So, I have a Raspberry Pi. I have used quite many different distributions with it but now I have decided to do something of my own. I decided to go all the way to the source this time and as I write this my system is building an embedded image for Raspberry Pi with Buildroot. I also tested Yocto project once again but ended up using Buildroot instead. Below are the reasons why.
On this page you will find CSS resources I (JJ Posti) have released along with projects. The CSS files will receive revisions and are due to change when time goes by. Essentially, this page can be understood as a theme archive for my software projects.
Crosslinker FM v.5 resources
Runner-Bar CSS resources
0.2-CSS (Default with dark colors)
Alternative:Runner-Bar light theme
RunIT Browser CSS-resources
RunIT-0.2-CSS (Default with dark colors)
Runner-Bar v.0.1 was good but since I love styling I just made a new better release. Runner-Bar v.0.2 comes with a CSS support – now CSS actually handles all the styling. I also added tooltips, removed some obsoleted code and cleared some unneeded module importing while I was add it. I decided to keep the Runner-Bar v.0.1 page onboard as a reference. You can find it here.
Also, a “new release” of Power Manager 3 is now available. This bug fix release only fixes a minor spacing issue.Gentoo distribution complained about the spacing and did not want to start the program at all. On Debian base there was not even an error. Here is a screenshot from the new Runner-Bar. Now, the buttons will also highlight when you move mouse cursor on top of them.
Runner-Bar 0.2 with CSS.