JWM is just that little bit snappier than Openbox and Fbpanel, so I am reverting. The next release of Quirky will have JWM.
I have also thrown in SGTT, a very basic time-tracker application:
Jemimah found SGTT and also some other little time utilities:
...I have only checked out SGTT so far.
Comments:Posted on 9 May 2010, 11:43 by tom4jean
To me JWM is "Classic Puppy" and I have always prefered it. Will be very glad to have it back in Quirky.
Posted on 9 May 2010, 14:47 by Terryphi
I'm glad to hear JWM is coming back. Slightly off topic: will there be an updated Wary or was it a one-off experiment?
Posted on 9 May 2010, 23:43 by Raffy
JWM has always delivered speed since I've used your distro.
It might be good to include a Win-explorer-like file manager like Thunar, very useful to frayed nerves of Win refugees.
Posted on 10 May 2010, 24:00 by TazOC
Yes, Raffy, with Lighthouse Pup I've had some requests for other file managers including Thunar so I've begun using a defaultfilemanager in /usr/local/bin and referencing that instead of rox in scripts. ROX-Filer is still the default and my preference, however the idea is to give anyone a quick way to switch over to their preferred file manager.
Posted on 12 May 2010, 14:19 by Terryphi
JWM loses network and free space icons
I have tried the JWM pet but using JWM I have no icons for free space or network connection at the bottom right.