Description of Problem:
In Ximian-Gnome, if I add RH PPP Dialer to a panel (Right-click on Panel,
Panel -> Add to Panel -> Applet -> Network -> RH PPP Dialer),
I get this big, ugly applet on my panel.
It would be really nice to be able to customize the look and feel of it.
UI Mock-up ("X" is checkbox, "o" is radio button):
X Show Modem Lights
X Show Uptime
X Show Speed
I'd be interested in making the changes myself if someone would give me
some idea of how feasible this is and some pointers on which files would
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I've found the code for this (utils/gtknetmon.c) and I'm going to try updating
it so that the various parts of the applet (Tx/Rx lights, Tx/Rx graph, etc) can
be hidden via a tab in the RP3 Properties dialog.
I'll send in a patch when I'm done (or alternatively, I'll close it after days
and days of sheer frustration :-) )
Created attachment 34543 [details]
Patch for display properties (files: utils/gtknetmon.c, rp3/properties.c)
I have attached a patch diffed off the rp3-1.1.10 source. If there is newer
available, I'd be more than willing to redo the patch against that. Anyway, in
the patch file, *.c.orig is the original and *.c is my updated version.
Essentially, the patch provides a display tab in the properties dialog, which
allows you to choose which of the modem lights, throughput graph and speed &
time/cost info to display.
I updated the compute_rects_flat_layout(...) function, therefore the settings
will only be used when the applet is on a horizontal panel of size Small, Tiny
or Ultra Tiny (less than 48 pixels high).
I noticed that the applet on an Ultra Tiny panel does not look very good, so
I'll submit another patch (independent of this first one), later this week once
I've worked out what to do with it.
Created attachment 34544 [details]
Oops! Forgot a ChangeLog entry for the last attachment. Here it is.
Red Hat Linux and Red Hat Powertools are currently no longer supported by Red
Hat, Inc. In an effort to clean up bugzilla, we are closing all bugs in MODIFIED
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Release (such as Fedora Core 5), please open a new issues stating so. Thanks.