Hello!I'm trying to change the appearance for the latest xfce4-power-manager (v1.4.1-2). I use elementary Xfce icons. The former xfce4-power-manager was using the correct (simple black & white) elementary icon in the notification area in the Xfce4 panel.
Im running #!Statler XFCE, was trying out different window-manager-styles (ie, xfce4-settings-manager -> window-decorations (mine is in swedish tho so I might not have gotten the eng name right, just guessing)), and when i picked one of them X crashed and threw me to gdm login. When I try to login as usual (Xsession), I get instantly kicked out again.
I'm not sure if it matters, but just for completion/correctness: your desktop environment is xfce. The window manager (program responsible for positioning windows on screen, decorating them, actions related to windows) is xfwm.
Hey all,Recently I've had this little launcher-like icon beside my power manager icon in xfce4. I can't seem to get rid of it...and when you right-click on it, it's the exact same thing as the xfce4-power-manager icon. If I try to click the "quit" option, it closes itself and the xfce4-power-manager. It's like a double-icon for xfce4-power-manager th
Windows are homing to the upper left corner of the screen and, for the most part, are immovable. Window commands in the task bar work however. This is occurring in both XFCE and GNOME. XFCE's 'Window Manager' and 'Window Manager Tweaks" commands in the Settings menu don't do anything, neither does attempting to make changes to the borders in XFCE's Theme Manager. Any thoughts on this one?
mcmillhj wrote:Neburksi wrote:mcmillhj wrote:Can I have both a window manager and a desktop environment?Yes you can. IMO no DE has a decent method of handling windows. By using a WM together with a DE you can for instance prevent windows to overlap each other so everything stay's visible (e.g.