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Talika applet

   0.50  

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Talika applet
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Talika applet
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Depends on  GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  17829
Submitted:  Jan 9 2010
Updated:  Sep 1 2010

Description:

This is a gnome panel applet that lets you switch between open windows using icons.

***NOTE***
If you build from source run configure with --prefix=/usr. Without it applet won't be listed.

./configure --prefix=/usr
make
sudo make install

Logout from session and login again.




Changelog:

/**************** 0.50 ********************************/
This version has a lot of gui makeover and bug fixes.
New features are:

* Better icons
* Show pin option for pinnable apps
* Supports pinning via drag and drop
* Add option to show tasks from multiple monitors
* Option to close group with middle click
* Option to show preview on multiple windows only
* Better pininig support for openoffice & some wine apps (like picasa)
* Choose custom icon for launcher
* Many ui customization options
* And many more ( explore yourself )

A few minus --
- translations are not up to date
- someone may not like new interface at all. Please use older version than.

/**************** 0.49 ********************************/
This is not a feature release. Minor issues are fixed.

* Launch terminal in home directory
* Prefrences dialog layout changed
* Now includes windows from all monitors
* Turkish translation added

/**************** 0.48 ********************************/
Several new features are included. Many crash
bugs are fixed. Most important are:

* Pin to panel support added
* Windows preview support added
* Option to use monochrome icons added
* Crash bug on autologin fixed
* Crash bug on middle click close fixed
* hangup while resizing on non-expending panel fixed
* French translation added

/**************** 0.24 ********************************/
This is mainly a bug fix version:

* Crash bug on startup of some applications fixed
* Reworked tooltips
* Polish, Russian translations added

/**************** 0.23 ********************************/
This release includes:

* Changing icons order via drag and drop
* Fixed compilation error on earlier versions of ubuntu
* Germen, Spanish, Italian, Swedish translations added


/**************** 0.22 ********************************/
The new features added in this release are:

* Grouping of similar windows
* Closing window on middle-click
* Better menu positioning on vertical panel
* Improved icon quality

Author's Blog : http://dahiyavinod.blogspot.com/




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 Mandriva 2010.1 RPM package

 
 by atilla on: May 26 2010
 
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Hi, i have succesfully build Mandriva rpm for upcoming 2010.1 release. Package can be found at MandrivaTurkiye RPM repository:

ftp://ftp.linux.org.tr/pub/mandriva-tr/2010.1/free


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 Re: Mandriva 2010.1 RPM package

 
 by Dart00 on: May 26 2010
 
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Looks like its only for x86_64 :( I run a x86


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 Re: Re: Mandriva 2010.1 RPM package

 
 by atilla on: May 26 2010
 
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You' re right. There will be a i586 rpm soon.


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 Re: Re: Re: Mandriva 2010.1 RPM package

 
 by Dart00 on: May 26 2010
 
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Then hopefully I can convert it a .deb for ubuntu :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Mandriva 2010.1 RPM package

 
 by Dart00 on: Jun 9 2010
 
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Just wondering if anyone has managed to make a 32 bit deb or RPM to convert to a deb of the latest SVN? I really wana see how the project is progressing...and dont have much luck building on my own :(


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Mandriva 2010.1 RPM package

 
 by atilla on: Jun 9 2010
 
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There is already a 32 bit rpm package on our MVT repository. Check that out. But beware, Mandriva uses i586 architecture for 32bit packages, so it won't work on i386 or i486 archs.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Mandriva 2010.1 RPM package

 
 by Dart00 on: Jun 10 2010
 
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Ummm. How can I access the MVT repository? I use Ubuntu. Is it like a PPA?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Mandriva 2010.1 RPM packag

 
 by atilla on: Jun 10 2010
 
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No. It's not like a PPA. A community repository for Mandriva. Btw, here is the rpm package:
ftp://ftp.linux.org.tr/pub/mandriva-tr/2010.1/i586/free/gnome-talika-applet-0.49-1mvt2010.1.i586.rpm



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Mandriva 2010.1 RPM package

 
 by Dart00 on: Jun 10 2010
 
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Oh. I see! Umm.. It says .49-1. Wasent that the version posted on May 2? I was looking for the latest SVN?

Eh. Ill check it out tommrow. :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Mandriva 2010.1 RPM packag

 
 by atilla on: Jun 10 2010
 
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Yep, version is what you see. We prefer to provide latest stable versions of applications unless there is no major and *most wanted* feature.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Mandriva 2010.1 RPM package

 
 by Dart00 on: Jun 10 2010
 
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Ah...thats ok but thanks anyway.

Guess ill have to wait for the developer to release the next version.


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 Re: Mandriva 2010.1 RPM package

 
 by yangson on: May 28 2010
 
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Congratz man! Working perfectly! I tested here on a Mandriva 2010.0 x64.
Great work!


Yeah!
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 Almost there.

 
 by Rainman002 on: Jun 8 2010
 
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I was prodding around in gconf-editor and found the "launchers" list, but I couldn't figure out how to make a custom launcher work through that. For example "nautilus --browser" or "gedit ~/document.txt". Both of these would be excellent as they would allow for nautilus to be booted with all of the toolbars from talika and it would allow documents to be pinned to the panel (manually is good enough).


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 Use only command and icon?

 
 by Rainman002 on: Jun 10 2010
 
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I was poking around in the source and it seems to be basing launchers entirely on desktop files. Although convenient to simply implement, I think storing commands, icons, and class names in lists allows for the most flexibility. Just for kicks, I think I'm going to try to do it myself as an educational exercise since I'm totally new to gtk.


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 Re: Use only command and icon?

 
 by vinoddahiya on: Jun 10 2010
 
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yes. talika works with desktop files.
Did you tried latest svn version? it allows you to change the icon of a launcher.
You can copy a desktop file, change its exe arguments and drag-drop to talika. It will create a launcher with custom arguments.


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 Re: Re: Use only command and icon?

 
 by vinoddahiya on: Jun 10 2010
 
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ah! sorry. above method dosen't work. I will soon provide some workaround to change arguments of launcher.


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 Re: Re: Re: Use only command and icon?

 
 by Rainman002 on: Jun 10 2010
 
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One thing that works is to make a *.desktop file to do what you want (like startup arguments and custom icon) and then manually add it to the list in gconf. This accomplishes the goal but it is inconvenient.

The most convenient solution would be to show the list of launchers in the "preferences" dialog and allow them to be customized/edited directly.


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 Suggestions, Bug and Question

 
 by rafacure on: Jun 17 2010
 
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Suggestions
1 - The icon to stay in the same place, even after the application is run;
2 - Allow to choose the icon;
3 - Improve the quality of the icon;

Bug
1 - There is pinning (pin) none of the applications of Open Office;

Question
1 - I'm novice PHP programmer, how do I translate the Talika for the Portuguese of Brazil (pt-BR)?


Rafael Alves
rafacure@gmail.com

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 Re: Suggestions, Bug and Question

 
 by vinoddahiya on: Jun 18 2010
 
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All the bugs fix and features are in svn version.
I will host project translation on http://www.transifex.net with new version , so that it would be easy for translators.


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 disable tooltip

 
 by MisterE on: Jun 27 2010
 
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Is it possible to disable the tooltip? I think the behavior of it is a little bit annoying.


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 Excellent

 
 by holodeck on: Jul 2 2010
 
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Unlike the DockbarX experiment, this is actually useful.
Keep up the good work!


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