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Lee Hyde Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom
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Compiz-Indicator

Various Gnome Stuff 23 comments

Score 67.1%
Sep 08 2010
No worries, I suppose it doesn't hurt to have emerald installed, after all I don't actually have to use it.

Once again, kudos for taking on the task of porting fusion-icon. Also, apologies for the quadruple post, I don't know how in the name of hell THAT happened!

Nubey - Sep 08 2010
I can't seem to get it to work, it appears to be dependant on emerald.

I receive the following output in the terminal when trying to start compiz-indicator (or compiz-indicator-start).

#ch2lah@ch2lah-vaio:~$ compiz-indicator
#**found CCSM**
#**Emerald not installed**
#Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/local/bin/compiz-indicator", line 50, in <module>
emeraldwd.set_sensitive(False)
#NameError: name 'emeraldwd' is not defined

If indeed emerald is a dependency, I would seriously suggest reviewing that decision. I would imagine that a sizeable proportion of compiz users do not use emerald.

Regards,

Nubey.

P.S. Thanks for taking the time to code this by the way, I've been waiting with baited breath for someone to port fusion-icon to the indicator-applet for a while now.

- Sep 08 2010
I can't seem to get it to work, it appears to be dependant on emerald.

I receive the following output in the terminal when trying to start compiz-indicator (or compiz-indicator-start).

#ch2lah@ch2lah-vaio:~$ compiz-indicator
#**found CCSM**
#**Emerald not installed**
#Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/local/bin/compiz-indicator", line 50, in <module>
emeraldwd.set_sensitive(False)
#NameError: name 'emeraldwd' is not defined

If indeed emerald is a dependency, I would seriously suggest reviewing that decision. I would imagine that a sizeable proportion of compiz users do not use emerald.

Regards,

Nubey.

P.S. Thanks for taking the time to code this by the way, I've been waiting with baited breath for someone to port fusion-icon to the indicator-applet for a while now.

- Sep 08 2010
I can't seem to get it to work, it appears to be dependant on emerald.

I receive the following output in the terminal when trying to start compiz-indicator (or compiz-indicator-start).

#ch2lah@ch2lah-vaio:~$ compiz-indicator
#**found CCSM**
#**Emerald not installed**
#Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/local/bin/compiz-indicator", line 50, in <module>
emeraldwd.set_sensitive(False)
#NameError: name 'emeraldwd' is not defined

If indeed emerald is a dependency, I would seriously suggest reviewing that decision. I would imagine that a sizeable proportion of compiz users do not use emerald.

Regards,

Nubey.

P.S. Thanks for taking the time to code this by the way, I've been waiting with baited breath for someone to port fusion-icon to the indicator-applet for a while now.

- Sep 08 2010
I can't seem to get it to work, it appears to be dependant on emerald.

I receive the following output in the terminal when trying to start compiz-indicator (or compiz-indicator-start).

#ch2lah@ch2lah-vaio:~$ compiz-indicator
#**found CCSM**
#**Emerald not installed**
#Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/local/bin/compiz-indicator", line 50, in <module>
emeraldwd.set_sensitive(False)
#NameError: name 'emeraldwd' is not defined

If indeed emerald is a dependency, I would seriously suggest reviewing that decision. I would imagine that a sizeable proportion of compiz users do not use emerald.

Regards,

Nubey.

P.S. Thanks for taking the time to code this by the way, I've been waiting with baited breath for someone to port fusion-icon to the indicator-applet for a while now.

- Sep 08 2010
Redshift for Elementary-Monochrome

Icon Sub-Sets 5 comments

Score 50.0%
Jul 13 2010
Yes, I noticed this myself.

I've just updated the icons to reflect the official specification for elementary-mono icons and that appears to have fixed this issue.

Let me know if you have any other suggestions. - Jul 13 2010
Glippy for Elementary-Monochrome

Icon Sub-Sets 4 comments

Score 50.0%
Jul 09 2010
Oops!

It's seems I did a typo; the command should be "sudo gtk-update-icon-cache /usr/share/icons/elementary-monochrome" and not "sudo gtk-update-icon-cache /usr/share/elementary-monochrome".

Regards,

Lee. - Jul 09 2010
elementary Empathy

Icon Sub-Sets 25 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 03 2010
I've tried extracting the contents of this archive to the following locations:

~/.icons/
/usr/share/icons/
/usr/share/empathy/icons/

and yet no change! I've even updated the hicolor icon cache via the following command:

sudo gtk-update-icon-cache /usr/share/icons/hicolor/

I did try to update the ~/.icons/hicolor/ however it reports that 'there is no theme index file', I assume owing to the face that the only content of ~/.icons/ before extracting there was ~/.icons/default/index.theme.

Does anybody have a clue why this isn't working (for me)?

Kind Regards,

Lee 'Nubey' Hyde. - May 26 2010
Compiz Experimental Plugins U/D 3-18-12

Compiz Themes 58 comments

Score 82.1%
Mar 18 2012
I am experiencing the same issue as described above under Ubuntu 10.04 x64 and Compiz 0.8.6.

Originally I had compiled a number of these experimental plug-ins under Compiz-Fusion 0.8.4 and they all worked fine. But upon updating to Compiz 0.8.6 all of the experimental plug-ins exhibited the same 'auto-disable' behaviour. Since then I have opted to fresh install Ubuntu 10.04 x64 and installed the experimental plug-ins using your .deb file (again under Compiz 0.8.6). Is this issue related Compiz 0.8.6 (i.e. incompatibility)? or is this the same issue effecting the 32-bit .deb file?

As an aside, I have never (ever) been able to enable the Userspace File System plug-in, could this be related in any way?

Regards,

Lee 'Nubey' Hyde

Ubuntu 'Lucid Lynx' 10.04 (x86-64)
Compiz 0.8.6 - May 25 2010