John Stowers (Blog) and Me have been working on gloobus integration in nautilus, here you can se our progress
Remember that you can donate us here:
I’ve made a icns preview plugin!!
You can download it here:
To install it, just copy the .so to /usr/share/gloobus/plugins-preview/
Gloobus coverflow progress!!
I’ve finlly got a nice fade out effect (Thanks to Neil Roberts) you can see it here:
And in the other hand John Stowers has been working in Gloobus integration into nautilus, I’ll be working with him and see if we can make it work!
you can see what he has here
And to check it, follow his blog instructions John Stowers
Edit: Thanks to Cesc, now there is Listen Player Support!!
I’ve added some themes and fixed a couple of bugs:
Again, new version, now you can download and test the coverflow, Coverflow is still not very stable and well working, but is fair enough, if you see bugs fill them in launchpad 😉
You can download here:
1. Install gloobus-preview
2. Install gloobus
3. Import the *.schemas into nautilus actions (For menu entries)
4. Add the keybinginds (Here’s a complete guide on how to bind the key)
I would like to ask you something,
Could anyone of you develop a nautilus extension (like nautilus-open-terminal) that launches
and another one that launches
because I would like to include it in the deb and I prefer wasting my time in the application itself I don’t think it’s hard so I hope you can help me in this.
I’ve gloobus coverflow in a very good state so in a week or two I’ll upload the deb !!! it’s amazing!! HEHEHEHE
And of course.. if you want to donate me something I would appreciate it!
Here it comes, the Gloobus-Coverflow, loading the default file image and launching gloobus-preview!
There’s still a lot way to go, but it looks really good for now, much more better than the previous version using SDL and OpenGL directly!
Here you can see the video: