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Screenlets

   0.0.12 final rev 174  

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Link:  http://
Downloads:  90387
Submitted:  Jan 11 2008
Updated:  Sep 3 2008

Description:

lots of new features including non composite support and more screenlets , also very improved code and much more bug free

use the deb or the source or if you want here is the bzr bzr co https://code.launchpad.net/~screenlets-dev/screenlets/trunk




Changelog:

revision 174 is the stable release and the last of the 0.0.12 version




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 screenlets.org

 
 by ketilwaa on: Jan 18 2008
 
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Can't you contact RYX and get access to screenlets.org as well, so screenlets can be kept updated in one place?
Assuming that RYX is OK with you continuing his work?


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 Damn

 
 by SlugO on: Jan 20 2008
 
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For some reason installing these according to the instructions removed all my old screenlets. They're all still in /usr/local/share/screenlets but not in Screenlets Manager.

Also when I try to launch them from the command line they seem to start pretty normally but I just can't see them anywhere.

What a weird problem... :P


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 Re: Damn

 
 by Whise on: Jan 20 2008
 
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noy a weird problem , move them to /usr/share/screenlets


Check out my Screenlets here

http://gnome-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=Whise&action=contents

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 Re: Re: Damn

 
 by SlugO on: Jan 20 2008
 
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Thanks, now they work. Didn't know it would cause a directory change.

Even the SlideShow screenlet works now, it used to always crash when started ever since I updated to 0.8. The only thing not working now is fetching images from Flickr...


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 Translation

 
 by ketilwaa on: Jan 20 2008
 
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I noticed that there are pot-templates in the code, so I went ahead and translated into Norwegian. Could you please try to put these in as no_NB and no_NO (I never can find out what the difference is, but sometimes one of them is not working right). You could make them as no_NN as well, most "nynorsk"-users will prefer a Norwegian Bokmål version over the English one.

Here are the files:
http://home.no.net/kwaanens/linux/translate/screenlets.po
http://home.no.net/kwaanens/linux/translate/screenlets-manager.po

It would be nice if you could put your branch up for translation in Launchpad too.

Thanks!

- Ketil


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 Translation

 
 by ketilwaa on: Jan 20 2008
 
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I noticed that there are pot-templates in the code, so I went ahead and translated into Norwegian. Could you please try to put these in as no_NB and no_NO (I never can find out what the difference is, but sometimes one of them is not working right). You could make them as no_NN as well, most "nynorsk"-users will prefer a Norwegian Bokmål version over the English one.

Here are the files:
http://home.no.net/kwaanens/linux/translate/screenlets.po
http://home.no.net/kwaanens/linux/translate/screenlets-manager.po

It would be nice if you could put your branch up for translation in Launchpad too.

Thanks!

- Ketil


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 Translation

 
 by ketilwaa on: Jan 20 2008
 
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I noticed that there are pot-templates in the code, so I went ahead and translated into Norwegian. Could you please try to put these in as no_NB and no_NO (I never can find out what the difference is, but sometimes one of them is not working right). You could make them as no_NN as well, most "nynorsk"-users will prefer a Norwegian Bokmål version over the English one.

Here are the files:
http://home.no.net/kwaanens/linux/translate/screenlets.po
http://home.no.net/kwaanens/linux/translate/screenlets-manager.po

It would be nice if you could put your branch up for translation in Launchpad too.

Thanks!

- Ketil


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 Sorry for multipost

 
 by ketilwaa on: Jan 20 2008
 
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I have no idea what I did, or that is, Gnome-Look lets me put the comment again if the browser is refreshed. Sorry!


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 Re: Sorry for multip

 
 by Whise on: Jan 20 2008
 
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no problem , how do it set up the translation in launchpad?


Check out my Screenlets here

http://gnome-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=Whise&action=contents

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 Re: Re: Sorry for mu

 
 by ketilwaa on: Jan 20 2008
 
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I'm not quite sure, but maybe this helps?

From https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LoCoTeamHowto:
"The best way for teams to collaborate on translation is to use Rosetta, a web translation portal. Check out https://launchpad.ubuntu.com/rosetta ]and get in touch with DafyddHarries if you want to setup your language or a new application for translation."


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 Re: Re: Re: Sorry fo

 
 by Whise on: Jan 21 2008
 
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ok i added translation on launchpad , one question , i dont know much about deb packages or pot files , how should i add your files?


Check out my Screenlets here

http://gnome-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=Whise&action=contents

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Sorr

 
 by ketilwaa on: Jan 21 2008
 
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I don't really know much about this, but the translations at least go into the po-directory. See here http://codebrowse.launchpad.net/~awn-testing/awn/awn-core-testing/files/rcryderman%40gmail.com-20080118173625-z0gazlq6omoe3q2b?file_id=po-20070730232002-i01h0e2hlfguxt72-23
for an example.

Next, there likely has to be some other stuff done, but I'm not quite sure how. Maybe you could take to one of the AWN-people or Cyberorg from Compiz Fusion.

- Ketil


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by ketilwaa on: Jan 21 2008
 
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Found some links for you:
http://www.gnome.org/~malcolm/i18n/
http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Python_i18n
http://developer.kde.org/documentation/library/kdeqt/kde3arch/kde-i18n-howto.html

I found that info on how to set up an application for translation was not that easy to find. Maybe you could document what you do, with pointers to the guides you used. I try to translate as many apps as I can, so this information would be spread by me.

Thanks again for you excellent work!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by ketilwaa on: Jan 22 2008
 
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You could also contact TualatriX, the author of Ubuntu-Tweak. He has language support, and knows how to do this.
Here: http://www.ubuntu-tweak.com



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