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Postby chickpea » Wed May 16, 2007 16:45

:oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:

Told you it was something stooooopid, like not running update-eix after a layman -S.

DUH!!!!

Sorry.
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Postby wolfden » Wed May 16, 2007 22:51

eheheh

just remember the new features are in the svn one
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New Release

Postby Necoro » Fri Jun 01, 2007 20:17

As there are some accumulated changes: New Version: 0.7.4.1

Changes:
- added name of overlay the package comes from
- filtering "--ask" from EMERGE_DEFAULT_OPTS
- show reason for a package being masked as a tooltip
- added settings: gtk: console font
- show emerge progress in window title
- work with PyQt-4.2

Have fun ;)
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Postby Necoro » Sun Jun 03, 2007 18:08

I am just putting it here:
Portato is still looking for other developers. Especially the Qt-part needs a mantainer.
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Scalable Icon

Postby P4R4D0X » Tue Jun 12, 2007 4:58

Heres a scalable icon i made

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Postby Necoro » Tue Jun 12, 2007 8:56

Hey - looks great :)

(Have I ever said, that I hate Qt? ... The GTK takes the svg and displays it - w/o any changes... And Qt?: "*cry* SVG ... mummy - help me ... SVG is evil" -.- )
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Postby Necoro » Tue Jun 12, 2007 23:33

Okay ... I converted your SVG to a png (as at least my XFCE and the damn Qt are not able to display SVG in Desktop Menus / Systrays) and use it now as the standard icon :)

But - what is the real intention of having this icon as a svg (thus having a scalable icon)? (Please help a clueless man ^^)
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Postby voxiac » Wed Jun 13, 2007 0:23

Necoro wrote:Okay ... I converted your SVG to a png (as at least my XFCE and the damn Qt are not able to display SVG in Desktop Menus / Systrays) and use it now as the standard icon :)

But - what is the real intention of having this icon as a svg (thus having a scalable icon)? (Please help a clueless man ^^)

Now when there was so much hype around kde4 and moving to svg-based everything I thought qt should be reasonably good at displaying svg... Well, I can think of at least one reason: imagine one big fat Portato icon which fills half of the desktop!
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Postby P4R4D0X » Wed Jun 13, 2007 6:48

Necoro wrote:Okay ... I converted your SVG to a png (as at least my XFCE and the damn Qt are not able to display SVG in Desktop Menus / Systrays) and use it now as the standard icon :)

But - what is the real intention of having this icon as a svg (thus having a scalable icon)? (Please help a clueless man ^^)


So you can use the icon at any size and not lose quality. :lol:


Also, setting my sync command to emerge --sync && layman -S doesn't work, id like to be-able to sync my overlays at the same time.
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Postby Necoro » Wed Jun 13, 2007 11:44

P4R4D0X wrote:Also, setting my sync command to emerge --sync && layman -S doesn't work, id like to be-able to sync my overlays at the same time.

Is there any error message? - Or does it just not execute the second statement?

btw: Thanks for clarifying the SVG-stuff ;) ... I just thought there were something special about it ;)
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