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  • Deluge is a BitTorrent client created using Python and GTK+. Ubuntu PPA Repository at: http://launchpad.net/~deluge-team/+archive
    Registered by Deluge on 2006-10-23
  • joined on 2008-12-26, with 0 karma
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  • This PPA can be added to your system manually by copying the lines below and adding them to your system's software sources.
  • Translation details. Launchpad currently recommends translating Deluge 2.0 series. To see all the translation files that are waiting to be imported, please look at Deluge import queue.
  • https://deluge-torrent.org. There are no branches related to Deluge in Launchpad today.
  • deluge (1.3.15-2) unstable; urgency=medium * Backport upstream patch fixing bug preventing the Preferences dialog from opening in some cases (Closes: #870247).
  • - Added a search entry in the Applications Menu. It allows to rapidly look for programs from their name or their description - Added support of logind in the Logout applet
  • Features: * Zenity for a GUI * Adds extra repositories: Ubuntu restricted, extras, Medibuntu, Getdeb, Dropbox (only if you select to install Dropbox) * Installs from repositories: The GIMP, Pidgin, WINE, Choose between the best 3 docks for Linux (Docky, Cairo Dock and Avant Window Navigator), Install Google Earth, Bisigi Themes, Community themes (and extra community themes), Chromium browser ...
  • When in qbittorrent, you can open multiple instances of the preferences screen. This can result in faults for your own settings. It is not needed to open multiple instances of the preferences screen and it is estetically more in tune with the nice interface qbittorrent has. It would be nice to have a button to create a .torrent file next to the open file button, so we don't have to go into the ...
  • There is nothing here to worry about. It appears you have a few bookmarks in your ~/.gtk-bookmarks file that are not valid paths, but the docky will just ignore those.
  • * Clock: If seconds are not shown, redrawn the applet each time at 00 second (before the timer wasn't started with a delay and the applet was redrawn between 00 and 60 seconds)
  • I enjoy getting involved in community led python development in my spare time. Almost all of which is currently centered around desktop tools like Conky and my own gtk-desktop-info solution. I much prefer this sort of development to that which I do at work (politics and .net) Can translate, with help from my wife, to Fijian (where it is actually possible)
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  • Administration. Translation files that are waiting to be imported are shown in the import queue. To see all the translation templates in 1.0, go to the full list of templates.
  • https://deluge-torrent.org. This team does not use Launchpad to host a mailing list.
  • Launchpad helps you build a community to translate your project into almost any language. Translators use this simple web interface to contribute translations in a wiki-style of collaboration.Read our guide
  • - Added a search entry in the Applications Menu. It allows to rapidly look for programs from their name or their description - Added support of logind in the Logout applet
  • Conflict adding file COPYING.GPL3. Moved existing file to COPYING.GPL3.moved. Conflict adding file DEV_extra_translations. Moved existing file to DEV_extra_translations.moved.
  • Hi, I have Ubuntu 10.10/Gnome 2.32.0/Docky 2.0.11 r1434 installed on an intel HD(i915) laptop. The initial installation of Docky on fresh installed Ubuntu 10.10 (from ...
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