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Conky 1.10 configuration file use a new syntax ! Usually, it can convert old file "on the fly" but it seems that the version of 16.04 have some issue. I had the same problem as you since I updated my machine. After a lot research, it seems that you must convert your configuration file to the new format. To help you, there is a script located in : /usr/...
Instead of Ubuntu:size=8,weight:normal try font = 'Ubuntu:normal:size=8' This assumes you are using Conky version 1.10.
ok I did it by editing the conky file and changing the font format.
just use tilda terminal emulator set it to be transparent, position and size. You'll have terminal just like conky.
Conky changed the conkyrc format to lua in the recent versions, the original seamod (and 99% of all other conkys out there) still have the old format. Thankfully, user maxiwell on Github has already converted the popular seamod theme for Ubuntu 16.04. Since askubuntu/Stackoverflow prefers source instead of links, here the conkyrc.lua: ----------------------...
I was having this same issue for years, even adding the window rules in CCSM didn't work. It turns out I was missing own_window_class Conky in the conky configuration. This worked for me Install CompizConfig Settings Manager (CCSM) if missing, sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager. Then CCSM > Window Management > Window Rules (check to enable)...
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