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Sequence FM v.3

2nd of June: Sequece FM v.4 & Gtk-Tools v.1 have arrived.

Sequence FM v.3 has arrived

Sequence FM has received an upgrade. The upgrade brings open archive, compress object, extract object functionality.  Sequence FM needs file-roller as a dependency to achieve the above functionality. Otherwise the dependencies have remained the same as they were in v.2.

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PostX-programs: package upgraded

19th of May 2017: upgrade has happened. Go here for the new versions.

Quick Terminal 0.5.1 released(April 23 April)

This is a minor update, which changes  gir1.2-vte-2.91 or higher to a dependency (transition from gir1.2-vte-2.90).Quick Terminal code is changed accordingly. The changes made should provide forward compatibility for Quick Terminal. For full list of dependencies see below. 

Download Quick-Terminal_0.5.1 (as a zip)

Original entry from 18th of March:

Postx-programs package is now upgraded. Kernel will happen next week – since this time coding and tweaking took a lot more time than expected.

PostX-programs brings new versions for:

PostX-Calendar, which is now QT5.

Quick Terminal, which now has a cleaner interface. Also, some commands like copy and paste are now living within a right click menu.

Power-Manager is also now QT5 and it has some Openbox related and PostX Gnu/Linux related integration in it(lock screen=i3lock, quit desktop=openbox related etc.) Power-manager still uses only sudo. I will integrate su features in the next version.

Upgrade for PostX Gnu/Linux users (in  terminal): sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade

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Runner-Bar v.0.2-CSS is here

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.

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Runner-Bar 0.2 with CSS.

 

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About Runner-Bar.

 

If you do not want dark colors then check out the light theme for Runner-Bar

If you do not want dark colors then check out the light theme for Runner-Bar

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Power-Manager 3 (QT4) released and a new Youtube video available

The latest addition to my programming portfolio: Power-Manager 3 is now here. Power-Manager 3 is a re-designed version of the older Power-Manager, which was originally put together with Zenity and Bash.

Power-Manager 3 does the same things as its older ancestor. As always, the screenshot speaks for itself:

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Power-Manager 3 with QT4

You will need python and python-qt4 in order to run this program. Remember to make it executable with chmod +x power.py

Run the program with python power.py

Remember to execute the above commands within a terminal client. You can also make a symbolic link – to achieve an easier startup.(For example, sudo ln -s power.py /usr/local/bin/power)

Download Power-manager from here: Power-Manager v.3.0.1

Old Versions: Power-Manager 3.zip

Enjoy and while I continue coding you can also go ahead and take a look at my latest Youtube video, which is about apt-get usage on Debian and its deriatives.

Added Note 4th  of August:

The program uses sudo. If you use the traditional root account instead then replace the program code’s  gksudo lines with gksu . Of course, make sure that you actually have gksudo or gksu installed on your system before using the program.