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wmfire

Wmfire is a dockable application that displays a burning fire depending on the load of the CPU(s), network, or memory.

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  •  15 Dec 2005 18:59

    Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that was creating a second window on some window managers, and also adds a sticky option.

    •  27 Jun 2004 20:44

      Release Notes: This release adds the ability to monitor files, fixes network traffic monitoring over 4Gb, and fixes docking problems caused by GTK 2.4 changes.

      •  06 May 2004 11:43

        Release Notes: A small memory leak in event handling was fixed.

        •  05 May 2004 17:27

          Release Notes: This version is updated to use GDK 2 library, adds an icon for task switching, and includes a window position command line setting.

          •  05 May 2004 16:48

            Release Notes: This version is updated to use the GDK and libgtop libraries. Memory and network monitoring have been added, but external file monitoring has been removed. Mouse proximity events have been added, allowing a flaming representation of the current monitor.

            Recent comments

            07 Apr 2004 12:54 gvy

            1.2.0 in other place
            Seems that newer branch is here (http://www.swanson.ukfsn.org/#wmfire), thanks Alan for taking up the project.


            Works like charm, 1.1.9x lives in ALT Linux for some half a year, now building 1.2.0 for upload!

            18 Sep 2002 11:04 widgeteye

            Too bad
            Can't find a source file for this dockapp.
            So it evidently can't be use don all types of linux.

            Bummer

            18 Jul 1999 22:52 fratermisc

            Wmfire Rocks
            Nice, pretty, Somewhat Cthuga like, WindowMaker Applet.
            I recommend it to psychedelic desktop enthusiasts anywhere.

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