ANNOUNCE: xfdashboard 0.1.906 released
marc-xfce at pub.positon.org
Tue Apr 22 21:30:05 CEST 2014
The blue frame at the top, and the red frame at the right are a bit
flashy.. probably something with the theme ?
To have whiskermenu like behaviour : toggle hide/show with the same key,
I binded my keyboard shortcut to a small script :
pkill xfdashboard || exec xfdashboard
whiskermenu provides a "xfce4-popup-whiskermenu" command for that.
Is this possible to have a similar command packaged ?
Thanks in advance,
xmpp:dooblem at jabber.fr
Le 22/04/2014 20:16, Stephan Haller a écrit :
> xfdashboard-0.1.90 "Loving fixed keyboards" was released on 2014-04-22.
> This is a release candidate for upcoming stable version 0.2.0.
> About xfdashboard
> Maybe a Gnome shell like dashboard for Xfce
> Additional notes
> * Documentation is not up-to-date yet.
> * Further version till stable version is reached will not get new
> features because it enters now the stabilization phase. Please
> report bugs, performance issues, really needed enhancements to the
> current feature set to the URL listed above. Thanks :)
> Release notes for 0.1.90
> * New feature: Added focus manager. It is now possible to control
> xfdashboard nearly completely with keys :) You can move the focus
> from one widget to the next one with TABulator and move backwards
> with the combination of Shift+TABulator. The arrow keys will move
> the selection in the widget which has the focus. The key ENTER
> will activate the currently selected item. In windows view you
> can close a window by pressing either DELETE or BACKSPACE.
> * Renamed "LayoutPrimary" to "Layout" in theme file as it makes
> more sense. Sorry to all of you theming already. But it is
> just a small change ;)
> * More validations in XML parse in theme
> * More actors are stylable and even some non-actor can now be
> themed via CSS of theme. Sadly documentation is not yet
> up-to-date, e.g. it missed that the color of background of
> stage can now be set.
> * You can now set the environment variable XFDASHBOARD_THEME_PATH
> to define a theme path which has the highest priority and
> does not need to be in search path. That makes testing themes
> a lot easier. I used it a lot ;)
> * Lots of other bug fixes and small improvements
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