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Sidebar Screenlet (with docking)

   2.0  

Screenlet

Score 77%
Sidebar Screenlet (with docking)
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Sidebar Screenlet (with docking)
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Sidebar Screenlet (with docking)
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  206090
Submitted:  Jul 28 2007
Updated:  Sep 3 2008

Description:

A themeable Sidebar Screenlet: Install , launch and manage screenlets through the sidebar menu , also allows you to install screenlet packages by drag drop the screenlet tar file into the sidebar , you can reserve screen space for the sidebar and also select the alignment







Instructions to make it work like a sidebar

First go on the sidebar properties and select "keep bellow" and unselect "keep above"
then on all the other screenlets go on properties and unselect "keep above" but DO NOT select "keep bellow" , that way the sidebar will stay bellow and all the other screenlets will stay on top off it but bellow all other windows




Changelog:

this screenlet will be discontinued because it is now in the oficial screenlets package


2.0 Sidebar can now be placed on bottom or top

1.9 fixed bug in docking

1.8 Docking works amazingly well now

1.7 new docking feature very experimental , put another screenlet on top of the sidebar and it will dock it

1.6 new theme and some bug fixes

1.5 now when you align the sidebar all the screenlets on top of the sidebar will alighn also
now you can give the sidebar the current gtk theme color , or system scheme, also you can give it a custom color of your choice

1.4 added create desktop shortcut
added the ability to launch a 2nd sidebar without launching all the screenlets a 2nd time, added new nosidebar skin

1.3 - Now the sidebar can lauch other screenlets at startup ,when the sidebar gets launched , so only thing you need to have in your gnome session startup is the sidebar screenlet and it will lanch all others

1.2 - Added the ability to select width and height of the bar , + 3 new themes

1.1 -4 new themes , added handling of transparent themes

1.0 added the option to align the sidebar to the left

0.9 added new reserve screen space option

0.8 added new install menu with gtk

0.7 sidebar now auto docks to the edge on the first run , but you can still move it,remenber to lock its position if you want

0.6 added suport for .tar packages and .bz2 anso .gz

0.5 allows you to install downloaded screenlets by drag drop the tar file into the screenlet

New Version 0.3 of the sidebar is only for screenlets 0.0.9

0.3 . Added the ability to launch other screenlets through the sidebar

0.2 - Stable Release

Todo:
More themes , everyone can contribute...




LicenseGPL
(sidebar 0.2 for screenlets 0.0.9)
(sidebar 0.2 for screenlets 0.0.7)
(Mirror - sidebar 0.2 for screenlets 0.0.9)
(Mirror sidebar 0.2 for screenlets 0.0.7)
(Sidebar 0.3 for screelets 0.0.9)
(Sidebar 0.3 for screelets 0.0.9 mirror)
(Sidebar 0.3 for screelets 0.0.9 mirror)
(Sidebar 0.4 for screelets 0.0.9 and higher)
(sidebar 0.5 for screenlets 0.0.9 and higher)
(sidebar 0.6 for screenlets 0.0.9 and higher)
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 Install problem

 
 by tikiss on: Sep 30 2007
 
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Hi guys,

I have just installed the screenlets, and I wanted to install this Sidebar Screenlet, unfortunately I can do it, I got the following Error message: "Invalid archive. Archive must contain a directory with the screenlet's name."
Do you have any idea why not working for me?
The version of screenlet appl is 0.1.


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 Re: Install problem

 
 by Whise on: Sep 30 2007
 
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your not reading the topic...
extract the tar file to your $HOME/.screenlets or to usr/local/share/screenlets...

dont use the screenlet-manager


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 new

 
 by Whise on: Oct 6 2007
 
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new version read the first post please


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 Dock the sidebar?

 
 by christophocles on: Oct 23 2007
 
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Is there a way to "dock" the sidebar on the right side of the screen so that when windows are maximized, they do not cover the sidebar?

This is a common feature in M$ Windowz and I miss it. I do not like to manually resize my windows to leave room for the sidebar.


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 Re: Dock the sidebar

 
 by Whise on: Oct 24 2007
 
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done


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 Re: Re: Dock the sidebar

 
 by markzblake on: Oct 25 2007
 
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What is the configuration settings to dock the sidebar so that maximised windows dont cover it?

I have 1.0 and I cant work it out, all I can manage to do is end up with the Sidebar on top of the other screenlets and i cant recover from that.


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 Re: Re: Re: Dock the

 
 by etherael on: Oct 25 2007
 
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The reserve option doesn't appear to work?
Assuming this is Select Alignment -> Align right reserved means windows should be kept off it? No joy here

Any advice?


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 Re: Re: Dock the sid

 
 by christophocles on: Oct 25 2007
 
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"align reserved" option works exactly as I wanted it to. excellent work, thanks!


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 asd

 
 by Whise on: Oct 25 2007
 
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please be more specific and if possible post screenshots , and your specs and window manager


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 Re: asd

 
 by Whise on: Oct 25 2007
 
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the reserved option is only for maximized windows


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 Re: Re: asd

 
 by etherael on: Oct 25 2007
 
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Yes, that's what I mean, maximising windows makes them slide underneath the sidebar instead of up against it.

Running Ubuntu 7.10 in gnome.

Regards


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 Re: Re: Re: asd

 
 by etherael on: Oct 25 2007
 
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Just got back from remoting in, I realise now that the reserve functionality *does* actually work as long as you're in a real X server, but via Nomachine X server, it just ignores the border.

Not sure if that's fixable or not, but yes, locally logged in to X with compiz fusion it works fine.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: asd

 
 by Whise on: Oct 25 2007
 
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im not familiar with nomachine ,but the method i use to reserve screen space is a freedesktop.org recomendation, however if the window manager is very old it may not recognise the command


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by etherael on: Oct 25 2007
 
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nomachine to the best of my understanding is a substitute x server that runs for remote logins allowing you to login to a system using tech similiar to rdp rather than vnc, that being that it tries to cache various parts of the interface and only update the essential pieces as they go rather than shoving large jpeg like screenshots across the link over and over again as VNC does. you can find more info out on www.nomachine.com.

It's quite useful, but if you have no intention to fix it for nomachine I can just cope with manually resizing my apps for remote logins no worries! Thanks for the applet, it's very nice.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by Whise on: Oct 25 2007
 
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i read somewhere that the command i use to reserve screen space only works on new x systems? how old is the nomachine x server?


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 nomachine X

 
 by etherael on: Oct 26 2007
 
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Hey there,

I'm really not sure but if that's the problem perhaps we should log it as a bug with them.

Regards
Eric


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 bar width

 
 by mgurquiza on: Nov 5 2007
 
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Is there a way to modify this file so i can get more than 160 width??


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 Re: bar width

 
 by Whise on: Nov 5 2007
 
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open the py file with gedit , search a string containg max=160 ,change that and save it


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 Re: Re: bar width

 
 by mgurquiza on: Nov 5 2007
 
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One more thing, do you have any idea on how to lock the screenlets to the side bar? not just locking their position but attaching them to the side bar. Is that possible?


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 Re: Re: Re: bar widt

 
 by Whise on: Nov 6 2007
 
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not right now


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