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Re: Viewing some webpage's content on the Desktop (GNOME)

AG wrote:
> On 26/06/10 12:27, Merciadri Luca wrote:
>> Camaleón wrote:
>>> Then better use a widget for that tasks :-)
>>> Or if the site provides raw data, you can fetch it and make your own
>>> script. But having a complete web page embedded on the desktop is
>>> something I find it a bit "overhelming">:-)
>> Yes, sure, having a widget would suffice. But is there such a widget out
>> there? If not so, I might make some script for exploiting raw data. :)
> Luca
> One option +might+ be to try to code something like Conky to give you
> an updated reading of Belgium air quality.
> Not certain of this mind, so be sure to check out the docs at:
> http://conky.sourceforge.net/documentation.html  It is quite
> configurable, and if all you want is just an output, Conky may well
> have the facility to host that for you on the desktop without enabling
> the whole desktop as a web.

Thanks. Good idea. I'll try it, if I have some spare time.

Merciadri Luca
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