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Compiz-Indicator

   v0.2  

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Score 66%
Compiz-Indicator
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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  2047
Submitted:  Sep 8 2010
Updated:  Sep 9 2010

Description:

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**What is compiz-indicator?**
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The overall idea of this app is based off the very popular fusion-icon tray application. The general functions should be similar.
The app allows you to control the seperate elements of your Window manager and Decorators, all from your Indicator tray in ubuntu.
compiz-indicator is my very first python program. I created this to better integrate with the Ubuntu environment.

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**Installation**
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To install this package, execute the following in a terminal:

chmod +x install.sh
./install.sh

The installer should perform all the neccessary steps.

To activate the indicator at startup, add an entry to Ubuntu\'s startup applications with the command \'compiz-indicator-start\'.


For a manual install, do the following:

chmod +x compiz-indicator
chmod +x compiz-indicator-start.sh

sudo cp compiz-indicator /usr/local/bin
sudo cp compiz-indicator-start.sh /usr/local/bin/compiz-indicator-start

If this fails for you, amend your commands to the following:

chmod +x compiz-indicator
chmod +x compiz-indicator-start.sh

sudo cp -r compiz-indicator /usr/local/bin
sudo cp -r compiz-indicator-start.sh /usr/local/bin/compiz-indicator-start

If this still gives you issues, please contact me via Gnome-look comments or private messaging.

Emerald will be installed to fulfil a dependancy




Changelog:

v0.1 - First Release
v0.2 - Enhanced the install script. Added Emerald to install items.




LicenseGPL
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 it shows different icon

 
 by 24dhruv on: Sep 18 2010
 
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hello there,
i m having problem with the icon being shown on the compiz-indicator it does not show the theme icon
here is the screenshot
http://lh5.ggpht.com/_z3LlBkNbDVU/TJUaPMt7dsI/AAAAAAAABiY/YLoyXqFy8ys/s800/Screenshot.png

i m on amd-turion-x2 and lucid 64bit os

it looks ugly can u tell me how to fix this?


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 Re: it shows different icon

 
 by MikiTwic on: Oct 8 2010
 
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try to replace icons in /usr/share/icons/Humanity/apps/22/fusion-icon-panel.svg with icon which you want and then restart gnome panel (sudo killall gnome-panel)


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 Not detecting window decorator

 
 by elric80 on: Nov 19 2010
 
Score 50%

Hi!

I'm on Debian Squeeze AMD64 with plain gnome, and the compiz-indicator's menu has the entries grayed out.

If I run «emerald/gtk-window-decorator --replace» they appear, but sometimes it only allows me to change to the current window decorator. If I click on it, the current window decorator reloads and then I'm given the chance to change to the other window decorator (meaning it gets un-grayed).

Just in case, I set sleep 6 for compiz-indicator in startup applications, but nothing.

Still a very nice app, however :)


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 weird

 
 by XmaskX on: Nov 28 2010
 
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each time i choose terminate or activate effects i get another instance of it in the indicator applet.
in the end i reside with 5times terminate effects and 5times activate for example. and i can do this to an unlimited amount.
the effects will actually terminate and activate so this works properly.


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 Re: weird

 
 by armc on: Feb 1 2011
 
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This is one reason that I wrote DisPlex. I started out with one and ended up with multiple items.

In the process of fixing the program I decided to take it and go several steps further to "try" and combine multiple functions into one menu... primarily focusing around display functions.

Noteable exceptions:

* Show/Hide desktop icons.
* Metacity Compositing
* Basic "Disper" integration (just working from online information... I don't own a NVIDIA system)
* AcerHK Driver Control (yes, that is an odd ball, but will only show if you use the driver)
* Made menus display what is installed only and change to reflection action (enable/disable).

Anyway, if you try out DisPlex, checking the about dialog will provide you with a authors list... and this author is credited for his prior work that contributed to DisPlex. So far, he has been no responsive to my attempt to contact him and enlist his participation in the program development/enhancement.

Regards to all,
ARMC
https://sourceforge.net/p/displex


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 Same problem here

 
 by WiseFerret on: Dec 15 2010
 
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Same problem - ever escalating list of "terminate effects" and "activate effects". Can this be fixed? It would be a beutiful app if it can. Also, why the dependency on emerald?


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 New Program - Same Purpose ++

 
 by armc on: Jan 16 2011
 
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All,

You can get a newer/better program in .deb format from this link:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/195281/acerhk-pack/displex-0.1-all.deb

if it fails, search Sourceforge.net for the program.

DisPlex

I will post an updated link when available.

Let me know what you think!!! Post in the forum on SourceForge (less preferred, post reply here).


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 DisPlex

 
 by armc on: Feb 1 2011
 
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DisPlex builds upon the functionality from this program. Previous Post.

DisPlex is version 0.4.1

https://sourceforge.net/p/displex

.deb available. See readme / changelog for details.


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