For a change a setup in FullHD again. The thinkpad in mobile mode, leaving the external monitor at home.
The panel on the right:
Seeing a voyager linux video I figured out that the panel shown there is nothing exciting but just a normal xfce panel. Thus I copied the idea and populated the panel with some shortcuts - mainly to see whether I ever would use them. So far the answer is that "no, I do not use them", but I give some more time to it. And some more thought. I switch virtual desktops using hotkeys and that is much faster than any mouse nonsense, but stuff like taking a screenshot may really be a viable usecase for a panel like that (launching a screenshot using rofi will not be slower, but it does not do any harm to have more than one option).
As a sidenote: the panel's intelligent hide is far from perfect.
Second sidenote: there probably is a way to reach this panel layout with some padding, somewhere deep inside a xfce configuration file... But I was too lazy to look up this way and just created some desktop files pointing to modified icons which bring with them their own padding.
Other than that I have added a stronger shadow to the windows. Maybe I have watched too much unixporn and too many i3-gaps screenshots there. Among those strong shadows are quite popular.
The system conkies are now published. As some of the symbols are taken from the excellent icon set nouveKDE by tsujan (link further below), you should consider to install also that.
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System: Manjaro Daniela 16.06.1
Mouse cursor (not captured by "import"): pLines - www.gnome-look.org/p/999910
wall: own photo
workspace indicator conky: themuspilli.deviantart.com/art…
left side system conky: themuspilli.deviantart.com/art…
clock in words: themuspilli.deviantart.com/art…
window decorations: themuspilli.deviantart.com/art…