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The goal of this project is to make ugly gajim look as close as possible to cute dino. I couldn't get in touch with gajim devs on how to make a plugin, so the most I can offer is my own modded files and some instructions on how to use them.
git clone https://notabug.org/yk/gajim-dino-mod.git && cd gajim-dino-mod/ git clone --branch gajim-1.2.2 https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim.git cp test/*.py gajim/gajim && pushd gajim ./launch.py
Go back to where you were:
Find where your gajim is installed: (run as root)
find / -name "gajim"
On Gentoo it'd be
/usr/lib/python3.7/site-packages/gajim, on OpenBSD it'd
/usr/local/lib/python3.7/site-packages/gajim, and for a flatpak install
it'd probably be in
Backup your modules first:
pushd /usr/lib/python3.7/site-packages/gajim && mkdir bkp cp *_textview.py bkp && popd
Finally, copy the new modules into your gajim install:
cp *.py /usr/lib/python3.7/site-packages/gajim/conversation_textview.py
You can now run gajim with the gajim-dino-mod.
In your gajim preferences (ctrl+p), go to window behavior -> single window for everything. In gajim plugins, get URL image preview. Try wroop icons and disable emojis, while having noto-emojis installed. This is how based people do it.
Now you have something that looks a bit more familiar and easier to read like dino. Nothing is thrown into a single line with a uselessly verbose timestamp, MUC bots have neater looking output, etc. Check it!
eh, it looks better in person trust me, it's just that I drew over everything that it looks like that. Stop kvetching and just use it stupid goy.
note to self:
avatar_position_in_roster = left
/print the encryption icon