On Wed, Feb 22, 2006 at 03:42:38PM +0100, Hemmann, Volker Armin wrote
> and what is about kicker?
> it can autohide - and if you have koffice installed, you should have covered
> most of its dependencies.
I don't have KOffice on this machine; I was using KOffice as an
example of a useful application, as opposed to a fancy desktop.
kicker seems to have problems on my system, to say the least. I don't
have the full KDE install, and this is causing problems, even if it
doesn't specifically list the full KDE as a dependency. When I
right-click on the panel, and select "Configure Panel", it's empty.
It doesn't autohide. I can use the arrow to manually hide/unhide.
However, after the 2nd or 3rd time, it crashes X, bringing me back to
the text console. I've unmerged it, and the packages it pulled in.
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