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    Default LXPanel 0.7.0 Brings Many Changes

    Phoronix: LXPanel 0.7.0 Brings Many Changes

    While LXQt is making great progress, version 0.7 of the GTK-based LXPanel was released recently and it boasts a number of changes...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTc3Mjc

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    autohide when?
    basic functionality available in every panel since the 90s.

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    If/when LXQt gets official wayland support, I might replace XFCE on my laptop for it. XFCE has treated me well but I'm ready to move onto something new that will gain future development.

    I'm just surprised LXDE is still getting attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schmidtbag View Post
    If/when LXQt gets official wayland support, I might replace XFCE on my laptop for it. XFCE has treated me well but I'm ready to move onto something new that will gain future development.

    I'm just surprised LXDE is still getting attention.
    Well, the panel and stuff should work under Wayland, but there is no compositor. KWin-Wayland is the part we are waiting for. Weston would work too, but it needs CSDs :-/ and we need urgently one more thing: QtWayland packaged in the major distros.

    In the meantime I'm using LXQt on X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peppercats View Post
    autohide when?
    basic functionality available in every panel since the 90s.
    Err, lxpanel has had autohide since forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schmidtbag View Post
    If/when LXQt gets official wayland support, I might replace XFCE on my laptop for it. XFCE has treated me well but I'm ready to move onto something new that will gain future development.

    I'm just surprised LXDE is still getting attention.
    LXQt is still in pre-release stage. GTK-based LXDE is the LTS branch – so yes, some attention is there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peppercats View Post
    autohide when?
    basic functionality available in every panel since the 90s.
    From the changelog:
    Panel is allowed to hide completely (setting width when hidden to 0).

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    Segfault when I left-click on an empty area of the taskbar

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