> for the sake of speed, I've decided to run the KDE-panel from inside the
> is that possible? what would be the most elegant way to do this? which
> KDE-packages would I have to install in order to do this?
> when maximizing a window, will the K-panel still be visible or will there
> be an overlap? I know that the overlap-problem exists when using
> windowmaker with the gnome panel.
Well, I wanted to do this as well, but it didn't work out for me. You can
just bring up the windowproperties for the panel in windowmaker and set
always on top and omnipresent on. This way it always keeps visible and it
won't be maximized over. However, as windowmaker is the windowmanager now,
I couldn't get it to dock for example the licq icon in the panel. Neither I
think it's possible to have the open windows listed in the panel (as
they're managed by windowmaker and represented by icons now). So,
bottomline : If someone knows how to use a different windowmanager with kde
(especially the panel) let us know ! :)