xfce-panel, autostart.sh, anything?
So, earlier today I replied to a thread I started a couple days ago about AWN... and since I've been told it's dead and such - switched to Cairo like a boss which works about a thousand times better anyway and fixed three specific annoyances I had to manually fix with AWN at every restart anyway. Plus, it's more customizable and looks good. Reason number one though - the woman half of the house likes it and approves of the setup I gave her.
Except for one thing - the top panel.
I do not need it, everything is in Cairo and it autostarts and works excellent exactly like I needed it to. I thought as well that I knew how to remove the top panel. Turns out, not so much anymore. The old ways are not working. It's been a while for xubuntu, granted, but I'm on 12.04 and I haven't tried it since Lucid. I can disable it every time I boot up - but I cannot find an autostart.sh or any reference to xfce-panel in a script I can just comment out.
The system doesn't need it, nothing uses it and I have everything removed from it anyway and it just autohides all empty and lonely - it wants to die as it is. It's all a minor issue, but very annoying that I just can't find this thing anywhere.
Do I have to modify a script to kill it at every restart of xfce or can I comment it out of anything so it's gone forever?
When your entire life is measured in one moment, you change the concept of time.