Re: able to customize bottom panel?
- From: Dušan Maliarik <dusan maliarik gmail com>
- To: gnome-shell-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: able to customize bottom panel?
- Date: Fri, 10 Apr 2009 09:49:47 +0200
Desktop is managed by nautilus, an so is wallpaper. Multiple wallpaper for workspaces is ever poping request, but it looks like nobody from developers is interested (you know, obligate: code it yourself response)
Disappearance of bottom panel is one of the goals for gnome-shell.
It's abuse of scrollbar, whenever you want do something quickly (launch application, document,..), don't use scrollbar, it's usability killer!
On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 06:28, Dean Loros <autocrosser1 gmail com>
I have been running gnome-shell & have a couple of questions:
Where are the configs for the lower panel or is it hard-coded at present? I would like to run a lower panel similar to the one I am using in my current Gnome session or are there plans to extend to allow such things as Gnome-do, AWN or another panel type?
Second question: Are there plans to allow changing wallpaper, either by each desktop to further define each space or all change at a given time interval (such as Wallpaper-tray or similar)?
Lastly: I think I have the link to bug reporting, are reports encouraged or wanted at this time?
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