(Solved) - Iconized Bottom Panel(10 posts)
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Ya I tried looking for a similar setting and did not find it. I'll wait for a Linux user to pop by.
I installed Linux Mint on my laptop as the primary OS. I needed an OS that was a little less intensive that Windows 7 on my old laptop. It was heating it up enough that I was uncomfortable having it that high. I'm using it at school primarily so I don't always have my cooling pad.
I'm not overclocking it. I just had too many programs running on top of Windows running. The computer has always ran hot since I got it. I've taken it apart, cleaned out EVERYTHING, I think it just runs hot.
That could work. I will try it and see if it is what I want. Thanks!
I used it with Pinguy where it comes as default and I absolutely loved it. Conky was great as well...that's that graphic panel on the side in the image I posted that tells you what your system is doing. But for a crash which might be down to my dead battery and the primitive printer interface I'd be using Pinguy all the time. It is not light on system resources though. This is a full on all bells and whistles Linux OS.
I like Docky. My only question now it how do I get rid of the default panel? The one in the image I have in my first post. And how do I add applets to Docky and have current programs running in the background appear on Docky?
I like the way the default panel is setup, just not the way it makes icons. The way Docky has icons is EXACTLY how I want it!
The applet that shows which windows are open is called "Cinnamon Window List." If I can find another applet that is more customizable that would be great.
I tried this applet but it won't show up after I check the box in the applet selection window.
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