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#551 2014-01-11 16:32:55

kaido
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From: Finland
Registered: 2014-01-08
Posts: 10

Re: Tint2 Help

pvsage wrote:

Try commenting out the entire battery verse.

Didn't work. I'll admit the icon isn't a huge problem for me.

Last edited by kaido (2014-01-11 16:35:46)

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#552 2014-01-11 17:50:37

PackRat
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Registered: 2011-03-03
Posts: 1,324

Re: Tint2 Help

^ are you running another battery app as well like xfce-power-manager; check your openbox (?) autostart file.


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#553 2014-01-11 20:01:18

kaido
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From: Finland
Registered: 2014-01-08
Posts: 10

Re: Tint2 Help

PackRat wrote:

^ are you running another battery app as well like xfce-power-manager; check your openbox (?) autostart file.

Yes. I had xfce-power-manager in my autostart and after removing that also the battery icon disappeared. Thank you.

Last edited by kaido (2014-01-11 20:01:46)

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#554 2014-02-15 06:14:38

J0K3R
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Registered: 2013-12-28
Posts: 8

Re: Tint2 Help

hello all, i've installed crunchbang 11 waldorf.
No sound icon is appearing when i login as root.
I'm new to crunchbang. can anyone guide me how to add it to the pannel ?? angel

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#555 2014-02-16 18:15:54

tmq
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Registered: 2012-05-30
Posts: 68

Re: Tint2 Help

Question: can someone explain the difference between tint2-svn and "standard" tint2? This seems to imply that SVN is essentially a beta feature. I've seen tint2 w/launchers used in a few versions of puppy linux, Semplice linux, & mentioned on Arch forums - now I'm curious. smile

Last edited by tmq (2014-02-19 22:46:34)

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#556 2014-02-17 08:18:48

easysid
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From: India
Registered: 2013-01-25
Posts: 131

Re: Tint2 Help

J0K3R wrote:

hello all, i've installed crunchbang 11 waldorf.
No sound icon is appearing when i login as root.
I'm new to crunchbang. can anyone guide me how to add it to the pannel ?? angel

seems like an autostart issue. Check the autostart file to see whether you're starting the application. (Not a #! user but I suppose its xfce4-mixer)

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#557 2014-04-19 17:17:39

goldleaf
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Registered: 2014-04-19
Posts: 5

Re: Tint2 Help

Hello! I just started using #!, and I'd like to fix missing icons for tint2. Specifically, it's for houdini.

Tint just gives the window a generic icon, rather than the one it has. I've tried creating a houdini.desktop file in /usr/share/applications, pointing exec directly to houdini-bin, but still, the icon doesn't get picked up.

I've seen some suggestions to use xseticon, but I can't figure out how to use that, since $WINDOW_ID changes with each instance of an application.

Is there something I'm missing in either (both?) of these methods?

Thanks!

Thanks so much!

*Edit* Here are the contents of my houdini.desktop file:

[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
Name=Houdini	
Comment=Animation Software
Categories=Graphics;
Exec=/opt/hfs13.0.376/bin/houdini-bin
Terminal=false
Icon=/opt/hfs13.0.376/houdini_logo.png
StartupNotify=true

Last edited by goldleaf (2014-04-19 17:22:14)

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#558 2014-08-21 19:06:06

m4nuuu
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Registered: 2014-08-21
Posts: 5

Re: Tint2 Help

Hello fellow #!ers

Long time user, first time poster.

I have just stopped using the xfce battery icon and started using tint2's battery reading. However, it gives me a percentage and a timer. Now, ideally I'd like to get ride of the timer completely and just have a percentage. Failing that I'd be happy having the percent and timer laid out horizontally rather than on top of each other!

My searchings and hackings have achieved nothing so far so I'm out sourcing to you lot  wink

Thanks in advance!

Last edited by m4nuuu (2014-08-21 19:06:57)

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#559 2014-08-21 19:53:14

Head_on_a_Stick
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From: A world of pure imagination
Registered: 2014-01-21
Posts: 1,991

Re: Tint2 Help

@m4nuuu --- tricky one that, troubled me for a bit; this is my hack:

bat1_font = dejavu sans extralight 15
bat2_font = sans 0

It works, but there is a tiny space where the "0 point" text fits & it throws the alignment out by a few pixels...  mad
EDIT: Welcome to the forums smile

Last edited by Head_on_a_Stick (2014-08-21 19:53:42)


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#560 2014-08-22 05:52:34

m4nuuu
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Registered: 2014-08-21
Posts: 5

Re: Tint2 Help

@Head_on_a_Stick

Nice solution, I was always seem to overlook the simpliest solution! It'll definatly keep me happy while I try to dig up a more soul satisfying fix smile

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#561 2014-08-31 15:09:38

XLII
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Registered: 2014-07-31
Posts: 26

Re: Tint2 Help

Thought i'd have a go at configuring my tint2 panel again. Is there a way to change the icon size without changing the size of the panel?

EDIT: Hmm, seems like it can not be done according to the questions at the bottom of the page:

Comment by mesi...@gmail.com, Jan 10, 2010

I can adjust systray_icon-size easily in 0.8. Is there a way to adjust the icon size in the task list apart from adjusting height in task_maximum_size?

Comment by project member Andreas.Fink85, Jan 11, 2010

no there is not...

..if there hasn't been any changes since 2010 it seems i'm out of luck. sad

Last edited by XLII (2014-08-31 15:37:41)

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#562 2014-09-01 17:25:17

XLII
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Registered: 2014-07-31
Posts: 26

Re: Tint2 Help

Yay! Making the y value of task_padding negative increased the size as i wanted.

Nascha wrote:
flynn wrote:

but the icon is really small
how do i change the size of the icon/task?

I would try to change the (first for width, second for height) value here:

task_maximum_size = x y

and if you've got that in your tint2rc also have a look at the second value here:

task_padding = x y

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