2 Bottom Panels 0.1

UUID: 2panelsBottom@dalcde
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An extension that allows 2 bottom panels. Still in development but usable. (Still have some problems)

 

==Installation==

Extract to .local/share/cinnamon/extensions

 

==Change Log==

(25-3-2012) 0.1 First Development version

About The Author

dalcde

Student in Hong Kong, passionate lover of linux (and computer in general).

My github page: http://github.com/dalcde

My contributions:

Themes:  White, Holo (Green)

Applets: Separator, Record Desktop, Caps/Num lock, Window list with preview, Touchpad Indicator, Classic Menu

 

Extensions: 2 Bottom Panels


15 Comments

  1. ToeBee says:

    1 year ago

    @johnbrandonlogan: dude... does it behave like gnome 2 used to with two window lists that only show the windows that are on the screen that the panel is on? If so, THIS NEEDS TO SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY! :) Seriously though. Dual monitor support is my single biggest problem with all the new desktop stuff going on in Ubuntu/Mint. You would think developers would pay more attention to this since they are more likely to have multiple monitors... I would suggest sending a pull request via github: https://github.com/dalcde/CinnamonExtensions

  2. abhithakur88 says:

    1 year ago

    Works only with a classic panel with autohide disabled. good job!

  3. johnbrandonlogan says:

    1 year ago

    @dalcde, I was able to modify your code to do a panel on the second monitor at the bottom. Being that I am modifying your code I would like to either get your permission to add this as a separate extension or merge them into one extension that can be customized. I like the latter idea as its always better to have it all in one. Let me know.

  4. JuliusP0pp says:

    1 year ago

    doesn't work with the autohide-option for me ... after restarting cinnamon, it only showed the (former upper) panel of the two, the one with the applications, and I couldn't acces the cinnamon settings with right clicking there (searched it with my browser then, had to start browser via terminal)

  5. cortexed says:

    1 year ago

    I LOVE this idea I used this all the time in the old gnome something that was seriously lacking for me. HOWEVER! It won't work for me for some reason. I extracted the the zip into my /home/usernam/.local/share/cinnoman/extensions then went into the cinnoman settings and the 2 panel applet is checked. I restart cinnoman and it is still not there. Any help/suggestions? I would very much appreciate any help with this! Thanks in advance!

  6. Ricky says:

    1 year ago

    Two bottom panels..for what???

  7. brinamuc says:

    2 years ago

    Fine! It works! TY!

  8. brianread says:

    2 years ago

    Doesn't seem to work here - Ubuntu 11.10. downloaded from the extensions ppa. Even better if it would do a second panel on my second screen!

  9. basarix says:

    2 years ago

    how exactly do you activate the 2nd panel bar?

  10. clem says:

    2 years ago

    Nice! Not for me, but this was requested (by Craig I think especially) so it's nice to see it here, congrats.

  11. dalcde says:

    2 years ago

    @billynick The wallpaper was from Mint 10. I copied it to 12. Not sure where you can get it on the web.

  12. bownz says:

    2 years ago

    Dalcde, sorry, just got excited :p I'm sorry :p

  13. billynick says:

    2 years ago

    hi, not really for me but i really wonder where i can get that blackish wallpaper :)

  14. dalcde says:

    2 years ago

    I'd like to, but I don't have a dual monitor setup, so I won't be able to do so.\ P.S. Please don't use CAPS.

  15. bownz says:

    2 years ago

    MAKE IT SO IT HAS DUAL MONITOR SUPPORT, ONE ON EACH SCREEN!!!