Apr 18, 2019 · Added per-panel icon size preferences; Numerous improvements to plugin display and sizing issues; Added support for alternative menu editors, with MenuLibre as default (Xfce #11684) Fixed issues with clicking panel items at the top or left of the screen (LP #1795135) Fixed space reservation on the bottom and right of the screen (Xfce #14886)

This article applies to: Platform(s): Oracle Enterprise Linux, Oracle Linux, Red Hat Linux, SUSE Linux, Solaris SPARC, Solaris x86, Ubuntu Linux Java version(s): 8.0 Install Xfce on Ubuntu and Turn it Into Xubuntu May 25, 2019 Chapter 2. Migrating and Upgrading - Xubuntu

Apr 13, 2015

I am using Xubuntu 12.10 and would like to change the panel which is currently on the bootm to the top. This is the opposite of what most people using Unity want to do. I have done this in the past but have forgotten how and could not find the info easily this time. Cheers, In my case I didn't want to switch the entire panel to the default, I just wanted to switch to the default layout because I recently upgraded from Xubuntu 16.04 to 18.04 and there were some changes to the panel plugins. Here's what I did: Right-click anywhere on the panel (except for one of the open window buttons) > Panel > Panel Preferences

The last step will be to create a link to the i3 configuration file on you XFCE panel - to provide a visual reminder that it is central to your user experience, and conveniently available to open and edit. The i3 site provides the best source about editing the configuration file. I. Install Xubuntu on your system

The next xubuntu LTS iirc will have the option to change that, and maybe the 14.04 xubuntu also does and I missed it somehow Both Lite and Xubuntu use the XFCE desktop. To move the panel from top to bottom or to the side (as I have for one of them) or even to add another panel