Sunday, July 30, 2017

a tweak here, a tweak there

Another look at my Fluxbox setup in Debian Stretch, this time with a top panel -- "toolbar" in Fluxbox-speak -- set to 100% width, and a revised menu:

In the ~/.fluxbox/init file, I'm using the following line for the toolbar:    RootMenu, workspacename, prevworkspace, nextworkspace, iconbar, systemtray, clock

The "RootMenu" part puts a right-arrow button on the toolbar; clicking on that opens the Fluxbox menu (which can also, of course, be opened with a right-click on the empty desktop).

1 comment:

Ev said...

Hi, I'm actually not certain how I stumbled upon your blog, so I wish I could tell you how exactly I came to find this great Fluxbox setup you have!

Although I use Sabayon instead of Debian, do you think you could walk me through your steps to customize your Flux desktop?