Simpleton is a GTK theme designed to be used with a transparent panel.
- Right-click on your panel, select Properties.
- Set the height to 32px and the position to bottom. Click the Background tab and select a custom image. In this case it is the included panelbg-normal.png file you need.
You can then right-click on your panel to add and remove applets. For exmaple: I am using a single menu button, window list, indicator applet and a clock.
Note that moving around the applets on your panel can be hard as I've removed the graphics for a cleaner look. It may require a couple of right-clicks before you hit the invisible applet handler.
How to install?
· Read the included INSTALL file for installation instructions.
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