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dev:monitor-plugin [2013/03/23 12:47]
nick [Sample API 2]
dev:monitor-plugin [2013/03/23 13:45] (current)
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   * An option would be a xfce_panel_indicator_item_add_width (XfcePanelIndicatorItem *item, const gchar *name, const gchar *display_name,​ GtkWidget *widget); to pack custom widgets. No idea if that is really useful and would affect the '​standardization'​ we try to accomplish here.   * An option would be a xfce_panel_indicator_item_add_width (XfcePanelIndicatorItem *item, const gchar *name, const gchar *display_name,​ GtkWidget *widget); to pack custom widgets. No idea if that is really useful and would affect the '​standardization'​ we try to accomplish here.
   * Plugin is responsible for the updates (so its own gdk timeout).   * Plugin is responsible for the updates (so its own gdk timeout).
-  * A graph widget could be a nice addition. It would at least merge the cpugraph and sysload plugins, making them both more functional (also graph of memory/swap usage), but also the netload and diskperf plugin would benefit.+  * A graph widget could be a nice addition. It would at least merge the cpugraph and sysload plugins, making them both more functional (also graph of memory/swap usage), but also the netload and diskperf plugin would benefit. Bit of fancy cairo and transparency wouldn'​t hurt here :-). 
 +    * Xfce4-taskmanager has a nice widget already.