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PerlPanel is an attempt to build a useable, lean panel program (like the Gnome Panel or the KDE Kicker) in Perl, using the Gtk2-Perl
PerlPanel is an attempt to build a useable, lean panel program (like the Gnome Panel or the KDE Kicker) in Perl, using the Gtk2-Perl libraries.
PerlPanel is the ideal accompaniment to a light-weight Window Manager such as OpenBox, or a desktop-drawing program like iDesk. Click here to see all three working together.
Most of PerlPanel's features are provided by applets - simple widgets that each do a different job. PerlPanel currently ships with 36 different applets.
Glib, Gtk2, Gnome2::VFS and Gnome2::Wnck
What's New in This Release:
This release properly fixes the panel border by using low-level drawing functions. New applets include: Timer, Trash, Volume. A number of other applets have been given a spring clean. You can drag launchers from the GNOME Menu (although not yet onto the
panel). The .desktop file library has been split into a separate package called X11::FreeDesktop::DesktopEntry, which is available from CPAN, and the .desktop editor program has been overhauled to use it. The BatteryMonitor applet does ACP/APM detection. You can now upload your SSH key to remote hosts with the ShellManager
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