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Hello everyone, On one computer I using Gnome, and on the other XFCE (both are Fedora Core 6). I have been looking around at customizing the desktops, and one feature ...
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    Linux Newbie tvilkov's Avatar
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    Gnome/XFCE panel question


    Hello everyone,
    On one computer I using Gnome, and on the other XFCE (both are Fedora Core 6). I have been looking around at customizing the desktops, and one feature I would love to have is the semi-transparent panel at the bottom of the screen with application icons on it (a bit like on a Mac). I can enable Beryl on PC with XFCE, but not on the gnome one. Is there a way I can do it preferably without Beryl (or with it)? Thank you.

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    There is a gdesklet that does that. I don't recall the name, but it looks like
    http://antares.escomposlinux.org/ima.../Captura14.jpg
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    There is a desklet, but I found this interesting:

    http://code.google.com/p/avant-window-navigator/
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    Linux Newbie tvilkov's Avatar
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    Thanks a lot! I will try the gdesklets (I didn't know about them!), and the avant manager! Thank you.

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