tint2 Panel/Taskbar/Task Manager on Fedora 16/15 (Gnome 3) - Comment Page: 1

This is simple guide, howto install tint2 version 0.11 and tint2 and tintwizard on Fedora 16/15/14 using YUM. tint2 is very good option if you want add panel / task bar / task manager on Gnome 3.0 and Gnome 3.2 tint2 is a simple panel/taskbar and tint2 development follows freedesktop specifications. tint2 is unintrusive, light and very usefull panel/taskbar program. tint2 version 0.11 features panel with taskbar, systray, clock and battery status easy to customize : color/transparency on font, icon, border and background pager like capability : send task from one workspace to another, switch workspace multi-monitor capability : one panel per monitor, show task from current...

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    3. One thing you cannot do without: A Taskbar
      Install and run: “gnome-panel –replace”.
      This will give you a top and a bottom panel; the top one covered over by the default panel.
      Install and run: “dconf-editor”
      Edit: org -> gnome -> gnome-panel -> layout -> toplevels -> top-panel
      Set option to auto-hide the top panel, and that gets it out of the way at the top.
      Alt/right-click on the bottom panel and choose the Options;
      set Background to “Solid Color”; choose black (rgb:000); set Style to 60% transparant.
      Alt/right-click and choose ‘Add to panel’; search for ‘Main Menu’ and ‘Add’;
      Alt/right-clock on the new ‘Main Menu’ icon, and select ‘Move’, than drag the icon to the leftmost corner on the taskbar.
      Add other items as needed.
      To startup the newly configured taskbar upon login:
      run ‘gnome-session-properties’ and Add ‘gnome-panel –replace’

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