iann wrote:Edit Openbox autostart to start anything you want at login.Icedove isn't really designed to sit invisibly in the tray, but there are addons that you can use to make it do that. Is Firetray still available?Easier to just add it as a launcher in tint2. Then you start it whenever you want with the button. Nothing to install.
What autostart script? I also have a dual screen setup but never used any autostart script, and it's working just fine. It's easier for others to help you if you give them as much info as possible. Maybe theres a mistake in your tint2rc for instance.
I think the "wm_menu=1" option is the default on the waldorf tint2 panel -- it allows you to bring up the openbox main menu when the tint2 panel is right-clicked (for example, when there is no free space on the desktop).When you say "context menu" what do you mean exactly?
I used tintwizard.py to try and customize tint2 and something went wrong. Whenever I apply the changes I get this(process:3203): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_hash_table_foreach: assertion `version == hash_table->version' failed
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Thanks for the welcome and the help, Head on a stick!Head_on_a_Stick wrote:Or GUI Menu Editor > Desktops > Desktop names I had a sinking feeling I should know the answer but that the knowledge had left me.
(I'm putting this in the WM/DE area because it may be specific to how Openbox handles its dock.)I've found a few WM docklets that I really like, and I thought it might be cool to have tint2 within the dock, as I saw that was an option in tint2rc. However, I'm finding that I have to manually rescale tint2 based on how many docklets I have running. (e.g.
The thing is, openbox is a window manager, not a desktop environment. It is pretty much meant to NOT have desktop icons and unnecessary stuff like that. You can have quicklaunch icons in your tint2 bar. (see your tint2rc) Or you can, if you insist on having desktop icons, follow the steps suggested in the page you linked.