Window Maker in harmony with GNOME
This is my current Ubuntu 7.04 desktop, attempting to run Window Maker smoothly with the standard Ubuntu-packaged GNOME (including the desktop icons). I used gnome-color-chooser to change the color of the panels to better match the Window Maker icon tiles, and then positioned the top GNOME panel appropriately to fit with the Window Maker docks. Also, I deleted the "window list" panel that's normally at the bottom of the screen. With the Window Maker dock, you can click the application icons to raise or iconify their windows.
Window decorations: Standard Window Maker gradient theme, with customized colors
GTK2: Murrina Simpleblue theme (from gnome-look.org),
Wallpaper: "Opera in space" from the unofficial Opera wallpaper forum: http://my.opera.com/community/forums...#comment730393
Window manager: Window Maker 0.92
Panels: GNOME (gnome-panel), XFCE 4.4.0 (xfce4-panel)
Desktop: GNOME (nautilus), adesklets ("Weatherforecast.py"), gdesklets ("Disk space monitor"), and gdeskcal.
Dockapps: wmmemfree (1st and 2nd screens, right middle), wmfire (2nd screen, top right)
Desktop with some open windows
Minimal Mode (panels and desktop icons hidden in the dock)