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Conky Manager get new options & themes

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Conky Manager, a graphical font-end for managing Conky configuration files, has been updated to version 1.2 yesterday, getting 4 new Conky configurations / themes, as well as some new options.

Changes in Conky Manager 1.2:

* new option to change the time format (12hr/24hr);
* new option to change the network interface (WiFi/LAN);
* new application icon;

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