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#1 2003-08-18 16:19:35

neri
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From: Victoria, Canada
Registered: 2003-05-04
Posts: 552

gtk2-shadow

Hi,

gtk2 with shadows under the menues; some people like it some not - I run it
on one of my machines. The patch is written by Olivier Fourdan, the creator
of xfce. The file is named gtk2-shadow, the package is still gtk2 because to
many others are depending on it. Use pacman -U gtk-2.2.2.pkg.tar.gz and it
should be working.

gtkmenu-shadow.png



cleanice-engine, gtk-smooth-engine, gtk-engines-dwerg are three engines
for gtk2. These are engines, not themes. Try it, then like it or kick it.

grip is a gnome2 based frontend for cd-ripping. It is also a capable cd-player.
It has verx flexible settings for file naming or id3 tagging. It supports id3v2.
On problem: when it doesn't find a config file (after very first start), it looks
for for /dev/cdrom, and stop. Start it first with "grip --device=/dev/cdroms/cdrom0"
and this value will be saved. After that you can start it simply by "grip".

gurlchecker is currently under heavy development and seems very close
to be finished. This is version pre6. You can check websites or whole projects
with it for dead links (internal and external)

bye neri

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#2 2003-08-18 16:41:05

_JeffG_
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Registered: 2003-08-04
Posts: 61
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Re: gtk2-shadow

Thanks for making a grip package.  I will be checking it out today.  It was one of the key packages holding me back from Arch on my main machine. 

Jeff

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#3 2003-08-20 06:30:08

_JeffG_
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Re: gtk2-shadow

I tested the grip package on my Arch box and it did not display/find the cd title.  Artist and track info was correct.  However, I rebuilt the package and that problem went away.  Seems to work as expected for me.  Thanks again for your effort.

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