clem wrote:Most extensions coming from Gnome Shell should not be extensions, but applets instead.
Here are a few advantages of applets vs extensions in Cinnamon:
- Easier to write (most of the things are already done for you)
- Consistent style across applets in the panel when it comes to margin, fonts etc..
- The user decides where the applet goes, not the developer of the applet
- Applets are confronted to the Cinnamon Applet API, which doesn't change much from release to release (and so applets don't depend on a particular version of cinnamon)
- Common right-click behavior across applets which the applet can extend
Thanks for your latest infos.
1. Where is Clem writing?
2. What do you mean by this sentence: Don't plan on seeing others have Cinnamon 1.1.4 soon after it's released.. Should I understand that the 1.1.4. version of Cinnamon will be final? Or that it will not be easily used soon by other distros? If so, for what reason?
3. Mufin do not compile on Ubuntu 12.04 : for the moment, forever? It can be used as a binary? It cannot be used?
cwwgateway wrote:The cinnamon-applets github page doesn't seem to be there (I get a 404 error and it's not listed under linuxmint github pages).
zenrox wrote:welp the new realice of cinnamon 1.2.0 breaks all the extentions (finally as this was expected)
now we need to turn the extentions in to apps if at all possable
crzen wrote:I got the weather extention to work . add the following:
'"1.2" after "1.1.3" in the cinnamon version line of metadata.js of /firstname.lastname@example.org
line 5 will look like this:
"cinnamon-version": [ "1.1.3","1.2" ],
EDIT: Dont forget to turn it on in cinnamon settings -> extensions
EDIT2: I only had to modify the menu section of my personal theme to get it to work.
merlwiz79 wrote:I have updated the weather extension for 1.2.0.
merlwiz79 wrote:I have also updated gnome-tweak-tool to allow you to change the windows theme.
You have to restart cinnamon after you change the theme.
Also it allows you to change the which windows actions buttons are allow to show.
If youi are on Linux Mint it won't work !00% even if you force install it.
merlwiz79 wrote:I'm trying to get the other extensions to work but I'm stuck on the dock.
Most of the time the dock doesn't detect that mouse is still focusing on it and hides.
This makes it hard to use with auto hide.
If you move fast enough and are lucky you might get something to launch.
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