DockBarX 0.40 has been released last night, bringing the following changes:
-The default theme has changed. The new default theme DBX is made by BigRZA. It's made to look good with Radiance and Ambiance. (The old default theme is still included under the name Old.)
-Another theme by BigRZA, Sunny Colors is also included by default
Your favourite music player is not supported by the new Ubuntu 10.10 sound menu or not using Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat yet?
For all those who had problems compiling the Sezen Applet from source, we have set up the package in a PPA which will from now on hold git / non-released packages for different applications (for now it just holds the Sezen Applet and the required dependencies).
Window Applets (which we've covered before) are 2 separate applets f
Talika is a Gnome Panel applet which displays only opened windows icons, instead of the usual icon + window name way of displaying opened windows
I used some Compiz settings and Namebar to hide the Windows titlebars and display the window title and buttons on the Gnome panel.
Caffeine is a Gnome applet which basically prevents your computer's screensaver and power saving to activate. The applet works simple but effective: a coffee-cup will be displayed and when you click it, the coffee-cup fills up and keeps your computer from going to sleep.
If you set your language to English (US), Gnome Calendar applet starts the week with Sunday, which is ok for USA but not for the rest of us and unfortunately there is no option in the applet to change this.
I like to keep on top of my machines health. I like to do this without programs getting in my way, or dedicating desktop space to monitoring applications. The way I’ve found to do this simply and effectively is with the System Monitor panel Applet.