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Eyes

Eyes is a Xfce panel plugin that adds eyes which watch your every step. Scary!

Screenshots

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Latest Release

(2016/06/11)

http://archive.xfce.org/src/panel-plugins/xfce4-eyes-plugin/4.5/xfce4-eyes-plugin-4.5.0.tar.bz2

SHA-256 Hash: fdae00036383105a15d12e9809abd5945a8f2152b17e16ccdfbfe5bd9733f29d
SHA-1 Hash: 1cb1dfd3144a2096a02b1fd06dd5ad24a1242e52
MD5 Hash: 6e274ceda37c7a8ae0821d9d49e965e9


Release History

4.4.5 (2016-04-22)

  • Translation updates: Amharic, Catalan, Esperanto, Greek, Swedish

4.4.4 (2015-03-15)

  • Add ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS to Makefile.am
  • Add .gitignore
  • Fix IT_PROG_INTLTOOL warning.
  • Translation updates: Hebrew, Lithuania, Slovak

4.4.3 (2014-12-23)

  • Many translation updates.

4.4.2 (2013-03-04)

  • Small optimizations to update function, making animation more smooth.
  • Support for deskbar mode and panel multi-row config (>=xfce4-panel-4.9.0).
  • Make eye movement independent, like in xeyes (bug #9036).
  • Implement eye position calculations in 3D coordinates (bug #9036).
  • Build the plugin as a module.
  • Autotools update (automake-1.13 compatibility and other issues).
  • Fix remembering theme (bug #9035).
  • Update size after panel orientation change (bug #8404).
  • More translation updates.
  • Port to libxfce4ui (bug #8074).

4.4.1 (2010-12-18)

  • Translated into 11 more languages, for a total of 54, 36 of which are fully translated.
  • Fixed compile issues, resolving bugs #5740 and #6024.

Translation

You can help translate xfce4-eyes-plugin on Transifex. More instructions here.

Recent Changes

Getting it

The normal (and best) way to get this plugin is to use the package manager or port system of your operating system.

If it isn't available there, or if you want a different version, you can download it in source form from http://archive.xfce.org/src/panel-plugins/xfce4-eyes-plugin/.


Source Code Repository

Reporting Bugs

If you encounter a bug in Eyes, please submit a bug report to the Xfce Bugzilla. Please note that to do this you will need to have / create an account on Bugzilla.

Before reporting a new bug, please try your best to check if it has already been reported (see the latest reports below). Click here for a full list of bug reports.

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