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lukas k , Germany
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eigenCal - Calendar Screenlet

Conky 86 comments

Score 63.3%
Mar 01 2012
thanks for your report. Wolle did a fix and I uploaded the new version! - Mar 01 2012
cool idea! that's a big improvement for google-calendar users. it's way more easy to use!

but i'm not a python-developer (as stated above)... so i'm not the right one for your work. actually i'm a designer... so i'm sorry.

but maybe wolle1 will help you - if he has enough free time :-) - May 20 2010
i uploaded the bug fix :-)

rock on! - May 18 2010
nice work done wolle :-)

direct link to eventCal: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/eventCal+(iCal+event+calendar)?content=122757

thanks a lot for your awesome work on eigenCal! - Apr 05 2010
i tried it myself and wolle1 also. we can change the colors and the transparency... - Feb 24 2010
hey everybody! i uploaded new screenshots :-) - Feb 10 2010
it seems as if your ics-file is somehow not working...

i had the same problems, but with version 2.3 they are all gone.

maybe you wanna try another ics-file (if you have google calendar, this should work).

or try this ics-file for example: http://www.golem.de/guckt/GoGu_20100208.ics (TV-recommendations from golem.de). this file definitly works for me with eigencal.

i'm using compiz, ubuntu karmic 9.10

did you try to open the evolution-ics with gedit or another text-editor? is there anything in this ics-file or is it maybe empty? - Feb 10 2010
hello everybody!

wolle1 did again some very effective bugfixing and now the screenlet should work like a charm :-)

PLEASE uninstall any previous eigenCal-installation (via the screenlets-manager using the option "uninstall screenlet"). download version 2.2 and install it as usual.

now everything should work fine - i tried it myself and it works. - Feb 08 2010
hello stef!

i'm experiencing exactly the same issues on my PC (where eigencal was already installed).

but i have no clue, what to do. hopefully wolle1 has a solution.

please be patient :-) - Feb 08 2010
hey everybody! i renamed it now to ".tar.gz" (all screenlets here on gnome-look have this extension)

i installed it on my laptop, pointed the ics-path to the evolution-ics-file and it works. but i'm not sure, if it will start on system-startup.

have fun with this screenlet :-) - Feb 08 2010
i'm really sorry about that, but i don't have a solution for your problem, as i didn't implement the "new" evolution-sync.

but maybe wolle1 has some information about that.

i experienced some problems myself with the new version: it isn't starting anymore, when ubuntu starts... but in the screenlets manager, it is marked as "started". Does anyobody know something about this? - Feb 05 2010
thanks :-) what an honour - Feb 05 2010
nope, in the current version it's not possible.

but if you go into the source-code it's quite easy to find, where the font is set. :-) - Feb 04 2010
we could add rounded corners, but the theme itself is intended to have a rectangular shape :-)

so we probably won't add rounded corners on this theme... maybe someone will do another the with rounded corners. - Feb 02 2010
just a short note: thanks to wolle1 the integration with evolution works now in version 2.1 :-)

big thanks to wolle1! - Feb 02 2010
thanks for the hints.

as i pointed out earlier, i am not a python-native... i just tried to tweak some of the screenlets appearance. i'm really sorry, that the evolution-integration doesnt work... i also experience those problems.

this is probably a bug in the ics-parser-class. if somebody nows about python and has some ideas for replacing the old ics-parser this would be awesome, because i don't have any knowlegde on how to do that.

concerning the themes: i would love to see my design as a theme for the "NowCalendar"-screenlet. but i don't think this will work, because the theme in "NowCalendar" is pretty hard-coded - as mine. i just tweaked the code...

it's a pitty, that i don't know more about python. because i would LOVE to use this screenlet as i expected.

SO PLEASE: if any of you knows somebody who is fluent in python, maybe he could spend 2 hours on the screenlet to develop it even further, this would be awesome! - Dec 15 2009
no problem, i love the whole linux-community and i enjoy doing something for "us" :-) - Nov 26 2009
thanks. if you know about any solution just let me know, i'll try to implement it. - Nov 26 2009
hello guys!

i did a reset of the standard look after the installation. now it is white text on black background.

you can get rid of the standard-calendar-image in the background if you choose the theme "none".

in the new version this is now the standard-theme after installation.

sorry, for the inconvenience :-) - Nov 25 2009
hello guys!

i did a reset of the standard look after the installation. now it is white text on black background.

you can get rid of the standard-calendar-image in the background if you choose the theme "none".

in the new version this is now the standard-theme after installation.

sorry, for the inconvenience :-) - Nov 25 2009
hey unik!

as i'm not a python-native i can't "upgrade" the screenlet to display more calendars.

but maybe it is possible to "join" two ics-files manually and point the screenlet to the new file. that could be a possibility.

or maybe someone else knows how to deal with more calendars... hopefully - Nov 24 2009
iCal - Now Calendar Screenlet

Conky 21 comments

by Whise
Score 50.0%
Jan 26 2008
hello everybody!

if you are interested, i did a remake of this screenlet. i deleted the calendar-icon and re-ordered the events.

if you are interested, check out here: http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=115976 - Nov 23 2009