Re: Reducing wastage of screen real estate in gnome
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On 05/12/08 12:31, Kevin Monceaux wrote:
> On Mon, 12 May 2008, Raj Kiran Grandhi wrote:
>> Are there any other configuration parameters that can be tweaked in my
>> gtkrc (or elsewhere) to reduce/remove the extra space around the
>> toolbar icons and make better use of screen space?
> Hit <ctrl><alt><F1> :-)
> I do as much as I can via the text console. For graphical apps I
> personally use XFCE, with the XFCE panel disabled. When I first log in
> I just right click on the desktop, start an XFCE terminal session, then
> hit F11 to switch the terminal session to full screen mode, which fills
> the screen without window decorations. I have the terminal session
> background set to transparent, so I can see my wallpaper underneath.
> From the terminal session I can launch any programs I need via the
> command line. I run most programs maximized and can easily switch
> between them with <alt><tab>, or is that <meta><tab>.
Then why use XFCE?
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
We want... a Shrubbery!!
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