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Talika applet

   0.50  

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Score 78%
Talika applet
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Talika applet
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  18077
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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 Bug?

 
 by ozbolt on: Jan 3 2011
 
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You see the "Pythony" icon - well that is actually Miro, that should have the well known m icon.

Othervise, thank you very much for hard work, it work awesome.

http://www.shrani.si/f/2M/vC/qYrwNXA/screenshot.png
http://www.getmiro.com/


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 Thank God for this!

 
 by donoterase on: Jan 28 2011
 
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Thank you so much for this! I have tried all the dock programs as I am a big fan of icon application indicator (as opposed to the use of buttons in gnome), but always find myself coming back to the gnome panel. Have not found a dock that's as simplistic as the gnome panel. This applet gives the gnome panel that elegant touch. Long live the gnome panel! Thanks again!


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 Issues with workspace switcher

 
 by donoterase on: Jan 29 2011
 
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I'm just curious if anyone out there is having the same issue as me?

When gnome panel is not in expanded mode, workspace switcher doesn't update (or its very slow to respond when it does) when the option "include all workspace" is enabled.

The issue has been replicated on all three of my machines, running Linux Mint 10, Mandriva 2010.2 and Slackware 13.


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 pin firefox

 
 by vangelas on: Feb 12 2011
 
Score 50%

This a brilliant application and extremely useful. Many thanks!
I only have had one issue:
When I pin firefox 4, I end up with firefox 4 safe mode pinned. Any ideas why? This only presented a few days ago, so I am guessing (and hoping) it must have something to do with an update.


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 Re: pin firefox

 
 by vangelas on: Feb 16 2011
 
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OK this was fixed after a firefox update...


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 Talika / Mint 11

 
 by hobohaiku on: May 31 2011
 
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Hi - great litlle applet - I can't live without it.
But i've just installed Linux Mint 11 (Gnome 2.32), and Talika refuses to launch ("The panel encountered a problem while loading "OAFIID:GNOME_mintMenu".)
It used to work in Mint10, but I think they've changed the MintMenu.
I've tried without Desktop Effects, and I've tried compilling from source - same error.


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 Re: Talika / Mint 11

 
 by MadMax2000 on: Jun 2 2011
 
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Same here - Ubuntu 11.04, Classic desktop. It seems this version is not compatible with the latest Gnome panels.


Whatever you think, it may be wrong...
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 I found out about it today...

 
 by bjgood on: Jun 1 2011
 
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...and I think it's great. Just what I was looking for. Better than dockbarx for my use and it uses one third the ram, as well. Nice. Please keep on developing it. I'm now a fan.

Again, thank you.

Bob


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