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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Sector11 View Post
    RED ALERT! ... RED ALERT!
    Another conky addict in the making!!

    I think I crossed that bridge sometime ago .

    I finished a tiny little email conky (decided to go 100% conkyEmail to do that), and am now in the beginnings of building a weather conky using conkyForecast ( I see hours and hours of formatting in my future).

    I will probably build a text only version first and then expand to weather icons and such whenever I have time to mess with that. Tonight, I just wanted to get to the point where I can see what works and what doesn't. For some reason my current precipitation chance returns "N/A", while the other future forecasts have a proper percent for each day. Not sure what is going on there. Here's my relevant lines of code for those outputs.

    Current:
    Code:
    Precipitation Chance:  ${execi 1200 conkyForecast -i --d PC}
    Future:
    Code:
    Precipitation Chance:  ${execi 1200 conkyForecast -i -s 1 -e 4 --d PC}
    Not sure if it is a Conky thing or my weather station. I think "N/A" is a properly returned value and not an error message, but I don't know for sure.
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    Last edited by Petro Dawg; January 10th, 2013 at 05:18 AM.
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    @ Petro Dawg

    Interesting, it doesn't work for me either:
    Code:
     sector11 @ sector11
     10 Jan 13 | 10:18:34 ~
             $ conkyForecast -r --location=ARBA0009 --datatype=LT
    26°C
     sector11 @ sector11
     10 Jan 13 | 10:18:39 ~
             $ conkyForecast -r --location=ARBA0009 --datatype=PC
    N/A
     sector11 @ sector11
     10 Jan 13 | 10:18:50 ~
             $
    Even thought it is there, I just checked weather·com. Maybe they made a change and no longer call it PC.

    NOTE: while conkyForcast still works it is no longer under development.

    Still interested? Some early examples.

    I like your TEXT weather with that ... I never thought of it.
    Also, you do know that conkyForecast can work with templates right?

    Only one line required:
    Code:
    TEXT
    ${execpi 1800 conkyForecast --location=ARBA0009 --template=~/Conky/templates/conkyForecast/mb-cf-weather.template}
    Code:
    ${color3}${font Anonymous Pro:bold:size=9} ${time %d %b %Y}${font}${color}
    ${color2}${hr}
    ${image [--datatype=WI] -p 3,30 -s 40x40}
    ${image [--datatype=MI] -p 60,23 -s 16x16}
              ${color1}${font Anonymous Pro:bold:size=10}[--datatype=HT --night --hideunits]${font}
              ====
              ${font Anonymous Pro:bold:size=10}${color9}[--datatype=LT --night --hideunits]${color}${font}
     F:  ${color8}[--startday=0 --datatype=HT --night --hideunits]${color} ${color2}[--startday=0 --datatype=LT --night --hideunits]
     ${color1}[--datatype=WS] > [--datatype=WD]
     UV: [--datatype=UI]
      >  [--datatype=UT]
     P: [--datatype=BR]
      >  [--datatype=BD]
      Hum: [--datatype=HM]
     [--datatype=SR --startday=0] | [--datatype=SS --startday=0]
          [--datatype=DL --startday=0]
    ${color2}${hr}
             ${color3}${font Anonymous Pro:bold:size=9}[--datatype=DW --shortweekday --startday=1]${font}
             ${color8}[--datatype=HT --startday=1 --night --hideunits]${color}
    ${image [--datatype=WI --startday=1] -p 3,193 -s 40x40}
             ${color2}[--datatype=LT --startday=1 --hideunits]${color}         ===
     [--datatype=SR --startday=1] | [--datatype=SS --startday=1]
         [--datatype=DL --startday=1]
    ${color2}${hr}
    ${image [--datatype=WI --startday=2] -p 3,270 -s 40x40}
    ${voffset -8}         ${color3}${font Anonymous Pro:bold:size=9}[--datatype=DW --shortweekday --startday=2]${font}
             ${color8}[--datatype=HT --startday=2 --hideunits --hideunits]${color}
             ===
             ${color2}[--datatype=LT --startday=2 --hideunits]${color}
     [--datatype=SR --startday=2] | [--datatype=SS --startday=2]
         [--datatype=DL --startday=2]
    ${color2}${hr}
    ${image [--datatype=WI --startday=3] -p 3,355 -s 40x40}
    ${voffset -8}         ${color3}${font Anonymous Pro:bold:size=9}[--datatype=DW --shortweekday --startday=3]${font}
             ${color8}[--datatype=HT --startday=3 --hideunits]${color}
             ${color2}===
             [--datatype=LT --startday=3 --hideunits]${color}
     [--datatype=SR --startday=3] | [--datatype=SS --startday=3]
         [--datatype=DL --startday=3]
    ${color2}${hr}
    ${image [--datatype=WI --startday=4] -p 3,435 -s 40x40}
    ${voffset -8}         ${color3}${font Anonymous Pro:bold:size=9}[--datatype=DW --shortweekday --startday=4]${font}
             ${color8}[--datatype=HT --startday=4 --hideunits]${color}
             ${color2}===
             [--datatype=LT --startday=4 --hideunits]${color}
     [--datatype=SR --startday=4] | [--datatype=SS --startday=4]
         [--datatype=DL --startday=4]
    ${color2}${hr}${color}
    ${image [--datatype=WI --startday=5] -p 3,515 -s 40x40}
    ${voffset -8}         ${color3}${font Anonymous Pro:bold:size=9}[--datatype=DW --shortweekday --startday=5]${font}
             ${color8}[--datatype=HT --startday=5 --hideunits]${color}
             ${color2}===
             [--datatype=LT --startday=5 --hideunits]${color}
     [--datatype=SR --startday=5] | [--datatype=SS --startday=5]
         [--datatype=DL --startday=5]
    ${color2}${hr}${color}
    ${image [--datatype=WI --startday=6] -p 3,595 -s 40x40}
    ${voffset -8}         ${color3}${font Anonymous Pro:bold:size=9}[--datatype=DW --shortweekday --startday=6]${font}
             ${color8}[--datatype=HT --startday=6 --hideunits]${color}
             ${color2}===
             [--datatype=LT --startday=6 --hideunits]${color}
     [--datatype=SR --startday=6] | [--datatype=SS --startday=6]
         [--datatype=DL --startday=6]
    ${color2}${hr}${color}
    ${image [--datatype=WI --startday=7] -p 3,678 -s 40x40}
    ${voffset -8}         ${color3}${font Anonymous Pro:bold:size=9}[--datatype=DW --shortweekday --startday=7]${font}
             ${color8}[--datatype=HT --startday=7 --hideunits]${color}
             ${color2}===
             [--datatype=LT --startday=7 --hideunits]${color}
     [--datatype=SR --startday=7] | [--datatype=SS --startday=7]
         [--datatype=DL --startday=7]
    ${color2}${hr}${color}
    ${image [--datatype=WI --startday=8] -p 3,757 -s 40x40}
    ${voffset -8}         ${color3}${font Anonymous Pro:bold:size=9}[--datatype=DW --shortweekday --startday=8]${font}
             ${color8}[--datatype=HT --startday=8 --hideunits]${color}
             ${color2}===
             [--datatype=LT --startday=8 --hideunits]${color}
     [--datatype=SR --startday=8] | [--datatype=SS --startday=8]
         [--datatype=DL --startday=8]
    ${color2}${hr}${color}
    ${image [--datatype=WI --startday=9] -p 3,838 -s 40x40}
    ${voffset -8}         ${color3}${font Anonymous Pro:bold:size=9}[--datatype=DW --shortweekday --startday=9]${font}
             ${color8}[--datatype=HT --startday=9 --hideunits]${color}
             ${color2}===
             [--datatype=LT --startday=9 --hideunits]${color}
     [--datatype=SR --startday=9] | [--datatype=SS --startday=9]
         [--datatype=DL --startday=9]
    ${color2}${hr}${color}
    One EXECPI to rule them all!

    To continue, since it's no longer under development, may I suggest one of the following:




    Top, left and bottom are mrpeachy's v9000 script

    Second from the top, right and off centre are some of Teo's scripts in action. The one that is off centre covers some of the v9000 on the bottom which shows today plus a full 10 days more.

    Working with the v9000 template can be a bit daunting but if you set up variable the "entire" thing can be moved up/down left/right by changing a few numbers.

    ie:
    Code:
    datax=670
    dataxx=55
    dataxx1=dataxx+30
    
    datay1=13
    datay2=25
    datay3=40
    datay4=55
    
    datayy=13 --datay+(datayy*1)
    
    imgx=687
    imgx1=55 -- (imgx1*1)
    
    imgyh=165
    imgyf=190
    imgyy=39 -- imgy+(imgyy*1)
    The datay+(datayy*1) becomes datay+(datayy*2), datay+(datayy*3), datay+(datayy*4), etc
    Last edited by Sector11; January 10th, 2013 at 03:30 PM.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Thanks for this Sector11, all changes have been instituted. I restored from backup which cleared all the dead space, so its now working nicely.

    But, is it possible to have a conky display over two columns? I've got plenty of information that I want to display, but my conky display is full up now and if I put everything in it would overflow the bottom of the screen.

    Thanks
    Sharon.

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by boudiccas View Post
    Thanks for this Sector11, all changes have been instituted. I restored from backup which cleared all the dead space, so its now working nicely.

    But, is it possible to have a conky display over two columns? I've got plenty of information that I want to display, but my conky display is full up now and if I put everything in it would overflow the bottom of the screen.

    Thanks
    Sharon.
    You can have a second conky window (or 3rd, or 100th) open at the same time to display more information.

    Edit your conky-startup.sh file (or whatever .sh file you use to start conky), to read as follows.
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    (sleep 2 && conky) &
    (sleep 4 && conky -c /home/"your login name"/.conkyrc2) &
    Replace "your login name" with the login name you use; without the quotes.

    Then you can make a second .conkyrc file named ".conkyrc2" in your home folder and add more stuff. You can of course give the file another name, and save it elsewhere if you like; just adjust the .sh file accordingly. Hopefully that helps.
    Last edited by Petro Dawg; January 11th, 2013 at 06:04 AM.
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Sector11 View Post
    @ Petro Dawg

    Even thought it is there, I just checked weather·com. Maybe they made a change and no longer call it PC.

    NOTE: while conkyForcast still works it is no longer under development.

    Still interested? Some early examples.

    I like your TEXT weather with that ... I never thought of it.
    Also, you do know that conkyForecast can work with templates right?

    Top, left and bottom are mrpeachy's v9000 script

    Second from the top, right and off centre are some of Teo's scripts in action. The one that is off centre covers some of the v9000 on the bottom which shows today plus a full 10 days more.

    Working with the v9000 template can be a bit daunting but if you set up variable the "entire" thing can be moved up/down left/right by changing a few numbers.
    Thanks for the tips. I ended up working with conkyForecastWU, an (alpha) version that came with the conkyForecast installation (you probably already know that). I was still able to get login codes for the api.wundergroung.com and get the script working. I may do some editing to the script to make it possible to retrieve more information from the site.

    I made some progress tonight with formatting and such.
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    Last edited by Petro Dawg; January 11th, 2013 at 06:03 AM.
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by boudiccas View Post
    Thanks for this Sector11, all changes have been instituted. I restored from backup which cleared all the dead space, so its now working nicely.

    But, is it possible to have a conky display over two columns? I've got plenty of information that I want to display, but my conky display is full up now and if I put everything in it would overflow the bottom of the screen.

    Thanks
    Sharon.
    Yes easily done, use the ${goto} command.

    Code:
    CPU1: ${cpu cpu1}${goto 200}CPU2: ${cpu cpu2}
    CPU3: ${cpu cpu3}${goto 200}CPU3: ${cpu cpu3}
    Check these out: Goto/offset/voffset and Spacing in Conky

    Be aware that ${goto} and ${offset} work differently knowing the difference helps eliminates hair pulling!

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Petro Dawg View Post
    Thanks for the tips. I ended up working with conkyForecastWU, an (alpha) version that came with the conkyForecast installation (you probably already know that). I was still able to get login codes for the api.wundergroung.com and get the script working. I may do some editing to the script to make it possible to retrieve more information from the site.

    I made some progress tonight with formatting and such.
    Petro Dawg that's really nice. I looked at it.. and though (me not you) ... Teo's script with the text highlighted and shadowed and you could put the images right behind the text. I LIKE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Sector11 View Post
    ... you could put the images right behind the text. I LIKE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Funny you say that, because I'm working on that very sort of thing. Great minds think alike.
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Hi Guys,

    So I totally hosed my system and had to reinstall everything.
    Oh well, I was meaning to clean out some space anyway...

    I got my mail conky (with the DavMail + conkyEmail script connecting to the Exchange server at work - woo hoo), BUT I can't get the conkygooglecalendar script working.

    I keep getting an error unless I specifically set my Google password in the conkyrc file.

    I know that this is not needed because the conkyrc that I had backed up functioned without having the password written in the rc file.

    I added another entry to conkyKeyring for my Google account, so that should be OK.

    Could someone please walk me through setting this up?

    Thanks so much folks.
    Thank you,
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Petro Dawg View Post
    Funny you say that, because I'm working on that very sort of thing. Great minds think alike.
    OH!!! One great mine - mine only has a few neurons left.

    Looking forward to seeing the result - orange sun, white to black clouds to foggy haze.

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