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SpeedoClock

   v1.1  

Screenlet

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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  3043
Submitted:  Dec 24 2010

Description:

Here is the enhanced version (1.1) of my SpeedoClock Screenlet based upon Anders Storhaug\'s CPUMeter Screenlet default theme newly-customized with Mickyz\'s ClockScreenlet \"Racing Theme\". Thanks to Storhaug and Mickyz...




Changelog:

added Clock Numbers from \"Mickyz\'s ClockScreenlet Racing Theme.
Hourhand, Minutehand and Seconhand parts are inspired from Mickyz\'s Racing Theme.
added \"Clock-glass\" part from \"CairoClock theme.




LicenseGPL
Ubuntu(SpeedoClock_Theme.tar.gz)
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 Looks cool, man, but...

 
 by sekter7 on: Dec 27 2010
 
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I'm not having any luck installing it. Could you please add installation instructions to this page?

Thanks for sharing!


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 adding screenlet theme

 
 by sedaTurca on: Dec 27 2010
 
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of course I love to help you...

now, after you download the screenlet, remember where you save it and launch screenlets manager from main menu. go to "clock screenlet" on the screenlet manager and and click upon it. Then, choose "install new theme" option from the left pane of screenlet manager and when a browser window is opened, browse the directory (e.g /home/.../Desktop or wherever else (.... part is your user folder)) and find the file "SpeedoClock_theme.tar.gz", click "ok" and it it installed! by the way this solution works well with "screenlets 0.1.3".

if you are using an older version of screenlets manager, unfortunately you must install the theme manually. to do, browse "/home/..../.screenlets" path in Nautilus and find themes folder. copy and paste the SpeedoClock_Theme.tar.gz file, then right-click it and click "extract here". After extraction, delete the tar.gz file but not the folder you have extracted. Close nautilus and restart screenlets manager. Then you can select the theme from clock screenlet properties>themes...

enjoy yourself! goodluck! :)


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 Re: adding screenlet theme

 
 by sekter7 on: Dec 28 2010
 
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Thanks, my friend, for your very clear installation instructions. I don't think I could figure this out on my own because I was trying to install it as a screenlet rather than a theme for a screenlet. That's the part I overlooked. I followed your instructions and easily installed your new theme. I love it. It is very classy and sharp looking. It really enhances my desktop. Thanks for sharing this with us!

By the way, I have been looking for the CPU Meter screenlet or theme shown above that you based your clock theme on. I would like to install it as well since it would look very nice next to your clock theme. However, I can't seem to find it here on gnome-look. Is it here, or can you direct me to where I can download it.?

Thanks again for your good work!


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