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#1 2012-02-11 14:52:38

desm0tes
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From: 127.0.0.1
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Razor-QT - cutting edge!

Since every little bizarreWM has it's own thread here, it's time for the
Officially inofficial Razor-QT on Archlinux User's Club!
You'll come for the artwork - but you'll stay for the free beer!

Post here for your artwork, your screenshots, or simply to tell the world that you're using Razor now. wink

So, here's my desktop:
bildschirmfoto4_5_by_desm0tes-d4pckdn.png
Using Compiz atm (thinking about using sth very lightweight again) and AWN.

Last edited by desm0tes (2012-02-14 13:48:07)

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#2 2012-02-11 17:01:05

mythus
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Re: Razor-QT - cutting edge!

Very nice. I've toyed with Razor and have it installed, but admittedly I haven't really gotten into it yet. I need to though *nods*.


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#3 2012-02-14 13:19:44

desm0tes
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Re: Razor-QT - cutting edge!

Razor-QT 0.4.1 has arrived!

Now features:
- New component: razor-policykit. A tool to integrate various policykit related tasks for razor session (run as different user etc.)
- new component: razor-power. A power management tool (end-user app).
- new component: razor-autosuspend. A tool to suspend/wake-up laptops on Lid events or power status events.

Razor-Panel has been improved, too:
- panel can be horizontal or vertical now
- panel width and height can be configured
- clock: simple calendar implemented
- Hello World plugin for panel for potential new developers

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#4 2012-02-14 13:36:03

ngoonee
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Re: Razor-QT - cutting edge!

Please remove the first line of your opening post, no need to denigrate other WMs.....


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