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    Re: Must have apps for fluxbox

    Quote Originally Posted by atomkarinca View Post
    Why hasn't anyone mentioned any panels? PyPanel, perlpanel, even LXPanel are nice panels. wbar is a cool dock and at last but not least with adesklets you can have lightweight desklets.
    What do you need panels for in Fluxbox? :O It has a pretty normal taskbar with a try and it has the slit.
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    Re: Must have apps for fluxbox

    My main setup consists of:

    Firefox
    Conky
    Thunar
    Pidgin

    I use thunar for file management because it's lighter than Nautilus, and better than Rox. It also manages mounted disk drives very easily, something rox fails to do.

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    Re: Must have apps for fluxbox

    If you need icons, use iDesk.
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    Re: Must have apps for fluxbox

    Quote Originally Posted by Nythain View Post
    and im currently considering switching from mpd/ncmpc to moc... it seems very nifty
    My current favourite is cplay.

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    Re: Must have apps for fluxbox

    Quote Originally Posted by InTheFlatField View Post
    Graveman does audio CDs, data CDs/DVDs, and burns ISO images to discs.

    It does not do video, so if that's important to you go with something else.

    Otherwise it's awesome.
    I checked out the website as well. but the last update on that website was made somewhere in 2006. Have they not updated the software since to include DVD videos and such.

    Actually, I do not normally burn videos or discs for that matter. The only CD burning that I do is iso images for all the different Linux distributions that I keep trying out.

    So I guess it should work for me, but I would still like to have the DVD burning facility - just in case I need it

    Lets see what other lightweight cd/dvd burners we have out there.
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    Re: Must have apps for fluxbox

    Quote Originally Posted by urukrama View Post
    My current favourite is cplay.
    + 1 for cplay
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