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Disk Space Screenlet



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Disk Space Screenlet

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Downloads:  43767
Submitted:  Nov 29 2007
Updated:  Feb 28 2009


A screenlet that displays free/used space information for selected hard drives, based on the Disk Usage Screenlet by Helder Fraga (aka Whise), which is in turn based on the Disk screenlet by Jonathan Rauprich.

This screenlet adds quite a few new features on top of the original Disk Usage sceenlet. These are:

* Ability to customize colors (it uses two colors, one for when disk usage is above a certain threshold, and one for when disk usage is above the threshold)
* Ability to change the aforementioned threshold value
* Ability to monitor more than one drive using one screenlet (i.e. no need to use 4 screenlets for 4 drives)
* Ability to enter device names (e.g. /dev/sda1) instead of mount points

I've also changed a few features of the Disk Usage screenlet:

* Changed the drive icon with the default drive icon from the Ubuntu Human theme
* The default theme is based on the 'cristal' theme for the original screenlet.
* I moved some stuff around in the interface

Planned features for v0.7

* The ability to customize drive nicknames. For now, the last part of the mount point is displayed (i.e. Dallas for /media/Dallas)
* The ability to use drive icons from the user's icon theme.


* Major code cleanup, fixing some glitches caused by legacy code.

* NFS (and possibly SAMBA) support
* New themes

* Solved the non-updating screenlet problem
* Added package information so the screenlet installs properly now

* Option added to stack drives horizontally

* Drives now show up in the order they are entered in preferences
* The screenlet now updates its shape properly, so dragging works
* Clicking on drive icons to open the drive in Nautilus has been added as an option

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 It works GREAT!

 by myk02k on: May 8 2009
Score 50%

Hey, I just wanted to thank you for creating this screenlet. I've been using it for several months now and is has performed flawlessly, which is rare for many third-party apps out there. Its much more stable than many other screenlets I've tried and I have NEVER experienced any issues/flaws/bugs whatsoever. The only suggestions that I could make to enhance this screenlet's capabilities is to allow for nicknames on the mount points (For instance instead of me having "/" "Windows" and "Secondary" it would be nice to label then as "Linux" "Windows" "Shared Files". Further, it would be nice if it could save what the last reported percent usage so that some may be able to dismount partitions and still know its usage. Thanks again!

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 Very nice plugin (bug report)

 by lpin on: Aug 29 2009
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I have to agree with previous comments, this is an excellent plugin.

Since i have found no way of posting a bug report, i'll chime in here: the list doesn't update when a mountpoint gets mounted/unmounted, only when the mountpoint list is modified. It would be nice to have an option not to hide unmounted devices (show them in gray, perhaps?)

Great work, and thanks!

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 by deathknight on: Sep 10 2009
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Güzel plugin, ama yarım. Belki ben tamamlarım. Teşekkürler Can. :)

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 Re: Thanks

 by deathknight on: Sep 11 2009
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in v0.6 Doesn't update. It looks you broke timeout() while playing with update_graph()

bugfix for 0.6

cat DiskSpace.diff
diff -ruN DiskSpace.orig//DiskSpaceScreenlet.py DiskSpace/DiskSpaceScreenlet.py
--- DiskSpace.orig//DiskSpaceScreenlet.py 2009-02-28 03:04:59.000000000 +0200
+++ DiskSpace/DiskSpaceScreenlet.py 2009-09-11 16:33:14.000000000 +0300
@@ -193,6 +193,7 @@
self.__info = self.get_drive_info()
+ return True

def on_draw(self, ctx):
ctx.scale(self.scale, self.scale)

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 Derived work

 by deathknight on: Oct 2 2009
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I made derived work from this beautiful screenlet.

Disk IO Space Screenlet

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 text color changes

 by daturna on: Nov 20 2009
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I really like your screenlet it fits perfekt to my desktop but after I installed ubuntu karmic I got a problem.

I defined the text color to green (#00ff00) and mostly after rebooting my system the text color is automaticly set to default. I tried so many to fix this but I have no Idea what causes this.

Maybe you can help me.

Could it be a problem whith compiz???

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