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The MX-17 conkies

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Re: The MX-17 conkies

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Post by dolphin_oracle » Wed Nov 29, 2017 3:50 pm

One of the things to watch in the conky fine tuning is the "max size" designation inside the conky files. I tweaked the current default by expanding that value to 700 (originally 550 I think) as "Wednesday" was cut off at the "d".
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Re: The MX-17 conkies

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Post by dolphin_oracle » Wed Nov 29, 2017 3:52 pm

Jerry3904 wrote:@ Stevo and/or DO: why do the GoldGrey conkies show up? They are not in the GitHub repo.

I built with whatever came down in the update. So I don't know.

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Its also possible that I didn't get them removed from the home folder when doing the updating. compare ~/.conky vs. /usr/share/mx-conky-data and see if things match.
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Re: The MX-17 conkies

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Post by richb » Wed Nov 29, 2017 3:59 pm

Jerry3904 wrote:@Rich: can you do that, since you have the equipment? For all 4 conkies in the Default folder.

In the long run, we have a solution in the pipeline that will take care of this.
I can. You mean the ./conky folder. There are more than 4 in there.
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Re: The MX-17 conkies

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Post by Jerry3904 » Wed Nov 29, 2017 4:04 pm

No, I mean the ./conky/Default folder. Those are the first-order ones we need to get polished for RC
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Re: The MX-17 conkies

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Post by Jerry3904 » Wed Nov 29, 2017 4:07 pm

dolphin_oracle wrote:
Jerry3904 wrote:@ Stevo and/or DO: why do the GoldGrey conkies show up? They are not in the GitHub repo.

I built with whatever came down in the update. So I don't know.

Or

Its also possible that I didn't get them removed from the home folder when doing the updating. compare ~/.conky vs. /usr/share/mx-conky-data and see if things match.
There is no GoldGrey in the /usr/... folder, so I wonder if there's something left over in ~/.conky/ by mistake? It should be empty at install until MX Conky is launched, right?
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Re: The MX-17 conkies

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Post by Jerry3904 » Wed Nov 29, 2017 4:09 pm

dolphin_oracle wrote:One of the things to watch in the conky fine tuning is the "max size" designation inside the conky files. I tweaked the current default by expanding that value to 700 (originally 550 I think) as "Wednesday" was cut off at the "d".
Thanks. I saw that was causing trouble when I tried to change the weekday format.

There's so many g-d factors to keep track of...
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Re: The MX-17 conkies

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Post by richb » Wed Nov 29, 2017 4:12 pm

Jerry3904 wrote:No, I mean the ./conky/Default folder. Those are the first-order ones we need to get polished for RC
OK will do.
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Re: The MX-17 conkies

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Post by Paul.. » Wed Nov 29, 2017 6:47 pm

Noticed b3 conky does not display the MX Linux version as it did in b2...kinda miss that...was that intentional?

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Re: The MX-17 conkies

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Post by Jerry3904 » Wed Nov 29, 2017 6:54 pm

Different conky...

Before the RC, we will want to settle on one of the 4 in the Default folder and do last adjustments.
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Re: The MX-17 conkies

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Post by Stevo » Wed Nov 29, 2017 8:14 pm

dolphin_oracle wrote:
Jerry3904 wrote:@ Stevo and/or DO: why do the GoldGrey conkies show up? They are not in the GitHub repo.

I built with whatever came down in the update. So I don't know.

Or

Its also possible that I didn't get them removed from the home folder when doing the updating. compare ~/.conky vs. /usr/share/mx-conky-data and see if things match.
They aren't part of the current 20171128 mx-conky-data package... :confused: check with

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dpkg-query -L mx-conky-data

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