Clock and other items..
Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Sat Apr 30 21:25:57 CEST 2005
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Erik Harrison wrote:
> On 4/30/05, Amichai Teumim <amichai.teumim at gmail.com> wrote:
>>That sounds really cool, won't that eat up a lot of cpu though?
> Shouldn't. Might eat marginally more memory. But if we make D-BUS a
> requiremet for Xfce 4.4, then it would be trivial to make all "panels"
> run inside a single process. This may in fact yield a drop in the
> amount of RAM required, all else being equal
I'm not even sure this would require D-BUS support. I mean, do you
really need to create a new instance of the panel from the command line?
It seems to me like you could just right click on the panel to add
another panel. I dunno. Jasper's call ^_~
>>Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
> BlackFenix wrote:
>>How i can add a clock to a taskbar ?
>>I see this in a screenshot. I want to add other buttons like xfce
>>menu, it's possible ?
> The taskbar clock is a feature of the current SVN trunk, and isn't in
> any release. You can't put any other items in the taskbar. If Jasper's
> timetable goes as planned, 4.4 will eliminate the taskbar entirely, in
> favor of being able to put multiple panels on the screen, with arbitrary
> plugins in each.
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