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  1. #11
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    Re: google2ubuntu

    Can you please update the PPA with packages for other Ubuntu versions (as currently only Saucy packages are available)? Thanks!

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    Lightbulb Re: google2ubuntu

    This has so much potential! Great idea.
    A friendly & helpful Linux community who has started a large cursor theme project. If you are sick of tiny cursors, go here and get one.
    http://linuxinternationals.org/forum...orum.php?f=166

  3. #13
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    Re: google2ubuntu

    I will try to publish a version for ubuntu 13.04 and ubuntu 14.04 soon

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    Re: google2ubuntu

    Thanks! By the way, I wrote an article about Google2Ubuntu on WebUpd8: http://www.webupd8.org/2014/02/linux...ng-google.html

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    Re: google2ubuntu

    Thank you very much nilarimogard2 and webupd8

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    Re: google2ubuntu

    Ok thx to Launchpad I've added a quantal and a trusty entry in the repo.

  7. #17
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    Re: google2ubuntu

    awesome project hope it grows

    Thank you

    Meanwhile has anyone added bunch of commends to it and is willing to share it with me ??

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    Re: google2ubuntu

    Hello from France

    I've published the new version of google2ubuntu on my ppa.

    It embed two new internal commands that let you use a dictation mode. The dictation mode will automatically write all the text you pronounce, it's note continuous dictation, you will need to restart google2ubuntu for each sentence.

    If you want to add those command, add a internal command to enter in the dictation mode
    key = the sentence you want
    action = dictation mode

    an an other to exit:
    key = the sentence you want
    action = exit dictation mode

    TRANSLATION
    Now google2ubuntu embed a very pleasant way to change local on the fly. A little menu on the right let you switch language. (For the gui the change take effect when you will restart it)
    Supported language are now:
    french
    english
    spanish
    italian
    deutch

    Someone ask me to add russian translation but I've got the skill to do so I'm looking for some help

  9. #19
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    Re: google2ubuntu

    Sorry for bothering you.

    I have a question is there a possibility you can add music search function (rhythmicbox, or other music software) to your project ??
    I tried to do so but sadly my skills are nonexistent so I failed miserably so is there a chance you are planning, adding this function to your project??

    Thank you in advanced

  10. #20
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    Re: google2ubuntu

    HI

    So what you should do is writing a module. A module is basically a script that will receive some text in parameter.

    * First step: write the script
    You know what you want search for a song ok it is so you will call the script with the name of the music in argument after you will have to make rhythmbox play this song, I will help you (I can't do the rest because I havn't got rhythmbox)

    So an exemple of module (it can be improve a lot):

    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    #here we get the text that google2ubuntu will send to the module
    URI=$1
    
    #then we proceed and launch the music
    MUSIC=$(locate -i ~/Music | egrep -i '\.(mp3|ogg)$' | grep "$URI")
    rhythmbox-client --play-uri="$MUZIC";
    rhythmbox-client --play
    * Try the new module and add it to google2ubunt
    Done, so you will I to try that before I put it in google2ubuntu. HOW ? Open a terminal and go to the folder containing this script (music has to be mp3 or ogg)

    Code:
    cd <path_to_this_module>/
    chmod +x module.sh
    
    ./module.sh <title of the music>
    Then once the test is ok I will help you to add this module to google2ubuntu (it is very easy) and I will integrate it by default in google2ubuntu

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