Re: able to customize bottom panel?

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. 

I would rather focus on basic concept, which is ill IMHO. That mockups are too messy, just look at this"">

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> wrote:

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?

Thank You

Dean Loros
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