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#51 2019-10-26 01:41:14

kozimodo
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Re: jgmenu Lithium suggestions and bugfixes

Thanks @misko_2083.  I figured out some more of the icons (https://pastebin.com/iAxK0KtM).  Some of the icon names from yad-icon-browser don't show up as anything.

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#52 2019-10-26 02:24:03

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Re: jgmenu Lithium suggestions and bugfixes

Of course what icon names actually show up depends on what icon themes a user has installed, right? We need to find icon names that are present in as many icon themes as possible, or in the themes that BL users are likely to have installed...


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#53 2019-10-26 12:37:42

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Re: jgmenu Lithium suggestions and bugfixes

It's just the default Lithium theme running in a KVM machine.

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#54 2019-10-26 13:55:55

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Re: jgmenu Lithium suggestions and bugfixes

Thanks @kozimodo. Appreciate the work.

https://github.com/BunsenLabs/bunsen-configs/pull/100

If you'd be happy to work on the latest prepend.csv, that would be helpful. I've manually tidied it up for now, so don't worry about it, but it would save some time.

Do you use git at all?

I've used icon theme Papirus-Bunsen-Dark-bluegrey, but struggle to find the following icons:

- conky-manager
- lightdm-settings (would lightdm-gtk-greeter-settings be better?)
- notifyconf

If you remove ~/.cache/jgmenu and then run jgmenu from the terminal it tell you which ones it cannot find smile

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#55 2019-10-26 15:10:21

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Re: jgmenu Lithium suggestions and bugfixes

malm wrote:

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I've used icon theme Papirus-Bunsen-Dark-bluegrey, but struggle to find the following icons:

- conky-manager

...)

Are you referring to our conky chooser? That uses the distributor-logo-bunsenlabs icon.


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#56 2019-10-26 15:43:02

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Re: jgmenu Lithium suggestions and bugfixes

Yes, that’s better. Thanks

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#57 2019-10-26 21:06:47

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Re: jgmenu Lithium suggestions and bugfixes

Yes, I use git.  Strangely, I cloned the bunsen-configs repo and there is no directory bunsen-configs/skel/.config/jgmenu.

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#58 2019-10-27 02:37:51

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Re: jgmenu Lithium suggestions and bugfixes

^You might be looking at the helium branch? Try checking out "lithium" - it should be there if you cloned the whole repo.


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#59 2019-10-27 09:41:24

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Re: jgmenu Lithium suggestions and bugfixes

@kozi Try this

git clone --single-branch --branch=lithium https://github.com/BunsenLabs/bunsen-configs

Do you have github/gitlab/other repo you can push branches to? If so, we could pull directly from there.

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#60 2019-10-28 14:42:46

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Re: jgmenu Lithium suggestions and bugfixes

@johnraff: checking out lithium seems to have worked.

@malm: My use of git has been primarily geared toward keeping projects synced across work and home computers so my knowledge of branching and pull requests is minimal and hence my confusion.  I've forked bunsen-configs and will work from that from now.

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#61 2019-10-29 04:05:14

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Re: jgmenu Lithium suggestions and bugfixes

^Recommend getting into git branches if nothing else. They're very useful and creating a new branch adds almost no extra storage space.


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