iDesk gives users of minimal wm's (icewm, openbox, fluxbox, etc..) icons on their desktop. The icon graphics are either from a svg or png (vector) file and support some eyecandy effects like transparency. Each icon can be confgured to run one or more shell commands and the actions which run those commands are completely configurable.In a nutshell if you want icons on your desktop and you don't have or don't want gnome or KDE doing it, you can use idesk.
Installation on Archlinux:
$sudo pacman -S idesk$mkdir ~/.idesktop$cp /usr/share/idesk/dot.ideskrc ~/.ideskrc
Then make this app autostart on WM to run it.
Background File & Background Source :
Create Icons on desktop:
A simple and easy way.
and add text like this: (capital letter sensitive)
table Icon Caption: App Title ToolTip.Caption: Teel about your apps Icon: /usr/share/icons/hicolor/32x32/apps/yourapps.png Width: 32 Height: 32 X: 977 Y: 369 Command: appcommand end
table Icon Caption: Chromium ToolTip.Caption: Google's OSS Web Browser Icon: /usr/share/icons/hicolor/32x32/apps/chromium.png Width: 32 Height: 32 X: 977 Y: 369 Command: chromium end
And here's the result:
And how about X & Y, leave it same as above, you can move it by using your mouse... ^_^.
That's it about idesk