CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor Mac Style

Icon Sub-Sets

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Description:

Those icons looks nice with Mac style icon themes (i.e. Mac4Lin)

Installation:

Unpack the images in /usr/share/pixmaps/cpufreq-applet as root

1) Download the file
2) Open up a terminal
3) $ cd the_folder_where_you've_downloaded_the_file (i.e. cd Desktop)
4) $ sudo tar -zxvf 96714-cpufreq.tar.gz /usr/share/pixmaps/cpufreq-applet

Note: "sudo" works for Debian based distros (like Ubuntu). For other distros execute point 4 in super user mode (refer to your distro specific instructions)

5) Remove the applet form the panel and add it again or log-out / log-in
6) Enjoy!
Last changelog:

10 years ago

*** Version 2.01: Added a blue arc version

*** Version 2.00: Added a second variant

infrareddude

10 years ago

This is good work :) I'm the developer of Mac4Lin and would like to include this in the Mac4Lin Icon pack with your permission :)

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Sugz

10 years ago

Very nice release, would it be possible to do a white release for those of us who have a black dock?
Thanks! Great work!

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Sugz

10 years ago

Never mind i have made them white. Would you like me upload them (with the authors permission ;-) )

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MastroPino

10 years ago

pls do xD I need a bright version for shiki colors =D

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abh83

10 years ago

Nice work dude!

Is it just me or do the bottom to icons in the screenshot go off the edge a bit?

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Hadret

10 years ago

...but is there any chance for dark panel version? (:

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lviggiani

10 years ago

Going to post soon... stay tuned! :)

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MastroPino

10 years ago

Niiiiiiice :D Thanks mate!

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abh83

10 years ago

nice work there dude! hope to seem more form you! ;)

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screamoff

10 years ago

Hi! Good work, but i'm having difficulties with this. there is 4 types os images, for the diferents ratios, but the 33% is the same as the 54%. has anyone having this problem?

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lviggiani

10 years ago

Hi, as far as I know, only four steps (25%, 50%, 75%, 100%) are handled by the applet. You can see it from the original images the applet is provided with.
I'll try to look at the applet specs or source code if available to see if it can support even more steps. I will post here any news on that.

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bumper

10 years ago

it's just i need ;)
good work

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lviggiani

10 years ago

Thanks! :)

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10 years ago

*** Version 2.01: Added a blue arc version

*** Version 2.00: Added a second variant

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