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Conky Flavours

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Conky Flavours
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Conky Flavours
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Conky Flavours
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Downloads:  25926
Submitted:  Dec 6 2008
Updated:  Sep 29 2009

Description:

Based on Conky-colours by helmuthdu
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/CONKY-colors?content=92328

I like Conky-colors, but:
- I don't want to register to Wearther.com
- I don't need mail notifications on my desktop
- Some important things are missing
- To many modifications

So, I modify Conky-colors script to fit my needs.
- I added nVidia card section to provide informations about GPU temperature
- Weather still available with Accuweather service (it's just a feed)
- I added HD temperature line
- Modified clock fonts
- Calendar under desktop clock
- Just english version
- You don't need to modify practically anything
Very simple!!


You can install/uninstall everything with a zenity script.
A little GUI program will help you to change between different conky flavours.





HDD Temperature requires root access. For how to check here:
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?s=423ee2361e1a9a5e3dc8a777c73cceff&t=282353&page=7

For WEATHER use everything after the loccode=
Example: If you live in Toronto, Canada
http://www.accuweather.com/world-index-forecast.asp?partner=accuweather&traveler=0&loccode=NAM|CA|ON|TORONTO
your code will be NAM|CA|ON|TORONTO
Put the code in your configuration file.


Please read How it works! file to get detailed instructions.




Changelog:

Version 1.0

first release


Version 2.0

I have changed the download link and there are some little improvements:
- rewrite installer script
- added single CPU version
- desktop shortcut automatically created
- now everything works Out-of-Box

Version 3.0

I fixed a little bug in HD applet
Screenshots updated




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 Great work

 
 by soeb on: Sep 15 2009
 
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I must say, great work! Just a few modifications and it worked great for me (temperature, fan speed, etc.).

Just one thing, it'd be better if you kept consistency between the space used and space available (for / showed how much is used and for /home how much space is available - confusing at first).


Regards,
Soeb

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 Re: Great work

 
 by Lemonade on: Sep 29 2009
 
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thank you, I corrected this little bug


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 icons+fix

 
 by dzon65 on: Sep 19 2009
 
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Great job.Two questions though.When I install it there arent any icons in front of each application.Just some letters.Two:how can I make the start/switch icon stay on the panel.After I reboot it'll disappear.


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 Re: icons+fix

 
 by Lemonade on: Sep 29 2009
 
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1. Desktop icon doesn't appear?
2. With "panel", you mean "gnome-panel" or some other panel?

There may be a problem with your system...


Please post your details (with screenshots if possible) here, I'll be ready to help.


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 Re: icons+fix

 
 by Lemonade on: Sep 29 2009
 
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thank you, I corrected this little bug


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 what about colors?

 
 by Zeros on: Jan 18 2010
 
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Great work, I like it, because I used Conky Colors long time ago, but I was bored of editing the scripts. Now, I found this version, and I think it's great.

But I want to ask you about the colors, because I want Conky in green, just like the picture up there. ┬┐Is there any solution for this?

Thanks, and sorry about my bad English. Greetings!


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 Re: what about colors?

 
 by Lemonade on: Feb 4 2010
 
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this feature is not yet implemented...
unless you are going to build your own conky...
I think I can release a new version to add this feature
...so stay tuned for new updates!


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 Symbols

 
 by darius82 on: May 16 2010
 
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First of all, i really like your work, i like the clean and pure style.

I am very new to ubuntu and conky and i got a small problem. i got webdings installed but they dont show up in conky flavours. instead there a normal letters. can you help me?


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 nvidia-gpu

 
 by jastonas on: May 17 2010
 
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One comment concerning nvidia gpu temp. conky_dark (and probably light) have a small error and doesnt display the gpu temp.

Just edit conky file, go to line 110 and remove the dot before the file nvidia-gpu.sh

Change from:
Quote:
${voffset 6}${font PizzaDude Bullets:size=12}9${font} GPU temp: ${alignr}${execi 300 ~/scripts/.nvidia-gpu.sh}


To:
Quote:
${voffset 6}${font PizzaDude Bullets:size=12}9${font} GPU temp: ${alignr}${execi 300 ~/scripts/nvidia-gpu.sh}


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 no network

 
 by clockworktri on: Oct 29 2010
 
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this program is great for me, because it makes things to simple! but i just installed it, and nothing shows up under the network area. is there something I need to install to make those scripts work?


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 Re: no network

 
 by pr09studio on: Nov 12 2010
 
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What kind of connection do you have?
(e.g. eth, PPoE)


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 Re: Re: no network

 
 by ahmad89 on: Dec 30 2010
 
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i also have the same problem.only at network it's not working.by the way,i am using wireless connection.thanks in advance


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