Some people does not like configuring their applications by editing text files manually. Actually its not the quickest way to do it.
An application programmed in Python, Tint-Wizard is able to generate very detailed Tint 2 Configurations.
Tint Wizard will hardly miss any configuration. It is very easy to use, so I don't need to tell you any more. If your Tint2 configuration file is ~/.config/tint/tintrc and not ~/.config/tint2/tint2rc, You need to rename all the "tint2" & "tint2rc" terms to "tint" & "tintrc" ( You can simply use Gedit - Find and Replace to achieve this, CLI geeks can go for 'sed' )
Visibility Configuration Generator
( Credit for this scripts goes to dbboltan from Ubuntu Forums, Post )
blog comments powered by Disqus