[tomboy-list] Bring a note on startup
pedro100 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 14 11:07:47 PDT 2008
Awesome! I would suggest some way to directly feed data into a note
just by using a command, without opening vim.
Still concerning my first question. There's an issue with the solution
you pointed me. The list of notes also shows up when i start up gnome.
Any way to fix this.
Also, I don't understand so well how the panel widgets work.
Personally I use a tomboy notes widget next by other aplications'
shortcuts I use often like firefox or gedit. Today, i played around
with gnome panels a bit and i ended up having a tomboy widget in the
notification area. Now for some reason is not there anymore... I guess
it will only show on the notification area in case there's no widget
somewhere else in a panel. Is that so?
I hope I am not being annoying with so many questions.
On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 4:39 PM, Sandy Armstrong
<sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com> wrote:
> Matt Price wrote:
>> On Sun, 2008-09-14 at 06:43 -0700, Sandy Armstrong wrote:
>>> Pedro wrote:
>>>> BTW, here's another suggestion: a command line option to create notes
>>>> and set their content through command line without opening them can
>>>> be very usefull.
>> sandy, can you tell me quickly how to compile this?
> Well, there's a MonoDevelop project in the zip file that you should be able
> to just open and compile, but if that doesn't work for you, try this:
> gmcs -r:/usr/lib/tomboy/Tomboy.exe *.cs -out:tomboy-remote.exe
> cp /usr/lib/tomboy/Tomboy.exe .
> mono tomboy-remote.exe
> It's a fun tool, haven't used it much myself. We may try to pull it into
> the regular Tomboy command line client functionality, but there are some
> usability issues with letting people edit the XML directly.
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