It certainly has been a busy week but nevertheless it is once again time to present another post. As I have used quite a lot Tint2 panel I regularly find my preferences for the panel’s outlook to change. Here is the very recent configuration I did.
Dreamlight Jwm configuration
It is time to relase the final part of Dreamlight series and without further ado here is Dreamlight Jwm along with some instructions.
Save the entries found inside of the pdf file as .jwmrc and the .jwmrc to your home directory. If you need help with modifying and customizing the .jwmrc file see the tutorial which I published earlier: Easy Jwm tutorial Continue reading
First off: welcome to the new home of techtimejourney! As I now begin to elaborate more with this blog what would be a better way to start than giving another example of the great posibilities of tint2 panel. This time I’m going to present a tint2 config which is good for those people who want to have their panel a bit more visible and readable (meaning bigger size). Always remember that you can by all means tweak and customize the values and experiment upon them to create your own tint2 config. So feel free to modify the values below as you please. Continue reading
So it is weekend again and it is time to enjoy yet another tint2 panel configuration. This time things are fully transparent. Note: The results should be like in the screenshot which was taken with Debian Wheezy a while back. As I am currently using Arch I however see some differences – like system tray missing. This is probably due to my very new system configuration which has some erros in it which I have not had time to fix yet.
# To use this as default tint2 config: save as $HOME/.config/tint2/tint2rc Continue reading