It's possible everyone knows about this, but as it seems from the screenshots thread most tint2 users don't use it I thought it might be worth posting.
I like how the panel in fluxbox fills the taskbar with the full app, splits it in two for two apps, three for three, etc.
I think it's quite clever and ergonomic.
I dont see, when you have only one app open, why you should be restricted to clicking a portion of the taskbar to the left.
I think the first time I saw this was when I was trying out different shells in XP. Is it the bb4win/bbclean panel that does this too?
Anyway, to achieve this in tint2 all you have to do is set the maximum task size to equal or above the with of your taskbar. Simple as that
Then your tasks will take up the full bar, and split it evenly between tasks once more are launched.
Hope this helps at least someone
Last edited by briantm (2010-01-09 14:45:53)