Im running a fresh install of linux mint 12 ,64bit with gnome 3.2.1
The first question
is, how can I edit the toolbars on the top and bottom of the screen ? In gnome 2 (I think), all that was needed, was for the user to right click onto the toolbar, and you could add a widget, or a shortcut, or a button, or a menu ... whatever. That option seems to be missing from gnome 3.2.1. Maybe I cant find it ?
The second question
refers to me trying my hand at conky. My laptop has a screen resolution of 1280x800.
What I understand, is with conky, you can theme it, by scripting it ? In any case, im trying to use this theme :
which should look like this :
(after installing conky with the software center) Im told to open the theme folder, and run install.sh, which seems to proceed sucessfully. However, when going to terminal, and running conky, all I get is :
Conky: desktop window (1000023) is subwindow of root window (ad)
Conky: window type - normal
Conky: drawing to created window (0x2e00001)
Conky: drawing to double buffer
and nothing appears on the screen.
Is there anything simmilar I can use ? Transmission isnt important to me, I just want the side panel looking thing.
, this is a long shot, but does anybody know how to change the location bar in nautilus 3.2.1 from buttons to text ?