Widgets for use with Screenlets, the independent widget engine for X11-basedcompositing window managers on Linux.
A reader's tweet left us feeling all nostalgic so join us as we go back to 2009 and look at 5 Linux apps we all used to use, but now never do…
Screenlets fans looking for well-designed eye-candy to place on their desktops should check out the following all-in-one clock Screenlet by Mickeyz.
Screenlets, the desktop widget framework for Linux, was once the apple of eye-candy fans everywhere. Make the jump to grab five refreshing screenlets.
Remember that awesome 'flip style' clock screenlet theme we mentioned earlier last week? Well it's since been souped up, made themeable and capable of displaying even more information.
It feels like an age since I last wrote about anything related to Screenlets - the desktop 'widget' framework for Linux. As consolation for Screenlet fans here's a cracking 'flip clock' style theme for the default clock screenlet.
Add some HTC-inspired beauty to your desktop using the following WeatherClock Conky script. Heavily influenced by the HTC widget available on many smart-phones (and the Windows desktop) it informs you of both the time and […]
Screenlet clock fans seeking an Android clock theme need look no further. Regular readers may well know that I had made an Android clock skin myself but since it has disappeared from both my Drop […]
MadnessRed mailed me with his tip on how to make a mono-panel matching Screenlets icon. You take this .svg by Darkhaseo and change the colour from ‘606060’ to ‘EAD3D0’ via your preferred medium (gedit is quickest). For […]
The developers of web browser Opera recently announced plans to free their widget platform from the browser and let them run on the desktop. Users need no-longer have Opera running in order to use Opera […]
I love Android. I can’t afford an Android device mind, but I still love Android. I’m currently porting the Android icon set into a Gnome theme using Genoid’s work so far as a base, but […]
Dropbox screenlet displays your current Dropbox usage, freespace and status on your desktop. The screenlet does require having Dropbox open and running or else it looks like this: – Download Download Dropbox Screenlet @ http://www.gnome-look.org/content/Dropbox+Screenlet Article originally appeared on omgubuntu.co.uk
PerfectClock screenlet is a Linux port of the desktop-clock Windows application. It comes with a bunch of pre-made themes, and tons more are available – from Dynamite shaped clocks to binary style ones. PerfectClock is […]