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projects:panel-plugins:xfce4-windowck-plugin [2013/12/16 18:13]
cedric [Usage]
projects:panel-plugins:xfce4-windowck-plugin [2015/03/22 20:08] (current)
cedric [FAQ]
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 ===== Usage ===== ===== Usage =====
  
-Add the desired window headers plugins to the panel. You can specify the behaviour and appearance in the proprieties dialog (controlled windows, show/hide buttons, theme, title formatting options...).+Add the desired window headers plugins to the panel. 
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 +You can specify the behaviour and appearance in the proprieties dialog (controlled windows, show/hide buttons, theme, title formatting options...).
  
  
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 ==== For the 4.10 panel (and above) ==== ==== For the 4.10 panel (and above) ====
  
-[[https://​github.com/​cedl38/​xfce4-windowck-plugin/​archive/​v0.2.4.tar.gz]]+[[https://​github.com/​cedl38/​xfce4-windowck-plugin/​releases]]
  
 ===== Dependencies ===== ===== Dependencies =====
  
     * Xfce4-panel 4.10     * Xfce4-panel 4.10
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-Additionally to the 4.2 or 4.4 panel (and its headers if you want to build it on your own), you need libsensors3 (and its headers...) for up to version 0.10.0. Versions newer than that one will detect the available libraries at configure-time and compile only with those found on your system. 
  
 ===== Source code ===== ===== Source code =====
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 ===== Bug Reports ===== ===== Bug Reports =====
-Please file bug reports or feature requests to [[https://​github.com/​cedl38/​xfce4-windowck-plugin]].+Please file bug reports or feature requests to [[https://​github.com/​cedl38/​xfce4-windowck-plugin/​issues|github bug tracker]].
  
 ===== FAQ ===== ===== FAQ =====
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 How do I hide the window decorations on maximized windows on xfce ? How do I hide the window decorations on maximized windows on xfce ?
  
-You can use a patch for xfwm4 available here : [[https://​github.com/​cedl38/​xfwm4-titleless]]. Alternatively,​ you can try to use an external program like maximus (performance should be lower). +Xfce 4.12 now support Titileless feature!! Enable it in window manager tweaks ​-> accessibility. 
-There are also some xfwm4 [[http://​xfce-look.org/​content/​show.php?​content=139915|themes with very thin border]].+ 
 +Alternatively,​ you can try to use an external program like maximus (performance should be lower).