dura wrote:Some conky edits (namely borrowing a .conkyrc from somewhere) can occasionally stop tint2 running I've found. Just stick tint2 & at the bottom of your autostart.sh and see if that makes a difference.The question is, how is conky setup related to tint2. What does it changes, that is essential for tint2 startup?
I do not like breaking things, but there is going to be a problem for existing Statler tint2 users when the latest tint2 package is included in the Statler repository. I am writing this as a kind of preemptive warning, so hopefully people will be aware of the issue.Basically, the tint2 config file which shipped with the alpha releases does not contain a `panel_items` variable.
I liked the Arch Bang tint2 panel and tried to duplicate it on Arch. It is a lot of trial and error with the various configuration tools. I gave up and found the config file and did a cut and paste. Unlike Conky I think you need to restart tint2 to see the effects.
I'm installing Arch with OpenBox and tint2, but I have a problem to show tint2 with my non root user, instead tint2 is shown on root account. I followed this wiki: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Tint2
Than from OpenBox, that don't show tint2, I start xterm and there I type
Por lo que he podido ver kde4 no tiene la opción de poner un solo panel transparente, por eso e pensado en instalar tint2 y usarlo como panel. El problema es que tint2 hace uso de gtk, y he aqui mi pregunta ¿hay algun panel ligero del estilo tint2 para qt?. Que opciones tengo?