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Old 03-14-2007, 08:47 PM   #1
epoo
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writing a gnome panel applet


im interested in writing a simple gnome panel applet to display free space on the gnome panel. i want it to display on the panel so i can look at it without having to click or mouse over anything. ive seen a few sites about writing gnome panel applets, but they are at least a few years old and i'm not sure they are still relevant. whats the easiest way to go about writing this ? or, does anyone have an up-to-date website i can follow ?
 
Old 04-27-2007, 09:11 AM   #2
Carlos E R Diogenes
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Hi,

I founded this page interesting: http://pygtk.org/articles/applets_ar...dex.html#AEN55

It's not so fresh, but it's not so old :-)

Best regards,
Carlos.
 
  


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