AntiRight Desktop Environment 3.6

AntiRight is a lightweight and scripted desktop environment that uses the Motif toolkit.
AntiRight Desktop Environment
  1 Screenshot
AntiRight Desktop Environment is a lightweight and scripted desktop environment that uses the Motif toolkit. Development is carried out with a minimalistic philosophy in mind.

The software consists of a text editor, a desktop panel, a sticky note utility, system management panels, a file manager, a calculator interface, a color/background selector, a command launcher, a simple help system, an email and Web browser launcher, a theme selector, a preferences utility, a series of system monitors including a graphical load meter, and a CD player.

The desktop panel consists of launcher icons, a launcher panel button, a screen lock button, a virtual desktop switcher, an alarm utility, a command launcher, a clock, a user counter, a load meter, and a mail checker.

Requirements:

AntiRight requires bash, motif (or lesstif), and awk. lynx and mutt are recommended. Please contribute any patches or instructions needed to get your architecture working so that support for it can be added to AntiRight.

What's New in This Release:

This release features undo capabilities for the text editor widget, the addition of improved icons for the ACE Deskbar, a file management panel that is more useful than the iconic file manager, code to verify the presence of new configuration keys introduced as ACE evolves, icon-only toolbars for gtkshell app-mode, a simple calculator (interface to bc), fixed text editor scrolling, an initial xshell-based panel, left alignment of menu labels, and icons for each Deskbar menu item.

last updated on:
November 24th, 2007, 17:12 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
www.nongnu.org
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Jeffrey Bedard
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ Window Managers
AntiRight Desktop Environment
Download Button

In a hurry? Add it to your Download Basket!

user rating 16

3.2/5
 

0/5

Rate it!

Add your review!

SUBMIT