auto minimize panel?..:)
erichey2 at attbi.com
Sat Jun 29 17:33:23 CEST 2002
On Sat, 29 Jun 2002 11:15:58 -0400 (EDT) Chuck Mead
<csm at MoonGroup.com> wrote:
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> On Sat, 29 Jun 2002, Collins posted the following:
> C>On Sun, 23 Jun 2002 20:09:18 -0400 Chris Wilson
> C><xfce at rochester.rr.com> wrote:
> C>> Doh.. Almost forgot.. You'll have to use this to get rid of the
> C>Icon> displayed when the panel is minimized:
> C>> Style "XFce Main Panel" StartIconic, NoIcon
> C>> When I updated to the CVS version, to get the taskbar, I had to
> C>> Style "*" NoIcon
> C>> So that I wouldn't see any icons for minimized-apps on my
> C>desktop,> hence mine was already not showing an icon. :-)
> C>I can't seem to get any of this to work. I have the taskbar
> C>clipped off separate, and it comes up right where I placed it, but
> C>other stuff I put in ~/.xfce/xfwmrc seems to be ignored.
> C>For example, I have (in addition to the other defaults)
> C>Style "*" NoIcon
> C>Style "*" BorderWidth 5
> C>#Style "xfce" StayOnTop, AllowFreeMove
> C>Style "XFce Main Panel" StartIconic, NoIcon
> C>Style "xdaliclock" NoTitle, NoBorder
> C>The panel appears regardless, and when minimized an Icon appears.
> Try it this way:
> Style "xfce" StartIconic, NoIcon
> C>Also xdaliclock ignores its specifications (title and border are
> You will have to check and see what xdaliclock's process is called.
> The item name you put within quotes is actually what the system sees
> as the process name, or so I perceive it anyway.
It's one and the same:
ps ax | grep xdal
5045 vc/1 S 0:00 xdaliclock
17821 pts/0 S 0:00 grep xdal
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