[LAD] [LAA] [ann] gjacktransport 0.4.0

Robin Gareus robin at gareus.org
Fri Oct 29 18:39:45 UTC 2010

On 10/29/10 20:25, alex stone wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 10:22 PM, Niels Mayer <nielsmayer at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 10:05 AM, Robin Gareus <robin at gareus.org> wrote:
>>> http://gjacktransport.sourceforge.net/ is a tool that provides graphical
>> Thanks!! Works great and provides functionality I was looking for just recently.
>> One small nitpick is that when the transport is rolling, the area
>> displaying the rolling  HH:MM:SS.mmm timecode jiggles around since the
>> font is proportionally spaced. (at least w/ my display and fonts and
>> setup). Monospaced fonts for such rolling values can prevent this
>> minor visual distraction.
>> -- Niels
>> http://nielsmayer.com
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> gjackclock -C black -c yellow -S Sans
> Smooth as silk.......
> Alex.

I think Nils is refering to gjacktransport not gjackclock.

The former is using the gtk-theme-fonts and there's no dedicated
config-option for gjacktransport's SMPTE font, yet.

You should be able to override it with some fancy GTK-config or by
changing the desktop-theme until I get around to fix it.
Thanks for the report. I did not notice it because it's not an issue
with the gtk-theme here.

I do have a few more updates in the queue: both apps still need a man
page, the website is out-of-date and Paul Davis suggested to make
gjackclock's font scale with window-size...

stay tuned,

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