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What WMs or DEs & what panels are in this screenshot, and this one? I like the look of them. (For function and looks I like tint2 panel, which I'm using in CrunchBang, but these ones are even cooler looking.)
Someone shared the links them on IRC, and I didn't learn the source. It's Arch, from the logo, but that's all I know.
I don't know, but they do look awesome. I'll replace my gnome2 panel in a snap for those. What I see is it's using nautilus elementary, and one of the icon themes I've used some time, but forgot the name. Sorry I could not help more, I'll stay subscribed cause those themes kick ass. Where did you found them?
The panel on the bottom of the first screenshot is tint2, I think conky is displaying the system stats. On the second screenshot there is conky on the top for stats/weather, the bar on the bottom I can only guess to be lxpanel or xfce4-panel. But i don't know for sure.