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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  72684
Submitted:  Feb 26 2009
Updated:  Apr 14 2011


Support has ended.

This screenlet can display many information. Some of them are listed below:

- date, time, phase of moon
- holiday first names
- weather of the three places
- course
- stock
- CPU load, multi CPU/core load
- CPU frequency
- GPU information and temp (nVidia)
- memory and swap load
- local and external IP
- network usage
- network statistic
- disks usage
- list of more CPU consuming processes
- Wi-Fi signal quality
- Battery capacity
- uptime, logintime
- system information: kernel, host name, distrib
- you can click on disk-usage or rss


I created a repository on GitHub. You can clone it, edit it and send pull request. (I do not maintain it anymore.)



- Created repository on GitHub: https://github.com/horejsek/InfoPanel-Screenlet

v0.10.1 / 18.4.2010
- Add 24 and 12 time format

v0.10 / 15.3.2010
- Add Trash
- Add option to set update interval
- Fix font size
- Fix nVidia sensor

v0.9.4 / 19.10.2009
- Fixed sensors Upload/Download
- Added .holiday file: Italy
- Show AMD or Intel icon by your CPU

v0.9.3 / 12.9.2009
- Fixed scale
- Sensors, spaces and positions in options split to more tabs
- Fixed clickable disk

v0.9.2 / 31.8.2009
- Added spaces

- Fixed a link

v0.9.1 / 29.8.2009
- Fixed nVidia sensor

v0.9 / 28.8.2009
- New verion of SysMonitor PLUS
- 3x less load CPU
- Fixed a lot of bugs
- Added sensors:
- CPU frequency
- GPU information
- GPU temp
- Phase of moon

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 it is always on top

 by azawi on: May 29 2010
Score 50%

cannot change this although the marker "keep above" is unticked.
thats extremely annoying.

why is it not possible to write a fully functional program for linux ?
after nerarly ten years of linux i run out of patience.
instead of correcting bugs or programming bugfree versions of a software ubuntu linux and others are getting bloated of shitty new features with no use at all from version to version.

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 Re: it is always on top

 by Munnin on: Jun 3 2010
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This is a generic setting that can be changed in the Screenlets Manager. What worked for me was starting the Screenlets Manager, clicking the options button on the left side (opens a dialog for new widget options), selecting keep below and deselecting keep above. Hope this helps.

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 Re: Re: it is always on top

 by avolkov2009 on: Jun 5 2010
Score 50%

It is a bug: option "keep above" - this option is ALWAYS enabled after screenlet restart.

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 Re: Re: Re: it is always on top

 by Cooner on: Sep 2 2010
Score 50%

the problem is inconsistent checking in screenlet. In 0.1.2 (Ubuntu's screenlet) all screenlet names must end with Screenlet, but this one's doesn't. Normally, that should break or error intelligently, but it doesn't... most places it just works, but in reading the config files it fails silently.

To fix this, just change line 35 of InfoPanelScreenlet.py from:

__name__ = 'InfoPanel'


__name__ = 'InfoPanelScreenlet'

and the attributes you specify will become persistent.

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 Showing disk usage?

 by jourosis on: Jun 4 2010
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When I check the box to 'show disks', it banishes my processes as well as my uptime in the infopanel. Any idea why? Using v0.10.1 on Ubuntu 9.10

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 by Makaya on: Oct 27 2010
Score 50%

This is the best piece of work I have seen so far on screenlet. I can't thank you enough for it, that's exactly what I was looking for.

If I may suggest two things:

- give the possibility to add clocks for other timezones. I have family in Asia, Europe and North America, and it would be cool to have that option

- Have the small weather symbols a bit larger. It's hard to see them, especially the rain part.

Excellent work, keep it up ;)

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 CPU Temp

 by MARKx9 on: Jan 10 2011
Score 50%

Be any chance do you see a CPU temp addition for AMD in this screenlets future?

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 a good screenlet to use

 by rvc-2011 on: Apr 21 2011
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MaK!Ng L!fE Colorful

its a very useful screenlet...
i need one suggestion / guidance.
can i get the process pid to be displayed in addition to basic / extra ? i need the pid numbers to keep track of some run away processes that has to be killed, killing with pid is faster and i m using conky for this. if your screenlet can display this then i need not run conky !

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 Joining official Screenlets

 by boamaod on: Apr 21 2011
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Instead of GitHub, how do you think about joining official Screenlets Bazaar project with your InfoPanel? You can read http://www.screenlets.org/index.php/Documentation#Why_should_I_add_my_Screenlet_to_individual_Screenlets_project and give it a thought. I think your InfoPanel is a quality Screenlet, it would be much more easily available to users in the official PPA. Maybe it would be meaningful to switch to InfoPanel in the Basic Pack instead of Sysmonitor... I mean some time in the future, it's open to discussion.

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 Re: Joining official Screenlets

 by pxjava on: Apr 27 2011
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If you want, you have my permission to add the official Screenlets Bazaar project. :)

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 Re: Re: Joining official Screenlets

 by boamaod on: Apr 28 2011
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Added to: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~indiv-screenlets-dev/indiv-screenlets/trunk/files/head:/src/InfoPanel/

If you have time, you can make it gettext compatible like that: http://www.screenlets.org/index.php/Documentation#Make_your_Screenlet_translatable

Screenlet should be available on Dev PPA in 24h.

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