fourdan at xfce.org
Sat Jun 8 23:09:18 CEST 2002
Well, There is not much of Xfce4 to show yet. But xfwm4 is in pretty
good shape, the window manager used here is xfwm4 with some GNOME2 apps.
On Sat, 2002-06-08 at 22:54, Net Llama! wrote:
> Anywhere that i can view XFCE4 screenshots?
> Olivier Fourdan wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Oh, well, it's a theme engine for GTK+-2.0, which means that you must
> > use apps that are designed for GTK+-2.0 to take advantage of this
> > engine.
> > Xfce 3 is designed for GTK+-1.2, so this engine is not for Xfce 3. You
> > can use it with the GNOME2 previews. If you use GNOME2, in the GNOME
> > menu, select "desktop preferences" and "Theme". Then click on the theme
> > "Xfce" in the list.
> > The window border are from xfwm4, which comes with 19 themes (as today).
> > If you're looking for xfwm4 preview snapshots, you can grab'em from
> > http://xfce.sf.net or from http://www.xfce.org/archive/xfce4-snapshots/
> > Cheers,
> > Olivier.
> > On Fri, 2002-06-07 at 21:35, Horn Gabor wrote:
> >>I found a 'XFCE engine for GTK 2.0.' on freashmeat net at:
> >>I've dwnloaded it, compiled&installed it but not sure how i can get it
> >>work or what exactly it is? On the screenshot on freshmeat i can see
> >>widgets i cannot use on my box (window border buttons, ruler, etc). I
> >>haven't found info on the url mention there. Can somebody tell me what
> >>is this exactly and how can i use it with xfce cvs snapshot?..:)
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