What's the panel in this screenshot? I really like the separated sections for each desktop.
I asked on LinuxQuestions and Twitter, and tint2 was suggested, as the likely answer for screenshot 1, but I don't know how to make tint2 look like that. (Corenominal's tint2 setup has the separated desktop sections, but I haven't figured out where that's set - I tried "panel_padding 7 0" but doesn't seem to work.)
Also found this one - interesting also, but I like the first one best.
Someone shared the links them on IRC, and I didn't learn the source. It's Arch, from the logo, but that's all I know. Don't know what WM or DE they're using, either.
Last edited by Chriswaterguy (2011-11-10 17:14:55)
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I believe it's Bmpanel2. That guy is active on both Deviantart and the Arch boards, you could try search him and ask him himself for details
Oh and I believe the WM is Openbox.
EDIT: There, found him for you: http://nale12.deviantart.com/
This is one that comes very close, and there's a link for the theme in the comments:
http://nale12.deviantart.com/art/Lights … 4997&qo=11
Last edited by Unia (2011-11-10 17:43:33)
I second the suggestions. Tint2 can look like that, just have a look at the official guide for configuring it: http://code.google.com/p/tint2/wiki/Configure It's explained really well.
Edit: Ok seems like I was wrong
Last edited by Doomicide (2011-11-10 17:43:17)
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Look at the code. Look at the silly code!
that looks more like BMpanel2 to me.
it's pretty nice to use, just have to compile it.
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Last edited by finwin (2011-11-16 14:35:21)