From: John Mellor <John@Kungfu-tse.net> - 2004-06-21 21:14:40
I use the Icewm taskbar along the bottom of the screen and utilise it for
most menus, cpu display, online display, workspace controls etc and then
use Rox panels for specialised jobs when drag and drop is particularly
useful. For example, I leave the computer running all the time logged
permanently into Icewm, and the family members each have their own Rox
panel and pinboard called up by clicking their names in a Users menu on
the icewm taskbar, thus avoiding all the inconvenience of logging in and
out all the time and the bother of setting up a full desktop and
configurations for every user. Each person can then drop any program or
file they want on their own Rox panel [left side of screen] or pinboard
to give them a very personalised setup without infringing on anyone
else, while the basic programs like browser, editor etc are all set up
the same for everyone to use. I find this a very simple and convenient
arrangement and the combination of Rox and Icewm suit it ideally.
On 6/21/2004, "glenngreenfield@..."
>What's the preferred method for running Icewm & ROX together? I didn't see =
anything in the FAQ. TIA
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