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This script is a way to control screen, it allows you to launch new screens or perform operations on currently running screens [http://david.chalkskeletons.com/scripts/screen-start.tar.bz2 screen script]
 
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Sysinfo [http://david.chalkskeletons.com/scripts/sysinfo.sh sysinfo] - Pipemenus to show your system info, such as free ram, processor, disk space etc. etc. kind of like gkrellm, but like a menu. needs some editing to work for each system like dev and eth.
  
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=== Sound & Media ===
 
=== Sound & Media ===

Revision as of 14:37, 11 October 2007

olomon

Contents

Using Pipe menus

See the menu documentation for how to use pipe menus in your Openbox menus.

Scripts

Openbox Configuration

Theme Changer ob3_theme.c - Mike Hokenson

Theme Changer theme scripts.tar - Marius Nita

Configure Openbox from a menu cfgmenu-2.0.py - needs work (broken)



Background Management

Change wallpaper wallmenu-0.3.py

Change wallpaper ob3_wall.c - Mike Hokenson

Change wallpaper bgmenu.rb - Tim Riley

Change wallpaper chwall


Desktop Environment Integration

XDG bookmarks menu, defaults to nautilus but should be usable with thunar and maybe others? bookmarks.sh

Create new files from templates (in ~/Templates) templates.sh

Create an XDG menu desktopmenu.php

Create an XDG menu obx-xdgmenu.tar.gz

Show your connected servers and opens them using nautilus connected_servers.sh

Recreate your gnome-places menu from the comfort of openbox (includes server-list, bookmarks and recently used). gnome-places.sh

Shows your recent documents. recent.rb - Tim Riley

Shows your recent documents obrecent.sh

This script pipes the rox-filer bookmarks from ~/.config/rox..../bookmarks.xml into the Openbox menu. Running one in the menu opens the bookmark with rox-filer. bookmarks.py - Vlad George



System Information

This script reads out process information from /proc and pipes it into the Openbox menu. You can renice, kill or restart running applications through the menu. It also has an application filter, so not all user applications/daemons are shown in the menu. It is similar to the procinfo script by Dave Foster. processes.py - Vlad George

See your CPU frequency ob-cpufrequ.py - John McKnight

Proc info procinfo - Dave Foster

This script is a way to control screen, it allows you to launch new screens or perform operations on currently running screens screen script

Sysinfo sysinfo - Pipemenus to show your system info, such as free ram, processor, disk space etc. etc. kind of like gkrellm, but like a menu. needs some editing to work for each system like dev and eth.


Sound & Media

Two part script, xmmspipe controls xmms/beep/audacious via xmms-session (xmms-session has instructions) xmmspipe & xmms-session.c

Control MPC from openbox obmpc.sh

Control MPD from your menu ob-mpd-0.3.py - John McKnight



Games

Queries Quake 3 servers ob3_q3stat.c

Queries Enemy Territory servers ob-et.c

Queries Enemy Territory servers ob-et.pl



Misc.

Check your GMail from a menu gmail-openbox-0.0.3.1.py - probably needs works

Parse Netscape type bookmarks into an openbox pipe menu ff2xml

Menu that shows the contents of a directory, recursively dirlist - Dave Foster

Read manuals and books from your menu books menu.py

Open ssh connections to your known hosts from ssh-to menu


Script archives

Mulberry's pipemenu script collection page

Safari Al's bgmenu script

Eikenberry's mpd controller and key bindings toggle

ObMenu by Manuel Colmenerohas contains several menus, including an XDG menu, a firefox bookmark menu and others

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