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Old 05-25-2005, 02:18 PM   #1
Dark Carnival
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[KDE] A different panel for each desktop?

I'm getting used to having an OS that doesn't break down on me every two seconds and that honestly can handle many programs at a time. The problem with this is that My panel (menu)bar tends to get awefully cluttered as the desktop session progresses (no it's not a terminal, or screen would've helped )

So.. Is it possible to have a seperate menubar for each desktop ? For example, I go to desktop 2, I launch Gaim and X-chat along with a few terminals here, they pop up on the panel and I switch to Desktop 3 to start qt designer and a couple of editors along with more terminals and so on..

Is this at all possible ? I have to send my 19" screen in and so I'm stuck with a 17" with a resolution of 1024x768 so space is precious at the moment!

Old 05-25-2005, 02:23 PM   #2
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whoops I was a bit too quick to ask there..

In case someome searches on this (or wondered, like me ):
Right click just left of the panel with all your windows on. Choose to configure the panel and uncheck the top checkbox saying "Show windows from all desktops"

Text may vary slightly as I don't use KDE english.


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