ANNOUNCE: xfce4-cpugraph-plugin 1.0.5 released

Landry Breuil landry.breuil at
Wed Jul 4 16:49:38 CEST 2012


for some reason the release manager exploded in my face at the moment
where it should have sent the announce mail... so handcrafting it.

xfce4-cpugraph-plugin 1.0.5 is now available for download from

 SHA1 checksum: 6286bcb91eb88a77e7d8965e80c0999a03afc2ae
 MD5 checksum: f0ebfabb273adf69361b37a3fa4b7912

What is xfce4-cpugraph-plugin?
Panel plugin to display a graphical representation of the CPU load.

Release notes for 1.0.5

This release fixes a crasher (bug #9071, panel was crashing when the
progressbar was not displayed) and a bug introduced with the feature
allowing to set the progressbar color (bug #9081). Now the progressbar
should be displayed by default with the gtk theme color, and should
only use a given color if the user selects one in the configuration
dialog. Note that if you used 1.0.3 or 1.0.4 and you want to get the
default color from the gtk theme, the bar color was saved in the
plugin rc file, so either remove/readd it from the panel so the plugin
gets a default config, or just remove the BarsColor line from

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