a script problem, the problem is a bug in the gnome program that change the wallpapers with the xml file... I don't know which application do this work, so I can't fix it.


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 what theme is this in the shot

 
 by someonefromouttaspace on: Feb 6 2010
 
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I like the theme in the screenshot
what's it's name, can I download it somewhere here?


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 Re: what theme is this in the shot

 
 by algalord on: Feb 25 2010
 
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First and second screenshot gtk theme is chromium I believe... I'm not shure, and I cant find this theme... it don't "exists" any moore.

The third screenshot is Elementary that I installed from PPA.


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