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Terminal Screenlet

  

Screenlet

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Terminal Screenlet
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Terminal Screenlet
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Terminal Screenlet
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Downloads:  53924
Submitted:  Feb 7 2008
Updated:  Aug 30 2010

Description:

[August 29, 2010 -- I'll look into the transparency issues with Lucid and try to have a new release soon.]

This is a configurable terminal Screenlet.

Right click terminal for copy, paste, and configuration options.

Drag border to move.

gnome-look.org's renaming of packages seems to break Install Screenlet functionality. Just rename package to "Terminal.tar.gz" or unpack to ~/.screenlets/ yourself.

TODO: Get other settings from gconf.




Changelog:

0.1.10 - Added option to set scrollback buffer.

0.1.9 - Figures... I found a better way of launching the startup application about 2 minutes after uploading 0.1.8. Removed option to relaunch application on exit, will work on that functionality.

0.1.8 - ADDED: Launch application at startup. Also added option to exit to terminal when comman1d completes (Relaunches application upon exiting, otherwise).

0.1.7 - Will now load palette information from gconf as well.

0.1.6 - Added: Will now load colour settings from gconf, if wanted. Added a workaround for terminal opacity, you do not have to restart to change the opacity now. Reworked how colours are set, changed what tab some options are under, and cleaned up some code.

0.1.5 - Added: CUSTOM SIZES! There you go guys, just took me a day to get my head around what was wrong.

0.1.4 - Added: Customizable Fonts, by request.

0.1.3 - Added:
- Customizable Colours for background, foreground (text), and border.
- Resizable border (0 = none)
- 'True' terminal transparency. Requires a restart to take effect, working on that.

0.1.2 - Fixed click area issue due to vte not scaling properly. Terminal can now be sized using scaling option. Removed some debug printing as well.

0.1.1 - Added Properties option to terminal right-click

0.1 - Initial Release




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 installation failed

 
 by whodunit on: Feb 9 2008
 
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When trying to install this screenlet i get the error:

Installation failed: The package could not be installed because there are no executable files. I would love to check this out, it is exactly what i have been looking for.


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 Re: installation fai

 
 by spdf on: Feb 9 2008
 
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That's strange.. which version of Screenlets are you using? You could try unpacking the Terminal folder to ~/.screenlets/


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 Great idea

 
 by MNICY on: Feb 10 2008
 
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I was waiting for someone to make one of these :)

I just have one request:
Make it so you can resize the screenlet.
I dont know how hard this would be to do, but it would make it so i actually use it.
At this point, im not going to use it because it is to large. The "scale" option does nothing :(

If you get this to work, you are amazing :D


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 Re: Great idea

 
 by spdf on: Feb 10 2008
 
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Done and done, sir.

I have 2x22", so I have a lot of screen space and don't always think about making things smaller :P


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 Re: Re: Great idea

 
 by MNICY on: Feb 10 2008
 
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Thanks :D
It is great. I love it!

The only improvement i could suggest would be to make it so you could put in width and length values, so i could make it tall and skinny if i wanted, etcetera. But the scaling option makes it usable for me, so im not going to be complaining ;)


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 any

 
 by udolf on: Feb 10 2008
 
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any way to make this a true tansparent desktop terminal without any borders or anything?


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 Re: any

 
 by MNICY on: Feb 10 2008
 
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I was just going to suggest this.
What i did to get this was:
open

~/.screenlets/Terminal/TerminalScreenlet.py

with a text editor.
Change this line:

self.vbox.set_border_width(10)

to

self.vbox.set_border_width(0)


Personaly i used 1, as i like a border but not a huge one ;) Looks a bit weird with my tiny terminal lol

It would be cool if you made this easy to do in the screenlet options, and also make it so you can change border color?


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 New options

 
 by spdf on: Feb 11 2008
 
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I'll have another upload soon, I've added user configurable colours for border, background, and foreground. As well as adjustable border width. Just need to work on the transparency a bit so the text stays opaque.


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 Re: New options

 
 by MNICY on: Feb 11 2008
 
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Thats great. This is starting to look like a super high quality screenlet :D


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 nice

 
 by udolf on: Feb 12 2008
 
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very nice update

my suggestions now are
-select font to use
-select dir in which the terminal starts (~/Desktop for example)


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 Another suggestion

 
 by MNICY on: Feb 13 2008
 
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My suggestion would be have custom sizes for the screenelts.
Like have a width and height box where you can put in numbers.
Like, if i want a 200x500 terminal screenlet, i just put 200 into the width and 500 into the height.


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 Re: Another suggesti

 
 by MNICY on: Feb 13 2008
 
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-----Cut-----
"If you require a custom size, edit ~/.screenlets/Terminal/TerminalScreenlet.py and change "screenlets.Screenlet.__init__(self, is_widget=False, width=640, height=480, uses_theme=False, **keyword_args)"

I'm working on getting size changes without scaling, but its not reliable yet."
-----/Cut-----
I tried this, i put in
screenlets.Screenlet.__init__(self, is_widget=False, width=200, height=250, uses_theme=False, **keyword_args)
and it worked great. Of course, it would be a good idea to put this into the options ;)


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 Re: Another suggesti

 
 by MNICY on: Feb 13 2008
 
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-----Cut-----
"If you require a custom size, edit ~/.screenlets/Terminal/TerminalScreenlet.py and change "screenlets.Screenlet.__init__(self, is_widget=False, width=640, height=480, uses_theme=False, **keyword_args)"

I'm working on getting size changes without scaling, but its not reliable yet."
-----/Cut-----
I tried this, i put in
screenlets.Screenlet.__init__(self, is_widget=False, width=200, height=250, uses_theme=False, **keyword_args)
and it worked great. Of course, it would be a good idea to put this into the options ;)


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