May 2018

LXQT’s default panel does not contain a ram monitor and besides, I don’t like its CPU monitor. So I installed Multiload-ng. This widget has fancy colors, and some problem happened to it. LXQT’s World clock which is located behind Multiload-ng changes its width frequently according to the numbers. This causes instability to Multiload-ng’s color, some […]

The previous article (lubuntu’s panel keeps in top of all windows) explains how to restrain LXDE’s panel in the bottom layer by editing lxde-rc.xml. A similar method is available in LXQT. The only difference is the ‘name’ property of the ‘application’ tag. Comment information at the start of application part explained how to find applications’ […]