guake-indicator lets you manage your favorite customized commands establishing a new connection with Guake dropdown terminal.
guake-indicator sticks to your "System Tray" and displays data retrieved from the Guake indicator configuration file (see FILES section for more details)
FILESguake-indicator builds the menu according to ~/.guake.indicator/guake-indicator.xml XML file
If this configuration file does not exist a default one will be created.
Although Guake indicator has a built-in menu editor, you can customize this file according to your needs with your favorite text editor, just use this schema as a base to add new entries. The fields are self-explanatory, however, I'm going to give you a more in-depth description of each one:
- The name that will show up in the indicator itself
- the name of the guake terminal tab once it is opened (leave black if you don't want automatic autorenaming)
- command to send to Guake through his DBUS interface
- If set to yes, Guake indicator won't ask Guake to display his main window. open_in_tab The index of the Guake tab where guake-indicator will execute the command.Guake assigns index 0 to the first tab so put in this field the nth tab-1 number. If this tag has the attribute named="yes" it contains the name of the Guake tab lfcr If set to yes a LF (Line Feed) + CR (Carriage return) is sent to Guake after each line (by default only a line feed (ascii code 10) is sent. guakeindicatorscript If set to yes enables the Guake indicator scripting function
The above xml field are all optional (except menu_name) and must be stored within a XML Host parent field which in turn is enclosed withing a HostGroup field.You can find more information and a xsd validation file at http://guake-indicator.ozzyboshi.com.
BUGSPlease report any bug to Alessio Garzi <[email protected]>