Re: GNOME "Save as" dialog; Keyboard indicator applet

On Wed, 2007-03-21 at 16:10 +0000, Sergey Udaltsov wrote:
> Hello Lumir
> > For one of my projects I need to have a standard GNOME keyboard
> > indicator applet loaded automatically after Ubuntu installation process
> > (for the standard user). User can't do this manually, because he will
> > have a limited access to the configuration options (limited to zero
> > :-)). I am looking how to do this. Is there any chance to put the applet
> > to the panel from the command line (gconftool-2 has some options, but
> > until now I don't know how exactly do this). Can you kick me at the
> > right direction, please? :-)
> Unfortunately you cannot add applets from the command line. This is
> one of the most annoying design issues with the current panel
> architecture.
> The only solution I can propose would require some hacking - creating
> a notification area application which would embed the indicator widget
> (available from libgnomekbd). It is a low-to-medium complexity task
> for C developer.
> Cheers,

Surely this is something that our "User Profile Editor" (sabayon) can
do. You just open a GNOME session in the User Profile Editor, add the
applet to the panel, configure the applet, close the session, and mark
the changes as for every user.
Murray Cumming
murrayc murrayc com

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