[nSLUG] Frame buffer console(s) won't go away

Joel Maxuel j.maxuel at gmail.com
Sat Jun 7 21:31:02 ADT 2014

What's more, you can easily disable all panels (right-click on panel,
select Remove).  I've never tried this (on purpose) before, but I know it's
possible.  As a bare minimum setup, it's not even necessary because you can
access all apps by right click.

Although if you use system apps, you may want to have a part of a panel
snapped to the corner for a Notification Area if nothing else.

Joel Maxuel

"One should strive to achieve, not sit in bitter regret."
 - Ronan Harris / Mark Jackson

On Sat, Jun 7, 2014 at 12:22 PM, Jack Warkentin <jwark at bellaliant.net>

> Hi Mike
> I use xfce, and the taskbar does *not* clutter up the screen. There is a
> setting so that it disappears until I mouse down to the bottom of the
> screen, at which time it appears. Of course, I cannot be sure that a
> standalone taskbar would have that setting capability.
> Regards
> Jack
> Mike Spencer wrote:
>> So I don't really want a superfluous X object cluttering up my screen
>> but "never say never", eh?  For the moment, I'm going with wicd-curses.
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