Excuse me if I’m being blunt here, or insensitive, it’s not my intention.
Thing is, I’ve followed your previous post, regarding Installing Medit as well.
While I understand getting accustomed to, working with and enjoying certain pieces of software, it is a big mistake to be unwilling to change and more so IMHO when using a rolling release distribution like Arch Linux, and thus Manjaro.
Much like everything in life, software comes and goes. That’s not good or bad, it’s just the way things are. What is good or bad is our adaptability to things.
What I’ve seen from you in these two requests is a complete lack of willingness to change.
The original developer of Medit decided to, of was forced to stop maintaining and/or developing Medit, and it hasn’t been picked up by someone else. So that left you with a couple of options:
- Take up the baton, continue development and maintenance;
- change to something else; or
- modify existing things to work for you.
(There’re probably more, but that’s the few quick ones I could think of now.)
You chose number 3. Not only that you were either unwilling or unable to do it yourself.
The same with this, Their Birthday. It is not a very well-known app (at least, I couldn’t find it in the AUR or generally on the Interwebz.)
Considering that, the chances of it stopping working in the future is big. Almost guaranteed. So not changing, not adapting, and stagnating will only cause you problems and heartache in the future.
So I’d recommend you either move on and change, or you learn to do it yourself. And it isn’t an instantly acquired skill. You can do it for years and still learn something new.
That said, after some searching, I came across:
Which is in the AUR and can be installed using:
pamac build syrem
Point is, please, for your own as well as everybody else’s sake, learn to adapt.
And now, this is me, shutting my yap.